(Dead) $200 2TB Intel 660p NVME SSD (QLC)

Flogger23m

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I was thinking about it, but I still want to wait until they're $150 or so. I have two 1TB SATA drives and I think those should hold me over until then.
 

Hanakuso

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Wow the price on this keeps dropping so much.

I still remember my first 40GB Intel SSD I bought for $90 and that was a good deal
 

lightsout

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Wow the price on this keeps dropping so much.

I still remember my first 40GB Intel SSD I bought for $90 and that was a good deal
Lol I still have mine, I think I paid full price like $125. X25-V. 40MB/s write speeds lol. If you got the 80gb it had 80MB/s.
 

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Been using my 1tb as a dedicated game drive for about 2 weeks now. I have had absolutely zero issues with it. And I nearly filled the drive up with my steam library. For the price this is a great drive.
 

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I was reading that SSDs prices might drop by 50% again this year. I remember how 100GB HDDs back in the day was a big deal lol.
 

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I was reading that SSDs prices might drop by 50% again this year. I remember how 100GB HDDs back in the day was a big deal lol.

I'm not sure how much that applies to this particular drive as this is already well below normal pricing for a 2tb nvme.
 
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