Samsung 960 EVO M.2-2280 1TB PCI Express 3.0 x4 NVMe - SSD only .Missing original package £370 [Ebay] - rza2009
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Samsung 960 EVO M.2-2280 1TB PCI Express 3.0 x4 NVMe - SSD only .Missing original package £370 [Ebay] - rza2009

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Found 26th Dec 2017
Yes, SSD prices are high but this is a NVMe M.2 SSD with 3200 MBps read and 1900 MBps write - considerably faster than 2.5" ~500MBps max read/write and eco/non NVMe M.2 drives.

Normally sells for over £400 so some might be interested.
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Hottt damm i need and saves me at least 30 tanks.
Why is it missing the opriginal packaging if it's new? First thing that comes to mind = fake.
mtc16 m ago

Why is it missing the opriginal packaging if it's new? First thing that …Why is it missing the opriginal packaging if it's new? First thing that comes to mind = fake.


No, only retail drives come with packaging. Bought in bulk or (more likely here considering price) is bought as a business direct from manufacturer which don't come with packaging.
My Intel 961 M.2 came from ebuyer with no packaging.
Edited by: "twisted89" 26th Dec 2017
Seller is listed as a business seller with a location of London but isn't displaying any contact details = avoid, something to hide. If that doesn't convince you

Positive Feedback (last 12 months): 99.8%
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Member since: 23-May-09 in Romania
Edited by: "mtc1" 26th Dec 2017
mtc14 m ago

Seller is listed as a business seller with a location of London but isn't …Seller is listed as a business seller with a location of London but isn't displaying any contact details = avoid, something to hide. If that doesn't convince youPositive Feedback (last 12 months): 99.8% [How is Feedback percentage calculated?]Member since: 23-May-09 in Romania

Meh, history seems fine to me (sold numerous computer components including processors which you can't fake). Not bothered if he's done anything dodgy if it saves me money. That's his provocative.
Be very wary of these. It's not as bad as fake microSD cards on Ebay but there are many fakes out there.

I recently got a microSD card from an Ebay seller with 100% positive feedback, for only maybe 10% cheaper than retail price. Thought this was a believable cheaper price for genuine item. It was a fake, and Ebay removed my negative feedback. Even though I advised Ebay that I had bought one and ordered a second by the time the first arrived and I realised the seller was putting out fakes. Ebay said because of their good history, they could ask for feedback to be removed.

What is the point of a feedback system that allows such blatant cheating? Now any new customer going to this seller will think the same as me - that they are probably OK because feedback is 100% positive. Has definitely put me off Ebay purchases...
Edited by: "Sanzai" 26th Dec 2017
twisted894 m ago

Meh, history seems fine to me (sold numerous computer components including …Meh, history seems fine to me (sold numerous computer components including processors which you can't fake). Not bothered if he's done anything dodgy if it saves me money. That's his provocative.


It's of course your decision. If you do buy though, make sure to thoroughly test. The fakes are usually not completely non-working parts - normally they will be of lower capacity or lower speeds (or both) than stated and than you would expect.
Edited by: "Sanzai" 26th Dec 2017
If it doesn't come with packaging then there wouldn't be any original packaging to refer to. Don't see any problem with seller though, only 1 negative and that was because something about a different seller.
Sanzai2 m ago

It's of course your decision. If you do buy though, make sure to …It's of course your decision. If you do buy though, make sure to thoroughly test. The fakes are usually not completely non-working parts - normally they will be of lower capacity or lower speeds (or both) than stated and than you would expect.


Yep, was planning on. Should be pretty easy to tell with CrystalDiskMark.
twisted8911 m ago

Meh, history seems fine to me (sold numerous computer components including …Meh, history seems fine to me (sold numerous computer components including processors which you can't fake). Not bothered if he's done anything dodgy if it saves me money. That's his provocative.


His WHAT?!
That will be fine for speed. A similar tester for the capacity and if both are OK then good for you. Best of luck
Can't help some people. Good Luck
A saving of £30 from buying from Amazon.

Not a good enough saving in my opinion as you'd be screwed in six months of it doesn't work and you want to return it.


If it was a little cheaper I'd maybe take the risk.
mtc117 m ago

Can't help some people. Good Luck


Image posted doesn't match with anything else on Google (suggesting it's original) and serial numbers checked on Samsung website are valid. There is literally nothing to suggest these are fake. All ACTUAL evidence supports they are genuine factory bought.

Expired though as no one seems interested.
Edited by: "twisted89" 26th Dec 2017
twisted891 h, 14 m ago

Meh, history seems fine to me (sold numerous computer components including …Meh, history seems fine to me (sold numerous computer components including processors which you can't fake). Not bothered if he's done anything dodgy if it saves me money. That's his provocative.



hahahahahahaaha. Karma.
JC2MULTIPLAYER00024 m ago

hahahahahahaaha. Karma.


Hahahahahahahah your username. If you have nothing constructive to say I suggest you stick to playing games.
twisted892 h, 11 m ago

Hahahahahahahah your username. If you have nothing constructive to say I …Hahahahahahahah your username. If you have nothing constructive to say I suggest you stick to playing games.



I can say what I like. It's my provocative
mtc126th Dec

Can't help some people. Good Luck


Sorry but had to do a "I told you so".
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