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Cheapest Samsung SSD Deals

Samsung 750 EVO SSD 2.5" 500GB MZ-750500BW

Samsung 750 EVO SSD 2.5" 500GB MZ-750500BW
list price:$149.99
savings:$25
NewEgg via eBay$124.99Sep 12, 2016
shipping:Free shipping
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    • Mike Paddock
      Mike PaddockAug 24, 2016when the price was $127.99

      June 2016 released Samsung 500GB SSD down to $128 today on NewEgg's eBay page. Elsewhere online a $140 - $150 drive.

    Samsung 750 EVO SSD 2.5" 250GB MZ-750250BW

    Samsung 750 EVO SSD 2.5" 250GB MZ-750250BW
    list price:$99.99
    savings:$37
    NewEgg via eBay$62.99Sep 08, 2016
    shipping:Free shipping
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    • Michael Tibi
      Michael Tibi posted thisSep 08, 2016

      The Samsung 750 EVO 250GB SSD dropped to a mere $63 with free shipping on NewEgg's eBay store. Elsewhere $70 and up. Sales tax in CA, IN, NJ, and TN.

      Samsung PM851 512GB mSATA SSD MZMTE512HMHP

      Samsung PM851 512GB mSATA SSD MZMTE512HMHP
      list price:$119.99
      total savings:$20
      coupon code:
      for $20 off
      Amazon$99.99 w/ CouponAug 16, 2016
      shipping:Free shipping
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      • Mike Paddock
        Mike Paddock posted thisAug 02, 2016

        Rare coupon discount at Amazon. New low by $20 today on this Samsung 512GB SSD at Amazon. Originally a $450 purchase when it released back in 2014, now only a fraction of that price.

        EXPIRED: Samsung 850 Pro Series 2.5" SSD 256GB MZ-7KE256BW

        Samsung 850 Pro Series 2.5" SSD 256GB MZ-7KE256BW
        list price:$139.99
        savings:$25
        NewEgg via eBay$114.99
        expiredSep 08
        shipping:Free shipping
        EXPIRED: Sep 08
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        The average price for this deal since released is $135.79. Lowest historic price was $97.99 on Dec 29, 2015.

            Past Editor’s Notes and Discussions

          • Michael Tibi
            Michael TibiDec 29, 2015when the price was $97.99

            Reliable 256GB Samsung Pro SSD dropped to its all time low today. Previous low on this model was $115 five months ago, but today on Adorama it's hit the new low and with free shipping.

          • Michael Tibi
            Michael TibiAug 12, 2015when the price was $114.99 with 1 coupon for $25.00 off

            The 256GB Samsung 850 Pro SSD is at a new low at NewEgg today, beating Amazon and other retailers by $27 or more. This is the first drive series of consumer SSDs with 3D NAND.

          • Mike Paddock
            Mike PaddockAug 07, 2015when the price was $119.99

            Solid deal on a Solid State Drive. Today this 256GB reliable Samsung 850 Pro dropped to $120 with free shipping on Adorama's eBay store page. Ties the lowest price ever not seen since April of this year. Amazon is $145 for the same drive right now, and it can go as high as $240 elsewhere. Word from eBay is there are 1,500 of these in stock at this price.

          • Daniel Brasher
            Daniel BrasherApr 14, 2015when the price was $119.99

            Nice price on the 256GB Samsung 850 Pro SSD. (256GB is the new 128GB these days, right?) You save $20 compared to Amazon. If you want a drive with consistently stellar IO and a history of reliability, you can't go wrong with this one.

          • Daniel Brasher
            Daniel BrasherMar 26, 2015when the price was $129.99

            The popular, reliable, powerful Samsung 850 Pro Series has been sliding down in price lately. Today you can snag the 256GB capacity for the best price we've seen yet via NewEgg's eBay storefront, beating Amazon and others by $24 or more. First consumer drive with 3D NAND, if you like bragging rights.

          Samsung's made a name for itself as a manufacturer of high performance, reliable electronics, and this reputation strongly applies with its 840 and 840 Pro lines of SSDs. Although these two are Samsung's current flagship lines, the previous 830 Series generation earned numerous accolades and is still an excellent buy for users looking for speed without sacrificing stellar reliability and vice versa.

          The primary difference between the 840 and the 840 Pro lines lies in the kind of NAND flash each drive uses. The regular 840 Series uses TLC NAND, which means each cell of the SSD holds three bits, as opposed to the two bits held by MLC NAND cells. So the storage density of the regular 840 Series is greater than that of the 840 Pro Series, allowing Samsung to sell it to you at a lower cost. The downside is that the 840 Series is slower and in theory has fewer write cycles (effectively lifespan) than the 840 Pro Series - but the latter concern is largely irrelevant for normal use.

          A quick summary

          • 830 Series: MLC NAND (2 bits per cell, faster, more write cycles)
          • 840 Series: TLC NAND (3 bits per cell, cheaper, but slower and fewer write cycles)
          • 840 Pro Series: MLC NAND (2 bits per cell, faster, more write cycles)

          So, which drive should YOU get?

          Honestly, if you're like most users, it won't matter. You won't reach the write cycle limits on any of these drives over the course of several years of frequent usage. You won't see an enormous difference in bootup or program load times. You'll get bragging rights if you get the 840 Pro Series for speed benchmarks, but we wouldn't advise you to buy just based on benchmarks. (Well, okay, it IS pretty cool to be able to write at well over 400MB/sec :)

          That said, if you see a new Samsung 830 Series SSD at a bargain price, jump on it. It's more than fast enough for most needs and has a fantastic record where reliability is concerned. As the 840 and 840 Pro's track records become more established, chances are they'll show a similar trend, but where your data's concerned, there's no reason not to go with a proven option that often costs significantly less than the lesser known option.

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          1. $124.99Sep 12, 2016
            500GB Samsung 750 EVO SSD 2.5" MZ-750500BW
          2. $62.99Sep 08, 2016
            250GB Samsung 750 EVO SSD 2.5" MZ-750250BW
          3. $99.99Aug 16, 2016
            512GB Samsung PM851 mSATA SSD MZMTE512HMHP
          4. expiredSep 08, 2016
            256GB Samsung 850 Pro Series 2.5" SSD MZ-7KE256BW
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