FS: x12 Intel P3700 400GB NVMe U.2 SSDs /w Warranty, x9 Samsung PM951 256GB NVMe M.2 SSDs, x21 64GB Dell/Innodisk SATADOM 0FXGNM

frogtech

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Greetings!

For sale, all prices shipped:

  • QTY 12 8 - Intel P3700 400GB NVMe U.2 SSDs | $125/ea, minimum 'order' of 2, $1400 for all
    • received these as brand new, all have warranty verified through Intel website and 0 GB written when originally received
    • earliest warranty expiration is July 12, 2021, latest warranty expiration is March 19, 2022
    • OEM Intel drives, all were updated to the latest firmware available a few months ago by me, I believe FW 8DV101H0, but if there is something newer available now, you will have no problem updating
    • any GB written/read to drives are from very light benchmarks (crystaldiskmark), not from actual production/lab use, and I only benchmarked literally a couple consistently (<100GB)
  • QTY 9 - Samsung PM951 256GB NVMe M.2 SSDs | $35/ea, minimum 'order' of 4, $250 for all
    • selling as used working pulls as I can't remember if they were listed as brand new or not when purchased, I believe they were just "seller refurbished" pulls from laptops/tablets (think MS Surface or Dell XPS possibly?)
    • tested/working
  • QTY 21 19 - Dell/Innodisk 64GB SATADOM | $30/ea, minimum 'order' of 10, buy all, $550 for all
    • selling as brand new, these are all un-used, but tested/working, aside from a few which only had a mirrored ESXi installation, all others remain un-written to
    • worked perfectly in SuperMicro X10 boards SATADOM ports (orange, self powered), absolutely no issues
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Please PM me with any questions.
 
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frogtech

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updated OP with what's sold/available

all m.2 ssds sold, 2 satadoms sold as part of a shipment where someone bought 4 P3700 drives
 

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EDIT: No answer in PM's after two weeks. That's simply shitty behaviour. Count me out from previous interest.
 
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