Yeah this happen a lot here in KC. They can actually keep items out of the system to sell to good customers, customers on a list. They do that for me all the time and I appreciate it. They just set it aside and bypass check in, I THINK ... they did that with a few 2080 ti's when those first started shipping in. Not sure how they do it exactly.Just picked up one in the Denver store, website said out of stock. Had the guy check and they had some come on the truck today but where not in the system. If you really want one worth a shot to goto store and ask.
Got one shipped for $152
How does this thing perform as it fills up?
8700k @ 5ghz, 16gb ran @ 3600 cl 17, 1080ti, gigabyte z390 aorus master.Those numbers are incredible ... better than a Samsung 970 Pro .... what are your system specs, motherboard? Etc?
My benches are very stable and consistant. I only had different results with my 1st port on my Asus Hero Wifiyeah that's what i've been getting with this drive. The performance/speed is not consistent. Benchmarking gives different results wildly while my 970 evo gives consistent results
Link to that heatsink please.. and let us khow it works out.8700k @ 5ghz, 16gb ran @ 3600 cl 17, 1080ti, gigabyte z390 aorus master.
I did some bench marks yesterday and got much worse numbers. I think temp was killing the results. Have a heatsink that claims it will work with duel side SSDs coming this week.
EK's Heatsink says it is for single sided m.2 drives. This heatsink says it works for single or doubleMicro Center does have a dual-sided heatsink if you're interested, costs $13..
Lol.. that's the one I got!.. here I thought it works for double sided drives.. guess not!Micro Center does have a dual-sided heatsink if you're interested, costs $13..