eBay - MICRON MTFDHAL1T6TCU 9200 MAX 1.6TB NVMe U.2 Enterprise SSD - $165 OBO

awp

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Seems like a good deal — I wonder what the usage on them are like.

Anyone know what the port on the left side of this photo is? Is it a USB Micro B port for firmware upgrades or something?

 
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triples

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Wondering between this and a 200ish P3605.
e.g. this (200 offer)

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Contacted the seller. The 9200 MAX drives have ~1000 hours usage. Don't know wear level.
 
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amp88

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One thing you might want to take into consideration is that these drives will consume quite a lot of power, so you'd have to account for that with your cooling solution. According to the datasheet (direct link to Micron PDF), the drive will use "<8W" at idle and somewhere around 17-25W under load.
 

cyprus

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I was wondering when that micron drive would pop up on here
Its the best price ive seen for the 1.6TB but a few months ago you could get the 3.2TB version for under $250
 

zack$

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One thing you might want to take into consideration is that these drives will consume quite a lot of power, so you'd have to account for that with your cooling solution. According to the datasheet (direct link to Micron PDF), the drive will use "<8W" at idle and somewhere around 17-25W under load.
Yeah no kidding with the heat this thing generates, datasheet states operating airflow at "450 LFM at 25°C ambient".

Doubt this drive will work in most homelab spaces.