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HP EX950 M.2 2280 1TB PCle Gen3 x4, NVMe1.3 3D NAND SSD @ $117.99 + F/S

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LINK: https://www.newegg.com/hp-ex950-1...6820326041

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  • Max Sequential Read: Up to 3500 MBps
  • Max Sequential Write: Up to 2900 MBps
  • 4KB Random Read: Up to 410,000 IOPS
  • 4KB Random Write: Up to 370,000 IOPS
  • MTBF: 2,000,000 hours
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I'm pretty sure if this was QLC and $10 more it would front page in seconds.
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Glut of RAM and SSDs. Prices should continue to drop in the next few months. This needs to be around $70-80 to be competitive. intel 660p 1Tb was around $79 last year.
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Heck no, if 970 Evo is $125, this should be $90 tops.

Especially since these are cheater drives that bench well, but have very low sustained end to end write performance.
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Newegg = hard pass. Pay the extra money @ Amazon and have the confidence in knowing if anything goes wrong in the first month, easily returnable.
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Decent deal but I'd rather have the SK Hynix P31 at better price.
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Newegg = hard pass. Pay the extra money @ Amazon and have the confidence in knowing if anything goes wrong in the first month, easily returnable.
this is why I hardly shop Newegg anymore. It's either drive to microcenter or use Amazon. No hassle returns are a big deal when you get a bad part.

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Newegg = hard pass. Pay the extra money @ Amazon and have the confidence in knowing if anything goes wrong in the first month, easily returnable.

I do a lot of volume through NewEgg. I've had multiple RMA's through them, both replacement and flat out return. Two of them this past month. I have never had an issue with them.
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This is not slick at all, the hynix gold 1tb still on sale for $115.
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Newegg = hard pass. Pay the extra money @ Amazon and have the confidence in knowing if anything goes wrong in the first month, easily returnable.
I had EX920 1tb from them 2 years ago, came DOA (actually booted only once) and got a replacement easily but it is easier and more comfortable through amazon because it took them 2 weeks to get me the new one.
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Glut of RAM and SSDs. Prices should continue to drop in the next few months. This needs to be around $70-80 to be competitive. intel 660p 1Tb was around $79 last year.
Intel 665P is a budget QLC SSD without DRM caching whereas this one is one of the fastest drives, TLC and having DRM Cache. The performance is on the league of XPG SX 8100 Pro series. Yes, $100 should have been a great price but I have not seen it to go in that price.
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SK Hynix P31 is better NVME and its only $115.
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Intel 665P is a budget QLC SSD without DRM caching whereas this one is one of the fastest drives, TLC and having DRM Cache. The performance is on the league of XPG SX 8100 Pro series. Yes, $100 should have been a great price but I have not seen it to go in that price.
Intel 665p DOES have DRAM Caching, slow, but uses very little energy, suitable for laptop, but longevity is about 300 TBW for the 1 Terabyte.
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Which ssd i should get for hp pavilion 14-ce0068st ? Also is it advisable to go for memory or ssd upgrade ?

Laptop bought last year-
https://www.amazon.com/HP-Pavilio...B07DYLZBM9
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