Staples Staples: Get a Samsung 970 EVO Plus 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD for $199.99 (regularly $269.99) Get a Samsung 970 EVO Plus 1TB NVMe SSD for $200!

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Speed up your PC with an upgrade from Staples, because you can get a Samsung 970 EVO Plus 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD for $199.99 (regularly $269.99) with free shipping -- a savings of $70.00!

This deal is also available at other retailers including Amazon.ca, Best Buy and Newegg.ca, but you can save even more at Staples by using the promo code 75358 at checkout for an extra $10.00 off (eligibility may vary by account).

Originally released in January 2019, $199.99 is a new historical low price for this 1TB SSD, which uses NVMe flash for up to four times faster speeds than standard SATA SSDs -- a few other features include:

  • 1GB cache buffer delivers rapid processing speeds to enhance your performance
  • M.2 interface provides read speeds of up to 3500MB/s and write speeds of up to 3300MB/s
  • PCI Express 3.0 x 4 (NVMe) interface makes connection to your computer simple
  • AES 256-bit hardware encryption helps to protect your sensitive data
  • Dynamic Thermal Guard technology safeguards the drive from overheating

This deal is available online until October 29 and qualifies for free shipping from Staples.ca.

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    • Thx OP!
      Ordered one.
      Last time 2 years ago I got very good deal for 2 SATA Samsung 860 EVO 1TB for 115 each tax incl with ebay 15% coupon from newegg and pretty happy with these.
      Now it's time to upgrade to Ryzen platform, I already got MSI Tomahawk X570, Ryzen 3800x, 16 GB Ripjaws RAM, thanks to RFD got everything with discount. But as a cherry on top NVMe SSD was missing, I believe this one is a good choice.
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    • Too bad I already have (2x) WD SN750 1TB drives sitting idle thanks to CDW.
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    • This or WD SN750?
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    • While not super comparable at $309.99, the Samsung 980 Pro 1TB is likely the reason behind these price drops.
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    • FreezingCanada wrote: While not super comparable at $329, the Samsung 980 Pro 1TB is likely the reason behind these price drops.
      It was $309.99 on Amazon when it was in stock.
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    • Variability wrote: It was $309.99 on Amazon when it was in stock.
      No wonder it's OOS.
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    • Variability wrote: It was $309.99 on Amazon when it was in stock.
      Sorry, you're correct, my pre-order is for $309.99 too.
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    • redflagdealsguy wrote: No wonder it's OOS.
      It's regular pricing. It's not incredibly faster than the 970 Evo Plus either.
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    • FreezingCanada wrote: It's regular pricing. It's not incredibly faster than the 970 Evo Plus either.
      Looks like it's up to twice as fast.
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    • Windows 10 is optimized for SATA SSDs, it has yet to tap the potential of NVMe use cases.

      Moreover, our use-cases have yet to push the envelope in a meaningful way outside of STEM and Gaming.

      Direct Memory for Gaming is the next big use case for NVMe SSDs.
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    • For people looking to save a bit: I bought a SX8200 Pro 1TB for $159.99 recently for my Thinkpad, and very pleased. 970 Evo (almost) performance for 20% less.
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    • Good call, for whatever reason I thought the price beat was 15%. Ignore me haha.
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    • redflagdealsguy wrote: Sabrent is way faster. Its NVMe 4.0, assuming your slot supports that performance.
      hey man, you see any issues with using Sabrent gen 4 500gb for boot drive and software, and using SN750 1tb for cache and rendering? Only looking to video edit, no gaming. I know my write/read will be bottlenecked by the Gen 3, but I guess my main intent was to get fast boot up speed. I do care about transfer speeds but I don't transfer enough data that the difference in speed would be detrimental between the two. Not sure if its worth getting a 1tb Gen 4 ssd if I dont have such demanding needs.

      Also, I plan on running a virtual machine for my lady to use it as a second computer (just to study, very mild usage). Would it be best to set this up in boot drive, second M.2, or a SATA SSD i have? I'm still learning, but also read people do it in unRAID. Not sure how unRAID works tbh.

      Appreciate your help and knowledge
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