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Where did those Samsung SSDs you had go?

It looked something like this:

I know I've seen those EVO SSDs somewhere in the iFixit store, but I cannot find it when I'm actually considering an upgrade. I've tried multiple search terms in the search on iFixit but still cannot find it. reason being, I want to try to find it cheap. any chance anyone has the link for that?



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I've seen plenty of NVMe SSDs on iFixit but never the 960. Because all the other NVMe SSDs are customised for apple, but the 960 is just a regular M.2 SSD.


I know. not that specific one, but it had the same black and red design and was an EVO.


Did you ever find your missing SSDs?


no, I've stopped looking for now. got other issues.


@captainsnowball are you having one of those days where you feel like answering all the "Why" questions with "because", and the the "how" questions with "very carefully"?


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The SSD's you are remembering are the custom Apple SSD's that are listed in some of the guides MacBook Pro Retina 13" & 15" 2015 SSD.

I haven't seen any M.2 SSD offerings on the IFIXIT store

The standard 2.5" SATA drives I believe are Crucial drives given the look of the label

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How did samsung (black drives) become Crucial (silver and blue)?!


They didn't! IFIXIT never sold Samsung 2.5" SSD that I'm aware of (I focus on the Mac space never offered there)


Samsung PCIe SATA/NVMe drives usually have a black PCB. SATA 2.5" drives are usually grey or black and have a silver Samsung logo.

Crucial drives have been this way for years. Nothing has really changed since they changed the color after the M4 AFAIK.


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