Intel’s 660p SSD is one of the slower NVMe drives on the market, but that’s only compared to other NVMe drives. It runs circles around standard SATA SSDs, making it one of the best bang-for-your-buck purchases when it comes to the best SSDs for gaming.The 660p dropped from it’s previous price of $170 or more down to $110 in the last few months, and today it’s on sale for even cheaper than usual, dropping to below $100 (after rebate) for a 1TB unit. We typically only see this combination of price and capacity (1TB for less than $100) for much slower SATA SSDs. In other words, this is an outstanding deal on some speedy storage for your rig.1TB Intel 660p M.2 NVMe SSD | $93 (save $17)While SSD prices have dropped considerably in recent months, it’s still rare to see a speedy NVMe drive for this cheap. Use code EMCTAUY22 for the full discount. Buy at NeweggSome online stores give us a small cut if you buy something through one of our links. Read our affiliate policy for more info.
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