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Looking to add a SSD to my PC, but wanted to see if any of you know of any good deals going on.
Looking to get one that's at least 500GB.
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WD Blue prices are pretty optimal in my opinion. Check em out!
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Depending on where you're located, I'd recommend looking at PC Microcenter under open box. They usually have really good deals. Their open box items all come with full manufacturer warranty too.
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I recommend going on Amazon and looking at Corsar, WD, Samsung, Kingston, etc. Buy a name brand, not off brand.
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Cool-Kid-Mcgee wroteDepending on where you're located, I'd recommend looking at PC Microcenter under open box. They usually have really good deals. Their open box items all come with full manufacturer warranty too.


If you're willing to go the distance. Yeah this is legit the best idea. Microcenters always have something in the open boxes. Usually can get stuff up to 40% off original price tag. Otherwise it's a matter of just checking PCPartPickerList, newegg, BH, and Amazon.
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WD greens are usually cheap. Same with blues or lower end models from a few years ago. All of which are going for relatively decent prices right about now. Just spec check them before hand.
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I bought the WD Blue 3D NAND 1TB Internal SSD for $115, still think its on sale.

newegg.com/western-digital-blue-1...6820250088


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Just get anything decent with DRAM cache
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amazon.com/Samsung-500GB-Internal...amp;sr=1-1

bought that like 3 ish years ago when it was 120 and it was a very good buy I ended up just switching out all my HDD's to SSD's since it's faster and they've become cheaper over the years.
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