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[Amazon.ca] Adata SU800 1 TB SSD - $129.99

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[Amazon.ca] Adata SU800 1 TB SSD - $129.99

Performance on this drive isn't blowing anyone's hair back, it's just a solid consumer-grade performer.

It will be out of stock soon, but Amazon will likely continue to fulfill orders. Just means it will take longer until you get it.

Don't forget Ebates/GCR.
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Apr 15, 2012
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No tax makes it more sweet deal. Thanks OP
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Dec 10, 2012
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This is the year of the sub 100 buck 1 Terabyte ssd drives by Black Friday deals.

May hard drives RIP
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Mar 1, 2019
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Thanks for the post!

Been waiting for a nice, cheap, 1TB for some extra, internal, storage space! It does say that they will be in stock as of May 14th atm & on ordering, but I'm patient!
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Oct 20, 2015
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How about the reliability of this brand and model?
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dangdwn wrote: How about the reliability of this brand and model?
Purely anecdotal, but FWIW I’ve used about half dozen of similar ADATA SSDs in different computers throughout the office for 3ish or so years and they’ve all been fine.
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Kannna wrote: $159 now....
But with a $30 coupon (just under the price)...
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Mar 2, 2014
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Bought one, Thanks OP!!! $129 CAD without tax, can't get any better. For those who see 159, there is a $30 coupon check box on the product page.
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Deal looks dead, the 30$ coupon is gone.
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If you are constantly transferring files, downloading games, playing, some movie conversions, is it still okay to buy ssd? (Won't it lessen the lifespan of ssd)?
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Nov 24, 2018
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I got this same deal last week and am quite impressed by the performance for a "budget" SATA SSD. Its consistently running 560 mb/s read speeds. After reading reviews of other cheaper SSDs I was expecting much less.
Thanks OP!
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Still active! I have one of these in my main PC, no issues in 3 years.

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