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Prime Exclusive: INLAND 8TB Gaming Performance Plus Gen 4 NVMe M.2 SSD (with Heatsink, Read/Write Speed 7000MB/s and 5800MB/s) $1100 + Free Shipping

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Microcenter via Amazon [amazon.com]has Prime Exclusive: INLAND 8TB Gaming Performance Plus Gen 4 NVMe M.2 SSD (with Heatsink, Read/Write Speed 7000MB/s and 5800MB/s) $1099.99. Shipping is free
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  • Capacity: 8TB
  • Interface: PCIe GEN 4X4
  • Read Speed up to: 7000MB/s
  • Write Speed up to: 5800MB/s
  • IOPS: Up to 850K Read, 950K Write
  • TBW Rating: 6000TB
  • Form Factor: M.2 2280 M Key
  • Includes Removable Heatsink
  • Windows 8, 10 &11
  • 6-Year Warranty
  • Note: This 8TB SSD is NOT compatible with PS5. Sony's PlayStation 5 does not support internal SSD over 4TB.
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Wow, cheap at twice the price!
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Microcenter sells goods on amazon now?
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Quote from mvpcrossxover :
Microcenter sells goods on amazon now?
I'm shook.

https://www.amazon.com/sp?ie=UTF8...ulfilled=1
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an 8TB gaming performance hd? Inland's marketing team needs to work on their advertising... cant say I ever met or knew a gamer who needs 8TB to game lol. Unless they are playing game rips from the beginning of time until now. I would probably market this under extended storage/RAID/server/File server/homelab/ anything else but gaming, but to each their own https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...ilies/wink.gif
You haven't played many survival games it would seem. ARK with it's DLC's is over 200gb

Also with new UE5 games coming up this next year 8k textures etc...will be a thing and the new norm for games will probably be over 100GB so honestly 8TB seems small now given the amount of games I personally have or my friends do in their steam libraries.

Also you forget we are now living in the world of the $1700 dollar video card. Man I miss the days when $299 for a graphics card was mainstream.
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I would love an 8TB NVME boot drive, but NOT at this price. 🥶
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Considering a 4TB costs $300-400, 8TB drives are still way too expensive per TB. Might be halfway reasonable if it were a few hundred less though.
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16tb or bust /s
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I can hobble a pcie version for about $650 using enterprise drives. Also wouldn't require pcie bifurcation. Would have some speed limits at maybe x8.
So, unless you need that m.2 version, Google around
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Quote from mvpcrossxover :
Microcenter sells goods on amazon now?
yeah but not CPUs deals like instore Mad
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Greed. Stop making the fab in Taiwan and see how the prices come down.
Yeah, make them in the US and see how prices come down huh
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who makes inland drives?
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