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Silicon Power 512GB NVMe PCIe Gen3x4 M.2 2280 SSD $106, 1TB SATA3 SSD $138 + Delivery (Free w/ Prime) @ Silicon Power, Amazon AU

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Silicon Power 512GB NVMe PCIe Gen3x4 M.2 2280 R/W up to 3,400/2,300MB/s SSD (SU512GBP34A80M28UA) $106 Delivered

Super-fast PCIe Gen3x4 interface for read/write speeds of up to 3,400MB/s / 2,300MB/s
NVMe 1.3 supportNVMe 1.3 support, RAID engine for enhanced data integrity
Slim form factor M.2 2280 (80mm) for perfect fit in slim and portable mobile applications or desktop PCs
To support a Silicon Power PCIe SSD, the system must have an M.2 connector with only an M key. The Silicon Power PCIe SSD does not have a B notch and therefore, the B key on the SSD connector will prevent it from being inserted.
The custom screw should come with the motherboard or PC. Please acquire the screw from your motherboard or PC manufacturer, if needed

5-year warranty

Silicon Power 1TB SSD 3D NAND A55 SLC Cache Performance Boost SATA III 2.5" 7mm (0.28") Internal Solid State Drive (SU001TBSS3A55S25UB) $138 Delivered

3D NAND flash are applied to deliver high transfer speeds.
Remarkable transfer speeds that enable faster bootup and improved overall system performance. The advanced SLC Cache Technology allows performance boost and longer lifespan.
7mm slim design suitable for Ultrabooks and Ultra-slim notebooks.
Supports TRIM command, Garbage Collection technology, RAID, and ECC (Error Checking & Correction) to provide the optimized performance and enhanced reliability.

3-year warranty

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  • Edit : was looking at the M. 2 drive

  • Wouldn't 1tb be a better value for money? It's for $185 on Amazon

    • If you’re looking for a SATA drive. Pricing is decent enough but I wouldn’t necessarily benchmark to amazon for storage pricing as 1TB SATA drives have been coming down hard lately from what I can tell.

    • +2

      Yes and no. Right now, for some reason (weak AUD perhaps), that other 1TB NVMe SSD deal ($185) appears to be reasonably priced. Its main competitor, Kingston A2000, for some reason, had a big price jump in the past 2-3 weeks (now ~$179). It was ~$165 (and with the MSY 10% off special week made it ~$150).

      Similarly, for the SATA3 SSD, lack of competition at the moment. Hard to recommend unless you need one right now.

  • damn thought that the 1tb m.2 was $138. please do a deal on the 1tb m.2 again :)

  • -6

    As is my new creed for every 1tb ssd deal. 1tb under $100 or no deal ;)

    Lol you wanna do one for $100 ill buy in a second. Running out of room on my new work laptop lol.

      • I thought id said it since then? Either way i know what i want and ill wait lol.

        • I'm not sure if you've said it since then, but that one stood out for obvious reasons lol

          • @pennypincher98: Am i not worth stalking? I post abit so good luck 😂😂😂

            • @Seedy seed: Had a quick look, you don't post all that much lol - it was barely a page to look through. Couldn't find anything more recent haha

    • Um… there is a problem though…

      1tb under $100 or no deal ;)

      Lol you wanna do one for $100 ill buy in a second

      So you will buy for $100? Within seconds, you've gone from under $100 to $100 is good enough for you to buy.

      • -1

        The ever present troll. Welcome friend.

        • I don't mind the comment, but be consistent. Is $100 okay or it needs to be below?
          It's either you're not good with maths or you're not persistent enough with price.

          • @netsurfer: $100 or under :)

            • @Seedy seed: So it is 1tb under (for) $100 (or under) or no deal.

              Also, you exposed why you made that comment:

              Running out of room on my new work laptop lol.

              Since you have a work supplied laptop, obviously there is very little incentive to buy another SSD. Hard for people to take your comment seriously. I don't get why someone would buy a 1TB SSD using his/her own money for a work laptop. I wouldn't. If I really need a 1TB SSD for work, I would ask work to buy me one.

              • @netsurfer: Some of us have a work laptop we had to buy. I use it at work but its mine, dont act like you actually know anything 😂😂😂

                • @Seedy seed: For a job which requires you to supply your own equipment (i.e. a contracting job - generally high pay), you can expense the equipment / laptop (so you actually pay less after tax).

                  A contractor constantly making a big deal about $38 extra work expense before tax is unusual. Running out of space on laptop is not an issue for a contractor. Buy an USB enclosure (a contractor certainly can afford to buy a USB 3.1 gen 2 or Thunderbolt 3 enclosure - and a decent one, not an el cheapo junk).

                  A permie willing to use his/her laptop for work - same thing.. $38 extra shouldn't be an issue since he/she already spent way more on the laptop for work.

                  • @netsurfer: Lol i wont go into my life story for you but you have not covered my circumstances.
                    I use the laptop for doing tafe after my shift finishes on sleep over shift aswell as shift notes.

                    • @Seedy seed: You use it partially for work, so you deduct some portion as work expenses. I doubt your work paid for your TAFE course so TAFE course fees count as work related expenses. I worked full time and studied postgrad part time before. Work paid 50% so I did study hard (couldn't hand in a lousy transcript when claiming 50% of the course fees).

                      You don't really need a 1TB SSD, that's why you are teasing / trolling 1TB SSD deals above $100. Again, still don't get why it is such a big deal to you, it's below $300 so SSD is basically like a consumable, unlike the laptop, which you need to depreciate.

                      • @netsurfer: Laptop has a 256 gig hdd :)

                        • @Seedy seed: Just get a cheap 240 - 256GB SSD. It will be a significant quality of life improvement. Don't understand why SSD prices have gone up lately in Australia.

                          You don't need 1TB (most people don't need it; gamers with deep pockets might want one - again quality of life improvement - though deep down, serious gamers want 2TB SSDs). For people actually needing 1TB SSD for work, the cost of the 1TB SSD is not a big deal compared to rest of their gears.

  • +1

    Is the Crucial P1M.m2 NVMe 1TB for $148 from futu a good option in lieu of the silicon power 1TB?

    • i would also like to know this ?

    • Crucial P1 is a QLC NVMe SSD with SLC cache. The worst case scenario is its sustained write, which falls to 106MB/s after writing 149GB at 1.7GB/s. The situation is even worse for the 512GB version (which drops to 60MB/s after writing about 74GB).

      However, how likely would you write 200GB+ worth of data in one go to a 1TB SSD? Most of the time, you wouldn't write that much in one go so there is plenty of time for the SSD to write the data to QLC flash making the SLC cache available. Do bear in mind that it is unclear whether the SLC cache is static or dynamic, if it is dynamic, as the SSD fills up, SLC cache size decreases and so it reaches the slow down write speed sooner.

      Also, sequential read/write isn't that important in day to day use. Random read/write is more important.

      So is it really a good option? The conclusion is basically the same as these - right now, if you need a 1TB NVMe SSD, since most of them are poorly priced, it is a good choice. However, if we do a proper bargain check, it is not so good. Kingston A2000 was in $150 - $165 and that's TLC with SLC cache. So QLC for $2 - $17 cheaper isn't that great to be honest. Also, bear in mind that Silicon Power 1TB SSD (TLC with SLC cache, SATA3) is $138 - so you are still paying a premium for that NVMe.

  • +1

    im holding back every cents and wait for Black friday sales. :P

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