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1TB Crucial P2 PCIe M.2 2280 NVMe Internal Solid State Drive EXPIRED

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Best Buy has 1TB Crucial P2 PCIe M.2 2280 NVMe Internal Solid State Drive SSD (CT1000P2SSD8) on sale for $73.49. Shipping is free or select free store / curbside pickup where available.

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About this product:
  • Ideal for everyday computing and/or gaming.
  • Total capacity: 1 Terabyte (1,000 Gigabytes)
  • Interface: PCIe Gen 3 x4
  • Form Factor: M.2 2280
  • Maximum Read Speed: 2400 megabytes per second
  • Maximum Write Speed: 1900 megabytes per second

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  • About this deal:
    • Offer ends June 23, 2021 or while supplies last.
    • This price matches the previous Frontpage Deal from Amazon earlier today (here).
    • This deal is $76.50 off (51% savings) the retail list price of $149.99.
    • Our research indicates that this offer is $41.51 lower (36% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $115 and higher.
  • Ratings & Reviews:
    • This drive currently has a respectable 4.5 out of 5 star rating based on 40 customer reviews on Best Buy.
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Best Buy has 1TB Crucial P2 NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Solid State Drive SSD (CT1000P2SSD8) on sale for $73.49 with Free Shipping. For those who missed the Amazon deal with the same price.

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/cruc...Id=6432875
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If something is mission critical, then one should have drive redundancy (RAID possibly) and regular backups configured. All drives have the potential of failure and nothing is a replacement for a good backup strategy.
+1. It amazes me how people think that if they have the best drive, they do not need a backup.
looks like P5 has double life of P2, worth extra $20 ish?

https://seekingtech.com/crucial-n...-p2-vs-p5/

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Thank you. I was disappointed I missed the Amazon deal.

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Good deal, but not a robust drive. If you're using your setup for anything mission critical, data intensive, or plan on keeping your rig for more than five years, be cautious about saving a few bucks today only to lose most/all your data down the line. At the very least, use S.M.A.R.T. reporting, use the drive in AHCI mode and use Crucials drive monitor software or check monthly in PowerShell for drive health, and follow a strict data backup schedule. Just my opinion.
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Thank you so much! You made my day OP!
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Quote from btrig :
Good deal, but not a robust drive. If you're using your setup for anything mission critical, data intensive, or plan on keeping your rig for more than five years, be cautious about saving a few bucks today only to lose most/all your data down the line. At the very least, use S.M.A.R.T. reporting, use the drive in AHCI mode and use Crucials drive monitor software or check monthly in PowerShell for drive health, and follow a strict data backup schedule. Just my opinion.
If something is mission critical, then one should have drive redundancy (RAID possibly) and regular backups configured. All drives have the potential of failure and nothing is a replacement for a good backup strategy.
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Quote from nightowl2k2 :
If something is mission critical, then one should have drive redundancy (RAID possibly) and regular backups configured. All drives have the potential of failure and nothing is a replacement for a good backup strategy.
+1. It amazes me how people think that if they have the best drive, they do not need a backup.
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Newegg is selling for 50 cents more:
https://www.newegg.com/crucial-1t...6820156252
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This drive has been terrific in my gaming rig. Sweet deal at this price.
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looks like P5 has double life of P2, worth extra $20 ish?

https://seekingtech.com/crucial-n...-p2-vs-p5/
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+1. It amazes me how people think that if they have the best drive, they do not need a backup.
And offsite or cloud back up.
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Newegg is selling for 50 cents more:
https://www.newegg.com/crucial-1t...6820156252
never shop at newegg anymore, they make you pay return shipping even if the item is defective.
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+1. It amazes me how people think that if they have the best drive, they do not need a backup.
More hilarious is people talking about "mission critical" in regards to consumer SSD drives. I love these drives for my gaming rig, but nothing like this goes in a "real" server.
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Quote from btrig :
Good deal, but not a robust drive. If you're using your setup for anything mission critical, data intensive, or plan on keeping your rig for more than five years, be cautious about saving a few bucks today only to lose most/all your data down the line. At the very least, use S.M.A.R.T. reporting, use the drive in AHCI mode and use Crucials drive monitor software or check monthly in PowerShell for drive health, and follow a strict data backup schedule. Just my opinion.
Anyone keeping a machine over 4-5years should at least replace the drive. SSD or HDD. Keep as emergency backup. We replace all of our clients drives every 4 years if they don't cycle out machine.
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Looks like its store pickup now.
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