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Samsung 970 Evo 2TB PCIe 3.0 NVMe M.2 SSD $620 Delivered @ Shopping Express eBay

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Cheapest price so far for 2TB version of the 970 Evo (compared to $639 in the recent CentreCom deal here: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/413531). GST refund should be available if you are travelling within the next 60 days to bring down price even more.

Qualifies for the AC:Odyssey code but based on other posts, seller seems to be out of codes.

EDIT: Slightly cheaper now if you select the 2TB option in the deal link.

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  • +2 votes

    Waiting for <$300 lol

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    2 tb is too expensive, the best solution is 500 gb + external storage

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    Nice, I paid $500 for my 1TB a year ago

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    why do these SSDs look like a piece of RAM ?

    i am waaay out of date haha

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      The form factor for this SSD is M.2 2280, which plugs straight into the M.2 slot that is present on most new motherboards. Additionally, this SSD runs on the NVMe protocol (x4 PCIe 3.0) which can theoretically transmit data at 5x the rate of traditional SATA 3 based SSDs.

      Slightly different to the SATA 3 2.5" ones you're probably used to seeing.

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      to keep costs down (no enclosure needed) and less cables and get more speed, newer mother boards have an M.2 conector (physical) and you get sata or NVME (protocol) depending on motherboard support.

      Has been big benefit in laptops as it uses less space, and in desktops less cabling.

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