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Posted 4 May 2023

2TB - INTEGRAL (2000GB) M3 PLUS M.2 2280 NVME 1.4 PCIe Gen4x4 up to 4850/4400MB/s R/W - TLC SSD - £87.13 Delivered @ LambdaTek

£87.13£94.998% off
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Price drop from £87.17 to £87.15 04/05
Price drop from £87.15 to £87.13 05/05
£88.87 if you select express delivery.
Model : INSSD2TM280NM3PX

From the Manufacturer :

The M3 Plus Series is a high-performance Gen4 SSD range that delivers exceptional loading times and responsiveness for extreme gaming, video and photo editing, 3D rendering, machine & deep learning. These SSDs reach speeds of up to 5000MB/s read, 4500MB/s write (Sequential Speed) and 650K IOPS read, 850K write (Random Speed).

  • Extremely fast Gen4 SSD up to 4850MB/s read, 4400MB/s write (Sequential Speed); up to 620K I0PS read, 630K I0PS write (Random Speed)
  • Latest Gen4 high-performance SSD - Ideal for high-end computers, laptops, motherboards and workstations
  • Extreme computing experience - Exceptional loading times and responsiveness for extreme gaming, video and photo editing, 3D rendering, machine & deep learning
  • Install and boot in seconds - Supports M.2 NVMe PCIe Gen4 x4 connection
  • Extremely small and sleek - Perfect for all customised gaming builds
  • 5 year warranty or TBW - whichever is earlier applies
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  1. PizzaCake's avatar
    Integral on their website states the TBW 1120 for the 2TB M3 but don't state the TBW for the M3 Plus
  2. The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Great value drive for PC and PS5 users.
    It was cheap at £95 from Amazon, so this is a very nice price.
  3. f1refox's avatar
    Have one of these in my PS5 works perfect. Great price…
  4. jcg's avatar
    How does this fayre in terms of reliability to the Samsung 870 Evo?
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Both very reliabe TLC NAND drives, but the warranty on the Samsung is longer I think.

    The 870 Evo has DRAM cache though so is a slighter better performer, DRAM can also help extend the life of a drive. (edited)
  5. ripkord's avatar
    Do I need a heat sink on this in a well cooled case?
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Plenty of people run them without and have no problems, but for an extra £7 or so you may as well get one just in case.
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