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Samsung 860 EVO 2TB SATA III M.2 SSD $299 ($263 after Cashback) Delivered @ BPC Tech


combine with https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/606103 to get $36 cashback from https://www.samsung.com/au/offer/ssd-cashback-2021/

2TB MZ-N6E2T0BW - $36

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  • Sata interface?

  • This or the crucial 1tb M2 P2 for $130 (posted yesterday).

    • Depends on your situation, P2 is m.2/NVMe, but DRAMless (uses HMB). Also, comparing 1TB low cost m.2/NVMe vs 2TB m.2/SATA is weird (what exactly are you after?).

      860 Evo is m.2/SATA3. Honestly, if you are after 860 Evo, unless you completely run out of SATA3 ports and don't mind using a m.2 slot fo a SATA3 SSD, you are better off getting the native SATA3 version.

  • Bought WD Blue SN550 2TB for $299, think that's better choice.

    • It is one of the worst performing drives though, slower than sata. It would be good as a file drive though, but not any good for running software from. or caching or as a boot drive. It's very slow, it's affordable, but not a bargain, you get what you pay for with it

      • I use the 1TB version as my primary drive. Works great, not sure what you're talking about
        I don't storage intensive tasks like photo or video editing but do run games off it.

        • It looks like I'm replying to noodlefan who is talking about SN550 , that gets the mix of performance to price just right. They perfected the compromise. I"m speaking about Crucial P2 which is trash, just read any review with performance stats and graphs, also compare it to SN550 which is the budget drive to get

  • Haha, I missed out on this cash back by 5 days. $71 gone…………. facepalm

  • You'd only consider SATA for nearline storage (unused game library, completed projects) in which case a QLC nvme drive would be suitable.

    That being said, there's TLC at this price point (within $50).