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Back again! SK hynix via Amazon [amazon.com] has the 1TB SK hynix Gold S31 SATA III 2.5" Internal Solid State Drive on sale for $89.24 when you 'clip' the 15% off coupon on the product page. Shipping is free.

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There's a review of the 1 TB S31 at Tom's Hardware, see https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...-us-market

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SK Hynix's Gold S31 is a top SATA SSD pick. With performance figures of up to 560MBps, it trades blows with some of the best and is competitively priced.

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BrokeJoke asked this question on 06-21-2021 at 10:59 AM
06-21-2021 at 10:59 AM
On the regular ps4 it's slightly faster. On the ps4 Pro, it's mind blowing.
I just swapped mine to this drive 2 months ago. The menus, home, game downloads/installs and opening apps is soo much faster

Edit: owc computing has a great video explain the swap process!
bravo23luz asked this question on 06-21-2021 at 10:59 AM
06-22-2021 at 07:01 PM
I'll give you a quote from techradar: "The PS5 is only compatible with Sony-certified NVMe SSDs, but the company hasn't confirmed which off-the-shelf NVMe SSDs will work with the console and many are expensive." See https://www.techradar.com/news/ps5-internal-storage-upgrade-will-be-unlocked-mid-2021-according-to-report

One more quote: " Until then, you can use an external HDD or SSD for your PS5, however, you won't be able to play your PS5 games directly from them nor can you store PS5 games on them, but you can store and play PS4 games from these external drives."

As this is a SATA SSD, it could be put into an external enclosure and used to run PS4 games. It'll never be able to run PS5 games, Sony won't allow it.

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If u have a game console u can use the ones 250gb and up as a external drive for extra game storage. Another good use for them is if you have any android tvs or boxes you can use them on those for extra os storage to save more apps. I used all my lower sized drives this way so they didn't goto waste.
Buy an external enclosure with a USB 3 connection (cheap) or a USB Type-C connection that will support your drive, and you can make a big flash drive out of it - will be faster than a typical drive and a lot bigger.
I paid this much for a 120GB drive not long ago. I feel old.

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I paid this much for a 120GB drive not long ago. I feel old.
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I paid this much for a 120GB drive not long ago. I feel old.
I currently have various 128gb, 256gb, 500gb, 1tb 2.5 ssd installed in different PCs(and laptops) in the house, they were purchased in a span of near a decade, now I have no idea what to do with those smaller drive once I upgrade to a bigger one...
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I currently have various 128gb, 256gb, 500gb, 1tb 2.5 ssd installed in different PCs(and laptops) in the house, they were purchased in a span of near a decade, now I have no idea what to do with those smaller drive once I upgrade to a bigger one...
If u have a game console u can use the ones 250gb and up as a external drive for extra game storage. Another good use for them is if you have any android tvs or boxes you can use them on those for extra os storage to save more apps. I used all my lower sized drives this way so they didn't goto waste.
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Been very happy with my nvme from SK I got last year. Everything I've heard is that they are the best power and performance for the money.
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I've had one of these as the boot drive in an older desktop for the past 6 months (replacing a 7 year old Intel 730). No complaints at all.
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I currently have various 128gb, 256gb, 500gb, 1tb 2.5 ssd installed in different PCs(and laptops) in the house, they were purchased in a span of near a decade, now I have no idea what to do with those smaller drive once I upgrade to a bigger one...
Buy an external enclosure with a USB 3 connection (cheap) or a USB Type-C connection that will support your drive, and you can make a big flash drive out of it - will be faster than a typical drive and a lot bigger.
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Will this be a decent replacement for my PS4 hd?
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Will this be a decent replacement for my PS4 hd?

Yes, I think its actually overkill but it at this price its solid
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Good deal. But the recent Samsung Evo 870 was a better deal for $10 more.

https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/15093379
Might be slightly faster but one in stock and the other isn't
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Any thoughts as to whether any or all of these SATA III SSDs will be on sale on Amazon Prime Day?
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I can't remember what SSD sale if any took place last year on Prime Day but someone smarter than me will I have no doubt - TIA
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Any thoughts as to whether any or all of these SATA III SSDs will be on sale on Amazon Prime Day?
Wondering the same. In the midst of storage type transition, mid-priced small space SATA SSDs seem iffy, as do standard-priced 1-2TB size.
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