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Posted 18 May 2023

4TB - Crucial P3 M.2 PCIe Gen3 NVMe Internal SSD, Up to 3500MB/s - CT4000P3SSD8 - £164.50 Delivered @ Amazon Germany

£164.80£172.214% off
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  • NVMe (PCIe Gen3 x4) technology with up to 3500MB/s sequential reads, random read/write 650K/700K IOPS
  • Outstanding storage capacities up to 4TB
  • Up to 45% more speed than the fastest Gen3 NVMe SSDs
  • Solid Gen3 performance
  • Rated at MTTF over 1.5 million hours for longer life and reliability
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  1. maxamus007's avatar
    I've ran out of M.2 ports on my mobo. How do I add another one of these?

    Mobo is MSI X570 Tomahawk WiFi/Bluetooth (edited)
    Big.Wayne's avatar
    The MSI X570 Tomahawk has a 1x PCIe 4.0 x16 slot (PCI_E3), which supports x4 mode. If there is nothing in that slot you could install something like this.

  2. Dan_the_man28's avatar
    It'll be £149.99 soon
    rageruffle's avatar
    fingers crossed
  3. fishmaster's avatar
    + for price has to be cheapest 4TB so far - for Amazon Europe because IF you have problems you'll wish you never bothered as customs fees (clown Brexitry) will cripple the pricing of this deal.
    Darkle's avatar
    Crucial do still have a place in East Kilbride in Scotland, so I wonder if you can deal directly with them. Anyone with experience of a Crucial Claim? Couldn't find definitive answer on their website. (edited)
  4. LinaBell's avatar
    the link is invalid
  5. Darthballs's avatar
    Surely you'll rma with crucial directly if there happens to be an issue down the line (edited)
  6. Big.Wayne's avatar
    That's better pricing for a 4TB drive but 2TB is still cheaper for each TB. If you have just one M.2 slot it's easy enough to buy a PCIE M 2 adapter to install another M.2 NVMe drive. Modern motherboards now have three or four ,M.2 slots so take advantage of them. These SSD prices are dropping through the floor so it doesn't seem like a good time to buy an excess unless you can put it to good use.

    Unless we have a new craze that consumes masses of data, or there is some black-swan event that impedes the SSD production line these prices will keep dropping...
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    or there is some black-swan event that impedes the SSD production line

    Now you've done it!
    Another flood maybe?
  7. scoobdriver's avatar
    Anyone have experience if these are compatible with esxi 7.0 ?
    fishmaster's avatar
    Probably, make sure Secure Boot is disabled. If not upgrade to ESXi 8.0 if your system is compatible >

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