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Unexpected price for Intel's massive volume NVME drives

Need 2 terabyte of In the most compact configuration there is? You should check out this deal at Newegg's online store

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The price of NVME drives continues to surprise us for the better, and after We told you about the highly profitable versions of the Crucial P1 His brother's turn comes to the era of QLC chips, 660p's , Steal the show - at least when it comes to 2 terabytes, which is the maximum that can be found today on standard 2 millimeter standard M.80 drives.

Newegg has made another cut to the price of the drive, And it now stands at NIS 893 as a base - and NIS 1,094 includes fast home delivery and VAT increment. That's about the cost of about 55 a dime per gigabyte of Which can be declared very cost-effective compared to SATA drives of the same size, and not only in comparison with the various NVN drives.

Drives The first ones are not the fastest in the market - but keep their original promise and become the most profitable, and a significant gap from the competition

If you are interested in a more modest volume (and especially price) you can also choose In the terabyte of the 660p in question, Which is also the most affordable offer in the field right now - NIS 625 including VAT and home delivery.

500GB NVMe drives and costs lower than the Israeli VAT threshold do not exist at this time, with the return of Crucial P1 to its original price level - but if you want you can enjoy The appropriate S2G sample of the Plextor brand in 512GB, M.2 and SATA interface, at a final price of ILS 274 including shipping. It pays well for those who need the miniaturized physical configuration but not for the maximal speeds of the E-.

No - but still paying off and below the VAT payment threshold

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