Best SSD Deals Black Friday 2017 | Available Right Now

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The Black Friday is probably the best time to upgrade your PC, whether it is about buying a new gaming monitor, graphics card, and peripherals or boosting the Speed of older PC with SSD. I’ve done some research on finding the Best SSD Deals for Black Friday 2017. As such, why not grab yourself a bargain and upgrade your storage as well while you’re at it?

Following is the list of all best SSD deals currently available, However keeping checking this post until black Friday we will keep updating this article with the latest deals as soon as we get an update. Below, we’ve rounded up all the best SSD deals we can currently find. Of course, if you see a deal that isn’t listed below, let us know in the comments, and we’ll get it added to the list.

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SEE ALSO: The Best Apple 2017 Black Friday Deals

Black Friday 2017: Best SSD deals

This Best SSD Deals of Black Friday 2017 contains following sales available now:

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Samsung 850 EVO 2.5in – (500GB) $150 from Best Buy

Samsung 960 EVO M.2 – (250GB) $128 from Amazon

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Samsung 960 PRO M.2 – (512GB)$290 from Amazon

Crucial MX300 2.5in – (275GB) $79 from Amazon, (525GB) – $129 from Amazon

Kingston SSDNow UV400 (240GB) 2.5in – $88 from Amazon

WD Blue 3D NAND (500GB) M.2 – $155 from Amazon

Samsung 850 Evo 1TB 2.5″ SSD – $280, TigerDirect

SSD Buying Guide advice

See our in-depth SSD buying guide for the full low-down on what you need to check for when buying an SSD, but the key things to think about are as follows:

  1. Check your motherboard to see what kind of connectors it has. Almost all should have SATA3 ports, but only newer models will support NVMe or PCIe SSD. If you want one of the latter and don’t have the right port on your board, you’ll have to buy an additional PCIe add-in-card to fit in a spare PCIe x4 or x16 slot.
  2. If you’re still using a traditional HDD, the most straightforward like-for-like replacement is a 2.5in SSD. These are the same size and shape as a standard 2.5in hard disk and plug into a standard SATA port on your motherboard. Likewise, most modern PC cases have mounting points for 2.5in hard drives as well, meaning a minimum amount of hassle for you when it comes to slotting it into your case.
  3. Unlike HHDs, larger capacity SSDs can still get quite pricey, mainly if you’ve got your eye on a 1TB or 2TB NVMe SSD, so think about what you need before taking the plunge.

I hope this roundup of SSD Deals on Black Friday 2017 will help you save your money and get the maximum performance out of your system.

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Muhammad Irfan Raza
Irfan Raza is Editor at TechWafer covering Everything about Apple including Mac, iPhones, iMac, iMac Pro, MacBook, and How-tos.

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