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XPG SX8200 Pro 2TB 3D NAND NVMe Gen3x4 PCIe M.2 2280 R/W 3500/3000MB/s SSD @ $235.99 + F/S

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Amazon offers XPG SX8200 Pro 2TB 3D NAND NVMe Gen3x4 PCIe M.2 2280 SSD @ $235.99 with the $14 Clickable Coupon in the Product page. Shipping is free.

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$15 Clickable Coupon
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I'm in when one of these breaks the $200 support level
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XPG SX8200 Pro 2TB
$249.99 - $20 coupon

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07TY2T...B07WQKKS8V
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Clickable coupon seems to be gone now.

EDIT: Seems to be an issue on my end.
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Clickable coupon seems to be gone now.
I still see it, and it's up to $20 for a final price of $229.99
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I still see it, and it's up to $20 for a final price of $229.99
Tough luck for me. For some reason it's not showing up, and I'm pretty set on purchasing it. Even tried different browsers and the app.

EDIT: Showed up out of nowhere. Very weird. Thank you for posting this!
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I still see it, and it's up to $20 for a final price of $229.99
I see it with $20 promotional coupon too.
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I still see it, and it's up to $20 for a final price of $229.99
It was $229.99 before and after this guy posted this deal.
I posted before this guy posted, but for some reason my thread got merged into this one as a comment, and so my posted price of $229.99 disappeared and was overridden by the higher price in this thread. This happened twice for some bizarre reason. (Three if you count another comment later)
Once with a YMMV in the title, and once without, because I thought they were separate deals since it vanished.

And for some reason visibility (and recommendation pop-up) was not given to the threads until they disappeared. I'd get recommended frontpage for the HP SSD, but not this one, and it's harder to find.

Not that it really matters I guess. It's not like I get anything out of it.
Also prices are probably going to keep dropping, so these deals probably aren't that good.
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It was $229.99 before and after this guy posted this deal.
I posted before this guy posted, but for some reason my thread got merged into this one as a comment, and so my posted price of $229.99 disappeared and was overridden by the higher price in this thread. This happened twice for some bizarre reason. (Three if you count another comment later)
Once with a YMMV in the title, and once without, because I thought they were separate deals since it vanished.

And for some reason visibility (and recommendation pop-up) was not given to the threads until they disappeared. I'd get recommended frontpage for the HP SSD, but not this one, and it's harder to find.

Not that it really matters I guess. It's not like I get anything out of it.
Also prices are probably going to keep dropping, so these deals probably aren't that good.
HP SSD is basically the same design with the same components and a shorter warranty, isn't it?
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HP SSD is basically the same design with the same components and a shorter warranty, isn't it?
Yes, reportedly almost identical. Anandtech reports that for some unknown reason its power efficiency is also lower.

Don't get me wrong. The HP SSD is a good drive. Just that in this case the situation is sus.
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Yes, reportedly almost identical. Anandtech reports that for some unknown reason its power efficiency is also lower.

Don't get me wrong. The HP SSD is a good drive. Just that in this case the situation is sus.
Maybe firmware related.
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Got this drive and it works great so far. I got it thinking it would help with game load times over a cheap Sandisk SSD. It did not. A good video to watch is Linus Tech Tips about if people can tell difference between SSD and nmve for video editing and games. Spoiler alert: they can't. Either way, I needed a larger game drive and I'm glad I didn't go with the more expensive Samsung. I do have a samsung as boot drive though. We're way past the point of diminishing returns, if you're on the fence. I'd get this over Samsung in an instant now and save some money.
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