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2TB Corsair MP600 CORE XT PCIe 4.0 (Gen4) x4 NVMe M.2 Solid State Drive Expired

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Various Merchants have Corsair MP600 CORE XT PCIe 4.0 (Gen4) x4 NVMe M.2 SSD on sale below from $79.99. Shipping is free.

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Example Merchants:
  • 2TB Corsair MP600 CORE XT PCIe 4.0 (Gen4) x4 NVMe M.2 SSD (CSSD-F2000GBMP600CXT) $79.99
  • 4TB Corsair MP600 CORE XT PCIe 4.0 (Gen4) x4 NVMe M.2 SSD (CSSD-F4000GBMP600CXT) $159.99
Product Features:
  • A PCIe Gen4 x4 controller delivers up to 5,000MB/sec sequential read and 4,400MB/sec sequential write speeds, for outstanding read, write, and response times.
  • High-Speed Gen4 PCIe x4 NVMe 1.4 M.2 Interface: Using PCIe Gen4 technology for maximum bandwidth, the MP600 CORE XT delivers great storage performance.
  • High-Density 3D QLC NAND: Provides the ideal combination of performance and value.
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Corsair [] has Corsair MP600 CORE XT PCIe 4.0 (Gen4) x4 NVMe M.2 SSD on sale from $79.99 as listed below. Shipping is Free.

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I wouldn't even consider the 2tb for $80, since there are drives as good or better for cheaper and drives only slightly more expensive with much better performance. On the other hand, since 4tb tends to command a hefty premium, the 4tb for $160 isn't too bad of a deal, though it isn't incredible either. This is a dram-less 176-Layer Micron QLC pcie gen 4 drive using the Phison E21T controller. This means performance is mediocre at best, and I would not recommend using it as a boot drive. The qlc nand flash also has significantly less endurance in terms of TBW compared to tlc (or even compared to the higher quality qlc flash used by intel/solidigm), so I would not use this drive if your use case is write heavy or demands a high degree of reliability. That being said, for cheap mass storage on a gen 4 ssd, this is not a terrible price. You can definitely get a better deal if you wait though.
Edit: Since there have been multiple people asking about what to use as a boot drive, I've gone into a fair amount of detail in this post further in this thread: