250GB and 500GB are on sale as well
250 GB $65.00
500 GB $84.10
Consider "$145 Delivered" for title instead of "$145.00 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend)"
no DRAM, TLC, 450 TBW
Does it matter? It's $145 for 1tb and it's plenty fast enough. $15 more than the P1 on a decent deal and it's better than the P1
A2000 is a better choice and is often cheaper
Yeah its cheaper rn
Some on Reddit and chiphell report that it's the mix of qlc and tlc depending on your fortune. Also crucial/micron avoided providing any cells' information
a2000 $148 delivered umart
Is the a2000 stable these days? A while ago there were reports of lock ups or pauses due to some power saving bugs.
I have an a2000 and haven't experienced any problems since I installed it 2 months ago.
Thanks, pulled the trigger on an a2000 to replace my 256gb drive that's becoming too full
Good deal, but I think I'd personally consider springing for the Crucial P5 1TB for an extra ~$40 if I were set on a Crucial NVMe drive. 3400MB/s seq. read and 3000MB/s seq. write speeds vs 2000/1150 makes it a lot more compelling, and for not too much extra. Price difference at 500GB is only $19 extra also.
There should be a number of PCIe 4.0 NVMe drives coming with reading speed 7000 MB+, hold your horses!
I'd imagine this would be useful as a secondary NVMe drive for something like AMD's StoreMI 2.0 for caching. Something you can slot in on a B550 board in the second M.2, since it doesn't support PCIe 4.0 on the second slot.