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Our research indicates that this 240GB Crucial BX500 2.5" SATA III 3D NAND Internal Solid State Drive is $7.80 lower (22% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting at $34.79 at the time of this posting. -oceanlake

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Crucial BX500 240GB 3D NAND SATA 2.5-Inch Internal SSD, up to 540 MB/s - CT240BX500SSD1 - $26.99

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Check newmaxxs list, he's got an excel sheet with SSD drives and recommended usages.

http://ssd.borecraft.com/
Pretty much any SSD kills a HD. Still remember switching to a Kingston 64gb years ago and it was a blazing change even being a slow SSD.

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This or the PNY CS900 240GB for $29.99?
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This or the PNY CS900 240GB for $29.99?
Check newmaxxs list, he's got an excel sheet with SSD drives and recommended usages.

http://ssd.borecraft.com/
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This or the PNY CS900 240GB for $29.99?
Here's your answer:
https://ssdcomparison.com/pny-cs900-vs-crucial-bx500/#:~:text=While%20PNY%20CS900%20can%20reach,stil... [ssdcomparison.com]
(a $3 price difference - I'm not sure if either is more visible - cost vs performance).​
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Any recommendations on converting this to an external hard drive with an adaptor?
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Was looking for a cheapie for an old laptop I had. Perfect!
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got it. thanks.
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dram less. I hates no dram cache drive. Why windows does not manage a cache for a drive. It feel significant slower without dram.
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Check out crucial storage executive if you use windows - it uses system RAM to replace the lack of DRAM, I have one of these in my moms PC and it's been great with storage executive, I wish every SSD had a similar cache driver
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Pretty much any SSD kills a HD. Still remember switching to a Kingston 64gb years ago and it was a blazing change even being a slow SSD.
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doesnt matter as much for SSD vs HD but Newegg used to ship drives w no bubble wrap in box - anyone know if they have changed?
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doesnt matter as much for SSD vs HD but Newegg used to ship drives w no bubble wrap in box - anyone know if they have changed?
New egg was sold to a Chinese company a while back.
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