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Post #162525262 added 03-25-2023 10:42 AM by snoopythebeagle in Hot Deals
Ewaste is electricity, unless you ran them with solar panels. Thanks for the CO2.
Post #162520564 added 03-25-2023 5:41 AM by Acina in Hot Deals
This is the best in this price range. Better than the Kingston A400 and Crucial BX500. It is not as good as the Samsung Evo or Crucial MX500, but those are $40. Best deal right now imo is the $52...
Post #162520495 added 03-25-2023 5:33 AM by Interex in Hot Deals
Now OOS But price matched at Amazon -
Post #162497521 added 03-23-2023 10:53 PM by arkonblade in Hot Deals
pretty good deal grabbed one for my PS4 should be way better then the 5400RPM drive in it now
Post #162492871 added 03-23-2023 5:51 PM by MadPup in Hot Deals
One of the reviews says: "It has neither DRAM cache, nor SLC cache. It got a whooping 32MB of SRAM in the controller though"
Post #162492781 added 03-23-2023 5:47 PM by lonestargut in Hot Deals
Such as?
Post #162480919 added 03-23-2023 8:29 AM by glenroebuck in Hot Deals
or you could raid 10 them with onboard raid if your mobo supports it.
Post #162480631 added 03-23-2023 8:17 AM by mgeoffriau in Hot Deals
PNY warranty and support is terrible. You may not care for what is basically a disposable drive at this price, but just don't expect any support from them.
Post #162475288 added 03-22-2023 11:01 PM by BlueTable948 in Hot Deals
Same drive with USB cable $15 in store only walmart
Post #162469744 added 03-22-2023 4:15 PM by redblues423 in Hot Deals
yes really, ymmv, most ppl need reliability, your nonsense use-case does not help most ppl. Prices are falling fast and there are better options available.
Post #162468823 added 03-22-2023 3:28 PM by WazDaDeal in Hot Deals
For those that are running Windows 10/11 Pro, you can use Windows Storage Spaces. It's similar to RAID in concept. I've had four SSDs running as a single array/drive letter to make storing lots of...
Post #162468478 added 03-22-2023 3:09 PM by Superdawg in Hot Deals
I've been buying these and other parts at the local recycling center, but they caught on that their parts could be used to build decent gaming rigs, and since then there've been scraps. From 7700k...
Post #162468442 added 03-22-2023 3:06 PM by theshopper2022 in Hot Deals
Interest rates up today. Expect electronics to come further down in price.
Post #162468220 added 03-22-2023 2:52 PM by muchwow in Hot Deals
then you should be fine. as a game library drive, just get something cheap from a well-known brand that does not have any known issues. SSD deals have been popping up a lot so you're bound to run...
Post #162467941 added 03-22-2023 2:40 PM by michi098 in Hot Deals
I've been using these with different capacities for a bunch of older laptops our family has. Comnbined with installing new Windows 10 on them (officially free, as long as you don't mind the...
Post #162467902 added 03-22-2023 2:36 PM by Sumhunghai in Hot Deals
It definitely has a 2.5" drive bay. Although this particular Asus was sold as a gaming laptop in 2020, it had the odd combo of a very small (256gb) NVMe drive and a 1TB MECHANICAL 2.5" drive. I...
Post #162467791 added 03-22-2023 2:30 PM by Xamindar in Hot Deals
Is $3 off really such a slick deal? This is PNY so quality is already terrible.
Post #162467698 added 03-22-2023 2:25 PM by VioletFruit436 in Hot Deals
You definitely have the right idea, but since every laptop is different, make sure you have a 2.5in SATA drive bay. A lot of newer laptops that come with NVME SSDs, if they have support for a second...
Post #162467650 added 03-22-2023 2:22 PM by PlatinumButterfly in Hot Deals
This will work perfectly fine if you have a 2.5 bay that is free. How much space you need is really just up to you.
Post #162467311 added 03-22-2023 2:07 PM by Sumhunghai in Hot Deals
Would this be something that I could drop into the drive bay of my laptop and use for apps and storage, and run the OS on the current NVMe drive? I'm currently running everything on a 1TB WD Black...
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