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Deal: Samsung 2TB 970 EVO Plus NVMe M.2 Internal SSD

If you haven't been following the NVMe market the usual price lately has been around $100 per TB.  Thisis the first time I've seen a brand name such as Samsung well under that value.

You have to be careful with lower tier brands of NVMe's because there's alot of accusations flying around about swapping down parts after reviews are completed.  Good brand names that do everything themselves internally such as Samsung, and Western Digital are not as susceptible to that.  You have never have enough NVMe storage for either working in lightroom, videos, etc.

This deal is for a EVO Plus version of the Samsung 2TB NVMe - even if you can't use it in your computer, you can buy an external case - or a docking station that you can use this with.

It's not listed when this deal will end, so I would suggest getting it sooner than later.

Purchase it here for $179.00 an instant savings of $120.00


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