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Samsung SSD 860 EVO 1TB 2.5 Inch SATA III Internal SSD (MZ-76E1T0B/AM) is now $99.99 on Amazon [amazon.com].


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$250 for the 2TB sounds interesting too if you're limited to SATA and cannot or do not want to NVME...



Yeah it is sort of tempting... but I upgraded my PS4 to a 2tb hdd a long time ago, to go "down" to a 1tb means moving a TON of games to my external USB drive, and all the copying etc etc.... and then in 6 months or whatever when I go PS5, not like I'm going to get this $100 back if I sell it / trade it in.
Yeah true that. I am going up from the OG 500GB HDD to a 1TB SSD so that makes sense to me. Just tired of having to uninstall/reinstall games with the crapy spinning drive. When the time comes to upgrade to the PS5, I will just take the SSD from the PS4 to re-use with an enclosure for the PS5. It's just a win/win scenario for me either way lol.
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Do a quick google on how to upgrade your ps4 to ssd. Basically, take a backup of your saves, etc via usb dongle (if you don't have ps+). Open the ps4 and replace drives. Download latest software in another usb dongle. Install software. Restore backup.

https://www.playstation.com/en-us...grade-hdd/
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Great drive!

2 years ago this month (must have been another black friday deal) I upraded my 500 gig 850 evo to this drive for $120 something to use as my game install drive. Like all the Samsung SSDs I have, been running like a champ ever since. Can't really beat them for reliability!
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10% back with amazon CC
How do you apply that?
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How do you apply that?
It's automatic. Goes to your points in chase
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how does this compare to the Crucial 1TB SSD that was going for $92 a week or so ago?
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how does this compare to the Crucial 1TB SSD that was going for $92 a week or so ago?
https://ssd.userbenchmark.com/Com...1vsm406099

Samsung is 15% faster in random read, 10% random write, and effectively same speed for sustained write. But it probably doesn't matter IRL.
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https://ssd.userbenchmark.com/Com...1vsm406099 [userbenchmark.com]

Samsung is 15% faster in random read, 10% random write, and effectively same speed for sustained write. But it probably doesn't matter IRL.
thanks for the link. i ended buying the crucial one last week. gtk i wont see too much if any difference
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thanks for the link. i ended buying the crucial one last week. gtk i wont see too much if any difference

This is probably a better example of real world impact
https://www.techspot.com/review/2...e-loading/
TL;DR - Max game load time difference between PCIE/4 vs SATA is 6 seconds, but most often less than 2

https://www.techspot.com/review/1...rformance/
Tl;DR - Marginal difference at this price point
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I went ahead and bought the Newegg SSD deal last week for my OG PS4. I figured it's a cheap upgrade and I need extra space anyways for games so I don't have to uninstall them when I get a new game. Also would be nice to see some better performance from the SSD and better thermals vs the original 500GB HDD. Bottomline, there are still going to be great games coming up for PS4 and I don't have a compelling reason to go to a PS5 just yet.
I've had a Samsung SSD in my ps4 for 3 years now. Well worth the money especially at this price point. Load time are about 1/3 to 1/2 the time to load. It's saved me a lot of time. It also loads textures faster(depending on games). Digital Foundry tested to find this out.
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This is probably a better example of real world impact
https://www.techspot.com/review/2...e-loading/ [techspot.com]
TL;DR - Max game load time difference between PCIE/4 vs SATA is 6 seconds, but most often less than 2

https://www.techspot.com/review/1...rformance/ [techspot.com]
Tl;DR - Marginal difference at this price point
thanks! i installed it my macbook pro replacing my HDD. what a difference.
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was at an office depot that was closing and i picked up 2 of these for 65.99 and a 500gb 29.99 and also a 1tb nvme for 74.99
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Nice, grabbed one at Samsung, had $40 in points I didn't know what to spend on.
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I remember remember paying 200 2 years ago, man what a drop. Can't wait until the 2TB drops a bit.
I remember 7 years ago, I paid $100 for 128 GB. Kids these days have it so nice
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Quote from RelaxedMammoth4468 :
I remember 7 years ago, I paid $100 for 128 GB. Kids these days have it so nice
Checking my old emails found that, 6 years ago I paid $122 (after coupons @staples) for 250 GB 840 EVO.
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