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looks like I'm going to wait for next year this is horrible tech is getting more expensive even though we have advancements and little to no wage increases

blah blah.

protest I do not need this.
I have my old SSD drive.
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Takes a looknat Microns earnings conference call they predict much lower prices and profits for 2021 and they are one of the largest SSD NAND chip manufacturers. Its coming straight from the horses mouth. The price hasnt dropped because they are milking the consumer.
yep I'm giving up on blackfridays at this point it is utter shit this year not even cheap trash to buy.
they keep raising prices on trash too then discount the trash calling it a sale.

give them all the finger.
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In for two- will use on new build for my son. Great fine 👍🏽 price is unbeatable for 1TB
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Don't get me wrong I'm just saying these vs hard drives is bad comparison
I get what you're saying with low expectations but that's exactly the niche these drives are intended to fill.

This is for people that want something faster than their hard drive but don't want to spend more for a high end SSD. Even at the slowest end this is still faster than the fastest HDD which mean it does exactly what it's supposed to.
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Spend 10$ more to get WD Blue SN550, TLC NAND is still another league...
Edit: srr, it's TLC unlike Crucial P1...but SN550 still preform better. 94$ at Amazon now...

" On the entry-level front, the WD Blue SN550 is the P2's most imminent threat – the SN550 is the best DRAMless SSD we've tested yet. While we don't have a 500GB sample on hand, based on our experience with the SN550, it should beat the P2 easily. At the same price, the WD Blue SN550 is a better value that should be more responsive due to its fast direct-to-TLC write performance, even after its small SLC write cache fills."

https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...nvme-ssd/3
Does the price increase drastically with DRAM onboard?

Any recommendation on the case/adapter to USB?
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Spend 10$ more to get WD Blue SN550, TLC NAND is still another league...
Edit: srr, it's TLC unlike Crucial P1...but SN550 still preform better. 94$ at Amazon now...

" On the entry-level front, the WD Blue SN550 is the P2's most imminent threat – the SN550 is the best DRAMless SSD we've tested yet. While we don't have a 500GB sample on hand, based on our experience with the SN550, it should beat the P2 easily. At the same price, the WD Blue SN550 is a better value that should be more responsive due to its fast direct-to-TLC write performance, even after its small SLC write cache fills."

https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...nvme-ssd/3
Spend $10 more than that and you can get something even better!!1!
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Will this work on the ps5?
highly unlikely...
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I'm putting together a gaming computer for my son. My brother is doing all the assembly, but I'm purchasing the parts. Is this a good hard drive for gaming? Or am I better off waiting/spending on something better?
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Will this work well on ps4 pro?
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Don't get me wrong I'm just saying these vs hard drives is bad comparison
It's not a bad comparison when the majority of computers are still running hard drives.
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this is NVMe and not SATA m.2 so you can't use an NGFF adapter.
There are PCI-e slot adapters which will do the trick if your chipset supports it.

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Can anyone tell me if this is a generally a good idea. I have a Adata SSD that is giving me issues so I need to replace it before it completely dies.

Is it worth using a M2 to 2.5 enclosure with one of these drives versus just getting 2.5 SSD drive for a desktop.

Looking at getting something like this for 6 bucks.

SATA to M.2 NGFF SSD Converter Adapter Card [ebay.com]
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I get what you're saying with low expectations but that's exactly the niche these drives are intended to fill.

This is for people that want something faster than their hard drive but don't want to spend more for a high end SSD. Even at the slowest end this is still faster than the fastest HDD which mean it does exactly what it's supposed to.
Wait wait there are sata SSD's in the middle that offer better price, life span and cooling
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Would this be good boot drive for laptop (good thermals, not too hot)?
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I'm putting together a gaming computer for my son. My brother is doing all the assembly, but I'm purchasing the parts. Is this a good hard drive for gaming? Or am I better off waiting/spending on something better?
Should be fine. Verify the motherboard has an M2 slot, and for future proofing, supports NVMe Gen4. Later on, if your son wants a faster ssd, this one can be removed and put into an external enclosure, or use in a different pc.
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