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1TB Intel 670p Series M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe 3.0 x4 Solid State Drive EXPIRED

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PCIe is the interface, M.2 is the connector. It uses PCI express lanes, but an M.2 pin plug. This is to clarify that it is not an M.2 SATA drive which uses the M.2 plug with a SATA interface (much slower).
Spec not too bad 3500/2500/370TBW
Samsung 980 3500/3000/600TBW.

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Must resist/laugh out loudLMAO

Cloned the new WD 750 SE and it is perfect in everyway.

Those deals are gone for now and this looks very interesting!Smilie
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Must resist/laugh out loudLMAO

Cloned the new WD 750 SE and it is perfect in everyway.

Those deals are gone for now and this looks intteresting!Smilie
I picked up a 750 SE too but thinking about returning it as the speeds are very slow for a 4th gen
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How good/ bad is this drive?
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Spec not too bad 3500/2500/370TBW
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Samsung 980 3500/3000/600TBW.
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Ok, after I bought the WD I did some more research. Still a keeper at $94.

But read the link below for the WD750SE for yourself.

https://www.techadvisor.com/revie...e-3807534/

Seems its a 4.0 and not a 4x4. Confusing?????

Well iWD 750 SE is a quality product but the OP intel at $80 is probably the best deal as of today. Also direct from Newegg!

Intel 670P, Corsair 600, and Sammy 980 would be my final list as of today. Just keep an eye open for WD deals. It looks like they all are 600TB write after some research..

Add this one to the list!
https://slickdeals.net/f/15475852-1tb-msi-spatium-m470-m-2-2280-pcie-4-0-nvme-5000-4400-mb-s-internal-ssd-back-in-stock-74-99?src=frontpage
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Samsung 980 3500/3000/600TBW.

Noticed that and the price is droping.

But what is this and is it true for the Corsair???? $115 at some sites!

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The MP600 CORE reliably stores your data through years of use with endurance up to 1,440TB Written. That's over 100 years of typical usage!*
Corsair

OK at $80 for the intel 670p which is a quality drive. N41

This is the WAY!
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Is this good for a laptop?
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Noticed that and the price is droping.

But what is this and is it true????



OK at $80 this is a reliable quality drive.

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I'm confused. You quoted a bit about the Corsair MP600's endurance and then commented that at $80 this is a reliable drive.

The MP600 from Corsair isn't $80 somewhere is it?

Yes the Corsair has high reliability. But the prices I see for it are in the $150-200 range for 1TB.

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Is this good for a laptop?
Should be OK. But you need to make sure your laptop has an open slot for this format.
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Will this work in a PS5?
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Why does everything on Newegg still need promo codes? Feels so 2000s style of sale
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Will this work in a PS5?
It doesn't meet Sony's requirements.
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