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(US) Crucial P1 2TB M.2 NVME PCIe 3.0x4 SSD - $149.99 at Micro Center

in-store only... I'm sad... 

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41 minutes ago, ARikozuM said:

in-store only... I'm sad... 

I picked mine up earlier today. The endurance is iffy. 400TBW if you believe Crucial, 200 if you believe MC, meaning at best you get 20 full overwrites of the drive before it’s dead.

 

 But that’s where that five year warranty comes in, and that’s a warranty from Crucial, not from Chengdu Super Solid Drive Factory No. 6…

 

I’ll be firing it up, formatting it and moving my Steam stuff over tonight. It’s so nice to get the 1TB I lost in the ITX swap back.

Sincerely,

 

me

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Fuck me that's a good deal. Almost as good as when the 2TB Mushkin Pilot E was $190, which is a top-tier SSD.

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On 5/10/2021 at 5:01 AM, aisle9 said:

I picked mine up earlier today. The endurance is iffy. 400TBW if you believe Crucial, 200 if you believe MC, meaning at best you get 20 full overwrites of the drive before it’s dead.

 

Aye those TBW are rather low 😮

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7 hours ago, FIXXX said:

 

Aye those TBW are rather low 😮

Yeaaaaah, but consider this: TBW figures are built around the worst-performing NAND an OEM is using in their drives. Maybe it's three out of ten drives that only made it to 400TBW and the rest made it to twice that, if not higher, or maybe they all used the same NAND and 400TBW really is the expectation. All the same, there's more to TBW than the number itself.

 

And that's how I rationalized buying something with that low of an endurance number. FWIW, it hasn't given me any issues, and transfers nice and quickly despite not having a heatsink.

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57 minutes ago, aisle9 said:

And that's how I rationalized buying something with that low of an endurance number. FWIW, it hasn't given me any issues, and transfers nice and quickly despite not having a heatsink.

... for now 🙂 muhahaha

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