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2TB WD Black SN850 NVMe M.2 2280 Internal Solid State Drive SSD EXPIRED

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Newegg has 2TB WD Black SN850 NVMe M.2 2280 Internal Solid State Drive SSD (WDS200T1X0E; Without Heatsink) on sale for $239.99 - 10% w/ promo code WDJUNE22 = $215.99. Shipping is free.

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  • Interface: PCIe Gen4 x4
  • Speed (Read): Up to 7,000MB/s
  • Speed (Write): Up to 5,100MB/s
  • Compatibility: PC/Laptop

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tmc930 asked this question on 06-23-2022 at 12:55 PM
06-23-2022 at 12:55 PM
No. It will be capped to PCIE Gen 3 speeds regardless.
emaij asked this question on 06-23-2022 at 01:40 PM
06-23-2022 at 01:40 PM
Some motherboard has a built in heatsink already.

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yeah, but everything usually gets cheaper. play that game and you'll be waiting 9 months to save $20. Got to bite the bullet sometime
just get the heatsink version, only 20 bucks more, same coupon code applies

3rd party one on amazon will cost like 12 bucks anyway.
Glad I caught this deal. Been waiting a while. Gaming PC finally complete

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Seems like a good deal. Use a heatsink and you'll be set for a PS5. Reckon I can get it cheaper, as they keep going lower and lower, as some things do.
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Glad I caught this deal. Been waiting a while. Gaming PC finally complete
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Seems like a good deal. Use a heatsink and you'll be set for a PS5. Reckon I can get it cheaper, as they keep going lower and lower, as some things do.

yeah, but everything usually gets cheaper. play that game and you'll be waiting 9 months to save $20. Got to bite the bullet sometime
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yeah, but everything usually gets cheaper. play that game and you'll be waiting 9 months to save $20. Got to bite the bullet sometime
Indeed. Wait too long and there'll be a PS6 in stores lol
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Any recommended heatsink for this? I didnt even know i could buy it separate ive been waiting for one that has built in heatsink in it to go on sale.
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Any recommended heatsink for this? I didnt even know i could buy it separate ive been waiting for one that has built in heatsink in it to go on sale.
just get the heatsink version, only 20 bucks more, same coupon code applies

3rd party one on amazon will cost like 12 bucks anyway.
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Now that's a good deal. Sadly I bought the $199 P2 deal, this is far better
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I've seen 2TB SSDs go for around $180. If you're buying this for a PS5, you can get a way better deal than this. Get something with a speed around 3600 or even lower and you won't be disappointed. Sony's 5500 speed recommendation is bs. There is absolutely no noticeable difference with a slower one. I have a 1TB WD Black SN750 SE with a speed of 3600 and it loads everything just as fast as the stock one. I got mine for $75. No games use the full bandwidth of SSDs yet and they very likely won't for the entirety of the PS5 generation. Games load super fast as it is. You can get a heat sink for $10-$20. You could have the fastest SSD out there and your games would only load 2 or 3 seconds faster than mine, because it's a software thing, rather than hardware. The games aren't told to use all the extra speed. Like how the PS5 is powerful enough to play any PS4 game at at least 60fps, but almost all of them still run at 30fps, because they haven't been optimized to take advantage of the PS5's power.
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Any recommended heatsink for this? I didnt even know i could buy it separate ive been waiting for one that has built in heatsink in it to go on sale.
This is what I have. It's great. Currently only $10.

MHQJRH M.2 2280 SSD heatsink, Double-Sided Heat Sink, with Thermal Silicone pad for PC / PS5 M.2 PCIE NVMe SSD or M.2 SATA SSD https://a.co/d/ctNoStb
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I've seen 2TB SSDs go for around $180. If you're buying this for a PS5, you can get a way better deal than this. Get something with a speed around 3600 or even lower and you won't be disappointed. Sony's 5500 speed recommendation is bs. There is absolutely no noticeable difference with a slower one. I have a 1TB WD Black SN750 SE with a speed of 3600 and it loads everything just as fast as the stock one. I got mine for $75. No games use the full bandwidth of SSDs yet and they very likely won't for the entirety of the PS5 generation. Games load super fast as it is. You can get a heat sink for $10-$20. You could have the fastest SSD out there and your games would only load 2 or 3 seconds faster than mine, because it's a software thing, rather than hardware. The games aren't told to use all the extra speed. Like how the PS5 is powerful enough to play any PS4 game at at least 60fps, but almost all of them still run at 30fps, because they haven't been optimized to take advantage of the PS5's power.
I honestly don't know why people are downvoting but they are correct in what they say about the drive....for now. I don't know if the 750 would be good for the life of the PS5 but the copy times are SLOOOOOOWWWWWWWWWW but other than that it works. Here is a decent article on it - https://www.eurogamer.net/digital...ystation-5
Would I buy the 750 over this one? NO I would definitely go for the faster drive just to make sure I wont have to bother changing it down the road.....but that's me, you may just want to save a buck now and deal with it later if you have to...all good!
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yeah, but everything usually gets cheaper. play that game and you'll be waiting 9 months to save $20. Got to bite the bullet sometime
I think that is the addiction some people have. Essentially window shopping. I suppose the best way to save 100% is to not ever spend any money though 🤷🏻
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yeah, but everything usually gets cheaper. play that game and you'll be waiting 9 months to save $20. Got to bite the bullet sometime
I am waiting for gas and food to get cheaper but it's not. What am I doing wrong? What's this bullet I need to bite, I don't have one it seems.
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I use one one of these as my OS drive and have 3 other NVME SSDs in my system (Corsair MP600, Sabrent Rocket QLC, Silicon Power A60)This is by far the fastest, hottest, and most expensive drive in my system. However I find it useful for my needs. I spent $200 on it.
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