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    Western Digital 2TB WD Blue 3D NAND Internal PC SSD - SATA III 6 Gb/s, M.2 2280, Up to 560 MB/s - WDS200T2B0B

    It's not a NVME drive. $176 for a 2TB SSD it's pretty good deal to me.


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    Use something like Macrium Reflect. I've used this for the last decade or so to move my OS from disk to disk. Its free for personal use and doesn't have spy ware.
    https://www.macrium.com/reflectfree
    Only real downside is that you are using up an m.2 slot, which many motherboards only have one of.

    So upgrading to faster storage means getting rid of this rather than adding to it, which would be no problem if it were 2.5" form factor.
    Even though it's not NVMe, it's still a really great price! Thanks OP!

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    Even though it's not NVMe, it's still a really great price! Thanks OP!
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    Not Nvme but pretty solid deal for a SSD. Repped!
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    Thinking about adding an enclosure to make it a good portable storage. Doesn't need to be nvme for that purpose
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    Only real downside is that you are using up an m.2 slot, which many motherboards only have one of.

    So upgrading to faster storage means getting rid of this rather than adding to it, which would be no problem if it were 2.5" form factor.
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    Good for external enclosure
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    Will this work for a 2015 MacBook Pro?
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    In for 2. Been waiting for WD or Samsung m.2 SATA's to go for <$100 per 1TB, honestly didn't expect this price until Q2+, 2021 for the 2TB sticks. I get they're not NVME but for >50% the people looking, the transfer rates on these are absolutely sufficient & even if you don't have ANY available M.2 slots, you can do what I've been doing which is - snag one of those M.2 - 2.5 adapter/enclosure. I even have one of the dual/RAID M.2-2.5 which effectively gives me 1x2.5 SSD @ 4TB for $350+ taxes. Thanks OP!
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    Quote from goodness97
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    Will this work for a 2015 MacBook Pro?
    No. Check/Search OWC website for options.
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    Only real downside is that you are using up an m.2 slot, which many motherboards only have one of.

    So upgrading to faster storage means getting rid of this rather than adding to it, which would be no problem if it were 2.5" form factor.
    It won't matter much unless you handle big files a lot, like video editing
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    Waiting for the 2tb ,m2 ssd to drop below $150.. there's an indication that prices will drop during the holiday season. I'm in no rush.. my laptop can't support nvme.
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    Will make a good external storage of legacy games for upcoming new game consoles.
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    This or Samsung 860 EVO? I know there is a big price difference, but I have a HP Specter 360 bought in 2015 which supports m.2 sata only. It originally has 256 gb Samsung drive, so not sure if I can go for WD or should spend more on Samsung as I'll be using it as a Primary drive for my laptop. Any techie suggestions??
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    Is there migration software? I want to upgrade but don't want to lose my operating system.
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