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2TB TeamGroup AX2 3D NAND 2.5" SATA III Internal Solid State Drive EXPIRED

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TeamGroup Inc. via Amazon has 2TB TeamGroup AX2 SATA III 3D NAND TLC Internal SSD (T253A3002T0C101) on sale for $98.99. Shipping is free.

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  • Uses SATA III 6Gb/s transfer interface.
  • Read/write speed up to 550/500 MB/s.
  • Includes a 3-year or 1,600 TBW (Terabytes Written) limited warranty.

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Invisithorne asked this question on 09-27-2022 at 02:42 PM
09-27-2022 at 02:42 PM
Yes, you’ll just have to format it. BUT, you can’t play Series X games from it because it lacks the velocity architecture. Good for storing and playing your XBox One library though.

I personally use a Sabrent USB 3.0 case that supports UASP. Can be had for about $10 on Amazon.

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Since both are up on the site right now: CX2 has wear-leveling & ECC... AX2 has both of those, plus SMART & Trim features
That first sentence feels a bit aggressive. I'm guessing the person asking the question meant an m.2 SATA drive. Wouldn't be the first time I've seen someone make that mistake

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Since both are up on the site right now: CX2 has wear-leveling & ECC... AX2 has both of those, plus SMART & Trim features
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my crucial 1tb mx500 is rated at 360tbw and 4 years old. has about 100gb free. and this ax2 2tb has a 1600tbw, would this be a good replacement?
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If you are thinking at this one, for $8 more I would get their 2Tb Elite version...
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Can someone smarter than me, please tell me how many HDDs can my PC handle? I have 3 already (m.2, normal HDD and one extra SSD). My pc is Alienware Aurora R7 with 1080. Not sure about my PSU, but I'm kinda afraid it can't handle much more stuff.
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Can someone smarter than me, please tell me how many HDDs can my PC handle? I have 3 already (m.2, normal HDD and one extra SSD). My pc is Alienware Aurora R7 with 1080. Not sure about my PSU, but I'm kinda afraid it can't handle much more stuff.
it can handle as many open ports as you have available. SSD's use very little power since there are no moving parts. and HDD would require more power since its spinning disc and arm reading the disc (like a record player).
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i have a few teamgroup ssds, no issues
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If you are thinking at this one, for $8 more I would get their 2Tb Elite version...
Why? Better controller or dram or something?
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I've been using TeamGroup's memory for years and I dont think I have had 1 issue. I only have a couple TeamGroup SSD's. This model, just in a 256GB version. They've both been fine as boot drives for over 3 years now.
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Can someone smarter than me, please tell me how many HDDs can my PC handle? I have 3 already (m.2, normal HDD and one extra SSD). My pc is Alienware Aurora R7 with 1080. Not sure about my PSU, but I'm kinda afraid it can't handle much more stuff.
If it's not the one from Walmart, you should be fine. The two that Walmart has sold during previous holidays, you might want to consider upgrading the power supply.
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Where are the M.2 SATA 3 deals??
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Would these work with my Xbox Series X? If so, any recs on an external case?
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Where are the NVME SATA 3 deals??
Don't think there were EVER any deals on those.
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