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Posted 3 July 2023

2TB - Crucial P5 Plus M.2 PCIe Gen4 NVMe Internal Gaming SSD - Up to 6600MB/s - £93.87 Delivered @ Amazon France

£93.87£100.997% off
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PS5 compatible , just need to add a HeatSink

About this item
  • PCIe 4.0 NVMe technology with up to 6600MB/s sequential reads, random read/write 720K/700K IOPS
  • Engineered for hardcore gamers, professionals, creatives who demand high-performance computing, works well with PS5 and has Heatsink compatibility
  • Built on our own leading Micron Advanced 3D NAND and innovative controller technology
  • Rated at MTTF greater than 2 million hours for extended longevity and reliability
  • 5-year limited warranty or up to the max endurance rating of 1200TBW




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  1. buliztik's avatar
    Do Crucial make a 4 TB sized P5 Plus? Shame if they didn't, I would be all over that instead
    Moody_Cloud's avatar
    They don't unfortunately.
  2. Random_Frugal's avatar
    This with a heatsink is still cheaper than even the 1TB Series X Expansion card lol (edited)
    BrumGB's avatar
    Dammit only a few quid more expensive than the 512gb Xbox card as well for 4* the storage.
  3. Moody_Cloud's avatar
    I paid £230 for this in April last year, albeit with £150 being a voucher, but it's crazy how low these have dropped in such a short amount of time.
    Toon_army's avatar
    My mate paid about that for his WD version, I got my P5 around 13 months ago for £85 with a heatsink, that was with a few voucher codes, but the prices have dropped quite a bit
  4. benjefreys's avatar
    HMm the 990 pro is about another £10 after cashback.. decisions
    MarineRX179's avatar
    Where do you see the 990 Pro at that price?
  5. deleted531767's avatar
    Could this be used in an caddy as an external SSD with a Mac Studio?

    Just saw an online test with 4 different drives used externally and this was the slow compared to the Samsung and WD ones they tested.. (edited)
  6. Uncommon.Sense's avatar
    Good drives these, used lots of the 1TB models and never had a singel failure.
  7. faz's avatar
    This one or Kingston KC3000? (edited)
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Real life performance, you'll likely not be able to tell the difference between the two.
    May as well go with this Crucial.
  8. The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Finally, a great price for this drive. Though I'd probably still pay the extra £6 and get it from Amazon UK.
    Same performance bracket as the Samsung 980 Pro and WD SN850. (edited)
  9. cgb's avatar
    Thanks ordered this yesterday. Slightly cheaper if you pay in euros and use a fee free card, showing as £92.15 on my clarity card
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