This was posted 10 months 29 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

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Lexar NM620 1TB M.2 NVMe Internal SSD (PCIe 3.0, 3300MB/s Read, 3000 MB/s Write) $78.99 + Shipping / C&C @ PB Tech


Cheapest 1TB SSD I've seen.
Both Sata3 and NVME models available at the same price.
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  • good deal

  • Thanks OP, my laptop needed this. Can anyone advise the best method to clone my current HDD? and suitable cable?

    • +2

      best to clone it to a portable drive or may need a enclosure. i use Macrium free to clone my windows

    • +1

      +1 for Macrium Reflect. Easiest clone Ive used thus far.

  • +4

    DRAMless for those that care

  • Thanks OP. Just ordered one for my laptop upgrade.

  • Also posted on Geekzone (some feedback there already)…

  • hmm..1TB Apacer also available at $84 with corporate code, normally $90…

    • Is this better than the Lexar?

      • Pretty much the same I would guess, although the Apacer has a life TBW of 600, whereas the Lexar is 512TB, may not make much of a difference. Read speed also 560Mb/s for Apacer and marketed as a budget SSD for entry level gaming. I've therefore chosen to wait for the Apacer for my budget entry level gaming laptop which is 5 years old

  • Sweet! got some for PCs I gonna build this weekend.

  • +1

    Just grabbed one, it's running respectable benchmarks: 2,500MB read and 2,900MB/s write.
    Better numbers on almost every metric than the 500GB Samsung NVMe I use as a boot drive.

    • does it make a noticeable difference in everyday use?

      • +1

        I'm actually using it as a scratch disk for video editing rather than as a boot drive.
        I can tell the difference for pretty much everything when handling 4K and 8K video files. For smaller files it doesn't make much difference over my other NVMe (which benches at 1,730MB read, 900MB write when half-full and being used for system tasks).
        I'm thinking of moving my Steam folder over because I think the extra speed would help with gaming too.

  • This any good for a PS5?

    • +1

      Ps5 needs pcie4 ssd

    • Sequential read speed: 5,500MB/s or faster is recommended

  • +1

    Thanks OP grabbed one and it arrived just now :)

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