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Samsung 970 EVO Plus SSD 1TB NVMe M.2 US$49.44 (~NZ$83.83 Approx. Delivered) @ Amazon US


Possibly the cheapest for this drive. Clip $7 coupon to get the price down to $42.99 USD + gst. Screengrab

About this item

  • Always Evolving SSD: The 970 EVO Plus is powered by the latest V-NAND technology and firmware optimization, maximizing the potential of NVMe bandwidth; Comes in storage capacities of up to 2TB, with reliability of up to 1,200 TBW.Computer Platform:PC.Voltage : 3.3 V ± 5 % Allowable voltage..Allowable Voltage : 3.3 V ± 5 % Allowable voltage
  • Breakthrough Read/Write Speeds: The 970 EVO Plus reaches sequential read/write speeds up to 3,500/3,300 MB/s, up to 53%* faster than the 970 EVO
  • Samsung Magician for Data Security: This software provides a suite of user-friendly tools that help you keep your drive up to date, monitor drive health and speed, and even boost performance
  • Superior Heat Dissipation: Samsung’s Dynamic Thermal Guard automatically monitors and maintains optimal operating temperatures to minimize performance drops
  • 6 Year Limited Warranty: The 970 EVO Plus provides up to 600 TBW (Terabytes Written) with 5-years of protection for exceptional endurance powered by the latest V-NAND technology and Samsung's reputation for quality
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  • +1

    US $49.44 conversion in wise is giving me NZ$83.71, just if anyone is wondering.

    • +1

      83.53 in revolut for me

  • +1

    Thanks OP. Just bought one for my laptop.

  • +3

    Thanks OP. Just bought 2, not sure I'll need them considering I bought like 10 SSDs in the past few months because of Cheapies deals. RIP my wallet.

    • What have you been doing with all those SSDs?

      • 2 for my PS5, the other for my server and the rest used as external portable SSD. Oh and some went to my old laptops. I actually dont need them tbh

  • The price doesn't include the GST Amazon adds (unless there is a way around that?). Even with the extra $7 off coupon it comes to a total of NZD $85.42 delivered for me.

    • +2

      Total Price is US$49.44 which includes GST. It's not after that.

      Here is what I paid - NZ$83.83 on my wise account.

  • +1

    Did they put the price up slightly?
    Shows as $49.99 USD for me, not 49.44

  • +1

    I feel its not worth the hassle to buy it on amazon us when you can buy something similar (same speeds) in PB for cheaper


    Easier to return if you have any issues if you buy on pb.

    • +3

      It's personal choice, but Samsung is tlc vs qlc on crucial. Samsung has more durability.


      • +3

        with a 5 year warranty from a local shop I honestly wouldnt bother buying something so cheap all the way from the US. If we were talking about a saving of 15% to 25%, sure, but not for 3 dollars. Plus TLC vs QLC, its not like we are mounting a data center at home, it honestly wont make a big difference, there are error correction algorithms that sort that out for you. The main thing here should be read/write speeds.

        • +5

          Yes correct for most any drive should be fine. I am using it for cache drive in a server so 600 TBW compared to 220 on crucial is important to me. Both are good.

          For some it's more about reliability rather than having the hassle of claiming warranty and setting things up again.

          • +1

            @ace310: I love these discussions. Saves me so much work :)

  • I bought one, it's a great deal.

    Makes me wonder when 4TB SSD's will be selling for under $100….prices have been plummeting lately. Then I can ditch mechanical drives entirely.

    • Not that soon. but not that far away either. Probably few months to a year max

  • Was this a free shipping deal to NZ originally? Amazon is adding 11USD for shipping now if it was, or am i missing something on how to get free shipping?

    • +1

      Yes. It was free. Looks like free shipping is gone now.

      My order looks like this

      • +1

        Ah thanks. Need to decide quicker next time!

        • +1

          If you need to decide, then probably you don't need it. Lol. Maybe better deal is waiting for you.

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