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Posted 5 May 2023

Crucial P3 2TB PCIe M.2 2280 SSD £87.90 @ crucial CT2000P3SSD8 Crucial P3 2TB PCIe M.2 2280 SSD CT2000P3SSD8

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Get faster bootups, downloads and file transfers, and store all your files, photos, videos, apps, and games with room to spare with the quality and dependability you expect from Crucial.

Affordable performance
Upgrade your PC with the performance it needs at a price you want. The Crucial P3 NVMe™ SSD delivers load times and data transfers that are 6x faster than SATA drives and 22x faster than HDDs2.

Generous storage
With generous capacities up to 4TB3, the Crucial P3 can hold massive amounts of files, documents, photos, videos, games, and apps, with room to spare.

High-quality innovation
Crucial P3 NVMe SSDs are built with high-quality Micron® Advanced 3D NAND, tested and validated to the exacting standards you’ve come to expect from one of the world’s largest manufacturers of flash memory. Want proof? Go check out our award-winning line of SSDs.

Optimized security
SSD management software for performance optimization and firmware updates give the Crucial P3 everything you need for security and peace of mind.

Ongoing support
We’ve got your back! Crucial offers everything you need to get started and maintain optimal SSD performance.


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  1. targaid's avatar
    Title of your sex tape?
  2. The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    You'd have to be crazy to spend that on a DRAM-less QLC drive right now, how did this even get hot? lol!
    People here have some weird obsession with Crucial QLC NAND drives!

    Get either the drive fishmaster posted above, or (though I hate recommending QLC drives at all) this Intel QLC with DRAM -

    Or another TCL DRAM-less option for less money -

    Or this TLC for even less -
    amazon.co.uk/Sil…-28 (edited)