Newegg via eBay: *Refurbished* Intel SSD DC S3700 Series 2.5" 800GB $200 Shipped

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  1. keybored

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  2. RobertFontaine

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    so nice. damn invoice hasn't been paid yet :(
     
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    CRAZY HOT LAVA DEAL! I'm broke :(
     
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  4. raileon

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    They dropped the price quickly on these. Just grabbed a few. Thanks!
     
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    Haha, this is crazy! I would love to buy them all, sadly no use case!
     
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  7. Boddy

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    Good on ya Partick! If Newegg accepts my order for 3.
    There is 5 remaining on this listing.

    EDIT: At 10 DWPD a 800GB drive = 8TB data can be written to the drive daily. Awesome!
     
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  8. dgcruzing

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    Yes, wanted to grab one but am locked out as here in Aus and just can't get a payment on them.. even started a US eBay account but newegg still won't accept any payments outside of the states. (Via PayPal or a Aus cc card).. .. I don't think there will be any left.by the time my frieght company gets to work today..as at this price they are selling like hotcakes..
     
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  9. Boddy

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    I'm in Aus. Hopefully my 'Load & Go Travel Card' with billing address as my USA shipping address will hold out. Time will tell if I get a 'your goods have been shipped' email in new few days. It did not work on Newegg website, but hopefully on EBay I could be lucky. :)
     
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  10. Boddy

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    Looks like they are out of stock at the moment.
    Hopefully they may list more later.
     
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  11. kroem

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    ....and goodbye to the remaining stock ;)
     
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    My order for 2 was accepted and then immediately canceled :(
     
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  13. Boddy

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    Probably mismatch with billing address at your bank and delivery address in Ebay.
    Are you outside USA?
     
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  14. raileon

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    I think they just started getting orders on both newegg.com and the ebay listing at the same time and had to cancel some.

    I ordered the last one they had on their Ebay listing and that got cancelled. My previous order for 4 went through fine.
     
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  15. skorgu

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    Yeah, I guess they listed more than they actually had:
    """
    Newegg - Out Of Stock Order Voided

    We regret to inform you that your order has been voided due to insufficient stock. While our website may have indicated an in-stock status, one or more items in your order were not in stock at the time your order was to be fulfilled.
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    Bummer.
     
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  16. RobertFontaine

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    Yup I paid that for a 600GB s3500 last month. Darn good deal with a warrantee.
     
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  17. relentless-de

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    I hope that some of those will find it's way into STH forums or eBay with global shipping options.
     
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    I hate myself...
    Because of this forum, I had already bought a Toshiba 400GB and 1 960GB SSD.
    Before of these, I have 2 256GB plextor (M5P and M6 Pro) SSD already.
    A 256GB SSD is more than enough for me as I put most of my big files in a NAS.

    Yesterday, I could't resist to the "10 Drive Write Per Day" and bought 1...
    What should I do with these SSD?!

    BTW, I just join this forum on 2016-8-3.
    Should I delete my account and never come back again?
     
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    If you're in it to win it (AKA geek out and learn a lot) we'd sure enjoy having you stick around our community...otherwise yeah RUN! heh :-D
     
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  20. keybored

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    Ahh, yes, the infamous "upgrade itch" is a terrible, terrible forum-transmitted disease. Not many have survived it with their wallets intact.

    Can you sell the SSDs you won't use? You likely won't get all your money back on them, but it's not going to be as bad as having those things sitting there depreciating by the minute until you can't even give them away.
    CL might not be a bad option if you live in a large city. Failing that, there is always feeBay.
     
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