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1TB Crucial P5 3D NAND NVMe Internal Solid State Drive EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has 1TB Crucial P5 3D NAND NVMe Internal Solid State Drive (CT1000P5SSD8) for $91.19. Shipping is free.

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  • Innovative 3D NAND and cutting-edge controller technology, with read and write performance up to 3400/3000MB/s, pushing the limits of PCIe Gen 3 NVMe for tech enthusiasts, professional designers, and serious gamers
  • Capable of enhancing data security and management with rapid, full-drive encryption, helping protect your data without performance degradation
  • Optimize performance and durability with dynamic write acceleration, error correction, and adaptive thermal protection
  • Operating systems open almost instantly, apps launch in seconds, and games load before you're ready to spawn
  • Backed by a limited 5-year warranty or up to the max endurance rating of 600 TBW
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  • Alternatively, Amazon.com has for Prime Members: 1TB Crucial P5 3D NAND NVMe Internal Solid State Drive (CT1000P5SSD8) for $91.19Shipping is free.

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Amazon prime deal P5 1TB for $96

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the majority of performance improvements were experienced when moving from hdd to sata ssd's. going from a premium sata ssd to a premium nvme ssd had almost ZERO benefit for me.

get something that's cool and has a good warranty and reputation. you should be fine.
Reviews state this runs pretty hot. If using in laptop, it could be concerning while Hynix is actually super efficient so works great on laptops.
For anyone on the fence and comparing against the WD Blue SN550 NVME, this drive outperforms the SN550 in all/most tests. Against the SK Hynix P31, the SK Hynix drive does a little to a lot better for $12 more dollars.

https://www.servethehome.com/crucial-p5-1tb-nvme-ssd-review/2/

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Can't decide between the Crucial P5 ($96) or the SK Hynix Gold P31 ($108). Been waiting for the deal with SK Hynix but this one seems better. Thoughts?
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Can't decide between the Crucial P5 ($96) or the SK Hynix Gold P31 ($108). Been waiting for the deal with SK Hynix but this one seems better. Thoughts?
Reviews state this runs pretty hot. If using in laptop, it could be concerning while Hynix is actually super efficient so works great on laptops.
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Reviews state this runs pretty hot. If using in laptop, it could be concerning while Hynix is actually super efficient so works great on laptops.
Performance seems close giving P31 the edge but I probably won't notice a difference. This will be going into my PC which has a built in M.2 heatsink. The efficiency and heat seems to be the selling point for the P31 but is it worth the difference? Maybe for longevity?
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For anyone on the fence and comparing against the WD Blue SN550 NVME, this drive outperforms the SN550 in all/most tests. Against the SK Hynix P31, the SK Hynix drive does a little to a lot better for $12 more dollars.

https://www.servethehome.com/crucial-p5-1tb-nvme-ssd-review/2/
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For anyone on the fence and comparing against the WD Blue SN550 NVME, this drive outperforms the SN550 in all/most tests. Against the SK Hynix P31, the SK Hynix drive does a little to a lot better for $12 more dollars.

https://www.servethehome.com/cruc...-review/2/
Sold on the SK Hynix. Returning the Sandisk Ultra M.2 from Bestbuy deal a week ago. Glad I waited!

edit: Looks like P5 is Lightning Deal now plus another $5 Prime discount and $15 Chase discount for total of $35 after tax cheaper. Still worth the difference?
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Sold on the SK Hynix. Returning the Sandisk Ultra M.2 from Bestbuy deal a week ago. Glad I waited!

edit: Looks like P5 is Lightning Deal now plus another $5 Prime discount and $15 Chase discount for total of $35 after tax cheaper. Still worth the difference?
I think the fact the P5 got cheaper makes it even harder to justify the difference to the SK Hynix. I used to chase every fraction of performance and was happy paying more for it.

Nowadays, the performance of premium hardware is fast enough that I don't think I'll mind if a game starts in 9 seconds instead of 8 on NVME! Especially if it used to start in 22 seconds on SATA SSD or 45 seconds on SATA HDD...
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I think the fact the P5 got cheaper makes it even harder to justify the difference to the SK Hynix. I used to chase every fraction of performance and was happy paying more for it.

Nowadays, the performance of premium hardware is fast enough that I don't think I'll mind if a game starts in 9 seconds instead of 8 on NVME! Especially if it used to start in 22 seconds on SATA SSD or 45 seconds on SATA HDD...
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the majority of performance improvements were experienced when moving from hdd to sata ssd's. going from a premium sata ssd to a premium nvme ssd had almost ZERO benefit for me.

get something that's cool and has a good warranty and reputation. you should be fine.
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more people need to heed this comment

the majority of performance improvements were experienced when moving from hdd to sata ssd's. going from a premium sata ssd to a premium nvme ssd had almost ZERO benefit for me.

get something that's cool and has a good warranty and reputation. you should be fine.
Agree mostly with you but also keep in mind ppl looking for clean build will want nvme over sata ssd.
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$91.19 for me.
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Agree mostly with you but also keep in mind ppl looking for clean build will want nvme over sata ssd.
i was trying to argue that even a 'budget' nvme drive will probably be sufficient in performance compared to a high end nvme drive for normal use.
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I have been using the P1, not this P5, for awhile on 2 builds and while the performance is good with the help of its turbo cache option, both had issues, either firmware or windows driver. If the windows driver does not update correctly, you'll need to make sure you have a saved restore point or else windows would not boot. On the positive side, comparing the P1 (gen3) to my 980 pro (gen4), within windows and gaming, it's hard to tell there are any performance gain. I think the Samsung shaves a few seconds in the game loading.
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Which chase card deal?
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this or P2 for $73 hmm. Not a heavy user
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