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In my experience they will make you return and rebuy.
Read: 3200
Write: 2000
TBW: 260
no heatsink
I have owned both this and a WD SN750. FWIW, the Sabrent had 20GB more.. 955GB vs 935GB.

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Read: 3200
Write: 2000
TBW: 260
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This is starting to get in the price range budget drives should be in. Maybe the memory market will get back to lower historical prices.
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I have owned both this and a WD SN750. FWIW, the Sabrent had 20GB more.. 955GB vs 935GB.
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Just bought this for $10 more last week. Wonder if Amazon would credit me the difference given that's it's in a coupon code? I could just return it and order again, but I don't want the hassle.
In my experience they will make you return and rebuy.
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In my experience they will make you return and rebuy.
This is a correct statement
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Just bought this for $10 more last week. Wonder if Amazon would credit me the difference given that's it's in a coupon code? I could just return it and order again, but I don't want the hassle.
FWIW a few weeks ago, I bought something from Amazon only to see the price drop $10 less than a week later. I got on the customer support chat and explained the situation, and the person credited the difference to my account.
Not sure how typical that is, but may be worth a try
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FWIW a few weeks ago, I bought something from Amazon only to see the price drop $10 less than a week later. I got on the customer support chat and explained the situation, and the person credited the difference to my account.
Not sure how typical that is, but may be worth a try
I've had this happen too. Generally if it's a smaller amount they'll just give you the difference in a gift card. Worth a shot if you put up a stink about having to return and rebuy. However they don't do price adjustments.
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Inland premium 1tb nvme with phison controller is a better deal at $119.99 on Amazon. 3200 read, 2800 write, 1600TBW.
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Qlc, fyi.
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Same here. I've tried getting a credit the next day and they've said "no".
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