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Newegg has 1TB Crucial BX500 2.5" Internal Solid State Drive (CT100BX500SSD1) on sale for $99.99 - Extra $20 Off w/ promo code 93XPU25 (apply in cart) = $79.99. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71

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This SSD features up to 540 MBps (max sequential read speed) & up to 500 MBps (max sequential write speeds). Offer valid only for September 30, 2020 or while promotion last - Discombobulated

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MX500 1TB got as low as $83 last year. Just FYI.....
That's incorrect, as this uses TLC. The P1 is the model that uses QLC.
FWIW, if one knowingly chooses to buy a cheap Dram-less drive, then this seems like a wiser choice than the off-brand drives. Why? Because Crucial (Micron) is the primary manufacturer of the memory chips themselves. So when binning / sorting the chips, it is likely that they will keep the upper tier ones for themselves, and sell the lower tiers to other manufacturers.

This is not to say that other manufacturers always get inferior chips, but it does imply a higher likelihood that the Crucial drives will definitely have the best chips coming from the fab plant.

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Promo code is not active yet.

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OP's code now works.
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MX500 1TB got as low as $83 last year. Just FYI.....
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Promo code is not active yet.
Promo code is SSDCRUC
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Promo code is SSDCRUC
That coupon only brings the price down to $89.99, not the $80.00 OP listed it as.

Edit: OP's code now works.
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No dram?
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No dram?
No DRAM on this one.

I'd spring for $10 more and get one with DRAM.

They also have M2 to SATA adapters if you're fed up with SATA drives but don't have an M2 slot yet.
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In addition to being DRAM-less, this drive is QLC, which is slower and less durable than TLC. You can easily find TLC drives in this price range, so this isn't a great deal unless you need storage now and aren't concerned with better speed or longevity.
That's incorrect, as this uses TLC. The P1 is the model that uses QLC.
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No DRAM on this one.

I'd spring for $10 more and get one with DRAM.

They also have M2 to SATA adapters if you're fed up with SATA drives but don't have an M2 slot yet.
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FWIW, if one knowingly chooses to buy a cheap Dram-less drive, then this seems like a wiser choice than the off-brand drives. Why? Because Crucial (Micron) is the primary manufacturer of the memory chips themselves. So when binning / sorting the chips, it is likely that they will keep the upper tier ones for themselves, and sell the lower tiers to other manufacturers.

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