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[Canada Computers] INTEL 660P M.2 1TB PCIE NVMe SSD (FEB 16 ONLY) 149.99

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[Canada Computers] INTEL 660P M.2 1TB PCIE NVMe SSD (FEB 16 ONLY) 149.99

As part of Canada Computers one day sale today they have this Intel SSD going for 149.99 which I think is a pretty decent deal for a 1TB SSD.

Sale ends today February 16 2019.
Last edited by Edi on Feb 16th, 2019 11:01 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Came across this deal while searching for a new NVMe ssd. Good price for decent specs. Keep in mind this version is known to slow down during really large file transfers, but for gaming and day to day stuff its good.

The WD Black 500GB NVMe SSD is also on sale for $134.99 (which may be a better deal than the intel one based on specs, performance and reliability...)

Intel 1TB: https://www.canadacomputers.com/product ... _id=134662
WD Black 500GB: https://www.canadacomputers.com/product ... _id=123018
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Good deal...the price for these are really coming down
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I want the regular old school style of SSDs to drop in price lol. Either way, thanks OP.
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djemzine wrote:
Feb 16th, 2019 8:08 am
I want the regular old school style of SSDs to drop in price lol. Either way, thanks OP.
Still thinking about that rustbucket MBP 2012? Bless your heart (said with love).

Folks wondering about this deal, rest assured, a 1TB NVMe for $150 is indeed a good deal.

God bless.
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redflagdealsguy wrote:
Feb 16th, 2019 8:11 am
Still thinking about that rustbucket MBP 2012? Bless your heart (said with love).

Folks wondering about this deal, rest assured, a 1TB NVMe for $150 is indeed a good deal.

God bless.
Ha! Good one and nope! I already picked one up. I’m talking about my custom pc from 2012. That rust bucket.
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QLC SSD, curious about its durability though.
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This is a decent deal, but it's a relatively slow drive when compared to more recent NVMe drives. ( 1800 vice 3200+ )

Still 3 - 4 times faster than a SATA SSD.
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For those with a MacBook Pro or Air from 2015 could use this drive with the right pci-e adapter.

I'm thinking of grabbing this to upgrade a 2017 Mac Air.

Good price OP.
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archon6784 wrote:
Feb 16th, 2019 8:42 am
QLC SSD, curious about its durability though.
Hence the price. It's a good deal but if you dont need it right now, I would definately wait for the WD black 1TB to drop in price or even go with the 500GB model.
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This is an absolutely stunning deal. I love the direction prices are going with these things. I'm so happy, I don't even mind having spent $200 for a drive on black friday! (I think mine is faster anyways, but ya know.)
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Folks are calling this a slow NVMe, but realistically, a slow NVMe is light years faster than a fast SATA.

Keep perspective, gents.

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