Amazon.ca Amazon.ca: Get a WD Blue SN550 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD for $144.00 (regularly $169.99) Get a WD Blue 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD for $144!

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Give your computer an extra boost with this deal from Amazon.ca, because you can get a WD Blue SN550 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD for $144.00 (regularly $169.99) with free shipping -- a savings of $25.99!

Originally released in December 2019, this 1TB SSD features NVMe storage, which boasts up to four times faster speeds than standard SATA SSDs -- for reference, $144.00 is a new historical low price, while the same drive is currently $154.99 at Canada Computers. Other features include:

  • Build powerful small-form factor PCs with a slim single-sided M.2 2280 PCIe Gen3 x4 NVMe SSD
  • Get breakneck sequential read speeds up to 2,400 MB/s to improve your productivity no matter what you're doing
  • NVMe goes mainstream with a powerful, cost-effective storage solution
  • Western Digital-designed controller and firmware paired with our latest 3D NAND for optimized, consistent performance
  • Compatible with laptops or desktop motherboards with an M.2 2280 slot

This deal is available online for a limited time and qualifies for free shipping from Amazon.ca.

While this item was in stock at the listed price at the time this deal was posted, Amazon practices dynamic product replacement -- once their stock of an item is depleted, it may be replaced with the same item sold by a third-party retailer for a different price. Double-check that the listed price and shipping fees we posted are still available before you buy.

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    • recall was $145 at newegg free shipping just a week ago, still good price, but i have more than what i need now, thx 2 rfd
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    • wlee wrote: recall was $145 at newegg free shipping just a week ago, still good price, but i have more than what i need now, thx 2 rfd
      Only a handful of people got the 'deal', the OP refused to change the price back to $159.99. This is the better deal.
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    • DRAM-less if it matters for some people btw.
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    • spiritsBB wrote: Only a handful of people got the 'deal', the OP refused to change the price back to $159.99. This is the better deal.
      How much did most people need to pay for it? I feel like maybe I should return my 500GB sn750 ($95) for this one instead.
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    • johncraven wrote: DRAM-less if it matters for some people btw.
      That's a much bigger deal for SATA than it is for NVMe drives.
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    • how would this perform on my XPS 13 9360?
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    • Jep4444 wrote: That's a much bigger deal for SATA than it is for NVMe drives.
      not for lifespan.
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    • joshdboone wrote: not for lifespan.
      How much does the lifespan difference work out to be?
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    • joshdboone wrote: not for lifespan.
      You plan to write 336GB a day to this thing for 5 years? Or Maybe 118GB a day for 10 years? This drive clearly isn't targeting power users so who gives a **** about endurance.
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    • Hiding the price in the thread is known as SSD teasing, it sends my heart a flutter.

      In this case, no flutter.
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    • redflagdealsguy wrote: Hiding the price in the thread is known as SSD teasing, it sends my heart a flutter.

      In this case, no flutter.
      was not intentional, thanks for pointing out - fixed.
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    • hystavito wrote: If I remember correctly there was a lot of arguments against these Blue series in previous threads, yes?

      I don't know if it's worth it but right now it's $36 more for the Black:
      https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B07M64 ... EEQB&psc=1
      The Blue is fine for most users. It's DRAM-less but it outperforms a lot of DRAM equipped drives anyways. The endurance isn't fantastic but its still well above QLC and most users won't exhaust that ever. I wouldn't recommend users spend $36 more on a WD Black unless they are using it for write intensive work (like video editing).
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    • redflagdealsguy wrote: Hiding the price in the thread is known as SSD teasing, it sends my heart a flutter.

      In this case, no flutter.
      I'm expecting further drops as well soon, but not sure when it will stabilize... getting closer to the trigger though - when do you think prices will level out?
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    • prodacc wrote: I'm expecting further drops as well soon, but not sure when it will stabilize... getting closer to the trigger though - when do you think prices will level out?
      Hard to say, truthfully.

      I just know I'm in no rush.
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    • prodacc wrote: I'm expecting further drops as well soon, but not sure when it will stabilize... getting closer to the trigger though - when do you think prices will level out?
      I'm hoping for some nice deals in October/November for Prime Day/Black Friday. If there's a good enough deal on the Corsair MP600 by then, I might even get that if it's not too far off in price from the WD Blue or Black.
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    • This is a great price, if you're in the market for a 1TB SSD. I already have a 2TB m.2 SATA SSD, so won't be getting this one. Negligible performance increase for my use and won't be going down in capacity.
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