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1TB Samsung 860 EVO 2.5" SATA III Internal Solid State Drive EXPIRED

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Samsung 1TB 860 Evo SSD 89.99 @ Frys and you need to have the promo code.. Your Promo Code:5359964
Valid to 11/29

Yes Fry's really does have a good price, I had to triple check thinking it was turkey coma, but it's on sale..

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Samsung 1TB 860Evo SSD 3D NAND Flash Up to 600MB/s MZ-76E1T0B/AM
Frys#: 9454941 Model: MZ-76E1T0B/AM
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As much as I loved Frys in the past, I wouldn't touch them with a 10' pole now. Just die already and bring in some economy stimulating businesses to the massive spaces they occupy.

Spirit Halloween is just eyeballing those buildings, waiting LMAO
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I'm more surprised Fry's actually has stock. My location (Downers Grove, IL) looks damn near abandoned.
Leaping Lanny??
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I'm more surprised Fry's actually has stock. My location (Downers Grove, IL) looks damn near abandoned.
Hah, that's my local Frys too and I hate that place. There would always be like 40 employees there every time I got but barely 10 customers... and if you needed help, not a single person there knew how to do anything outside of walk. Pretty sure it's a shady manager there who's just hiring friends/family to work there.

If this wasn't such a tempting deal, I wouldn't have bitten... now lets see if it's actually ready for pick up when I go there or if they're gonna give me the run around like last time I bought something from them.
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Ordered for pickup. Frys called in 10 minutes saying there was some error and there won't be any confirmation email sent. Don't bother.
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For someone who has been out of the PC building market for a few years...why would you choose this over the same size NVME drive? Something like this one:

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/sand...Id=6402020

Advantages of one or the other? Is this new (seemingly faster) tech not compatible with all mobos or something?
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This BF is a big meh..
I agree, no great deals anywhere.
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Dell.com is also offering the 860 evo 1Tb for $99.99 with free shipping. If you use R@kuten you'll also get 12% cash back and if you have Chase Freedom 5% cash back then use the card through Paypal to purchase it bringing it down to $83!!!
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For someone who has been out of the PC building market for a few years...why would you choose this over the same size NVME drive? Something like this one:

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/sand...Id=6402020

Advantages of one or the other? Is this new (seemingly faster) tech not compatible with all mobos or something?
The main benefit is if you have work that requires you to move around a lot of large files requently, like content creation or other heavy loads. For the normal person and gamers, not much benefit between em.

Main advantage for sata may be due to space for them. Like with laptops, you are bound to see some with an nvme ssd, and an empty sata slot. Another nvme would not help there.

Most motherboards also tend to allow just 2 m.2 drives(which can include nvme), so again a sata drive would be preferred there. Plus, some mobos also tend to limit speed on the second nvme, which would make it run like a sata drive. If you aren't short on memory, some may prefer the m.2 style, in order to limit wires.

But you are also correct that some mobos may not be compatible, but those are some ancient machines at this point.

Tldr; unless you have heavy work loads that you know are limited by ssd speed, you can just pick the open ssd slot your mobo allows.
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Fry's website shows the price as $99.99, not the "$90" price.
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Quote from rking0122 :
For someone who has been out of the PC building market for a few years...why would you choose this over the same size NVME drive? Something like this one:

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/sand...Id=6402020

Advantages of one or the other? Is this new (seemingly faster) tech not compatible with all mobos or something?
I'm probably in the minority but my mother board doesn't have any M2 slots, so I'd have to use a SATA drive. Not all boards have M2 slots either and some only have 1 or 2 slots, so if you need more storage, a SATA drive is perfect.
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Spirit Halloween is just eyeballing those buildings, waiting LMAO

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Fry's website shows the price as $99.99, not the "$90" price.
Use coupon code to save $10 off listed price.
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The $90 is really solid, but not amazing right? Does it come back around very often, or will SSDs will drop in price in the near future anyways that this isn't necessarily a must-grab right now?
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Frys Fountain Valley canceled my order. They don't have any in stock. What a waste of time
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The $90 is really solid, but not amazing right? Does it come back around very often, or will SSDs will drop in price in the near future anyways that this isn't necessarily a must-grab right now?
People have generally been waiting for this drive to drop below the $100 mark. While it dipped down about a year ago, it went up again due to the pandemic. And it stayed there for the entire year. This is the first time it has dropped below $100 again. The cheapest price I've seen is thru Dell + cash back site. (100 - 12% CB = $88).
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