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Samsung 980 1TB PCIe Gen3. X4 NVMe 1.4 SSD $118.98 ATL

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110$ for those who have a memoryexpress near them.
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$90 for those with Amazon business and 30 off 100 code
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I have been using this SSD in my laptop for about a year. It's my second one to store all the free games thanks to RFD. Works perfectly and plenty fast enough for my use.

Great deal at this price!
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Jan 10, 2006
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Has the Samsung Canada warranty issue been resolved?

Some years ago there were complaints by Canadians about being unable to get warranty service for memory products. I think it was something like Samsung referring to the seller, while the seller referring to the manufacturer, leaving Canadians SOL, if I recall.
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Feb 27, 2013
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fizikz wrote: Has the Samsung Canada warranty issue been resolved?

Some years ago there were complaints by Canadians about being unable to get warranty service for memory products. I think it was something like Samsung referring to the seller, while the seller referring to the manufacturer, leaving Canadians SOL, if I recall.
Doubt it, Samsung warranty probably got worse.
I never managed to get warranty on my dead Samsung flash. They even threw the ball to their Korean branch who was like nope.
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draggonfly wrote: Doubt it, Samsung warranty probably got worse.
I never managed to get warranty on my dead Samsung flash. They even threw the ball to their Korean branch who was like nope.
Same here, looking at a dead 850 EVO that is verified to be in warranty by Samsung yet I can't claim because Samsung says talk to your retailer, and Staples says talk to Samsung. around and around. TotalTS or Samsung US won't touch it because the serial is Canadian market, Samsung Korea says talk to Samsung Canada. Their warranty is just text on paper/online, nothing more.

Only way to RMA a Samsung drive is via return fraud, no joke.
SAMSUNG SUCKS! NO SSD WARRANTY IN CANADA > https://forums.redflagdeals.com/has-any ... d-2098075/
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Jun 20, 2020
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fizikz wrote: Has the Samsung Canada warranty issue been resolved?

Some years ago there were complaints by Canadians about being unable to get warranty service for memory products. I think it was something like Samsung referring to the seller, while the seller referring to the manufacturer, leaving Canadians SOL, if I recall.
No, afaik

Has anyone dealt with Samsung Warranty for SSD? ***UPDATED***
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Thanks draggonfly, M1K3Z0R, Dhanushan for confirming. It's really unbelievable. Any attempts at getting provincial consumer protection involved?
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Dhanushan wrote: Samsung has not released a 4TB M.2 SSD, afaik

You can get a XPG SX8100 4TB NVMe Gen3x4 PCIe M.2 SSD for $500
https://www.amazon.ca/XPG-SX8100-Gen3x4 ... 08979DF1S/
Great. Thank you.
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fizikz wrote: Thanks draggonfly, M1K3Z0R, Dhanushan for confirming. It's really unbelievable. Any attempts at getting provincial consumer protection involved?
It doesn't work in my case as the consumer protection lies on the retailer.

In my case my retailer was ncix which went bankrupt.

My 64gb microSD card is still in my possession and still in warranty but warranty can't be claimed.

In fact, after that sour experience, I stopped buying Samsung mostly. This was after purchasing about 10 different Samsung products worth thousands of dollars including multiple screens/monitors and ssds.

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