WD Black m.2 1tb NVME SSD for $199

dvsman

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I pay tax on Amazon where I am, but if your situation is different YMMV :-D
 

dvsman

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From what I've read, the prices should start dropping next year but for those that need something soon-ish rather than later, this deal seems pretty good.
 
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I've been holding off on a new SSD purchase even though the prices/deals lately have been VERY tempting. Not doing any upgrades at the moment and waiting to see what's coming from Intel/AMD next year before taking the plunge on a full system rebuild/parts upgrade. I figure buying now is sort of silly given that my need is still a good 6-12 months out. By then, I fully expect SSD's will be even cheaper. For those building/upgrading now though, these SSD deals are killer!
 

Nirad9er

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I have this drive and it's excellent but I paid $400 less than 6 months ago! I'm waiting for 2tb nvme m.2 drives to come down in price before upgrading again.
 

Joust

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I have this drive and it's excellent but I paid $400 less than 6 months ago! I'm waiting for 2tb nvme m.2 drives to come down in price before upgrading again.
Feel this pain. I paid dearly for a 1tb 960 Evo earlier this year. It's like half the price now.
 

jrweis

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If your looking to Raid 0 these drives you better have an AMD system as Intel has blocked raiding SSD's on anything except Intel drives.
Had 2 960 Pro's in Raid 0 on an MSI Z170 board but anything newer requires Intel drives only!
 

Mad Maxx

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Damn, I'm nearly maxxed out on the 256SSD on my XPS 13 and just found this thread. In for one, tonight. Thanks, OP!!! (y)
 
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