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TBH 500MB/sec is still fast enough for 99% of people. At 1000 MB/sec, moving 170GB (my last export) takes ~3 minutes. At 500 MB/sec, it instead takes ~6 minutes.

Even if you move the whole 1TB, we're talking about the difference of ~15 minutes.

I'm not important enough that 15 mins is worth $30, especially when I can just leave it and do something else
This is ok for storage purposes. Just keep in mind that this only goes up to ~500MB/sec as opposed to 1000MB/sec in the newer ones if you care about speed.

In some cases it may even be better to just buy a cheap 1TB NVME stick and an enclosure instead.

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Great Black Friday pricing, compared to $99.99 at Amazon.

Part#: SDSSDE30-1T00-G25

https://www.westerndigital.com/pr...sb-3-2-ssd
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This is ok for storage purposes. Just keep in mind that this only goes up to ~500MB/sec as opposed to 1000MB/sec in the newer ones if you care about speed.

In some cases it may even be better to just buy a cheap 1TB NVME stick and an enclosure instead.
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What is best to buy can any one suggest
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it may be true Amazon is pricing this same model at $99 but at $99 at Amazon you might consider buying the sandisk extreme version which is 1050 MBps and 5 year warranty (the regular non-extreme has 3 yr. warranty) so $59 is pretty good price if the fastest speed isn't critical.
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Quote from ronako :
This is ok for storage purposes. Just keep in mind that this only goes up to ~500MB/sec as opposed to 1000MB/sec in the newer ones if you care about speed.

In some cases it may even be better to just buy a cheap 1TB NVME stick and an enclosure instead.
TBH 500MB/sec is still fast enough for 99% of people. At 1000 MB/sec, moving 170GB (my last export) takes ~3 minutes. At 500 MB/sec, it instead takes ~6 minutes.

Even if you move the whole 1TB, we're talking about the difference of ~15 minutes.

I'm not important enough that 15 mins is worth $30, especially when I can just leave it and do something else
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As others have pointed out, this is the slower version, not the faster extreme version that was on sale lately for $145-150 for 2TB
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Quote from KorgGamer69 :
TBH 500MB/sec is still fast enough for 99% of people. At 1000 MB/sec, moving 170GB (my last export) takes ~3 minutes. At 500 MB/sec, it instead takes ~6 minutes.

Even if you move the whole 1TB, we're talking about the difference of ~15 minutes.

I'm not important enough that 15 mins is worth $30, especially when I can just leave it and do something else
It depends on the purpose....like I said, for storage it's enough. But some people might try and use this as a live drive to import/edit videos off of and that's where the 1000Mb/sec can make a difference.
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What's recommended for a good Playstation extra drive?
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It depends on the purpose....like I said, for storage it's enough. But some people might try and use this as a live drive to import/edit videos off of and that's where the 1000Mb/sec can make a difference.
You make a fair point, so the people who actually need a faster ssd should consider what you're mentioning. To bring back your first comment of it being "ok for storage purpose", I would agree with @KorgGamer69 statement about 99% of people will be fine with it, since 500MB/sec could easily run an OS way better than a traditional HDD or a portable USB at this price range and storage.
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What's recommended for a good Playstation extra drive?
I've been using a WD_BLACK with great results. Speed, reliability, durability. Granted, mine is SSD but that's not exactly 'needed' when playing. I haven't noticed a significant lag in both unless you can minimal loading times.
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has anyone been able to add the free gift (thumb drive) to the sale, without them charging for it?
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Anyone knows how to ask for Amazon to match this price? If they can, it would be easier. Any pointers?
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