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Samsung 870 QVO 2.5" Solid State Drive: 1TB $85, 2TB $162, 4TB $306, 8TB EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has Samsung 870 QVO 2.5" Solid State Drives on sale listed below when you apply promo code EMCEYSU47 during checkout. Shipping is free.

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  • 8TB (MZ-77Q8T0B/AM) $594.99
  • 4TB (MZ-77Q4T0B/AM) $305.99
  • 2TB (MZ-77Q2T0B/AM) $161.49
  • 1TB (MZ-77Q1T0B/AM) $84.99

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The code is one-time use only. Use it on any select SSD that newegg offers.

This is as cheap as it's gonna get for now. I was waiting for this particular drive to go down another $100. Thankfully, this coupon made it so I don't have to wait until the end of the year.

8TB $699.99 -> $595
4TB $360 -> $306
2TB $190 -> $161.5
1TB $100 -> $85

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hukeshchandu asked this question on 07-26-2021 at 09:54 AM
07-26-2021 at 09:54 AM
Potentially a great nas choice as it would allow you to combine something like zfs plus parity storage for multiple levels of redundancy without the huge performance penalty you’d pay doing that with spindle storage.
07-26-2021 at 09:54 AM
If you are writing to your nas daily such as using it for a media server probably not. These do not have that long of a longevity but that said avg person probably won't kill this thing using it everyday for like 5 years. If it's just for archive use, totally fine.

edit: looks like on the 8tb version it's got really high endurance rating.
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07-26-2021 at 09:54 AM
SSD is probably over kill for Soho NAS.

In the Enterprise space we only use SSD NAS arrays when we have dozens of crazy fast network connection like 40/50/100/200Gbs and pushing serious amounts of IOPs coming from either many hosts or HPC cluster.

SATA drives are usually more than fast enough for SOHO nas devices with a few slow 1/2.5/10Gbe network connections coming from just a couple normal hosts.
07-26-2021 at 09:55 AM
1 or 2 of them may be good as a really large cache (if you’re using massive drives…16TB+ in a rather large NAS 8-16 drive), but for the most part, you’re not going to get a good value out of these in a NAS bc you’re paying a very high PPG (price per GB) for it. Even in a caching situation, you’d likely be better off using smaller nvme drives, if your NAS supports it, than using these and they’d be far less expensive.

These are quite nice for DAS use cases, and if you can get several of them in RAID then you can run quite a few very responsive VMs.

Or, if you have the money and a 10Gb/s setup, sure, run a ton of them in a NAS. That would certainly be great, but you’ll never see the benefit of these on 1Gb/s outside of maybe caching, which is frankly marginal if you’re just storing files.
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This is an amazing deal. I own one and use it heavily. The drive is a beast and Samsung QLC is rock solid. Forget waiting for BF, if you need storage just buy it.
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That definition of NAS's purpose is new to me. I have a tiny cluster of computers using NAS for shared storage for computations and prototyping for development before moving the pipelines into the cloud that can surely use a hardware like this over the network.

What about home security systems or DVR?

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Does samsung, western digital, or Seagate make any spindle drives that are sata 2.5" form factor and are 4TB+? I cannot find any and would really be a cheaper alternative for my laptop. I run the os on my nvme and store data on the spindle drive.
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Does samsung, western digital, or Seagate make any spindle drives that are sata 2.5" form factor and are 4TB+? I cannot find any and would really be a cheaper alternative for my laptop. I run the os on my nvme and store data on the spindle drive.
Absolutely they do, I have a 5TB (it is on the thicker side so it would likely not fit a lot of laptops, but I have it in my ITX desktop build)... Are they out of stock due to the chip storage?
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This is an amazing deal. I own one and use it heavily. The drive is a beast and Samsung QLC is rock solid. Forget waiting for BF, if you need storage just buy it.
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Are these good for Synology NAS?
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Absolutely they do, I have a 5TB (it is on the thicker side so it would likely not fit a lot of laptops, but I have it in my ITX desktop build)... Are they out of stock due to the chip storage?
Now that I recall, maybe I was looking for WD and Samsung ones. Looks like only Seagate with 5tb 2.5" one. Thanks!
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Are these good for Synology NAS?
This seems like an overkill for a NAS storage as they (NAS) are meant to mainly archive data. maybe if you're going to run a VM off it, then it would be a good investment.
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Been waiting SSD to reach 8TB. At this price, I would not be surprised if hardware storage and backup manufacturers don't start to take advantage of them.
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Also, there's 5% cash back if you pay using PayPal with your Discover It credit card this quarter (July 1st - September 30)
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This seems like an overkill for a NAS storage as they (NAS) are meant to mainly archive data. maybe if you're going to run a VM off it, then it would be a good investment.
That definition of NAS's purpose is new to me. I have a tiny cluster of computers using NAS for shared storage for computations and prototyping for development before moving the pipelines into the cloud that can surely use a hardware like this over the network.

What about home security systems or DVR?
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Absolutely they do, I have a 5TB (it is on the thicker side so it would likely not fit a lot of laptops, but I have it in my ITX desktop build)... Are they out of stock due to the chip storage?
Okay. Did some more searching, apparently Seagate 5tb drives are 2.5" and THICK so it won't fit laptops. So that must be for small desktops. A measly 2tb is all I can find for laptops. What a shame
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Been waiting SSD to reach 8TB. At this price, I would not be surprised if hardware storage and backup manufacturers don't start to take advantage of them.
For enterprise SANs 15tb+ ssds have been out for several years they are starting to utilize qlc drives now as well for tier 2 storage
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$600 for this awesomeness or a used third-rate video card?
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Quote from hukeshchandu :
Are these good for Synology NAS?
Potentially a great nas choice as it would allow you to combine something like zfs plus parity storage for multiple levels of redundancy without the huge performance penalty you'd pay doing that with spindle storage.
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