2TB WD SSD Now Only 5 Cents per GB: Real Deals

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There's been a wonderful dip in SSD storage prices in recent months, and with the overall decline in PC part sales, it's a great time to keep an eye out for bargains like this WD Black SN770 2TB SSD for only $109. At only 5 cents per GB, this fast Gen 4 SSD with read speeds of 5150 MBps is an ideal budget drive for hosting your operating system or for quickly loading your favorite games. 

Build an inexpensive small form factor PC with this ASRock B660M Pro RS for only $94. With its micro-ATX form and support for DDR4 memory, this board can support some of the cheaper parts to make an excellent budget PC build. Whether or not it could be used to build a gaming PC for under $500 depends on how much you could pick the other parts up for. 

DDR5 memory has also shot down in pricing since launch and it's about time. I'm still hoping for prices to keep dropping, but it's good to see RAM such as this Corsair Vengeance 32GB 6000MHZ DDR5 RAM down to $134. Here's hoping GPU pricing plummets next. 

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WD Black SN770 2TB M.2 SSD: now $109 at Newegg with promo codeSSCQ632

WD Black SN770 2TB M.2 SSD: now $109 at Newegg with promo code (was $199)
The Gen 4 WD Black SN770 from Western Digital has sequential read speeds of 5150 MBps and write speeds of 4850 MBps, with a 1200 TBW rating. Use promo code SSCQ632 for a $10 discount.

ASRock B660M Pro RSMicro-ATX Motherboard: now $94 at Amazon

ASRock B660M Pro RS Micro-ATX Motherboard: now $94 at Amazon (was $149)
This little LGA1700 micro-ATX motherboard from ASRock supports Intel's 12th and 13th generation CPUs and has support for DDR4 memory up to 4800MHz when overclocked. There is only room for one M.2 slot on this mobo.

Corsair Vengeance 32GB DDR5 6000MHz RAM: now $134 at Newegg

Corsair Vengeance 32GB DDR5 6000MHz RAM: now $134 at Newegg (was $159)
These two 16GB sticks of DDR5 6000MHz RAM have timings of 36-36-36-76 and a CAS latency of 36. The recommended voltage is 1.35V, and this Corsair Vengeance RAM kit supports Intel XMP 3.0

G.SKILL Ripjaws S5 Series 32GB DDR5 5600MHz RAM: now $127 at Newegg

G.SKILL Ripjaws S5 Series 32GB DDR5 5600MHz RAM: now $127 at Newegg (was $146)
These two 16GB sticks of DDR5 5600MHz RAM have timings of 28-34-34-89 and a CAS latency of 28.  The recommended voltage is 1.35V. 

Elegoo Water Washable 3D Printer Resin: now $29 at Amazon

Elegoo Water Washable 3D Printer Resin: now $29 at Amazon (was $49)
This resin from Elegoo is water washable, making the finishing process much easier to complete. This discount applies to multiple colors but not all of them. 

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Stewart Bendle
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Stewart Bendle is a deals writer at Tom's Hardware. A firm believer in “Bang for the buck” Stewart likes to research the best prices for hardware and build PCs that have a great price for performance ratio.

  • cyrusfox
    Come on now, 2tb for $109110 that comes to 109.99/2000 5.4995cents. Yes technically rounds down to 5 cents... but what is this, gas station pricing....
    If we wanted to get really technical you only get 1862 usable GB so actually the true cost is 109.99/1862 5.91 cents per GB.

    Still not as good as my Black Firday $70 for 2tb microcenter drive(Inland QN322), but the specs of this 2tb drive are vastly superior. Not sure they are $40 better though.

    Edit: the math, drive is really $110 (119.99 with 10 dollar coupon)
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  • logainofhades
    As that Indland drive is a 3.0 QLC drive, yes this is $40 better.
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  • Matt_ogu812
    TL;DR — Today’s Best DealsWD Black SN770 2TB M.2 SSD: now $109 at Newegg (opens in new tab) with promo code (was $199)ASRock B660M Pro RS Micro-ATX Motherboard: now $94 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (was $149)Corsair Vengeance 32GB DDR5 6000MHz RAM: now $134 at Newegg (opens in new tab) (was $159)G.SKILL Ripjaws S5 Series 32GB DDR5 5600MHz RAM: now $127 at Newegg (opens in new tab) (was $146)Elegoo Water Washable 3D Printer Resin: now $29 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (was $49)I can under why this list of parts have to do with building a 'small form factor' PC but how doe the Elegoo Water Washable 3D Printer Resinfit in the mix?

    Regarding the WD 2TB SSD.......I have WD in one of my laptops and a Samsung in the other.
    My tower has Samsung and a OCZ.
    Out of all of them I prefer the Samsung primarily because of the software. Going from a mechanical hard drive to any SSD was an eye opener
    as far as speed goes.
    If one SSD is faster than the other was of interest but when all is said and done setup and reliability is king.
    So far they all have not disappointed 2-4 years out.
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