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$400 a few months ago: https://forums.servethehome.com/index.php?threads/new-optane-900p-480gb-400.25560/#post-236845
Speaking from experience—have you checked if the CMOS battery is dead?
FYI, my non-delided X10SDV-16C idles around 45–55°C. Curious to see the difference.
FYI, P3700 1.6 TB for $360: PROVANTAGE: Intel SSDPE2MD016T401 1.6TB DC P3700 OEM Series 2.5" PCIe 3.0 SSD
I don't think the extra 400 GB is worth...
P2000 benefits (mentioned in thread, but not summarized) over similarly spec'ed consumer careds:
Single slot, not 1.5 or 2 slots
Instructions for Linux:
1. Get Intel SSD Data Center tool for Linux Download Intel® SSD Data Center Tool (Intel® SSD DCT), install (I used deb...
Nice find! Note, the image is wrong — if you look up the part number, it is the 2.5" NVMe U.2 device as the OP has posted, not an AIC (add-in card).
Wow, insanely low prices. Very few 2.5" products left in stock, however…
Purchased 2 units as well, just under $400. Great place to put shucked EasyStores!
What are the downsides of a Best Buy business account?
Magic ball set?
Set your fonts to 200%. It's similar to a 27" 1080p panel (i.e. very readable), but with MUCH sharper fonts.
In the spirit of OK-ish deals… Costco has the Dell U2718Q 27" 4K monitors for $369 AC + $10 S&H + tax.
Just bought 3x myself....
Agreed — great price at $60! Not so much at $100…
FYI: rated for 700 TB (0.7 PB) writes lifetime.
OOS — someone bought the remaining drives quickly.
Snagged this myself! Have to pay $50 sales tax in CA unfortunately, eating up half of the savings…
Not a fan of Gigabyte motherboards personally — eagerly waiting for the reviews after the official release (Aug 10).
I don't think these (the Oracle P3605 version) can take Intel's firmware — at least I wasn't able to get the Intel SSD toolbox to do anything....