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Crucial P1 NVMe M.2 SSD 1TB $179.95 Delivered @ Shopping Square

  • Capacities up to 1TB with sequential reads/writes up to 2,000/1,750 MB/s
  • NVMeTM PCIe interface marks the next step in storage innovation
  • Micron® 3D NAND – advancing the world's memory and storage technology for 40 years

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    Yay, finally a decent price again for this.

    • +4 votes

      Well, I bought this for 129.67 roughly 9 months ago, what's really going on here?


        I got it for the same price from amazon but i had to get one last month and i had to pay $175.

      • +1 vote

        At a guess I'd say the AUD 9 months ago was way way better than now, simple.

        • +1 vote

          No, it's not the AUD exchange rate stuff. The price raise as early as some time in January, by which time the XR was not that bad yet.
          And most importantly, price in USD also raised a lot.


        SO bad deal then?


    How does this compare to the MX500 performance-wise as a media drive with lots of small files?

    • +5 votes

      For storage drive, I would take MX500, it's TLC VS QLC here and SATA VS NVME. It is more important to have your boot drive as NVME but storage wise, you won't notice too much difference between NVME and SATA while P1 with QLC has an 80MB/s write after it uses up its cache.


    why is it cheaper compare to the MX500 1Gb??

  • +2 votes

    I would think twice before buying from this site.
    Personally I’ve had bad experience with them. Bought something early March, still haven’t received it to date.
    When I used their tracking code, it shows dispatched in Singapore on 8 March 2020.
    Contacted customer service and tried to find out more about a timeframe, was given a reason “because of Coronavirus your shipment was delayed because goods can’t get out from China”
    So is the customer service person lying or is the tracking info fake?

    • +2 votes

      The dispatch is from Singapore but stock gets delivered from a Chinese factory. Why would this be hard to believe?

  • +3 votes

    I got a 512Gb SSD from Umart during the Christmas sales for $65. Good old days. Farewell, AUD :(

  • +7 votes

    You can get it at $182.75 from Futu_online eBay store using 15% off code.

    More importantly, Shpooing Square only offers 1 year warranty when others offer 5 years.


    How will I know if this will fit on my pc/motherboard? Does it fit on all motherboards? Sorry Im a noob pc builder :")

    • +2 votes

      I'd say most motherboards in the past 4 years would support it.
      You will need to find out if if your motherboard has a M.2 slot and make sure it is a "PCIE" M.2 slot. You can do this by finding the motherboard on google/manufacturers website. How to find your motherboard model here.


    After buying this item from shopping square, I wouldn't recommend it buying from shopping square.

    It was delivered in an envelope with no protection.

    When I opened the package one of the small chips on the IC board was found fallen off the board.

    Sent photos to shopping square which was obvious there is an issue and it is not going to work 100% yet they want me to return it.

    I haven't even fitted to test it because it is that obvious and didn't want to leave a mark that shows that I have fitted it to my computer.

    In any case I'll return it and hopefully they are not going to plainly lie and tell me it is working and return a rubbish back to me