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Posted 23 May 2023

Crucial P3 4TB M.2 PCIe Gen3 NVMe Internal SSD - Up to 3500MB/s - CT4000P3SSD8 - £175.96 @ Amazon

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Reduced to £175.96

  • NVMe (PCIe Gen3 x4) technology with up to 3500MB/s sequential reads, random read/write 650K/700K IOPS
  • Spacious storage up to 4TB
  • Performs up to 45% better than the previous generation
  • Solid Gen3 performance
  • Rated at MTTF greater than 1.5 million hours for extended longevity and reliability
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  1. Darkle's avatar
    Just need to come in and give us the better performing alternatives and it will be a true p3 Crucial thread
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Actually, when it comes to this 4TB drive I don't have a problem.
    There's nothing close to this price from UK sellers.

    The best priced TLC drive I can find is this at £214, and it's dispatched by Amazon US -

    Other than that, you'll have to spend £250 or more for a TLC drive, so the 4TB P3 is actually decently priced.

    What I would say is if anyone is going to use it as an external, they may as well go for this -
    amazon.co.uk/Cru…-31 (edited)
  2. arfster's avatar
    These OK as a secondary drive for game storage? I haven't really kept up to date with ssd tech.
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    It would be perfectly fine.

    To be honest, SSD tech has barely changed in the last few years. Other than sequential speeds (which is only any good for transferring large files), general performance is barely any different to what it was 5+ years ago.

    The biggest differences with drives the the type of NAND, which this drive being the cheaper and lower endurance QLC NAND.
    It'll still serve you well for years as a gaming drive and higher endurance 4TB drives will set you back at least £250.

    The other difference is drives with DRAM cache, but again you're looking at a big increase in price for a relatively small increase in performance. (edited)
  3. nobbynuts's avatar
    Come on. Give us 150
    rageruffle's avatar
    come onnnnnnnnnn
  4. Madgick3's avatar
    this thing just dropped to £159.29 (I wanted to post it :P). mad prices! I want to hold out for longer, seems they're only going one way
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