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[Newegg] Western Digital WD Blue SN550 NVMe M.2 2280 1TB $125.99

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[Newegg] Western Digital WD Blue SN550 NVMe M.2 2280 1TB $125.99

Additional 10% off with code: CEMCGDFP22
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How low will this go by BF? $105?
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redflagdealsguy wrote:
I own one... not happy to read this.
The controller on this board is so good it outperforms some drives that have DRAM. I wouldn’t worry too much. Especially considering you have this and only just realized it now.
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Agreed, I’ve got 2 in my eurocom p7 laptop and loving it. I was waiting for the 2TB to come down a notch but nothing moved since a long time, so bought the 2nd one not so long ago and this is actually a very good price.
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Hmmm good price... do I pull the trigger now or wait for black Friday...
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redflagdealsguy wrote: I own one... not happy to read this.
Were you happy with it BEFORE you read it? If so then it's fine. It's not something most people would notice anyway.
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Guys, let's quit the gotcha comments. Its sitting in the drawer as a spare, untested.

Gotta love these folks on a Wednesday morning.
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Is there anything I can do if my motherboard (ASUS H87M-E) doesnt support NVMe?
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Spiritualx wrote: Is there anything I can do if my motherboard (ASUS H87M-E) doesnt support NVMe?
If you have an extra PCIe slot you can get an adapter. Boards with NVME M.2 slots are really just special PCIE lanes anyway.
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Spiritualx wrote: Is there anything I can do if my motherboard (ASUS H87M-E) doesnt support NVMe?
There could be an adapter out there but that would defeat the purpose of using the 10% off code. I would just get the SATA version (the 2.5" drive).

https://www.newegg.ca/western-digital-b ... 6820250088
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Spiritualx wrote: Is there anything I can do if my motherboard (ASUS H87M-E) doesnt support NVMe?
MooseV2 wrote: If you have an extra PCIe slot you can get an adapter. Boards with NVME M.2 slots are really just special PCIE lanes anyway.
ds2chan wrote: There could be an adapter out there but that would defeat the purpose of using the 10% off code. I would just get the SATA version (the 2.5" drive).

https://www.newegg.ca/western-digital-b ... 6820250088
More towards spiritual

Something like this. I just randomly searched, but I'd find a branded one vs generic.

https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B075MDH28Y/ref ... MFb8YBW75P

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