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2TB WD BLACK SN850 PCIe 4.0x4 M.2 2280 NVMe SSD, R/W 7000/5300 MBps @ $230.07 + F/S

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  • Model: WDS200T1X0E (BLACK SN850 NVMe)
  • Interface: PCI-Express 4.0 x4
  • Max Sequential Read/Write: Up to 7000/5300 MBpS
  • 4KB Random Read/Write: Up to 1,000,000 IOPS / 710,000 IOPS
  • MTTF: 1.75M Hours
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Showing as $240 for me
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Showing as $240 for me
Yeah, same for me
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Be careful on Amazon of 3rd part sellers. I needed one for a build and ended up paying about 250 which is still a great price. Several 3rd parties had it about $15-20 cheaper, but didn't have a long feedback history of good comments.
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Also keep in mind there is the "with Heatsink" and without. This is the "without."
Normally at the heatsink model goes for about $20 more. The "heatsink" model is still a lot more on Amazon ($290 which had been around the standard pricing for a while, usually $280-300).

You can buy your own heatsink for $6-12 from other sellers but I thought it was worth it for me to get the one with it set up that way by the manufacturer. I bought mine from BB for about $280 with the original heatsink. I'd agree with the warning about 3d-party sellers for any memory product and in general not worth the risk.
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$240 now on WD site. But you can use edu discount for 15% off which comes out to $204. Then another 5% CB from a specific site, which puts it around $195 (which may or may not work with the edu discount).
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$240 now on WD site. But you can use edu discount for 15% off which comes out to $204. Then another 5% CB from a specific site, which puts it around $195 (which may or may not work with the edu discount).
Well does it?
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Quote from int-zbz :
$240 now on WD site. But you can use edu discount for 15% off which comes out to $204. Then another 5% CB from a specific site, which puts it around $195 (which may or may not work with the edu discount).
Doesn't work unfortunately. Edu code discounts off original price. Does not combine with promo on WD site.
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