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WD Blue 3D 1TB SSD SATA III 6Gb/s 2.5"/7mm Solid State Drive $80.74

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Cheapest this has been?
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Targeted? It says my email doesn't qualify for the code.
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Targeted? It says my email doesn't qualify for the code.
same here
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The code shows correct price while logged into newegg, until I press secure checkout then it says opps
"The email address associated with your account is not eligible for promo code BTEEBSE22"

It then shows final total of $216.49 on Amazon total with tax and everything $185.26

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The code shows correct price while logged into newegg, until I press secure checkout then it says opps
"The email address associated with your account is not eligible for promo code BTEEBSE22"

It then shows final total of $216.49 on Amazon total with tax and everything $185.26

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this one got me too. bummer. been wanting a decent price on a 4tb sata ssd.
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Targeted. Could not replicate deal.
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Same here. Wonder what the stipulations were to get targeted with this coupon.
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Never ever ever ever ever buy a blue. It's their garbage, budget line. Absolute trash. Black or go elsewhere. Green is energy efficient low performance, blue is budget line crap, black is performance, and red is NAS/backup drive line. Again, this is trash. 7 very enthusiastic thumbs down at any price. This is the trash they put in Walmart laptops from Toshiba. You've been warned. (Insert comments from people that haven't been working on computers for decades as a profession here, I'm ready... And... Go...)
Dude, it's a SATA drive. And it's based on TLC 3D NAND, not QLC, with a 5-year warranty. It's perfectly fine for a data drive, or I guess even a primary drive if you can't use an NVMe SSD. WD doesn't even make a Black version of SATA SSDs, because it would be almost completely pointless, since the crappiest modern SSD can saturate the SATA bus in the vast majority of workloads.
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Never ever ever ever ever buy a blue. It's their garbage, budget line. Absolute trash. Black or go elsewhere. Green is energy efficient low performance, blue is budget line crap, black is performance, and red is NAS/backup drive line. Again, this is trash. 7 very enthusiastic thumbs down at any price. This is the trash they put in Walmart laptops from Toshiba. You've been warned. (Insert comments from people that haven't been working on computers for decades as a profession here, I'm ready... And... Go...)
If this is your way of establishing credibility and expecting others to take your word for it, you did a pretty poor job. Can you give us more details? Cite any articles/studies that show how bad they are? Or are we just supposed to take your rant as gospel? I'm not defending the product here, but if this is as bad as you say it is, I'd like to know more. If it's simply because you had a couple bad experiences that frustrated you, anecdotal evidence isn't credible.
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Had a 7 yr old i5 desktop crap out due to failed HDD, looking for a inexpensive SSD, thought i could find another $60 deal for a 500GB samsung Evo 960 here but prices seem to have skyrocketed! Anyone recommend this as a reliable system drive?
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I've upgraded hundreds of business use old Dell OptiPlex drives with WD blue SATA SSDs over the years (mostly 512 GB). I have yet to have a failure. I am not claiming they are the best, but they have been reliable for me.
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Dude, it's a SATA drive. And it's based on TLC 3D NAND, not QLC, with a 5-year warranty. It's perfectly fine for a data drive, or I guess even a primary drive if you can't use an NVMe SSD. WD doesn't even make a Black version of SATA SSDs, because it would be almost completely pointless, since the crappiest modern SSD can saturate the SATA bus in the vast majority of workloads.
Agreed. I have one in my PS4, nothing wrong with this.
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Had a 7 yr old i5 desktop crap out due to failed HDD, looking for a inexpensive SSD, thought i could find another $60 deal for a 500GB samsung Evo 960 here but prices seem to have skyrocketed! Anyone recommend this as a reliable system drive?
If your system can't support an NVMe drive (and if it's 7 years old, it probably can't), this drive should be perfectly fine as a system drive, and this is a good price if you can get the discount.
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