FS: Storage Hardware Seagate 520 1tb Pcie Gen 4.0 SSD 5000 MB/s

GeeBee007

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Good point looks fishy
Come on man...Thought you were one of the smart ones in this community :/
Read the below point made beneath that dumb comment
And also the crystaldiskmark software clearly tells that its the same model as described
Theres no point in me attatching a sticker to a fake ssd :/
The guy who made the comment was a new recruit but a disciple level like you agreeing to same stuff :/
Guess takes no brain to agree to dumb stuff
 

Asteroid

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Read the below point made beneath that dumb comment
dumb comment?
It is possible that this is a slightly different variant or a different ssd all together on which you applied a retail firecuda sticker.
given the possible insinuations, i dont think my comment was dumb.
Even if that is not the case, what was the point of removing and reapplying the sticker?
 

GeeBee007

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dumb comment?
It is possible that this is a slightly different variant or a different ssd all together on which you applied a retail firecuda sticker.
given the possible insinuations, i dont think my comment was dumb.
Even if that is not the case, what was the point of removing and reapplying the sticker?
You dont know when to give up?
Still trying to defend your dumb point.
Software clearly tells the exact model number of ssd matching with the sticker....I didnt removed the sticker and even if i have removed it would not matter at all as it doesnt have warranty.
The above comment after you tried to tell you the same thing but here you are with no sense of self respect trying to prove yourself right..
 

Asteroid

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1. I can't tell if the serial numbers match since they are edited out (understandable for privacy reasons, but blaming me for not knowing when i don't have conclusive info for the same isn't fair.)
2. The stickers are usually copper clad and serve like rudimentary heatsinks to dissipate heat as well. Removing and reapplying them may degarde that ability.
3. I do realise that warranty isn't applicable, I'm not as stupid as you think.
4. If the sticker wasn't removed, then why does it look so battered (not blaming you, just genuinely curious). I've seen ssds used for years with their stickers in better condition.
5. I tried to point out my observation in a civil manner, it was you who went out of his way to call me dumb.
 

GeeBee007

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1. I can't tell if the serial numbers match since they are edited out (understandable for privacy reasons, but blaming me for not knowing when i don't have conclusive info for the same isn't fair.)
2. The stickers are usually copper clad and serve like rudimentary heatsinks to dissipate heat as well. Removing and reapplying them may degarde that ability.
3. I do realise that warranty isn't applicable, I'm not as stupid as you think.
4. If the sticker wasn't removed, then why does it look so battered (not blaming you, just genuinely curious). I've seen ssds used for years with their stickers in better condition.
5. I tried to point out my observation in a civil manner, it was you who went out of his way to call me dumb.
Sry man for calling you out..
You can easily see the firmware and model match on both in software and sticker...And about the heatsink...I used it in a third party rgb heatsink which may have smashed the sticker causing the part hanging between Two chips to warp inside...I know you had valid concerns but calling someones thing sus when they clearly have higher validation in the forum (number of feedbacks)...This is what triggered me at the end...If you think everyone here with so many feedbacks like me is sus then you are at the wrong marketplace
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Skynet

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1. I can't tell if the serial numbers match since they are edited out (understandable for privacy reasons, but blaming me for not knowing when i don't have conclusive info for the same isn't fair.)
2. The stickers are usually copper clad and serve like rudimentary heatsinks to dissipate heat as well. Removing and reapplying them may degarde that ability.
3. I do realise that warranty isn't applicable, I'm not as stupid as you think.
4. If the sticker wasn't removed, then why does it look so battered (not blaming you, just genuinely curious). I've seen ssds used for years with their stickers in better condition.
5. I tried to point out my observation in a civil manner, it was you who went out of his way to call me dumb.
I can understand your concern and can understand where you are coming from , but lets not jump to conclusions and call out
OP for being fraudulent as you can clearly see regardless of sticker condition in crystal disk that the drive is indeed Firecuda 520
you can always point out or ask question about the poor or unclean condition of hardware but let's not fling unverified accusations.
 
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