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[Canada Computers] Samsung 850 EVO 250GB 2.5" $99.99

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Mar 6, 2017
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architect wrote:
Aug 12th, 2017 7:45 pm
I own 3 Samsung SSDs and just bought my 4th. I've RMA'ed my Samsung SSD by contacting Samsung USA and had no trouble at all. Only issue was I had to pay for tracked shipping to US.

Before SSDs, I only purchased WD Black drives for ease and length of warranty but only had to use it once. The advance RMA was nice.
Advance rma from where?
Deal Addict
Jan 23, 2004
1290 posts
435 upvotes
Walked into BB for pick up, they refused PM CC, the best they could do is to tag $8.99 shipping, still $6 less at the end of the day.
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Dec 13, 2006
1671 posts
186 upvotes
Burlington
I just paid $159 for a 256GB Samsung Pro. I'm thinking I still got a decent deal due to the lifespan of the drive. 10Y warranty compared to 5Y for this one...
Deal Addict
Nov 27, 2005
2745 posts
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Purchased 2x250gb from newegg.ca for $220.33 all in.
Deal Fanatic
Nov 3, 2007
7519 posts
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Toronto
Does this come with cloning software to copy my existing boot drive?
Member
Jan 9, 2013
360 posts
151 upvotes
St Catharines
George1616 wrote:
Aug 12th, 2017 8:35 am
Thanks. I'll get the Samsung SSD. Does anyone know if you buy an open box from Canada Computers, do you still get Samsung's 3 year warranty on the SSD?
5 years on these drives.
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Jan 5, 2003
3691 posts
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Toronto
bibowski wrote:
Aug 12th, 2017 9:31 pm
I just paid $159 for a 256GB Samsung Pro. I'm thinking I still got a decent deal due to the lifespan of the drive. 10Y warranty compared to 5Y for this one...
Depends how much data you write to the drive. Both are extremely reliable.

The 850 EVO 250GB is rated for 75TB of writes lifetime.
The 850 Pro 256GB is rated for 150TB of writes lifetime.

Both should easily exceed that.
http://www.samsung.com/semiconductor/mi ... 50evo.html
http://www.samsung.com/semiconductor/mi ... 50pro.html
Newbie
Dec 16, 2012
67 posts
10 upvotes
Richmond Hill, ON
Dang I got the same drive from Newegg a few weeks ago for $115.99 plus tax. +1 for a great deal. Too bad I have no use for a new SSD at this time.
Newbie
Dec 14, 2016
74 posts
64 upvotes
Spoke to 3 BB agents, PM refusals across the board. CC shows 1 limit per customer, doorcrasher, and while supplies last all in the description, all problems in getting a price match. Nice deal still to be had at CC though.
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Nov 27, 2005
2745 posts
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therave39 wrote:
Aug 14th, 2017 4:15 pm
It's pretty much just the availability of SATA vs. M.2 on motherboards. If you have M.2, there's no reason to ever go back to SATA
Real world, will you notice the difference between m2 and sata?

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