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Lowest price for the Intel SSD 600p in the Philippines is ₱ 4,541.00

You can buy the Intel SSD 600p at the lowest price of ₱ 4,541.00 from AliExpress which is 87% cheaper than the Intel SSD 600p that is sold by Amazon at the price of ₱ 34,650.00, you can also buy it from Galleon and Amazon.
Alternatively, the Intel SSD 600p is also sold in Hong Kong at AliExpress with the price of ₱ 4,546.00 and Indonesia at AliExpress with the price of ₱ 7,839.00 and Malaysia at Shopee with the price of ₱ 4,316.00 and Singapore at AliExpress with the price of ₱ 4,542.00 and Thailand at JIB with the price of ₱ 4,264.00 and Vietnam at Lazada with the price of ₱ 4,104.00.
Pricing details were last updated at 21 September 2018, 20:22.

Intel SSD 600p Price Guide

Price List by Country for Intel SSD 600p

Country International Price Price in PHP
Hong Kong HKD 655.00 PHP 4,546.00
Indonesia IDR 2.083.000 PHP 7,839.00
Malaysia MYR 329.00 PHP 4,316.00
Philippines PHP 4,541.00 PHP 4,541.00
Singapore SGD 114.40 PHP 4,542.00
Thailand THB 2,550 PHP 4,264.00
Vietnam VND 1.750.000 PHP 4,104.00

Intel SSD 600p Price in Philippines by Variants

Variants Price
Intel SSD 600p 256GB ₱ 12,070.00
Intel SSD 600p 128GB ₱ 4,541.00

Specs of Intel SSD 600p

Release Date in Philippines
Model600p
DateJul 2016
Design
SSD form factorM.2
Colour of productBlack, Green
Product familyConsumer SSD
Product seriesIntel® SSD 600p Series
Product codenamePleasant Star
Performance
Solid-state drive capacity128 GB
Solid-state drive interfacePCI Express
Read speed770 MB/s
Write speed450 MB/s
Memory typeTLC
Random read (4KB)35000 IOPS
Random write (4KB)91500 IOPS
End-to-End Data ProtectionNo
Enhanced Power Loss Data Protection technologyNo
SSD temperature monitoringNo
Uncorrectable Bit Error Rate (UBER)<1 sector per 10^15 bits read
TBW rating72
Mean time between failures (MTBF)1600000 h
SSD usage tagConsumer
SSD ARK ID94917

Reviews of Intel SSD 600p

techspot.com
Reviewed on 2018-07-12
The SSD market can seem overwhelming at first glance. Each product claims to be the fastest with advanced technologies that leave the competition in the dust. There's a lot of marketing fluff and artificial numbers thrown around, though ultimately it's a...
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techpowerup.com
Reviewed on 2018-02-27
Good performance for light workloads, Competitively priced, 5-year warranty, Made by a big name brand, which probably means better support and servicing
Write speeds drop significantly and rather quickly after 16 GB are written, No heatsink, Weak synthetic performance results
Intel has been the leading company in the semiconductor industry for many years, so it's not surprising that they are involved in the SSD business too. Besides their joint flash-producing venture with Micron, the company also offers a range of consumer...
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notebookcheck.net
Reviewed on 2017-04-05
Faster than SATA? In our review, the Intel SSD 600p with 512 GB must prove itself against the competition. You will find out in this test report, how the entry-level NVMe-m.2-SSD with SM2260 controller fares...
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tomshardware.com
Reviewed on 2017-03-31
Lowest priced 1TB NVMe SSD, Excellent software package, Singlesided design for increased compatibility, BetterthanSATA read performance, 5Year warranty
Poor performance consistency, Low write performance, Low random read performance
At launch, the Intel 600p was a controversial SSD. The largest model alleviates endurance concerns and delivers the highest performance in the series. The 600p 1TB SSD sells for hundreds less than other 1TB NVMe products, and that makes it very attractive...
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thessdreview.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-16
SPECIFICATIONS, PRICING, AND AVAILABILITYThe Intel 600P is a PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe that comes in an M.2 2280 form factor. It is available in capacities of 128GB ($51), 256GB ($87), 512GB ($156), and 1TB ($365). Looking at the performance figures, we have to...
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legitreviews.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-24
If you are looking for a low cost M.2 NVMe drive for your desktop PC or laptop you are looking at the right review. Intel recently released the SSD 600P Series drives that use the M.2 2280 PCIe 3 x4 (single-sided) interface and is one of the very first NV...
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anandtech.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-22
Intel's SSD 600p was the first PCIe SSD using TLC NAND to hit the consumer market. It is Intel's first consumer SSD with 3D NAND and it is by far the most affordable NVMe SSD: current pricing is on par with mid-range SATA SSDs. While most other consumer P...
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hw4all.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-02
Not limited to the bandwidth of the SATA interface, High daily performance, The price SATA SSD,
The drop in performance after the cache is populated SLC, Support for TCG Opal/eDrive only in Pro version
Once Intel boasted a decent share of Intel X25-M in the consumer SSD, but in recent years a chip giant is almost exclusively oriented to the corporate segment. However, with a line of SSD 750 Intel today also offers storage for the home user. But the SSD...
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techspot.com
Reviewed on 2016-10-05
Cheaper than rival M.2 NVMe SSDs, 3D TLC NAND, fiveyear warranty.
Inconsistent results stemming from terrible large write performance.
Announcing half a dozen new 3D NAND-based SSDs in August, Intel's SSD 600p Series in particular caught our attention for being an aggressively priced M.2 NVMe-based model targeting consumer desktops and notebooks. Using 3D TLC flash memory developed in c...
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phoronix.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-23
Last month Intel introduced the 600P Series solid-state drives as the most competitively-priced NVMe SSDs launched to date. Here are a few Linux comparison benchmarks from my initial testing of the SSDPEKKW256G7X1 M.2 SSD on Linux.The Intel SSD 600P serie...
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tomshardware.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-19
Low cost NVMe, Better than SATA performance, High application performance, 1TB (in November) capacity, Elegant M.2 form factor, Excellent software package (Due in November)
Abysmal endurance, Low native TLC write performance, Lacks directtodie writes when the SLC buffer is full, Potential data loss at end of life
We talked about the emerging entry-level NVMe SSD category in the Patriot Hellfire review and Samsung 960 EVO Preview (with the OEM PM961). Today we go straight to ground zero with the Intel 600p that puts entry-level NVMe at our fingertips. The Intel 60...
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hothardware.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-09
Affordable Pricing, Good Performance With Typical Workloads, 5-Year Warranty
Performance Drops Off At High Queue Depths And With Large Sequential Transfers
A couple of weeks back, Intel announced a slew of new solid state drives , targeting a wide array of market segments, that leverage 3D TLC NAND. One of those offerings was a new series of M.2 NVMe drives, dubbed the SSD 600P. According to Intel , the SSD...
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pcper.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-01
Good overall performance, Excellent cost/GB for an M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD
Inconsistent / stuttery performance while operating with a full write cache
It's been quite some time since we saw a true client SSD come out of Intel. The last client product to use their legendary 10-channel controller was the SSD 320 (launched in 2011), and even that product had its foot in the enterprise door as it was rated...
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geeklingo.net
Reviewed on 2017-09-14
Affordable, M.2 form factor, Up to 1TB capacity,
Lower than expected performance
Computers tend to slow down as time goes by as the software being run continuously evolves and becomes more demanding. This is something that we can't really prevent. If you are running an older style hard disk drive, one way to give your system an immedi...
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pcpowerplay.com.au
Reviewed on 2017-02-06
Very affordable, Eeliable Intel quality, Uses NVMe
Struggles with larger file sizes
Intel has had fits and starts when it comes to releasing SSDs. Its first batch took out the performance crown with ease, but was soon surpassed by the likes of Samsung.Then last year it released the 750 with NVMe (Non-Volatile Memory Host Controller Inter...
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pcauthority.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-12-02
Intel SSDs have become renowned for owning the performance pile, and its SATA drives have always sat at or near the top of performance charts. While we were all amazed at the performance of these drives, Intel came along and blew them out of the water wit...
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tweaktown.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-29
Intel designed their 600p series SSDs to introduce a value segment into the consumer NVMe market. At this time, Intel's 600p is one of only two TLC-based consumer NVMe SSDs on the market. Intel's 600p series was first on the scene, and now Samsung has inj...
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