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1TB Kingston Fury Renegade PCIe Gen 4.0 NVMe M.2 Solid State Drive EXPIRED

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Kingston has 1TB Kingston Fury Renegade PCIe Gen 4.0 NVMe M.2 Solid State Drive (SFYRS/1000G) for $99.99. Shipping is free.

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  • Incredible PCIe Gen 4x4 NVMe performance at speeds up to 7300MB/s read and 7000MB/s write
  • Low profile graphene aluminum heat spreader
  • Slim M.2 2280 form factor for enhanced gaming experience on your rig and laptop

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Looks like this price point is back. Kingston has 1TB Fury Renegade PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 SSD on sale for $99.99 and 4TB $614.99, shipping is free since both are above $35.

(Copying previous poster's format, because awesome)
-High-performance PCIe Gen 4.0 NVMe drive
- Data transfer speeds up to 7,300 MB/s read, 6,000 MB/s write (1TB), 7,000MB/s write (4TB)
- 3D TLC NAND
- Low profile graphene aluminum heat spreader
- M.2 2280 form factor
- Drive Endurance 1TB – 1.0PBW, 4TB – 4.0PBW
- PS5 Ready
- 5-year limited warranty

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ian2018887264 asked this question on 10-07-2022 at 01:37 PM
10-07-2022 at 01:37 PM
Most desktop motherboards with m.2 slots have built-in cooling for them. This is why most of these drives don't come with a heatsink, if it's being installed in a pc or laptop, it usually doesn't need one.

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Probably cuz they didn't pay SD?
The hassle for a lot of people is more of finding one, hoping it is a good one, ordering it, etc rather than installing it on the SSD.

I always wondered why they didn't make the nvme install itself toolless when they standardized the M.2 connector like memory instead of requiring a screw.

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Fastest Hard Drive i own. Though I paid like 25 bucks more for it.
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If you're planning on getting this drive for the PS5, grab a M.2 Heat sink from Amazon. They should be $10-$12. Without one, most drives will overheat, and force your PS5 to shut down.
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Why no retail (reseller)discounts? Kingston wants to keep all the profits by selling direct? Crucial swiped away marketshare from Amazon a few years back by undercutting them on price for laptop memory.
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Best deal without incorporated heat sink in the top 3 Gen 4 SSDs.
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Quote from Gb1908 :
Why no retail (reseller)discounts? Kingston wants to keep all the profits by selling direct? Crucial swiped away marketshare from Amazon a few years back by undercutting them on price for laptop memory.
Kingston doesn't seem to get the major large retailers for a lot of their stuff. Either they have low volumes to supply them or their margins aren't enough to accommodate the large discounts big retailers want. I don't think this is out of choice.
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If you're planning on getting this drive for the PS5, grab a M.2 Heat sink from Amazon. They should be $10-$12. Without one, most drives will overheat, and force your PS5 to shut down.
I hate when they say it's "PS5™ Ready", but doesn't include the heat sink.

Yeah...I guess I could install one myself but not sure if i want the hassle.
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I hate when they say it's "PS5™ Ready", but doesn't include the heat sink.

Yeah...I guess I could install one myself but not sure if i want the hassle.
The $10 kit takes less than ten minutes to install. You line up the thermal pads on the drive, and then you screw the enclosure back together. There should be six screws as well. I've installed multiple Heat sinks. No issues whatsoever. The Western Digital 1TB SN850 was $109.99 recently at Amazon. The Heat sink is preinstalled so it's essentially plug and play.
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Quote from TeachMeHow :
The $10 kit takes less than ten minutes to install. You line up the thermal pads on the drive, and then you screw the enclosure back together. There should be six screws as well. I've installed multiple Heat sinks. No issues whatsoever. The Western Digital 1TB SN850 was $109.99 recently at Amazon. The Heat sink is preinstalled so it's essentially plug and play.
The hassle for a lot of people is more of finding one, hoping it is a good one, ordering it, etc rather than installing it on the SSD.

I always wondered why they didn't make the nvme install itself toolless when they standardized the M.2 connector like memory instead of requiring a screw.
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The hassle for a lot of people is more of finding one, hoping it is a good one, ordering it, etc rather than installing it on the SSD.

I always wondered why they didn't make the nvme install itself toolless when they standardized the M.2 connector like memory instead of requiring a screw.
That's a valid point. I remember when Sony initially did the PS5 teardown, and I instantly thought a lot of people wouldn't upgrade their internal storage. The PS3/PS4 required you to open the console to install a new drive. The PS3 was a lot easier since you didn't have to take part of the panel off. The PS4 Pro might've been different than the standard PS4. I can't remember.
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I hate when they say it's "PS5™ Ready", but doesn't include the heat sink.

Yeah...I guess I could install one myself but not sure if i want the hassle.
No need.

Read description.

"Low profile graphene aluminum heat spreader"
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If you're planning on getting this drive for the PS5, grab a M.2 Heat sink from Amazon. They should be $10-$12. Without one, most drives will overheat, and force your PS5 to shut down.
No need...

"Low profile graphene aluminum heat spreader"
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Kingston has always been a direct seller going back to when they first started selling aftermarket upgrades for IBM mainframes.
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I feel like with news that SSD market is saturated and prices will be going down this quarter, that better deals may be around the corner.
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