HP S700 Pro Series SSD Drives

HP S700 Pro Series SSD Drives

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Get more storage, increased multi-tasking ability, and faster reading and writing speeds with the HP S700 Pro Series of SSD drives, which are available in three capacities: 128GB, 256GB, 512GB. The drives are compatible with HPdst.exe, have 3D NAND technology, and LDPC error correction for high-speed parallel decoding and real-time error correction to ensure data security Read More

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keeno
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Jun 24, 2017
massdrop вы заебали сколько можно отменять??? идите НА ХУЙ
rajasperson
78
Jun 22, 2017
"ssd drive"
user794519812
43
Jun 22, 2017
"hdd drive"
HazixStar
0
Jun 22, 2017
Lol, can purchase a 2TB SSD for $100, but on MD, $72 for 128GB.... Shocking...
afk.or.feed
143
Jun 22, 2017
pls link me to any legitimate $100 2TB SSD. I'll pay an additional $50 to you when it arrives.
HazixStar
0
Jun 22, 2017
HOLY COW, man I'm sorry, I didn't read that it was an SDD, I just assumed it was an external hard drive, sorry for the misunderstanding man...
TheUnshavenOne
15
Jun 21, 2017
I have a hard time believing that HP actually manufactures these drives. Who's the OEM?
Mouseskowitz
49
Jun 22, 2017
I'm not sure about these, but the HP SSDs I've seen in the past were Micron.
TheOfficialCzex
77
Jun 21, 2017
You can buy a PCIe-interfaced SSD of the same capacity for 3 USD less. https://pcpartpicker.com/products/compare/kcjWGX,mqrcCJ/
TheUnshavenOne
15
Jun 21, 2017
M.2 is a form factor. With the exception of a few dirt cheap models that run it on a SATA interface, most M.2 drives run on a PCI-E interface.
TheOfficialCzex
77
Jun 21, 2017
They're PCIe-interfaced. M.2 is simply a connection form factor; M.2 can run either on a SATA III interface or on a PCIe X4 interface. There are both SATA III and PCIe X4 SSDs that run on an M.2 slot. Those are NVMe SSDs running on an M.2 slot. M.2 is merely a form factor, not an interface type.
Ah, classic solid state drive drives.
psiclone
428
Jun 21, 2017
Is it just me or is everything on Massdrop just way overpriced?
BrainFlush
6857
Jun 21, 2017
And ease of access. Lots of us don't want to use other sites. Nothing against better deals. Trust me, I'm trying to save money all the time to keep buying. But you spoke clearly that's for sure. Good head bro.
afk.or.feed
143
Jun 22, 2017
this guy again :'D
jantari
153
Jun 21, 2017
I don't get it... is there anything special about this drive to justify the high cost? It looks like a bog-standard, slow SATA-SSD to me.
The Samsung 850 Pro - 512GB Drive has the following specs
Max Sequential Read - Up to 550 MBps Max Sequential Write - Up to 520 MBps
The HP S700 Pro - 512GB Drive we are offering in this drop has the following specs
Max Sequential Read - Up to 565 MBps Max Sequential Write - Up to 520 MBps
The best price you can currently on the Samsung 850 Pro is about $250.
We are selling the HP S700 Pro for $203.49 - Almost $50 cheaper and the HP drive is faster.
jantari
153
Jun 21, 2017
Uh but if you're gonna cite theoretical performance why not the 100.000 IOPS the 850 Pro does at Random 4K QD32 vs the 85 K IOPS of the HP?
Not to mention, I thought Massdrop was for "bringing enthusiasts together" not "selling off yesterdays technology at ridiculous prices". How come you're selling a SATA-SSD at all?
The Intel 600p 512GB is $196 on amazon US (so probably a lot cheaper elsewhere) and it does 128.000 IOPS both read and write not to mention 1775 MB/s reads and 560 writes. And that's still a slow SSD, or at least far from enthusiast grade.
bouncyx2
5
Jun 21, 2017
Currently today(6/21/17) on newegg the 250GB flavor is a shell shocker deal for $96.99 + shipping. https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?item=N82E16820326751
The drives on Newegg are different part numbers, different storage capacities, and different read/write speeds. Newegg is selling the older models.
Newegg
120GB - 2DP97AA#ABC Max Sequential Read - Up to 550 MBps Max Sequential Write - Up to 480 MBps
250GB - 2DP98AA#ABC Max Sequential Read - Up to 555 MBps Max Sequential Write - Up to 515 MBps
500GB - 2DP99AA#ABC Max Sequential ReadUp to 560 MBps Max Sequential WriteUp to 515 MBps
Massdrop
128GB - 2AP97AA#ABL (Newegg $81.98 VS Massdrop $73.74) https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?item=N82E16820326747 Max Sequential Read - Up to 560 MBps Max Sequential Write - Up to 460 MBps
256GB - 2AP98AA#ABL (Newegg $171.98 VS Massdrop $125.49) https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?item=N82E16820326748 Max Sequential Read - Up to 560 MBps Max Sequential Write - Up to 520 MBps
512GB - 2AP99AA#ABL (Newegg $216.59 VS Massdrop $203.49) https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?item=N82E16820326749 Max Sequential Read - Up to 565 MBps Max Sequential Write - Up to 520 MBps
@jantari
bouncyx2
5
Jun 21, 2017
Ah so they are, I stand corrected. I did notice the different sizes but figured it was newegg being newegg and had it wrong as I've seen them get some details/titles wrong before.
Thank you for the clarification.
tcdrop
5
Jun 21, 2017
"The 2.5-inch SSD design has a much smaller footprint than a traditional 2.5-inch HDD, which allows for fast information access times. " Hmm. Size matters even more than I thought...
mrvco
497
Jun 21, 2017
...only to the marketing department :-)
BrainFlush
6857
Jun 21, 2017
Who are women... Wait. What? WTF does my joke mean?