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2TB Samsung 970 EVO Plus M.2 PCIe Solid State Drive SSD EXPIRED

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Various Retailers listed below have 2TB Samsung 970 EVO Plus M.2 PCIe Solid State Drive SSD (MZ-V7S2T0B/AM) on sale for $249.99. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive, tjfhx & Daggerfall

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Newegg has SAMSUNG 970 EVO PLUS M.2 2280 2TB PCIe Gen 3.0 x4, NVMe 1.3 V-NAND 3-bit MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) MZ-V7S2T0B/AM on sale for $249.99

https://www.newegg.com/samsung-97...20-147-744
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I purchased the 970 EVO Plus from Amazon last week for $300. I have until January 31st to return it.

It's now on sale for $250 so I figured Amazon would do a price adjustment since I'm still well within the return window. Nope. The assholes would prefer that I ship it back to them (on their dime), get a refund, and then repurchase it at the lower price.

Jokes on them, I just requested the return and ordered it elsewhere.
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Quote from SeikenDensetsu :
Maybe? Playstation 5 does not support storage expansion at the moment but it has USB slots. The internal storage is soldered on. Consider buying a USB enclosure for a M.2 SSD or other USB storage device.
There is an extra SSD slot inside of the PS5 as well.
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$250 for PCIe 3.0 still to much.
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Quote from MetalliTooL :
The Sabrent Rocket gen 4 for 50 bucks more was a better deal.
I pulled the trigger last week on that deal, no regrets.
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For those looking at this specific model and size check out the reviews related to over heating and premature failure.

It does not seem to be wide spread but it seems like it's a large enough issue where there is some traction
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$250 for PCIe 3.0 still to much.
Not for 2 TB it isn't. PCIe 4.0 from what I and most people agree on is that in real world performances most cannot tell the difference.
Unless you're sending and receiving MASSIVE files in and out at a time to another PCIe 4.0 on a daily basis, you cannot either. If you do fall in that less than 1-3% that does transfer massive files and receive files on the daily from a gen 4 to another gen 4 on the daily, then you know what you want and this one isn't for you as you.
Do note that even when transferring massive files on the daily from gen 4 to another gen 4, even most of those folks would save the money and stick to gen 3 with the current prices.
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How big of an SSD can we put into the ps5 storage space wise? More than 2tb?
No info from sony yet n second unless you got $ a 2 tb gen 4 drive with the ability to support the ps5 will start at/around $450. Imagine an 4 or 8tb drive lol.
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Quote from fixxall :
I purchased the 970 EVO Plus from Amazon last week for $300. I have until January 31st to return it.

It's now on sale for $250 so I figured Amazon would do a price adjustment since I'm still well within the return window. Nope. The assholes would prefer that I ship it back to them (on their dime), get a refund, and then repurchase it at the lower price.

Jokes on them, I just requested the return and ordered it elsewhere.
The joke was on you for buying on Crapazon in the first place.

Crapazon is the last choice for me when shopping. I can find it for the same price or cheaper elsewhere most of the time.
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But will it work on PS5?
Sony disabled the nvme port for now so no nvme will work right now. But this one wouldn't work anyway since its a gen3 nvme
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Is this chuckable?
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Is this chuckable?
yes, you can easily extract the drive from the cardboard box for use as an internal drive
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If you're willing to go into a staples right now to place an order (I'm not), they are able to buy from staples.com in store and have it delivered to your house. The benefit is that Staples is selling this exact drive for $504 but offers a 110% price match *in-store only*, bringing the total down to $225 pretax. There's also a 10% up to $40 back amex offer that should stack, bringing it closer to $202 pretax.

I just went ahead and used the $25 off 250 best buy amex offer instead.
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yes, you can easily extract the drive from the cardboard box for use as an internal drive
It doesn't come in a full plastic blister pack ?
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This is a great deal, but a regular 2.5" SSD can perform just as well especially for gaming at much lower prices. The few reasons to get this is that it only needs a M.2 PCIe slot on your motherboard and it has a much smaller form. And of course if you have a laptop with upgradable M.2 slot.
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