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1TB SAMSUNG 980 NVMe Internal Solid State Drive (MZ-V8V1T0B)

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Amazon has 1TB SAMSUNG 980 NVMe Internal Solid State Drive (MZ-V8V1T0B) on sale for $99.99. Shipping is free.

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  • 3,000MB/s Seq. writes

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CrayPharma asked this question on 11-23-2021 at 11:23 AM
11-24-2021 at 07:29 PM
I've been having lots of blue screens with the WD drive. Going to try this one to see if resolves.

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What are you planning on doing with it? My boot drive (960 EVO NVME) has been powered on for 12775 hours. That is 532 full 24 hour days of power on time. So far it has 29.8TB written. At this rate, 600 tbw would be 29 years of 24/7 operation. (although this 960 EVO 1TB version is rated at 400 TBW)
Not the 980 Pro, so no DRAM. But still a good deal.

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Not the 980 Pro, so no DRAM. But still a good deal.
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Not the 980 Pro, so no DRAM. But still a good deal.
What is DRAM and why is it important?
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What is DRAM and why is it important?
Check this out. [youtube.com]
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Only 600 tbw :-(

What are you planning on doing with it? My boot drive (960 EVO NVME) has been powered on for 12775 hours. That is 532 full 24 hour days of power on time. So far it has 29.8TB written. At this rate, 600 tbw would be 29 years of 24/7 operation. (although this 960 EVO 1TB version is rated at 400 TBW)
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Which one is better the previous wd black sn750 se or Samsung 980?
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Also 10% back if you have an Amazon Prime credit card
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Is this good for laptop? Looking to add more storage in my alienware r5 m15. Also if you have edu account, samsung.com selling this at $94.99.
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I have it in my cart already. Does my PS5 finally get an SSD? lol How are these for the PS5? yhay or ney? TIA

edit: nvm it's slow
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Not the 980 Pro, so no DRAM. But still a good deal.
Seems right now we are in a ddr4 glut, no one's building computers cuz there's no GPu and amd doesn't have a low priced apu, and Intel is too buisy pleasing their shareholders killing the earth with space heaters.

You would think they would have just included DDR instead of slc and gave us pci 3.0 but the sn850 took ole Sam by Surprise!
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