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500GB 2.5" Samsung 870 EVO SATA III Internal Solid State Drive EXPIRED

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Newegg has 500GB 2.5" Samsung 870 EVO SATA III Internal Solid State Drive (MZ-77E500B/AM) for $53.99 after you apply promo code 6PFNTECH353 at checkout. Shipping is free.

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  • 560MB/s Seq. Read
  • 530MB/s Seq. Write
  • 870 EVO has been compatibility tested for major host systems and applications, including chipsets, motherboards, NAS, and video recording devices
  • Samsung Magician 6 software helps you easily manage your drive, keep up with the latest updates, monitor the drive's health and status, or even enhance its performance

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Any good deal on 1TB?
1TB looks on discount too, $109.99
The people that disliked just don't get it😩

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Any good deal on 1TB?
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500gb is not enough space for a bundle of Call of duty cold war/MW/Warzone lol
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Any good deal on 1TB?
1TB looks on discount too, $109.99
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500gb is not enough space for a bundle of Call of duty cold war/MW/Warzone lol
Don't forget Battlefield 2042 gonna be 100GB+ also
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500gb is not enough space for a bundle of Call of duty cold war/MW/Warzone lol
The people that disliked just don't get it😩
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how the heck is 860 evo more expensive across the board at newegg? lol isnt the 870 evo... better?... i was hoping to snag the 860 evo for even cheaper.
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My 3-year-old Dell XPS laptop needs a new hard drive. How do I know if this is compatible?
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Should I grab this or another m.2 with a housing, or option 3 purchase another 1TB m.2 and transfer all my data from my 500gb m.2 already in stalled.
For the record I currently have 1.5TB m.2 installed. Looking to add another drive even 2…
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Don't forget Battlefield 2042 gonna be 100GB+ also
I remember playing Skyrim after first release and it was bewteen 6-8 GB. I played on a AMD 3850 with Core2Duo and had no problems. Now games are 10x bigger and hardware is way better and yet the new games often run more like crap (Cyberpunk, Kingdom Come, Red Dead 2 etc). Truth be told, I think the games were made huge to discourage lifting the games off torrents etc
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In for 1. Thank you
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My 3-year-old Dell XPS laptop needs a new hard drive. How do I know if this is compatible?
If your existing drive is a spinning drive, this SSD will be compatible. If it's a smaller SATA SSD, this will work as well. However, if it's an M2 SSD, this will not. If you are not sure what you have, there are a few ways to find out. One is to go to the Device Manager and look under disk drives - you might get some insight there.

Another is to go to dell.com/support and enter your service tag. You will see a lot of information about your system - click on the "view product specs" link. Look until you see your hard drive, and google the part number.
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If your existing drive is a spinning drive, this SSD will be compatible. If it's a smaller SATA SSD, this will work as well. However, if it's an M2 SSD, this will not. If you are not sure what you have, there are a few ways to find out. One is to go to the Device Manager and look under disk drives - you might get some insight there.

Another is to go to dell.com/support and enter your service tag. You will see a lot of information about your system - click on the "view product specs" link. Look until you see your hard drive, and google the part number.
Thanks - it's a Seagate FireCuda 2.5" hybrid drive. Looks like this might be a good replacement.
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My 3-year-old Dell XPS laptop needs a new hard drive. How do I know if this is compatible?
What model is it? I'm pretty sure the XPS 13 line has always used m.2 drives, this is a 2.5". If you Google the exact model number you should be able to find what type of drive it uses.
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