Samsung 840 Pro 128G $130 with ACIII

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  1. c5bill macrumors newbie

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    500GB 840 for $299

    The 500GB is available today fro $299 with this code: EMCJJHN34
     
  2. dmw16 macrumors regular

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  3. c5bill macrumors newbie

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    There is a review by AnandTech HERE with some performance comparisons
     
  4. Krafty macrumors 601

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    THANKS! This may be my first SSD drive.
     
  5. richnyc macrumors regular

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    Crazy deal!!! Out of stock, for now;)

    I was looking into this one recently; have a 256GB Samsung 830 as my start up drive and looking into 512GB one for my data in the optical bay. Got a decent deal though on Crucial m4 on eBay ($310) yesterday, so I'm out;)
     
  6. Krafty macrumors 601

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    Completely overlooked that. Guess no SSD for me.
     
  7. richnyc macrumors regular

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    No worries, just keep scanning Newegg in the next few days, some other crazy deals might pop up, especially Thu and Fri... I think we might see more 512GB SSDs close to or below $300.
     
  8. dmw16 macrumors regular

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    Macmall has the 256GB Samsung 830 for $167. Or at least they did this morning.
     
  9. Krafty macrumors 601

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    I need 500GB+. I only have 90GB left on my 500GB HDD. Even then, I really need the storage space. I have a 1TB external but even thats over 3/4th filled.
     
  10. dmw16 macrumors regular

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    That's the current challenge of SSD's. I decided to go ahead and use a 256GB SSD and then a 4TB (in RAID 0) Thunderbolt enclosure.
     

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