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2TB - Crucial P3 Plus M.2 PCIe Gen4 NVMe Internal SSD - Up to 5000/4200MB/s R/W - £118.99 - Sold by Amazon US @ Amazon

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  • NVMe (PCIe Gen4 x4) technology with up to 5000MB/s sequential reads, random read/write 680K/850K IOPS
  • Spacious storage up to 4TB
  • Performs up to 43% faster than the fastest Gen3 NVMe SSDs
  • Rated at MTTF greater than 1.5 million hours for extended longevity and reliability
  • Backward compatibility with Gen3

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    Does anyone know if this would work in a PS4?
    I'll just go ahead and presume that you're not joking. PS4s take 2.5" SATA drives, not NVMe. So no.
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    Kinda wish I didn't go for the kingston now :/
    it still go for NV2 over this cause sequential read and write is not a typical workload people used these for, at random read write these should be similar so installing games and running them from that drive would result in similar experience, plus kingston has far supperior TLC NAND with higher endurance over the QLC of crucial, if testing the sustained write speeds of both then kingston beats this with ease at speed...
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    so is the Crucial P3 plus better than MX500?
    I wouldn't.
    The MX500 is TLC NAND and has DRAM chache.

    The Kngston NV2 deal is MUCH better than this even if it's not £100 anymore.
    I'd stil buy it over this DRAM-less QLC NAND junk any day of the week. (edited)
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    You'd have to be crazy to choose this trash QLC drive over the Kinsgton NV2 which is TLC, even if it isn't at that price anymore, it's still cheaper than the inferior the P3 plus -

    These Crucial QLC drives keep getting voted hot when there are better alternatives for around the same price.
    Do people actually know what they are buying, or do their eyes just light up when they see big sequential read/write numbers, which are meaningless when it comes to gaming?

    I bought a P2 and P3 long ago, just to use as game/app drives. Both failed in less than 18 Months and less than 100TBW.
    Just stay away from this unless you plan to upgrade again in a year or so.

    This P3 Plus should be under £100. They just know people see those sequential speeds and think that's all that matters. (edited)
    Which out of the 2 is better for use in a PC?
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    Good find OP

    Let's see how long it takes for someone to ask "Does it work with PS5?"

    Was posted yesterday at a higher price and got a lot of heat - hotukdeals.com/dea…106 (edited)
    But does it though? I don’t have a PS5 or want one but I need to know!!
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    Amazing deal. So many things are going wrong with PC pricing these days, but getting a fast, 2TB NVMe drive for £120 is fantastic stuff.
    It's not fast unless you like doing nothing but transferring large files.
    I'd rather spend the money on a TLC NAND drive with the same random read/write speeds when they are basically the same price.
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    Price increased to £125.82
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    I would have bought the 4tb for £240... 😩
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    Bought two of these from the last deal and neither worked. Second one was a replacement for the first. Couldn't get them to initialize using windows. Showing as a critical hardware failure.Tried a number of work arounds and it made no difference. They were picked up by the postie today and refund was issued. Decided on a WD at £140 instead which had better reviews.
    Every time Crucial QLC NAND deals are posted I keep telling people to avoid them like the plague, but they still get a lot of heat lol.
    Sorry you had to find out the hard way (just like I did too). (edited)
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