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I have zero legitimate use case other than benchmarking and bragging rights. Complete waste of money.
Max read: 5.0GB/s
MAX write: 4.4 GB/s

Sony recommends pcie drives that can reach 5.5GB/s. Though this drive might work in a PS5, it is not optimal down the road. If you're looking primarily for ps5 expansion and don't need it right now, I'd wait at least a year for much faster drives to pop up.

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Been waiting to see a deal drop sub 300 on the 2 TB gen 4 no heatsink. Finally snagged one Smilie just hope that microsoft releases direct storage feature to windows 10 asap Smilie
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Is it odd that I haven't seen any NVMe deals over the last few months? there were tons of deals this past summer! anyway, picked up 2 of the 1TB with heatsink, Thanks OP!
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This should work in a ps5. But who is willing to try it out.
I mean, any 4.0 SSD's should work, according to sony's minimum 5.5 GB/s required, and Adorama has a pretty good return policy if it doesn't.
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Have this drive, can't tell how much faster it is than any decent NVME 3.0 lol. Good drive none the less. Runs pretty cool too with my mobo's integrated heatsink.

My suggestion is either go with a decent NVME 3.0 or go with the new Rocket 4 Plus with Phison E18 controller which significantly beats any NVME 3.0 drives.
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Is the one with heatsink significantly big that I need to check my laptop to see if it'll fit? Thanks
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Is the one with heatsink significantly big that I need to check my laptop to see if it'll fit? Thanks
Depends on the heatsink, some have heatsink stickers, which are fine. Others have the bulkier ones which I don't think will fit in your laptop. With that said, you don't need pci 4 for your laptop. They generate more heat and don't have any real world improvements over pci 3.

These drives are for hardcore multitaskers that run things like multiple VMs and containers. Regular people, including gamers, won't see any benefits, but your wallet will.
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Max read: 5.0GB/s
MAX write: 4.4 GB/s

Sony recommends pcie drives that can reach 5.5GB/s. Though this drive might work in a PS5, it is not optimal down the road. If you're looking primarily for ps5 expansion and don't need it right now, I'd wait at least a year for much faster drives to pop up.
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Depends on the heatsink, some have heatsink stickers, which are fine. Others have the bulkier ones which I don't think will fit in your laptop. With that said, you don't need pci 4 for your laptop. They generate more heat and don't have any real world improvements over pci 3.

These drives are for hardcore multitaskers that run things like multiple VMs and containers. Regular people, including gamers, won't see any benefits, but your wallet will.
Thanks, this helps!
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I mean, any 4.0 SSD's should work, according to sony's minimum 5.5 GB/s required, and Adorama has a pretty good return policy if it doesn't.
From what I've read it won't matter if it's compatible yet since the port isn't turned on in firmware, sony has left it that way for now until they decide which models to allow.

I am eagerly waiting for the port to become available in mine hehe.
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Is the one with heatsink significantly big that I need to check my laptop to see if it'll fit? Thanks
I believe so. I use it in a desktop and it's about an inch thick with the heatsink. Don't really see that fitting in any laptop, you'd want to use a sticker thermal pad, which is included
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Bought 4 of these the last time they were at a similar price and ended up returning all 4. The read/write performance is all over the place and they're terrible in a 4 drive RAID0.

Swapped them out for the Gigabyte Aorus PCIe Gen4 which are much more consistent and run very well in RAID 0 on the PCIe Gen4 Asus Hyper M.2 card.
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Wow. I. Just a few days outside of the return window. Oh well. I have this. It's an excellent fast drive. Best for OS and apps. Games will load faster but not insanely faster than an SSD. if you want a 1tb for games only id go with the crucial mx500. Those can be found around $85-90 bucks.
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