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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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Anyone knows if this item can be used to boost cache in Synology DS920+?
Yes, it can. You can double check here: https://www.synology.com/en-us/co...ternal&p=1
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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.
I've been in the same position and it makes no sense why they don't just price adjust you, some stuff I would be ok with an Amazon credit for the difference...
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I've been in the same position and it makes no sense why they don't just price adjust you, some stuff I would be ok with an Amazon credit for the difference...
They just don't. Amazon has long since figured out that most users are too lazy to return orders to rebuy later at lower price, so it actually makes total financial sense for them to deny price adjustments.
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They just don't. Amazon has long since figured out that most users are too lazy to return orders to rebuy later at lower price, so it actually makes total financial sense for them to deny price adjustments.
So, random thought, if they don't price match, what happens if you just buy it again at the lower price, then when it arrives, return that one in place of the more expensive order? It's the exact same product, and you send them back one still sealed, versus a used one you had to transfer data to the exact same thing.

Assuming there's no outside serial number that would not match. But considering how they pool other seller's products with their stock, you never know what you might get, even when buying directly from Amazon. Happened with an Oculus Touch Controllers order, they sent me a plain white box, less than half the size of the real thing, containing just a pill container and hand squeeze exercise thing, all because it had bar code sticker that matched the Oculus Controller kit.
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Samsung waited a long time to introduce 2tb nvme 4 which should be out soon.. there was some hesitancy because it was unknown if consumers would pay double for faster speed... Guess we found out... Maybe $50-$60 for faster speed per tb seems to be the market, and samsung will have to live with that...
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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.
Just return the brand new one once you get it so you don't have to take it out of your pc
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Is this chuckable?
Yes, you can definitely throw it, however, it will probably break if you do chuck it across the room. Not sure why you'd want to chuck it across the room though?
If you mean "shuckable" then the answer is also yes. You can shuck it from it's cardboard and plastic package and install it internally in your computer's NVME slot.
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So, random thought, if they don't price match, what happens if you just buy it again at the lower price, then when it arrives, return that one in place of the more expensive order? It's the exact same product, and you send them back one still sealed, versus a used one you had to transfer data to the exact same thing.

Assuming there's no outside serial number that would not match. But considering how they pool other seller's products with their stock, you never know what you might get, even when buying directly from Amazon. Happened with an Oculus Touch Controllers order, they sent me a plain white box, less than half the size of the real thing, containing just a pill container and hand squeeze exercise thing, all because it had bar code sticker that matched the Oculus Controller kit.
You can definitely return in place assuming there's no identifying serial # or other unique ID on the box. As long as it's the same product you're fine and within your rights.
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$237.49 after Student Discount + 10% CB on Major Website

Has anyone had any luck with the 10% Samsung cancellation? Tried the usual trick, and it canceled right away this time. Stacking all three discounts would make this truly a slick deal.
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So, random thought, if they don't price match, what happens if you just buy it again at the lower price, then when it arrives, return that one in place of the more expensive order? It's the exact same product, and you send them back one still sealed, versus a used one you had to transfer data to the exact same thing.

Assuming there's no outside serial number that would not match. But considering how they pool other seller's products with their stock, you never know what you might get, even when buying directly from Amazon. Happened with an Oculus Touch Controllers order, they sent me a plain white box, less than half the size of the real thing, containing just a pill container and hand squeeze exercise thing, all because it had bar code sticker that matched the Oculus Controller kit.
I've done this numerous times lol. It works.
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Would 2 of these in raid 0 see benefits now on PCIE 4.0 chipsets? Previously on PCIE 3.0 bandwidth, raid 0 was ill advised because there was little gains. Gen 4 drives seem to still be maturing and I've heard Samsung's new pro lineup is not going to have as durable of nand flash.
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Jokes on them, I just requested the return and ordered it elsewhere.
I actually went through their crazy return/price adjustment process one time with a motherboard, twice. They got the multiple returns confused and somehow ended up refunding all of my money and I still kept the original board I installed. I mean... we could have done it the easy way. lol
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So, random thought, if they don't price match, what happens if you just buy it again at the lower price, then when it arrives, return that one in place of the more expensive order? It's the exact same product, and you send them back one still sealed, versus a used one you had to transfer data to the exact same thing.

Assuming there's no outside serial number that would not match. But considering how they pool other seller's products with their stock, you never know what you might get, even when buying directly from Amazon. Happened with an Oculus Touch Controllers order, they sent me a plain white box, less than half the size of the real thing, containing just a pill container and hand squeeze exercise thing, all because it had bar code sticker that matched the Oculus Controller kit.
Because returning with no defect incurs a fee. If you select the reason is a defect and there isn't any, then they can record it and do it enough, they can take actions against you.
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Could anyone PM a Samsung Referal code?
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Does anybody use these in enclosures? Wondering if I should purchase this or a T5/T7. I would primarily use to edit videos directly on the SSD.
I do, but not for gaming tho, but for photo/video editing (on a MacBook that supports thunderbolt3, also because I didn't wanna pay apple for extra storage so I use the external)...you'll quickly find that there aren't many enclosures out there that support 40Gbps (5000MB/s) and the ones that are out there are made by less known brands (urlhasbeenblocked is the one I got) and they are $100+ just for the enclosure, you'll also need the correct cable (which it comes with) to support the speeds....the cheaper enclosures only support 10Gbps(1250MB/s) or 20Gbps(2500MB/s) but if you're getting that you might as well save a couple bucks and get a slower drive...otherwise expect to spend an extra $100+ on an enclosure and you HAVE to have a thunderbolt3 port (not the same as usb-c, but plugs in the same). Thunderbolt3 (40Gbps) is the speed rating vs the standard thunderbolt2 (20Gbps) for usbc and the older thunderbolt (10Gbps) and just the cheapest usbc you can get which is 5Gbps

More info than you need but hope it helps!



This is the one I got
https://www.newegg.com/urlhasbeen...klink=true

Paired it with a 3500MB/s (they have a newer model that's supposed to be faster):

https://www.newegg.com/seagate-fi...klink=true


And if you've been wondering....it's been almost a year and I had no issues so far. You could give it a shot 🤷🏽 ♂️ the transfer speeds are insane from my MacBook to the drive tho almost as if it's all internal to the MacBook drives which are I believe about ~3000MB/s
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