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Posted 6 March 2023

1TB - Samsung 980 PCIe Gen 3 x4 NVMe SSD - 3500MB/s, 3D TLC - £63.83 (cheaper with fee-free card) @ Amazon Germany

£63.83£85.9926% off
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  • Smart and powerful upgrade: NVMe PCIe 3.0 SSD for gaming and demanding applications.
  • Plug full power: More than 6.2 times faster than SATA SSDs with read/write speeds up to 3100/2600MB/s (500GB variant).
  • High-reliability thanks to Heat Spreader and Dynamic Thermal Guard technology for protection against overheating as well as up to 600 TBW (Terabytes Written).
  • Storage capacity of up to 250 GB in compact M.2 form factor (2280), suitable for high-performance PCs and Ultrabooks.
  • Free Samsung Magician software optimises performance for you and keeps your drive at its best with updates.



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  1. Supergolo's avatar
    ps5 compatible?
    jake492's avatar
    I have this SSD and as best as I can tell - since it is Gen3 - it's not compatible with PS5.
  2. dazmco's avatar
    Is this a better drive than the SN770?
  3. Somersett's avatar
    The original Samsung 980s were highly recommended- all tech sites proclaimed them to be great- often recommended over crucial. However, it turned out that every single one of them rapidly died due to a firmware bug that corrupted all data writes, until the error correction system was totally overwhelmed. Not one tech site noticed this at the time.

    Samsung, very very late, finally fixed the firmware (the hardware- controller and flash chips- was always great). My point is that reviews can be very misleading- many of you here may own dying Samsung 980s, without realising. I first heard of this issue when a youtuber reported every one of his Samsung SSD drives failing, when Crucial under the same workload did not.

    So please Google this issue before buying- for ages people mistakenly put the failures down to flash chip issues. And if you own an older Samsung product, update your firmware now.
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