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is it $15 or a % off? Looking at the 2GB
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is it $15 or a % off? Looking at the 2GB
Flat $15
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This is the blitz deal of the day on Newegg.

Use EMCGDDG35 code to get this deal.

This spreadsheet should help you compare and rate other drives: https://docs.google.com/spreadshe...buuQva2gT4

https://www.newegg.com/intel-665p...gnorebbr=1
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Jeez why is this so cheap...i haven't paid attention to NVME ssds in a while, how does this one compare to the best one out there, i'm assuming a samsung? Oh you provided that link, thanks. Some feedback on your link, read and write should be separate columns so they can be sorted & analyzed as numbers. Judging from your spreadsheet this falls in the low to mid end of SSD performance. Pass.
You should talk to Johnny Lucky SSD Database for the feedback but not the op.
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Had the intel SSD m.2 before, and it is a great budget drive.
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We're finally getting close to the 600p pricing almost a year ago
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I bought this guy a couple weeks ago based on a Slickdealer's reccomendatio: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

Haven't installed it yet. At $30 cheaper, this deal is tempting. Any thoughts on performance between the two? Read and write speeds seem higher on the Inland, but will that translate into noticeably better real-world performance? Sorry, I'm sort of an idiot on this kind of stuff. It'll be the second drive in a Dell XPS-15 9500.
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Too much effort, a post here is all I got but thanks.
Then you'll get the amount of help equal to your effort.
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3d nand qlc. qlc is bad or doesn't matter for nvme drive?
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3d nand qlc. qlc is bad or doesn't matter for nvme drive?
You get way less overall performance for the same price. And only people that don't know what they are talking about with disagree with that.
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You get way less overall performance for the same price. And only people that don't know what they are talking about with disagree with that.


so it's same as regular 2.5" ssd, look for tlc or slc, avoid qlc?
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