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WD BLACK SN750 NVMe M.2 2280 500GB PCI-E 3.0 x4 SSD -$85.99 All Time Low

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Thanks, OP, picked up the 1Tb for $160. I think it's a pretty good deal. I could have waited for Black Friday, but I doubt I'll be saving more than $10.
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AnshumanB876667 wrote: Thanks, OP, picked up the 1Tb for $160. I think it's a pretty good deal. I could have waited for Black Friday, but I doubt I'll be saving more than $10.
Not expecting to be able to outclick the bots and lurkers. I'm happy paying $10 more to save hours of my life.
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I got 1 piece of the SN750 1TB from the CDW deal for $90+ something. So this is a hot ticket item and has potential to dip during US Thanksgiving and Boxing day sales.
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signops wrote: I got 1 piece of the SN750 1TB from the CDW deal for $90+ something. So this is a hot ticket item and has potential to dip during US Thanksgiving and Boxing day sales.
I don't doubt that for a second. With Intel bringing PCIe 4, there will be drops on all PCIe 3 drives over time. I need this now for a build, but if I didn't need one I might take the wait and see approach.

For a deal like you describe, I'd imagine it would be sold out in less than an hour or two.
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Silly question.... Anyone know what happens when you mix gen 3 and gen 4 m.2 on a x570?

I know it sounds kinda silly, but I was wondering if using the Gen 4 Sabrent for OS boot and the Gen 3 SN750 to have project files and other software. Perhaps I could even transfer the specific project I am editing from the SN750 to the Sabrent while working on it?

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