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    #51
    Dell also has an outlet store

    http://www.dell.com/learn/nz/en/nzdh...dell-outlet-nz

    Some good discounts the odd time, often they neglect to update it for ages

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    #52
    For anyone with a mechanical keyboard, massdrop has a full set of thick PBT keycaps for US$34.99 + shipping. Cheapest price I've seen these for anywhere.

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    #53
    Mushkin Chronos Deluxe 240GB - $150

    Cheapest SSD around this size I've been able to find. Ordered one the other night and hoping the deal is still going on Thursday so I can pick up another(Razerfoot, if you're reading this, make sure the deal is still on for me )

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    #54
    holy ****? thats a great deal

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    #55
    What are mushkin ssd drives like though? I don't know much about them. Anyone got feedback to provide on them?

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    #56
    According to all the benchmarks I've seen, they perform rather well, maybe not quite as good as something like the Samsung Evo series, but close to it. Once I get a second one I'll be running them in Raid 0 so performance won't be an issue.

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    #57
    Tempted for xbox one storage. But they have a 250GB minimum requirement...annoying.

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    #58
    They seem to be a low tier SSD, but that's still miles faster than an HDD, and you can't argue with the price.

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    #59
    http://www.antec.com/pdf/flyers/Nine...3_EN_Flyer.pdf - I have one of these cases, it already has an SSD in it, will i be able to stash an extra one in there still?

    Edit: clarifying post for my newb question
    Last edited by Infuriation; 13th August 2014 at 3:14 pm.

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    #60
    Yes.

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    #61
    Deal was too good to pass up getting a second one.

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    #62
    Is this a sale thing? Or is that the standard retail for those chronos?

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    #63
    Currently a sale going on at CLounge, down from $180 to $150

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    #64
    The price is good for local but nothing special compared to online.

    Rather than buying two you would be better off getting the Crucial MX100 512GB for $212 from Amazon

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    #65
    It's about $5 more than buying a 256GB MX100 from Amazon.

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    #66
    brand wrote:
    The price is good for local but nothing special compared to online.

    Rather than buying two you would be better off getting the Crucial MX100 512GB for $212 from Amazon
    ****, NZD$267 delivered. I don't even need one and I'm tempted.

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    #67
    rofl got one last month and it arrived in 5 days ($18NZD shipping)

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    #68
    EzyE wrote:
    ****, NZD$267 delivered. I don't even need one and I'm tempted.
    Yeah the prices are great these days(and $50 cheaper than NZ retail)

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    #69
    Agreed, can usually find a bit cheaper from Amazon. I'm not too fussed, the local warranty and being able to grab it that day usually outweigh the savings for me these days.

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    #70
    To be fair local prices for SSDs have improved dramatically -for the longest time they were stuck at $2/GB no matter what international prices were doing...

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    #71
    Dr. Acula13 wrote:
    Agreed, can usually find a bit cheaper from Amazon. I'm not too fussed, the local warranty and being able to grab it that day usually outweigh the savings for me these days.
    Last SSD I RMA'd from Amazon cost me like $16 to send back, not really an issue when you're saving so much.

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    #72
    bzE wrote:
    Last SSD I RMA'd from Amazon cost me like $16 to send back, not really an issue when you're saving so much.
    Was that back to Amazon or the manufacturer? Usually Amazon will pay for return postage and express ship you a replacement right away -great customer service

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    #73
    Manufacturer.

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    #74
    After 30 days after purchase from Amazon, you're on your own.

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    #75
    Yeah I had this SSD just shy of manufacturer warranty.