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[Amazon Prime] Crucial P1 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD 1TB - $142.08 Delivered @ Amazon AU


Amazon deal just nudges the expired Techmall eBay deal with $142.08 after 15% discount for Prime Day. Looks to be from the Amazon Global store.

Product Description, but I'm sure those looking all know the drill now:

  • 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
  • NVMe standard Self-Monitoring and Reporting Technology (SMART)
  • Redundant Array of Independent NAND (RAIN)
Price History at C CamelCamelCamel.
This is part of Amazon Prime Day sale for 2019

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  • +1

    I wonder if there might be a further discount on this particular drive this evening. If you click on "Deals from the USA" and select the Computers category it shows:

    Save on Crucial P1 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD 1TB. Discount appli…
    Starts for Prime members at 21:30

  • +2

    Has the price expired as i am getting 158

    • me too

      • Looks to be so, no longer on the 15% off Crucial landing page either.

        I've marked it as expired. Wonder if it could also be related to what the above poster was mentioning with it starting at 21:30

  • +1

    Noob question. I currently have a Samsung 970 Evo Plus 500GB with write speeds supposedly at 3000+ Mb/s.
    So, would there be an issue if I get this for my second M.2 slot?

    • No problem really. What motherboard are you using? Z170? If you exceed too many PCI-E lanes it will slow down the speed of each drive.

      • I have the Ryzen 3700x and my mobo is X470 Gaming M7 AC.

        • +2

          U have plenty of PCI-E lanes, go for it.

  • How do these rate as a drive for running games off? Will have a separate M.2 drive for OS and most applications but looking at something a bit cheaper/GB for game storage.

    • deal's expired, but this is an m.2 drive mate. this would be great for OS and do perfectly to run games off. unless you already have a faster m.2 or something? bit confused by your comment.

      • Planning on picking up a 970 Evo for my main drive and want something a little cheaper for the second drive. Currently running an SATA SSD and FireCuda but mostly in the interest of cable management I want to go to two M.2 drives.

        • Sure, this would do fine then. Would recommend a SATA m.2 drive then, they're cheaper and have the same speeds as SATA SSD's but use the m.2 slot so solve your cable management need but you would be able to get a bigger size for cheaper, which would be better as your game drive if using as a secondary drive, 1TB won't last long.

          Alternatively this would be more than fine as a game drive if you only need 1TB for some reason, but I'd recommend to go at least 2TB in a SATA m.2 if you can.