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SanDisk - Ultra 1TB Internal PCI Express 3.0 x4 (NVMe) Solid State Drive for $99.99 after $130 discount

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  • Hard Drive Capacity: 1000.0 gigabytes
  • Storage Drive Type: SSD
  • Maximum Data Transfer Rate: 2400.0 megabytes per second
  • Product Name: Ultra 1TB Internal PCI Express 3.0 x4 (NVMe) Solid State Drive
  • Brand: SanDisk
  • Model Number: SDSSDH3N-1T00-G25
  • Color: Black

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WD owns Sandisk, and slaps the label on its SN550 drive [westerndigital.com].

Decent drive though.

WD Blue SN550 M.2 NVMe SSD Review: Best DRAMless SSD Yet (Updated)
[tomshardware.com]

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Competitive performance
Affordable and efficient
5-year warranty
Single-sided PCB at all capacities

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Small SLC cache
Slower direct-to-TLC write speeds than its predecessor
Unflattering aesthetic
Power optimization on desktops could be better
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Quote from TekkenLord :
WD owns Sandisk, and slaps the label on its SN550 drive [westerndigital.com].

Decent drive though.

WD Blue SN550 M.2 NVMe SSD Review: Best DRAMless SSD Yet (Updated)
[tomshardware.com]

FOR
Competitive performance
Affordable and efficient
5-year warranty
Single-sided PCB at all capacities

AGAINST
Small SLC cache
Slower direct-to-TLC write speeds than its predecessor
Unflattering aesthetic
Power optimization on desktops could be better
" Unflattering aesthetic"???
is that reviewer expecting RGB?
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" Unflattering aesthetic"???
is that reviewer expecting RGB?
Apparently they're the gatekeeper who decides what aesthetics everyone should like. Good thing we all have identical tastes. Now I don't have to look at it and decide for myself. I can just be told I don't like the way it looks.

It's a good thing I didn't buy it yet. Because I'm very concerned about storing my files on a drive I don't think looks pretty.
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"Was $229.00"...says no one ever. It's literally worth about $99 given the cost of mediocre 1TB NVMe drives.
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