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Intel 760p Series M.2 PCIe Solid State Drive, 256GB $100

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Nice find, thanks OP.
Now should I get 256 or 512? Choices.
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Nice, these are currently my choice for a drive without worrying about Samsung's questionable Canadian warranty.
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There was a blazing fast 512gb Adata NVMe drive on sale the other day in the USA for $100USD. Insane. I think the prices on these drives are trending lower. Man would it be nice to have a 2tb NVMe SSD for $349 like we have been seeing on the Micron 1100 drives. These drives don't cost any more to make, it's pure markup from the manufacturers.
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cn008 wrote: This seems to be lowest price on this PCIe SSD.
Fit macbook air 2013?
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Pretty good price especially with the transfer speeds this ssd boasts.


Sequential Transfer Rates: Reads: Up to 3230MB/sec | Writes: Up to 1625MB/sec

It is 3D NAND TLC, but honestly for most consumers this won't make a difference.
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jaksdj22 wrote: Fit macbook air 2013?
I doubt it. That laptop probably uses an mSATA drive. Check and make sure before you buy anything.
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I think this would be ideal for Dell XPS upgrade if you happen to have 128GB hard drive ones
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I pulled the trigger on Jun 4 when it was $120 so cannot ask for price adjustment(15 days limit).
I installed on my Dell 5570 laptop purchased last boxing week, fresh installed windows 10 so no bloatware, only significant difference seems to be booting & shutting down time. ... lol.... Note dell has only a 5400 RPM HDD when purchased. But again I only use the laptop for simple tasks and no gaming.
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Damn, this is a good deal, I had bought the 128gb one for $70 a few months ago. I would have pounced on this.
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cn008 wrote: I pulled the trigger on Jun 4 when it was $120 so cannot ask for price adjustment(15 days limit).
I installed on my Dell 5570 laptop purchased last boxing week, fresh installed windows 10 so no bloatware, only significant difference seems to be booting & shutting down time. ... lol.... Note dell has only a 5400 RPM HDD when purchased. But again I only use the laptop for simple tasks and no gaming.
Don't feel too bad.... I paid $279.99 for the 512GB version end of april this year..... :(
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The crucial 525 gig is only $127.00 is this 40% better
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This will likely work in a Lenovo Legion Y720 as well.
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jg123 wrote: The crucial 525 gig is only $127.00 is this 40% better
Which one? PCIe NVMe or Sata III?
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Fourth wrote: Pretty good price especially with the transfer speeds this ssd boasts.


Sequential Transfer Rates: Reads: Up to 3230MB/sec | Writes: Up to 1625MB/sec

It is 3D NAND TLC, but honestly for most consumers this won't make a difference.
Note the term "Up to"

Source:
https://www.anandtech.com/show/12349/th ... b-review/6
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