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512GB Team Group MP33 M.2 2280 PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe Solid State Drive SSD

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Newegg has 512GB Team Group MP33 M.2 2280 PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe Solid State Drive SSD (TM8FP6512G0C101) on sale for $29.99. Shipping is free.

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  • Max Sequential Read: Up to 1700 MBps
  • Max Sequential Write: Up to 1400 MBps
  • Terabytes Written (TBW): 350TB

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Good enough drive. Yeah, it's got a few versions, but I don't think anyone has found any QLC drives.
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Good enough drive. Yeah, it's got a few versions, but I don't think anyone has found any QLC drives.
I got one recently, how can i check. If i remove the label it will void the warranty.
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Same pricing at Amazon it appears. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...Q2ZT&psc=1
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Man it's crazy to see how cheap SSD storage is becoming. In for one, thanks
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I got one recently, how can i check. If i remove the label it will void the warranty.
The sticker isn't that great; you can peel a bit off and take a peak at the controller and the first module and put it back on.
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Man it's crazy to see how cheap SSD storage is becoming. In for one, thanks
riiiiiight? i agree. Solid State Drives and RAM (Well RAM has always been Solid State) as well has gotten dirt cheap. I just picked up a 32gb kit of DDR4 for my laptop for 80 bucks. The last time I bought new RAM for a laptop I remember paying over 200 bucks for a 4gb kit and at the time, that was an absurd ammount of RAM I thought I was balling out of control. I mean 4gb of RAM literally maxed out what a 32bit bit Windows OS could even use! LOL times change fast.
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I wouldnt use this to store critical data
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This or the Crucial P3…

Limited-time deal: Crucial P3 500GB PCIe 3.0 3D NAND NVMe M.2 SSD, up to 3500MB/s - CT500P3SSD8 https://a.co/d/9ZMvnxW
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Would this be good as a dedicated OS boot drive?
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riiiiiight? i agree. Solid State Drives and RAM (Well RAM has always been Solid State) as well has gotten dirt cheap. I just picked up a 32gb kit of DDR4 for my laptop for 80 bucks. The last time I bought new RAM for a laptop I remember paying over 200 bucks for a 4gb kit and at the time, that was an absurd ammount of RAM I thought I was balling out of control. I mean 4gb of RAM literally maxed out what a 32bit bit Windows OS could even use! LOL times change fast.
I got 2x16GB DDR5-5200 for $93…lowest general price is about $120
But what about hard drives? We used to measure in MB and now we buy >10TB without being a millionaire!
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Quote from SmallJellyfishPHD :
Would this be good as a dedicated OS boot drive?
I cannot comment on this specific drive, but I have a WD black ssd that cost about $100, 3 years ago and my system boots fast, with Win11 it's incredibly quick
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1TB is 51.99 on Amazon.
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3$ More for double the speed.
Crucial P3
https://a.co/d/ipOTOKo
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