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Best Buy via eBay has1TB SanDisk Ultra M.2 PCIe 3.0 NVMe Solid State Drive (SDSSDH3N-1T00-G25) for $99.99. Shipping is free.

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  • Max Sequential Read: Up to 2400 MBps
  • Max Sequential Write: Up to 1950 MBps

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GreenKite4385 asked this question on 06-15-2021 at 01:00 PM
06-15-2021 at 01:00 PM
no DRAM its SN550 clone which has been $90-95 price
06-15-2021 at 01:14 PM
I had to look this up:

"The 1TB SN550 is 2400MB/s read, 1950MB/s write, and has no DRAM. The 1TB MP34 is 3000MB/s read, 2600MB/s write, and does have DRAM.

There's no logical reason to get the SN550 or similar drives when something that much better costs trivially more, IMO, particularly for use as a boot drive, which is something people do quite often."

Reference: https://www.reddit.com/r/buildapcsales/comments/j6p67s/ssd_sandisk_ultra_m2_nvme_3d_ssd_1_tb_105/
EricMcDealz asked this question on 06-15-2021 at 01:00 PM
06-15-2021 at 01:04 PM
depends which model and you'll need a matching adapter as well
netscorer asked this question on 06-15-2021 at 01:16 PM
06-15-2021 at 01:16 PM
AFAIK OWC is the only company making a reputable thunderbolt enclosure.
yadan asked this question on 06-15-2021 at 01:00 PM

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It's the same as the WD Black 3D NVMe SSD in our test pool because it uses the same hardware and firmware as the SanDisk Extreme Pro. That means performance is identical.

PCWORLD says: "Before we go further, one thing that needs to be clear: The Extreme is the exact same SSD as the WD Black NVMe. Not similar, but exactly the same drive with a more colorful label and a slightly different audience. WD owns Sandisk"

Review at https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/sandisk-extreme-pro-m.2-nvme-3d-ssd,5538-2.html
gotta pump up that epeen self esteem
SanDisk is owned by Western Digital, so I presume this is similar - if not identical - to the SN550 Blue NVMe drive? I ask because it's much easier to find reviews of the SN550 Blue NVMe drive and these two drives look identical and have identical specs: https://hothardware.com/reviews/w...vme-review

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in for one. Thanks OP!
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Good price???
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SanDisk is owned by Western Digital, so I presume this is similar - if not identical - to the SN550 Blue NVMe drive? I ask because it's much easier to find reviews of the SN550 Blue NVMe drive and these two drives look identical and have identical specs: https://hothardware.com/reviews/w...vme-review
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Good price???
Good. Very good. But not insane. It happens every once in a while but is a good $5-$10 discount over the usual street price.
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Tempting,,,,, I already had bought the WD SN750 last time.
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Is there a decent enclosure for this drive, preferably with thunderbolt?
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Does it have dram?
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Will this fit in my thinkpad?
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going to run on RAID 0 inside my Alienware M15 R4 with RTX3070...LET'S GO!!!!
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going to run on RAID 0 inside my Alienware M15 R4 with RTX3070...LET'S GO!!!!
You won't notice a difference. what's the point?
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Can I install this in my older retina MacBook Pro?
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SanDisk is owned by Western Digital, so I presume this is similar - if not identical - to the SN550 Blue NVMe drive? I ask because it's much easier to find reviews of the SN550 Blue NVMe drive and these two drives look identical and have identical specs: https://hothardware.com/reviews/w...vme-review

It's the same as the WD Black 3D NVMe SSD in our test pool because it uses the same hardware and firmware as the SanDisk Extreme Pro. That means performance is identical.

PCWORLD says: "Before we go further, one thing that needs to be clear: The Extreme is the exact same SSD as the WD Black NVMe. Not similar, but exactly the same drive with a more colorful label and a slightly different audience. WD owns Sandisk"

Review at https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/sandisk-extreme-pro-m.2-nvme-3d-ssd,5538-2.html
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