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1TB PCIe M.2 NVMe Solid State Drive SSDs: Crucial P2 $84, SanDisk Ultra EXPIRED

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Best Buy has select 1TB PCIe M.2 NVMe Solid State Drive SSD on sale listed below from $79.99. Shipping is free, otherwise, select free curbside pickup as an alterative option.

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  • The SanDisk Ultra M.2 SSD is a great price/value if you're in the market for NVMe drive
  • Up to read speeds of 2,400MB/s & up to 1,950MB/s write speeds
  • Extended holiday return period valid through January 16, 2022
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Last Edited by lesterhung November 23, 2021 at 03:30 PM
Never ever buy wd / sandisk. They do not honor warranty. They will just take ur drive and never send you replacement, and also refuse to send back the original drive.



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patelrahul30297 asked this question on 11-22-2021 at 10:53 AM
11-22-2021 at 10:53 AM
No, I would spend more and get more durable SSDs for caching. If you have a cache drive not in raid 1 and one fails then goodbye to your data
11-29-2021 at 10:33 AM
What would an example of a more durable SSD be? Looking at it as a primary drive on a laptop including OS.
12-22-2021 at 06:57 PM
It would be OK for "read only" cache. That just replicates data on the NAS hard drives, and you won't lose any data if the SSD fails. (For "read + write" cache, always use a pair of SSDs in RAID 1 mirror.)
kvl19 asked this question on 11-22-2021 at 10:44 AM
11-22-2021 at 10:44 AM
No, also the coupon is in-store only, I believe.
11-23-2021 at 06:49 AM
WD & SanDisk only. Did work on the 14tb WD easystore, expect to spend about 20-30mins on them finding the coupon.
tinnitus85 asked this question on 11-22-2021 at 10:58 AM
11-22-2021 at 10:58 AM
Personally I'd go for the Crucial P5 as it has a higher read/write speed.
bahgee asked this question on 11-22-2021 at 10:52 AM
11-22-2021 at 11:52 AM
No the SteamDeck uses a 2230 ssd
sreejith80s asked this question on 11-22-2021 at 10:52 AM
11-23-2021 at 07:45 PM
You need an extra adapter.
And after you install osx on it, make sure to config its power plan or your macbook pro will fail on sleep.
EagerHamster4879 asked this question on 11-24-2021 at 01:20 PM
11-24-2021 at 01:20 PM
Short answer, yes. Depending on what you're storing, and what kind of speed you want from the secondary drive. If all you have is pictures and video, or bulk storage. Then really, a mechanical hard drive is far cheaper cost/gigabyte. That said, the SanDisk would be more suited for a secondary storage drive than a OS boot drive.

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SanDisk is a subsidiary brand of Western Digital, and the SanDisk Ultra appears to just be a rebranded WD SN550. Since the two drives are identical, you should get the SanDisk over the WD and save yourself $5.
P5 runs too hot for a laptop.
That sandisk is a great deal, will bring old pc to life and keep up with 95% of users out there speed requirements!! There will always be picky naysayers who only want the latest and greatest gen4 or higher but all of these are really good!

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Any suggestions on which is best for laptops?
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Any suggestions on which is best for laptops?
Personally I'd go for the Crucial P5 as it has a higher read/write speed.
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Personally I'd go for the Crucial P5 as it has a higher read/write speed.
P5 runs too hot for a laptop.
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SanDisk is a subsidiary brand of Western Digital, and the SanDisk Ultra appears to just be a rebranded WD SN550. Since the two drives are identical, you should get the SanDisk over the WD and save yourself $5.
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That sandisk is a great deal, will bring old pc to life and keep up with 95% of users out there speed requirements!! There will always be picky naysayers who only want the latest and greatest gen4 or higher but all of these are really good!
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Ps5 upgrade?
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Ps5 upgrade?
Pci3 too slow. And they increased prices on pci4 ones. The SN850 was $199 a week ago and now $249 for "Black Friday sale"
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p2 2tb at 160 is really tempting, amazon price matched it. would love to get it and pull my 2tb old spinners before they die. they have to be 10+ years old by now
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Personally I'd go for the Crucial P5 as it has a higher read/write speed.
I heard their P2 got neutered. Do you know if the P5 is still as fast as it should be?
https://www.tomshardware.com/feat...-downgrade
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That sandisk is a great deal, will bring old pc to life and keep up with 95% of users out there speed requirements!! There will always be picky naysayers who only want the latest and greatest gen4 or higher but all of these are really good!
The only downside I can see with that Sandisk/WD is the 600 TBW lifespan rating (not terrible, just not great)
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The only downside I can see with that Sandisk/WD is the 600 TBW lifespan rating (not terrible, just not great)
That's normal for TLC 1TB endurance. Crucial P2 1TB has 150TBW.
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