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All available for shipping (except the OCZ/Toshiba 480GB that one is in store only)

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Micron M2 SSD 128GB $28.99 -- OOS
http://www.microcenter.com/produc...III_M2_SSD

Micron M2 SSD 256GB $49.99 -- OOS
http://www.microcenter.com/produc...III_M2_SSD

Toshiba Q300 2.5" SSD SATA3 480GB $114.99
http://www.microcenter.com/produc...rive_480GB

Toshiba OCZ TR150 2.5" SATA3 $119.99
http://www.microcenter.com/produc...0-25SAT3-4

Sandisk SSD PLUS 2.5" SATA3 480GB $119.99
http://www.microcenter.com/produc...B_SSD_Plus

Toshiba Q300 2.5" SSD SATA3 960GB $209.99
http://www.microcenter.com/produc...rive_960GB
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Not a bad deal on the 256GB M600. The rest are overpriced by at least 20%.
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Not a bad deal on the 256GB M600. The rest are overpriced by at least 20%.
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Not a bad deal on the 256GB M600. The rest are overpriced by at least 20%.
I think both the micron M2's are great deals.

The others are just at or near current lows but I wouldn't say overpriced, just nothing to get excited over.

I figured I'd list them for those in the market today for an SSD upgrade on the cheaper end of the current SSD pricing spectrum. Still a huge upgrade vs a spindle drive
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As others mentioned M2 Micron deals are great, too bad they are 22x60 form factor. Looking to buy 22x42 or 22x80 asap
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I haven't seen any other comparable prices for the m600 256gb? Amazon doesn't even have reviews on it and I can't find another reputable retailer of it. How do you guys know that's a good price given its meh read and write speeds?
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The others are just at or near current lows but I wouldn't say overpriced, just nothing to get excited over.
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I would say they are overpriced. 480-500GB of low quality TLC NAND isn't worth more than $100.
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I haven't seen any other comparable prices for the m600 256gb? Amazon doesn't even have reviews on it and I can't find another reputable retailer of it. How do you guys know that's a good price given its meh read and write speeds?
The Micron M.2 has better than 'meh' read/write speeds
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Thanks, OP - nice price for the Micron M600 M.2 2260 - MLC but switches to SLC on-the-fly. It runs on mSATA vs PCI-e lanes though, which is a deal breaker for me.

"... the M600 family is available in 2.5" 7mm, mSATA, M.2 2260 (double-sided) and M.2 2280 (single-sided) form factors. Capacities available for the M.2 variants are 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB. Unlike Micron's other client drives, the M600 family has a higher total bytes written rating. For the 128GB, its rating is 100TB, the 256GB is 200TB, and the 512GB is 300TB."

http://www.thessdreview.com/our-r...iew-256gb/
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Major vendors are not interested in 2242 form factor at all. Guess I will replace hdd with a 2.5' sata ssd.
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I want to get a SSD for my rig. Does this come with software to clone my current HD?

Is there anything else I should consider about the product in regards to my build before purchase? Thank you.
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I haven't seen any other comparable prices for the m600 256gb? Amazon doesn't even have reviews on it and I can't find another reputable retailer of it. How do you guys know that's a good price given its meh read and write speeds?
There is a lot of discussion on the M600 the last 4 times this was previously posted. Micron is the parent company of Crucial, Lexar and Ballistix.

https://www.micron.com/support/sa...obile=true

I have one, might get another. Works well but I wish the 512GB version would return.
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Tax kill and shipping kills the deal for me tho. I well I'll just wait till they have those crucial refurbished deals again
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here are some reviews on the Toshiba 960gb [amazon.com]...they look pretty bad

does anyone have any advice on a good ssd to replace a hd for a desktop? I was looking at the Toshiba one but I think I'll skip due to the reviews
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