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1TB SK hynix Gold P31 M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD $114.99 @ amazon.com

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Make sure to click "Save an extra $20.00 when you apply this coupon". (Coupon seems only be available if you have not previously used the coupon.)

Regular price $134.99 - $20 coupon = $114.99

Coupons also available for 500GB and 2TB versions.
  • 500GB SK hynix Gold P31 M.2 PCIe NVMe $59.99
  • 1TB SK hynix Gold P31 M.2 PCIe NVMe $114.99
  • 2TB SK hynix Gold P31 M.2 PCIe NVMe $264.99
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Waiting for the $108 deal to come back to grab another one
https://slickdeals.net/f/15107629-prime-members-1tb-sk-hynix-gold-s31-nvme-pcie-m-2-solid-state-drive-ssd-108-free-s-h?src=SiteSearchV2Algo1

But good price if you need it now.
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Can anyone help me? I need like a 500gb or more SSD that can fit in the hard drive place in a laptop. I don't think there's any way to use this in place of a sata hard drive is there? Thanks I'm trying to not get ripped off but I need it bad cause I think my drive being totally full is what's stopping my games from loading.
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Can anyone help me? I need like a 500gb or more SSD that can fit in the hard drive place in a laptop. I don't think there's any way to use this in place of a sata hard drive is there? Thanks I'm trying to not get ripped off but I need it bad cause I think my drive being totally full is what's stopping my games from loading.
Just look on Amz for any SSD that isn't NVME and they should work. You can just do a search for 500GB SSD and plenty should come up.
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Just look on Amz for any SSD that isn't NVME and they should work. You can just do a search for 500GB SSD and plenty should come up.
Alright I found the same exact version of this one but in the 2.5" version on Amz from the same seller as this I think and it was 1tb for $100.
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Alright I found the same exact version of this one but in the 2.5" version on Amz from the same seller as this I think and it was 1tb for $100.
That's the SK hynix Gold S31 1TB SATA [amazon.com]. And there is a coupon available on that one as well, bring the price for the 1TB from $104.99 to $94.99.
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Yeah that's the one. For me it was $101 actually with the coupon and tax.
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Beware! Their after-sale service is horrible/non-existent. The SSD I bought started malfunctioning after Amazon's 30-day return period and after I contacted SK Hynix, they kept asking me to contact Amazon (!). Once I contacted Amazon, Amazon said it's not common to return after 30 days and it will have a restocking fee. I reached out to SK Hynix again and then they started giving me a run-around again until I gave up after 7 back-and-forth emails.
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Damn, I wish the price for the 2tb was lower, like closer to 200. I guess I'll have to go with the mushkin for now.
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Beware! Their after-sale service is horrible/non-existent. The SSD I bought started malfunctioning after Amazon's 30-day return period and after I contacted SK Hynix, they kept asking me to contact Amazon (!). Once I contacted Amazon, Amazon said it's not common to return after 30 days and it will have a restocking fee. I reached out to SK Hynix again and then they started giving me a run-around again until I gave up after 7 back-and-forth emails.
Wow that's unbelievable. Too bad I was looking forward to using it. Now maybe I'll return it right away. What do you recommend?
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Wow that's unbelievable. Too bad I was looking forward to using it. Now maybe I'll return it right away. What do you recommend?
I care about warranty so I personally wouldn't buy a product with bad warranty.
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Wow that's unbelievable. Too bad I was looking forward to using it. Now maybe I'll return it right away. What do you recommend?
brantgooseWow that's unbelievable. Too bad I was looking forward to using it. Now maybe I'll return it right away. What do you recommend?
I have 2 of the M.2 1TB version which I have been using it for a past year with no issues. SK Hynix drives stays extremely cool under load and they rarely go bad. LivelyTrain is a troll that leaves that same comment on every SK Hynix post, buy it you won't regret it
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wonderful offer glad I saw this
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Any idea how this compare to a much cheaper Team Group MP33 for $93? https://www.newegg.com/team-group...6820331563
I don't need any great performance, it will mainly need to store photos and movies so reliability is more important. I would get HDD but I don't a slot for that.
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I am returning the SK hynix Gold P31 1TB I bought. Not because it isn't functioning incorrectly, it is working quite well, but because of potential issues with obtaining warranty service in the future.

The printed "SK hynix terms and conditions" that was included with the product states (bold emphasize mine):
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"To qualify for warranty service, a proof of purchase and a certificate of authenticity that was provided at the time of the purchase must be provided. SK hynix will not provide any warranty coverage if the purchaser fails to provide a certificate of authenticity."
However, no "certificate of authenticity" was provided with the SSD. I contacted SK hynix directly and asked them to provide one and even though they sold it to me (they were/are the seller on amazon) and I gave them the serial number of the SSD and they verified it as authentic, they refused to provide me with a "certificate of authenticity". I contacted amazon and was hoping they would lean on SK hynix to provide one and they did not.
Although the SSD is working fine now, I am not sure I want to risk being refused warranty service in the future because I don't have a "certificate of authenticity", so I will return the SSD.
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