Yeah tried that, I have ordered from them years ago with no issues, same address too so I have no idea why it's giving me shit all of a sudden. Guess I'll have to contact support but I am also really lazy so..They have some weird security with their credit page, I just changed my billing address to the 'verified' address they had and it went through..
I dont think there is any out there. I could be wrong. At least not from MIcrocenter or Inland.I bought 512GB version today. Please recommend me a disk utility program to check endurance and updating firmware like Samsung Magician. Thanks.
Remember reading somewhere that the most heat comes from the controller, not the RAM, I totally agree.
LOL - yeah, I guess I should have chosen a faster shipping method as well....ordered mine last friday...it's scheduled to arrive next thursday. (via same method)Mine is on its way! The great thing is it's coming by FedEx SmartPost, that way you know it gets a chance to be handled by every human on the planet only adding 3-4 days shipping time.
Lot of guys do this. Even here on these forums that have read this very forum thread. They are so blind to branding, they will literally lose money, time and performance out of ignorance.I picked mine up this past sunday at microcenter to put into my new Razer blade 15. None of the guys in the component area were wise to it. Guy in front of me in line got a 660p drive. I showed him the inland one on my phone and he scoffed lol.
You can actually fill up the Inland to 87% maybe more and the read / write speed will not degrade according to one of the reviews I read.Here is my 960 Pro 512GB with approx 156 GB of data on it currently.
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This is the Inland Professional 1TB from Microcenter with 156 GB Dummy File that I created to see how the fast the controller/nand is with the same amount of data as the 960 pro.
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Nope just an address, I live in a home. Literally tried 3 different version of it including the verified. Same address (I had saved) I have used to purchase from MC before so they must've changed point of sale systems and now it's throwing this stupid error for no reason.I had the same issue, if you have an apartment # in your address remove that from the billing address and leave it in the shipping. Mine went through fine after that.
Just call them and place your order old school. No one thinks about this stuff anymore.Nope just an address, I live in a home. Literally tried 3 different version of it including the verified. Same address (I had saved) I have used to purchase from MC before so they must've changed point of sale systems and now it's throwing this stupid error for no reason.
I was actually just thinking that. I'm sure eventually we may see something like that. Though for mass storage, I'll probably stick to regular HD's. But, I wouldn't mind seeing other options.Wonder if Inland will ever produce a 2 TB part based on the Phison E12?
Would you please take pictures for us of all the drives, the Asus card and benches? Many of us are very interested in this. You should see 10k to 12K reads and writes. Also, some load times, etcUgh I have to stop logging into this forum, just reserved 4 of them and ordered the Asus Hyper M.2 to go with the $88 open box Strix X399 I got yesterday. That replaced my Zenith Extreme that fried, but I bought the 2 year replacement plan so they gave me a store credit for it. Not bad a trade, spend an extra $200, get 4TB's of super high speed storage and a slightly inferior board. Instead of a measly 3 NVME, I'm upgrading to 4.5 (.5 being the stupid vertical slot) and a little less RGB. I kept all the accessories so that 10G NIC card will fit nicely into the new FreeNAS/VM build. Living 5 minutes from MC is a blessing and a curse.
I live in the dfw. There is nothing beautiful about Dallas. All the roads are shitty and they have those concrete dividers everywhere. Every time I drive through that place I wish for the aliens to come vaporize 1/2 the people on the road./beginrant
I live in Tx. The ssd left a Mesquite TX warehouse in a fedex truck 2 days ago and crossed the street into beautiful Dallas TX where it is now;
March 20, 2019
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