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Old 21-12-18, 05:29 PM
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SSD pricing is set to decrease by 10% in Q1 2019

Price decreased despite growing SSD adoption.



Read more about SSD pricing being set to lower in early 2019.

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Old 21-12-18, 06:46 PM
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Good and about time
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Good and about time
About time? They've been low for so long now. Only price issue we have is memory
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Old 22-12-18, 03:03 PM
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About time? They've been low for so long now. Only price issue we have is memory
About time as in getting close to normal drive prices mate. My 120 ssd cost £45 they now cost 1/2 that and I am now able to realistically ask the missus for an nvme drive for xmas
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About time as in getting close to normal drive prices mate. My 120 ssd cost £45 they now cost 1/2 that and I am now able to realistically ask the missus for an nvme drive for xmas
Interesting. I can get a normal SATA drive for less than $30 in the US. My fault for assuming it would be similar to the UK
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Interesting. I can get a normal SATA drive for less than $30 in the US. My fault for assuming it would be similar to the UK
You can here now £20 for 120Gb sata.
The current trend is great and I hope we see nvme replace sata in the way that sata ssd replaced platters
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You can here now £20 for 120Gb sata.
The current trend is great and I hope we see nvme replace sata in the way that sata ssd replaced platters
I meant about 6 months ago I was at those prices. They haven't changed much in the past month or so. Or difficult to tell since everything is on sale with the holiday season. Though I do notice NVMe drives are slightly cheaper overall at there non sale price. Just good you guys are seeing the benefits at least
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