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Prime Members: 2TB XPG Gammix S50 Lite PCIe NVMe 1.4 M.2 2280 Internal SSD EXPIRED

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Adata via Amazon has for Prime Members: 2TB XPG Gammix S50 Lite PCIe NVMe M.2 2280 Internal Solid State Drive (AGAMMIXS50L-2T-C) on sale for $229.99 when you follow directions below. Shipping is free.

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  1. Prime Members, click here for 2TB XPG Gammix S50 Lite PCIe NVMe M.2 2280 Internal Solid State Drive
  2. 'Clip' $30 Off Coupon found on product page
  3. Proceed to checkout
  4. Your total should be $129.99 w/ Free Shipping.
About this Product:
  • Features PCIe Gen4x4, enjoy sustained read/write speeds of up to 3900/3200/MB per second.
  • Sporting a robust high-temperature resistant aluminum heatsink, the GAMMIX S50 Lite gets rid of heat effectively.
  • Uses Dynamic SLC Caching and DRAM Cache Buffer to achieve random read/write speeds of up to 490K/540K IOPS.

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259.99 - $30 coupon. This SSD is very highly rated and a good price for gen4. The coupon puts the price $30 lower than new egg.

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This is a great deal. For reference, the Samsung 980 Pro 1TB is only $10 cheaper than this SSD which is double the size.

Reviews in case anyone is interested:
https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...ssd-review
https://www.tweaktown.com/reviews...index.html
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If you use this on a gen3 pcie then it's on par to a high-end gen3 nvme. Based on cost per dollar that is...
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Thanks for posting. Reviews and speeds look great. Picked one up.
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Where is the coupon? Im not seeing it? Is it a code or do I clip it on Amazon?
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Have this very drive in my most recent build (at a much higher price!).

Great drive. Gets you into Gen4 territory without all the cost of the top-end drives. But outperforms the Gen3 drives.
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Expired?
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Expired?
nope....
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nope....
I guess it must be for prime members only then. I don't see the price or a coupon.
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Think bestbuy will price match with coupon? I have best buy gc to spend.
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i think best price i've see on gen4.

will i benefit from it if my MB only supports gen3 but i will upgrade later to MB with gen4?
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Not the best gen4 performance, but the lower price makes it a more accessible 2TB nVME drive. Most people won't notice the difference.
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It's my understanding that for gaming or general desktop use you will see diminishing returns for gen4 m.2 SSDs versus gen3. If you move large amounts of data all day in data center use this will see a benefit. Prices dropping for gen4 are somewhat encouraging, but I'm waiting for them to drop further. The premium on the cost over gen3 as it stands is too much.
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This should be called PCIE GEN 3.5 LOL
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