expired Crucial P1 M.2 NVMe 500GB $101.82 + Delivery (Free with Prime) @ Amazon US via AU

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Got an email from Amazon, looks like a pretty decent price at the moment.

Description
Whether you are trying to get in the game faster or store all your precious memories, the Crucial P1 SSD delivers. Capacities start at 500GB and scale to 1TB. Accelerate performance with the latest NVMe PCIe technology. The P1 is designed to be the only storage upgrade you need — storage, speed, and dependability. Accelerate everything.
Features & details
Capacities up to 1TB with sequential reads/writes up to 2,000/1,700 MB/s
NVMe PCIe interface marks the next step in storage innovation
Micron 3D NAND - advancing the world's memory and storage technology for 40 years
5-year limited warranty

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    prefer samsung but good price

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    Does anyone know if this can be used on 2015 13 inch MacBook Pro?

    • +1 vote

      I'm pretty sure storage is soldered on Mac so you may have a hard time.
      Plus looks like it doesn't have an m.2 slot anyway - see here
      Edit - looks like it actually is possible, you need an adapter for it though. See here.

    • +6 votes

      I did some research on this before. There are three things you should know.
      * Hardware-wise, Retina MacBook Pro uses a proprietary port for SSD, thus you have to buy an adapter for all retail M.2 form SSDs. Also, make sure your model is actually year 2015 model, since 2015 uses PCIe x 4, but previous models only use PCIe x 2 which significantly hurt the speed and makes it no point to upgrade.
      * Software-wise, originally 2015 MacBook Pro comes with either Mac OS El Capitan(10.11) or Sierra(10.12). As far as I know, Mac OS only started to support NVMe SSD in High Sierra(10.13) using APFS file system, correct me if I am wrong. So make sure you system version is at least on 10.13 or after, otherwise the AHCI SSD is the only option.
      * Most importantly, the original SSD is some sort of low-power model, any other non-original SSD will have more or less of increase in power consumption. This will lead to worse battery life(may result in just half), and SSD thermal throttling which gives you super hot bottom cover and keyboard as well as significant drop in speed.

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        Thanks for all the info

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          I was wondering the same thing as I ordered an SSD assuming it would fit a 2011 Macbook Air.

          I read the memory was soldered on, however there were only certain brand SSD's that would fit.

          I ran some HArd drive utility, which changed the speed on an imac that I put an ssd into. (It was making noises).

  • +14 votes

    Silicon Power 512GB NVMe PCIe is a much better drive for $8 more:

    https://www.amazon.com.au/Silicon-Power-512GB-Gen3x4-SU512GB...

    It's 3D TLC vs QLC and won't slow down once it starts filling up like the Crucial P1.

    Review:

    https://www.anandtech.com/show/13955/the-silicon-power-p34a8...

  • +5 votes

    I would not buy anything right now as EOFY is approaching and plenty of old stocks are going to be on sale

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    I bought this. Originally it said delivery 23/5, now it’s 4/6-11/6!! Very frustrating!

  • +1 vote

    the 1TB model at $175.29 +$7.42 delivery is even better value!

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