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Crucial BX500 SSD 1TB $140, 2TB $292, Ryzen 9 3900X $799.20, Ryzen 9 3950X $1299 Delivered @ Futu Online eBay

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  • Wow that Ryzen 3900 is definitely like an RRP pricing to me!

  • I'll have you know, my 1TB died a year after I set it up. Their support is stupid AF.

    I wouldn't.

    My sandisk still going strong 5 years later.

    • Was reading the comments from past deal and would avoid. Any other better quality SSD for slightly more or 500gb?

    • The mx (pictured here even though deal says bx) gets good reviews for performance and budget. But haven't read about reliability. 1 year isn't good

      And I will 2nd the SanDisk SSD quality. My 120gb SanDisk SSD has been going strong for at least 4 years now.

  • I have a Crucial BX500 ssd as my boot drive, paired with a 9700K. The application, boot and general performance has been abysmal. I switched to a Samsung 970 evo plus nvme, and it's just night and day. If you're on a budget, you can spend a little more to get the MX variant.

    • BX make decent storage drives specially in iTX rigs and are decently priced (well they were b4 all this stuff happened)

    • You were absolutely right. I would say if you can, avoid BX serials.
      I bought a BX500 and I regretted immediately. I knew it was not good but I never expected it was that bad:
      after continuously writing about 10GB to it, the writing speed dropped to around 40MB/s which I hardly believed as my ~10 years old 2.5" 5400 rpm HDD is much much faster than that, not even to mention my ~6 years old Toshiba Q serials, which does not have RAM cache neither but can still deliver over 300MB/s writing speed.

  • -2 votes

    Considering that you can get the 1tb MX500 for $160 + cashback, I don't think the 1tb BX500 is a good deal

  • Futu Online = JackU online