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This WD Black PCIe SSD offers up to 3430 MBps (Max Sequential Read Speeds) & up to 2600 MBps (Max Sequential Write Speeds). Offer valid through July 31, 2020 or while supplies last - Discombobulated

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5 years ago... Check that your motherboard supports nvme. The first m.2 drives were sata only. M.2 is simply the physical connector; sata and nvme are incompatible electrical/data standards, though some motherboards have m.2 ports wired for both.

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I ordered this on Amazon a few days ago for $69.99. Still waiting for it to arrive. $5 off seems like an even better deal.

I'll be using this as my main boot drive on my new computer built.
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Got it for $59 from B&H a month ago
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How would you go about doing a hard drive clone if you only have 1 m2 slot and would be replacing a smaller drive with this one?

Paid $280 for a M.2 280gb Samsung 5 years ago... tired of only being able to have 2 games installed lol.
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How would you go about doing a hard drive clone if you only have 1 m2 slot and would be replacing a smaller drive with this one?

Paid $280 for a M.2 280gb Samsung 5 years ago... tired of only being able to have 2 games installed lol.
Macrium Reflect usually works for me.
Oh, you need an M.2 to USB adapter too.
https://smile.amazon.com/Adapter-...B07VVNGYFV
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How would you go about doing a hard drive clone if you only have 1 m2 slot and would be replacing a smaller drive with this one?

Paid $280 for a M.2 280gb Samsung 5 years ago... tired of only being able to have 2 games installed lol.
You can get usb m.2 enclosures that'll enable you to clone.
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How would you go about doing a hard drive clone if you only have 1 m2 slot and would be replacing a smaller drive with this one?

Paid $280 for a M.2 280gb Samsung 5 years ago... tired of only being able to have 2 games installed lol.
use an external enclosure to transfer the data to your new NVME

https://slickdeals.net/f/14192102-sabrent-usb-3-1-3-2-enclosures-for-m-2-nvme-ssd-s-tool-free-29-70-original-29-50-more-free-s-h?src=frontpage
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I dont rant need this much space. What is the next smaller size they don't seem to come up often
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I bought this from Newegg a few days ago for $5 more. Think they'll adjust?
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You can get usb m.2 enclosures that'll enable you to clone.
Or you can create an image backup to an external drive, then swap M.2 drives and use the backup to rewrite the image to the new drive.
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How's the performance of this drive?

I have a 256 GB SK Hynix NVMe SSD in my Lenovo - would like something a little bigger but more importantly, faster.
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I bought this from Newegg a few days ago for $5 more. Think they'll adjust?
Yes, contact their customer service.
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The 1TB is $140. Seems like a decent price?
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Good deal but not slick. These have been going for $70 for a little bit now, down from 75-80 about 4 months ago.
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