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Samsung 980 PRO NVMe 250GB SSD $129, Gigabyte Aorus 360 All-in-One Liquid Cooler $319 Delivered @ CentreCom


Samsung 980 PRO MZ-V8P250BW 250GB M.2 (2280) NVMe SSD

Seems like a decent price for this 250GB NVMe SSD.

Gigabyte Aorus Liquid Cooler 360 All-in-one Liquid Cooler with Circular LCD Display

Not sure if this is worth it at this price as you could probably get a 360mm AIO CPU cooler for less, without the LED display and RGB Fusion. Staticice lowest seems to be $333 (excluding delivery) at time of posting.

AORUS LIQUID COOLER 360, All-in-one Liquid Cooler with Circular LCD Display, RGB Fusion 2.0, Triple 120mm ARGB Fans

New high performance pump efficiently dissipates heat from high end CPUs.
Unique 60*60mm circular full color LCD with dynamic AORUS logo display designs and custom a picture and text available.
High performance, low-noise level, dual ball bearing ARGB fans.
Supports RGB FUSION 2.0 synchronization with other AORUS devices.
Universal design for fan & pump RPM control, supports all MB brands.

This is part of Boxing Day Sales for 2020

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  • +5 votes

    $129 for a 256gb nvme SSD. Not a good deal.

  • +2 votes

    For gaming difference between like a 970 EVO plus vs 980 PRO is barely noticeable. You'd rather get like a 500gb 970 over 250gb 980 for the same price.

  • +2 votes

    Before anyone bashed on the price please remember this is PCIE gen 4 and also enterprise grade durability in terms of TBW


      It isn't enterprise grade durability though, the 970 Pro's were decent MLC but the 980 Pros are QLC, so worse than the 970 Evo. Only 150 TBW on this, the same as the 970 Evo, likely due to a bit more overprovisioning etc just to bring it up to par with a consumer drive.

      The selling point here is speed, and while PCIE gen 4 itself isn't really a selling point, there's some very limited circumstances where the better performance vs the 970 Evo at low queue depths might help. The controller is really good too. But I'd consider this a step backwards for those looking for durable drives. For enterprise they'd be looking at optane, especially in this size.


    980 pro was $315 per tb on Samsung's official site