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Amazon has 1TB Crucial MX500 2.5" 3D NAND Internal Solid State Drive SSD (CT1000MX500SSD1) on sale for $61.99. Shipping is free.

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Crucial MX500 1TB 3D NAND SATA 2.5 Inch Internal SSD, up to 560MB/s - CT1000MX500SSD1

Speed: Sequential reads/writes up to 560/510MB/s¹
Capacities: 250GB, 500GB, 1TB, 2TB, 4TB²
Interface/Form Factor: SATA 6Gb/s 2.5-inch (7mm)
Energy Efficient: 45x more energy efficient than a typical hard drive³
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I believe this is the lowest price in a long while.

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2TB is also on sale at $131.99
Also, $61.99 at Best Buy.... retail competition is good
You can find some no name or discount brands in that price range, but there aren't a lot of high quality brands for $50. I'd pay an extra $10 for Crucial for the assurance that comes with high quality NAND and controllers.

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Also, $61.99 at Best Buy.... retail competition is good
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Got one from Best Buy. Thanks!
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2TB is also on sale at $131.99
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Paid $69.99 last week and will definitely recommend for a quick and easy PS4 upgrade.
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Got one from Best Buy. PS3 upgrade - here I come!
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I used this as time machine back up for my macbook pro but it died in about 9 months. will look to see if i can exchange to get a replacement. will just use it as a regular storage and not something that is saving daily.
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1 nvme drive or 2 of these in a RAID zero?
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1 nvme drive or 2 of these in a RAID zero?
I'd do 1 nvme, but only because of what @tonykid said and with a raid0 you'll lose your data if one drive dies. What's the raid0 for, faster reads?
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Isn't 1 TB of SSD in general $50 now? We've had quite a few deals recently that is just a tad bit over $50. Including 2.5" and PCIe 3 and 4 drives. SATA should be on the cheaper side.
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Isn't 1 TB of SSD in general $50 now? We've had quite a few deals recently that is just a tad bit over $50. Including 2.5" and PCIe 3 and 4 drives. SATA should be on the cheaper side.
You can find some no name or discount brands in that price range, but there aren't a lot of high quality brands for $50. I'd pay an extra $10 for Crucial for the assurance that comes with high quality NAND and controllers.
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I've had the 500gb, run the 4tb on my nas and also grabbed the 1tb in Decembers sale price. Good data drives I prefer nvme as boots
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