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is samsung ssd's on aliexpress any good???

when i was browsing for ssd's prices in general...

i found on aliexpress ssd 860 evo 250gb with just 48$+3$ shipping
but on the other sellers in general in my country just sell the same ssd 250gb with almost 70$
and if you tell me aliexpress has fake products and so on...
the seller on the offer is actualy the samsung global store with 800k follower so it's the original store and with 99.2% positive feedbacks
and the only 1 star review on the offer is (the product is not arrived) that's all
but i don't see anyone who has 1 star review and say it's fake ssd
so it's all original

i'm also found another offer ssd 970 evo plus 250gb nvme ssd with just 60$+3$ shipping

so the prices on aliexpress is good
so do you recommend buying from aliexpress or what??

here is the links:


https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32852808447.html?spm=a2g0o.productlist.0.0.2a1c3cf3rRvKKj&algo_pvid=324d2a63-1360-4d5d-a6d4-0a3008c73066&algo_expid=324d2a63-1360-4d5d-a6d4-0a3008c73066-0&btsid=0bb0623c16002823211817594e13c9&ws_ab_test=searchweb0_0,searchweb201602_,searchweb201603_

 

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32974584199.html?spm=a2g0o.productlist.0.0.5ee73f08IwoYWM&algo_pvid=2f9f7714-82cc-4ff2-ba22-1105e46cd08d&algo_expid=2f9f7714-82cc-4ff2-ba22-1105e46cd08d-0&btsid=0bb0622e16002826183213871ec613&ws_ab_test=searchweb0_0,searchweb201602_,searchweb201603_

 

 

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Im pretty sure that the first one is actually real, in the US that SSD does go for around 50usd (Source:https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07864WMK8?tag=pcpapi-20&linkCode=ogi&th=1&psc=1)  so this might just be a Chinese reseller.

Now the second one is a bit more questionable, it isn't a too good to be true deal (it's only 10usd under market value) but it's Aliexpress so you never know.

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1 minute ago, AlwaysWong said:

Why buy from aliexpress? 

because the prices in my country which is algeri are somewhat expensive
with the same price of 860 evo from aliexpress in my country you will get a adata ssd su650 which is a dramless simple ssd and samsung's ssd also a bit expensive like 70$ for 860 evo 250gb unlike aliexpress which is 48$ and original

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1 minute ago, Vin Eurodiesel said:

Now the second one is a bit more questionable, it isn't a too good to be true deal (it's only 10usd under market value) but it's Aliexpress so you never know.

the review on it all is very good and i recommend the seller etc.... and the 1star review is not a fake ssd it's not receiving the product
so what do you think about it???

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1 minute ago, M.R_KING said:

the review on it all is very good and i recommend the seller etc.... and the 1star review is not a fake ssd it's not receiving the product
so what do you think about it???

I wouldn't be too skeptical about it, considering everything, even if it was a scam AliExpress has a pretty good customer protection.

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1 minute ago, Vin Eurodiesel said:

I wouldn't be too skeptical about it, considering everything, even if it was a scam AliExpress has a pretty good customer protection.

yeah a month and half to resend the product

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I order from Aliexpress any time it makes sense (do I need it NOW, no, I can wait a month or two for shipping - to the US).  I have only had 1 issue with a seller not getting me a product as described and Aliexpress intervened and gave me the partial refund I requested for me to purchase the items that didn't arrive, stateside.  I like Aliexpress.  Its how I build custom mult-rad loops for $100 or less.

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