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1TB WD Blue 3D NAND 2.5" Solid State Drive EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has 1TB WD Blue 3D NAND 2.5" Solid State Drive (WDS100T2B0A) for $109.99 - $15 w/ promo code SSDAPR24 = $94.99. Shipping is free.

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Link up some examples, that are from a similarly reputable manufacturer, that will have a similar warranty (5 years) and support. You guys keep doing this is just about every SSD thread, with your examples of false equivalence. It's always some comparison to this other "mystery" SSD, that's so much better and cheaper, but never linked.
I just installed this drive. I am impressed with the ease and so far it has performed well. WD is one of the best. Buy with confidence.
You know there are bunch of haters out there

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I just installed this drive. I am impressed with the ease and so far it has performed well. WD is one of the best. Buy with confidence.
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I put this ssd in Lenovo T450s, piece of cake, runs fast, and saves battery.
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I just installed this drive. I am impressed with the ease and so far it has performed well. WD is one of the best. Buy with confidence.
Why is this down voted??
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Why is this down voted??
You know there are bunch of haters out there
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The only "name" on that list under this price is Crucial, and the BX500's warranty is only 3 years.
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Probably because you can get similar drives for less and you can get much faster m.2 nvme drives for about the same price.
https://pcpartpicker.com/products...0000000000
You are correct. Sata drives have specific use cases though like many raid controllers accept a 2.5" drive, fit into 2.5" enclosures or for upgrading a hdd, (maybe) better longevity, not all of us need more than 500mbps or have m2 compatibility. If I wanted a m2 drive I wouldn't click the link... and I would get a WD black. Also, sequential access is not a good measure of speed, compare the random access instead.
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Forgive my ignorance, this will not work on an Xbox Series X correct?
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Can anyone recommend a good USB C to USB C External Enclosure for this?
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Why would you get this when the SK Hynix 1tb 2.5" is consistently on sale in the $80s
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Why is this down voted??
Price is not that great. It is fair price. The drive is good if you need 1tb. The new tech drives are about the same price so if you can get the new style run with them.
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Probably because you can get similar drives for less and you can get much faster m.2 nvme drives for about the same price.
https://pcpartpicker.com/products...0000000000
Link up some examples, that are from a similarly reputable manufacturer, that will have a similar warranty (5 years) and support. You guys keep doing this is just about every SSD thread, with your examples of false equivalence. It's always some comparison to this other "mystery" SSD, that's so much better and cheaper, but never linked.
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Needed a larger SSD for my virtual pinball cabinet, in for one. Thanks OP!
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