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Get $320 off the 1TB SanDisk Extreme Pro Internal SSD — the Best Storage Deal of the Day

SanDisk Extreme Pro Internal
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When it comes to picking the best SSD, you'll need a mix of fast speeds, long-lasting endurance and good thermal performance. But when it comes to deals, none are quite as good as this.

SanDisk’s Extreme Pro 1TB Internal SSD has now seen its price chopped by over $320 — down to just $129.99 at Best Buy.

SanDisk Extreme Pro 1TB Internal SSD: was $449.99, now $129.99 at Best Buy
The 1TB version of this PCIe Gen 3 NVMe drive sports 3D NAND technology, data transfer rates up to 3,400MB/s, and SanDisk’s expertise in durability and power management — all in a compact M.2 form factor.View Deal

The Extreme Pro gives you maximum read/write speeds of 3,400 and 2,800 MB/s, respectively, paired with SanDisk’s nCache 3.0 for multi-tier caching.

It also comes with SanDisk's SSD Dashboard software, where you'll be able to analyze the drive, update the firmware and the like. You'll also get a super long 5-year manufacturer warranty. 

At 1TB, this drive's large enough to be both a fantastic boot drive and load up plenty of games rapidly, making it a great option to speed up your build for cheap.

  • tennis2
    $320 off a 1TB SSD?!?!

    The deals bot got tricked today.
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  • g-unit1111
    $450 for a midrange M2 drive? That's nuts. I can go to Newegg and get a Crucial P5, Intel 665P, or a WD SN750 for much less money and they're much better drives for the price.
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  • USAFRet
    g-unit1111 said:
    $450 for a midrange M2 drive? That's nuts. I can go to Newegg and get a Crucial P5, Intel 665P, or a WD SN750 for much less money and they're much better drives for the price.
    1TB 970 EVO Plus, currently $150

    That was just some weirdness from WorstBuy.
    I wonder how many they sold at that $450 price.
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  • King_V
    Yeah, uh, someone tell me why anyone ever thought $450 was a normal price for this?
    Reply
  • g-unit1111
    USAFRet said:
    1TB 970 EVO Plus, currently $150

    That was just some weirdness from WorstBuy.
    I wonder how many they sold at that $450 price.

    I'd say probably 0. I don't know if you could sell less than 0.

    I bought two WD SN750s - both were $130 a piece and both are great drives.
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  • retrofitit
    For $5 more I can get a 1tb SK Hynix Gold P31 which is faster (read 3500mbps, write 3400mbps).
    That is regular price not sale price.
    Oh, and it is actually able to be shipped to where I live.

    So yeah, not really impressed.
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  • SmartTechGirl
    Tom's readers (and Best Buy shoppers) (and Tom's authors) (and Tom) are all totally unaware of the common prices of common items. They see a grossly inflated price... that's been reduced as.... "wow! what an amazing discount". They don't know they've been scammed. And Tom just helps spread the scan. Thanks Tom.
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  • USAFRet
    SmartTechGirl said:
    Tom's readers....are all totally unaware of the common prices of common items.
    If you read the preceeding comments, you'll find that is not the case.
    Reply