Posted 24 February 2023

500GB - Kingston NV2 NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSD 500G M.2 2280 - Up to 3,500/2,100MB/s R/W - £29.99 delivered @ MyMemory

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About this deal

  • Gen 4x4 NVMe PCIe performance
  • Ideal for Laptops & Small Form Factor PCs
  • Read speed 3500 Megabytes Per Second

From the Manufacturer :
  • Endurance: 500GB – 160TB
  • Gen 4x4 NVMe PCIe performance
  • 3-year limited warranty
  • Up to 3,500MB/s read, 2,100MB/s write
  • Cloning software not included
  • Part Number: SNV2S/500G


NV2 PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSDKingston’s NV2 PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD is a substantial next-gen storage solution powered by a Gen 4x4 NVMe controller. NV2 delivers read/write speeds up to 3,500/2,800MB/s¹ with lower power requirements and lower heat to help optimize your system’s performance and deliver value without sacrifice. The compact single-sided M.2 2280 (22x80mm) design expands storage up to 2TB² while saving space for other components, making NV2 ideal for thinner notebooks, small form factor (SFF) systems, and DIY motherboards. Available in capacities from 250GB – 2TB² to give you all the space you need for applications, documents, photos, videos, and more.

Gen 4x4 NVMe PCIe PerformanceDelivers read/write speeds up to 3,500/2,800MB/s¹ for an overall faster system.

Ideal for Systems with Limited SpaceEasily integrate into designs with M.2 connectors. Perfect for thin laptops and small form factor PCs.

Extended CapacitiesAvailable in a range of high capacities up to 2TB² to meet your data storage requirements.

Key Features
  • Hard Disk Description: Solid State Drive
  • Hard Drive Size: 500 GB
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 2.2 x 0.38 cm; 7 Grams
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  1. VBKing's avatar
    will this work in a MacBook Pro late 2013?
  2. komi's avatar
    Need amazon price match
    digweed's avatar
    No we don't
  3. Nilesh_Hirani's avatar
    Can I add this in an enclosure and use it as a boot drive for an older mac? (edited)
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