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Prime Members: 500GB Crucial P5 NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Solid State Drive SSD EXPIRED

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Amazon has 500GB Crucial P5 NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Solid State Drive SSD (CT500P5SSD8) on sale for $49.49 valid for Amazon Prime Members only. Shipping is free.

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I don't know if it's a prime day deal, but prime member's can get a crucial p5 500 gb nvme m.2 ssd for $49.49.

https://www.amazon.com/Crucial-50...B087QTMXS7
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More than likely your post was MERGED into the thread that came out before yours listing the same thing.

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My post was deleted even though it listed the 2 TB for 195 this morning.
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My post was deleted even though it listed the 2 TB for 195 this morning.

More than likely your post was MERGED into the thread that came out before yours listing the same thing.
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Tempted with all these nvme drives for my Synology DS918+ but most are not compatible. Anyone have recommendations for how to test if these are compatible or not? And what does compatibility involve?
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Anyone knows how this compares to more expensive Hynix drive on FP?
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Anyone knows how this compares to more expensive Hynix drive on FP?
Well if you trust userbenchmark. I have the P31 and it's about as fast as you can get for a gen3 https://ssd.userbenchmark.com/Com...vsm1217319
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I bought a WD black sn750 with the WD heatsink for 50 from warehouse in very good condition. Do I cancel that and get this?
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I bought a WD black sn750 with the WD heatsink for 50 from warehouse in very good condition. Do I cancel that and get this?
I also wondering the same thing and also between this wd sn750 and the samsung 980(non pro) which is the best?
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Anyone knows how this compares to more expensive Hynix drive on FP?

https://recorank.com/vs/crucial-p...x-gold-p31

According to that they are basically comparable but the hynix won by a couple of percentage points. See which has a longer warranty and go from there. I purchased the hynix before I saw this one so not sure which way I would have gone if I saw this one first.

Nevermind..both 5 years....see which parts of the review are important to you and which scored higher in those sections.
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https://recorank.com/vs/crucial-p...x-gold-p31

According to that they are basically comparable but the hynix won by a couple of percentage points. See which has a longer warranty and go from there. I purchased the hynix before I saw this one so not sure which way I would have gone if I saw this one first.
I like 95% of other people here aren't going to be moving files around all day. So imo, this would be the better deal.

Also, the price listed on Amazon is actually 91 dollars.
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If I'm not mistaken I think the main selling point for the P31 is the power efficiency for laptops/notebooks.
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Huh, the 1 TB went down since this morning. I got the 2 TB when it was $195
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This is arguably just as good as the P2 deal that just died. Faster + better reliability.
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how would this be as an external ssd for an xbox one x?
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