The 1TB edition of the Crucial P1 internal SSD is listed on Newegg at an 11% discount. It's usually priced around $119 but is listed today at only $106.
This SSD uses a PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe interface to connect. It has an M.2 2280 form factor, taking up very little space. It can store a maximum of 1TB worth of data.
Read/write speeds can make a huge difference when it comes to performance. Under ideal conditions, the Crucial P1 has read/write speeds that can reach as high as 2000/1700MBps.
If you want to check out this deal yourself, visit the Crucial P1 product page on Newegg. The deal is set without an expiration date, so it isn't clear how long it will be made available.
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The P1 is only a deal at well under $100/TB (less than $95 at max)Reply
It's a competitor to the Intel 660p, with QLC write speeds dropping to spinning rust speeds after cache exhaustion.
Right now, you can get a true competitor to the Samsung 970 Evo Plus, for $120.
The Adata SX 8200 Pro is $119.99 for a 1TB on a few sites, and is in a whole different, top tier, class of performance, with TLC NAND as it's fallback after SLC cache exhaustion.
merlinq said:Right now, you can get a true competitor to the Samsung 970 Evo Plus, for $120.
The Adata SX 8200 Pro is $119.99 for a 1TB
I searched alot and could not find your prices at all.
Amazon.com.nofanneeded said:I searched alot and could not find your prices at all.
There is a $15 coupon on the 1TB, and a $20 coupon on the 2TB