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w/ promo code EMC2AAZ2545 on select SSDs [newegg.com]

1TB Crucial P5 Plus NVMe Gen4 [newegg.com] SSD $119.20

1TB Crucial P2 NVMe [newegg.com] SSD $67.19 AC OOS

500GB Crucial P5 NVMe [newegg.com] SSD / $44 AC OOS

1TB WD My Passport SSD [newegg.com] External Portable Drive, Red | Gold [newegg.com] $103.99AC; a bit better than last week's deal Both Red and Gold are OOS
2TB Gray [newegg.com] / $183.99 AC OOS

1TB Western Digital WD_BLACK D30 [newegg.com] Game Drive SSD / $119.99AC OOS
2TB [newegg.com] (for XB) / $231.99 AC

1TB Samsung T7 [newegg.com] Portable SSD / $127.99 AC

1TB Crucial X8 [newegg.com] Portable SSD / $119.99 AC

2TB Team Group T-CREATE CLASSIC [newegg.com] NVMe SSD $143.99AC OOS

2TB GIGABYTE AORUS NVMe Gen4 [newegg.com] SSD / $279.99 AC

2TB Corsair MP600 Pro [newegg.com] NVMe Gen4 SSD / $319.99 AC

2TB Mushkin Enhanced RAW [newegg.com] Series 2.5" SSD / $139.99 AC OOS

2TB Crucial BX500 [newegg.com] 2.5" SSD / $143.99 AC

2TB Mushkin Enhanced Delta [newegg.com] Gen4 NVMe SSD / $205.59 AC

1TB HP EX950 [newegg.com] NVMe SSD / $108.79 AC

1TB Team Group T-FORCE CARDEA IOPS [newegg.com] NVME SSD / $113.99 AC OOS

1TB Patriot Viper Gaming VP4100 [newegg.com] NVMe Gen4 / $159.99AC

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Get a NVMe Gen4 SSD, such as Crucial P5 Plus, Samsung 980 Pro, and WD SN850

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Still waiting to replace my 1TB NVMe SSD I bought three years ago for $69. Samsung, SK Hynix and Micron stop colluding to milk the consumer at 1-2TB kkthx. We are ready to be cheated at 8-32TB.

Digitimes: Samsung new NAND flash capacity coming online in 2H21 may worsen price falls.

https://www.digitimes.com/news/a2...PD205.html

https://searchstorage.techtarget....s/25248791

https://wccftech.com/kioxia-unvei...latencies/

https://www.zdnet.com/article/sam...b-by-2020/

https://www.tomshardware.com/news...n4-aic-ssd

Everyone has been brainwashed to eat these high price because xyz reasons. It's easier and cheaper to print ssd NAND memory than make a hard drive yet you don't see those staying stationary at 1-2TB for the past 3 years.
The best deal would be the1TB P2 (FYI_ NO DRAM). More than adequate for storing all those big steam games files and still getting decent speed read/write.

Another FYI!! Crucial has swapped out the TLC flash that powered the initial P2 SSD we tested with QLC flash, severely reducing performance. SIGHT!!!

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The best deal would be the1TB P2 (FYI_ NO DRAM). More than adequate for storing all those big steam games files and still getting decent speed read/write.

Another FYI!! Crucial has swapped out the TLC flash that powered the initial P2 SSD we tested with QLC flash, severely reducing performance. SIGHT!!!
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Still waiting to replace my 1TB NVMe SSD I bought three years ago for $69. Samsung, SK Hynix and Micron stop colluding to milk the consumer at 1-2TB kkthx. We are ready to be cheated at 8-32TB.

Digitimes: Samsung new NAND flash capacity coming online in 2H21 may worsen price falls.

https://www.digitimes.com/news/a2...PD205.html

https://searchstorage.techtarget....s/25248791

https://wccftech.com/kioxia-unvei...latencies/

https://www.zdnet.com/article/sam...b-by-2020/

https://www.tomshardware.com/news...n4-aic-ssd

Everyone has been brainwashed to eat these high price because xyz reasons. It's easier and cheaper to print ssd NAND memory than make a hard drive yet you don't see those staying stationary at 1-2TB for the past 3 years.
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Which one are TLC and power efficient ? I need 1TB and 2TB
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Quote from esc1a :
The best deal would be the1TB P2 (FYI_ NO DRAM). More than adequate for storing all those big steam games files and still getting decent speed read/write.

Another FYI!! Crucial has swapped out the TLC flash that powered the initial P2 SSD we tested with QLC flash, severely reducing performance. SIGHT!!!
From my understanding, they did that on the P5 too. I lucked out and bought mine in June/July.
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The best deal would be the1TB P2 (FYI_ NO DRAM). More than adequate for storing all those big steam games files and still getting decent speed read/write.

Another FYI!! Crucial has swapped out the TLC flash that powered the initial P2 SSD we tested with QLC flash, severely reducing performance. SIGHT!!!
I really wish there was some sort of industry push to quantify the real stats on nvme, ssd, sd, etc..

Like, read/write speed really should have a set of benchmarks with the same environment and standard sets of conditions. Maybe I need the drive for my OS or maybe I need it for a video camera system.. or maybe I just need it for a huge file copy that goes as fast as possible once per day. It's crazy how you can't just look at a table and get all this - especially with the fact that even more reputable brands are recycling model numbers and replacing components with lesser components.

I love me some cheap storage.. but some of the stuff I thought was a good deal ended up being a huge slow headache right when it hurt the most. Like.. I just had a 750 gb backup go super fast for the first 80gb or so.. then slow down to a crawl for the rest. I ended up just leaving the drive at the location to get later when it's finished.
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With Black Friday not too far off, I hope there is at least one good deal on quality NVMe.
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Which one can I get to install on my son's PS5?
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this is the P5 Plus, not the P5
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From my understanding, they did that on the P5 too. I lucked out and bought mine in June/July.
the P5 Plus or any of the ones labeled Gen4
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Which one can I get to install on my son's PS5?
Crucial stated they never guaranteed TLC in the 1TB and 2TB P2, btw
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The best deal would be the1TB P2 (FYI_ NO DRAM). More than adequate for storing all those big steam games files and still getting decent speed read/write.

Another FYI!! Crucial has swapped out the TLC flash that powered the initial P2 SSD we tested with QLC flash, severely reducing performance. SIGHT!!!
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is this good enough for PS5?
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Quote from jasoncwlee :
Which one are TLC and power efficient ? I need 1TB and 2TB
P5 plus
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is this good enough for PS5?
Yes the p5 plus is
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Is the P5 Plus backwards compatible to pcie 3.0?
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