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Posted 10 July 2023

Crucial P3 Plus M.2 PCIe Gen4 NVMe Up to 5000MB/s 1TB £37.99/ 2TB £77.99 / 4TB £155.99 Prime Exclusive @ Amazon

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All of these are decent value for the speed class.

  • NVMe (PCIe Gen4 x4) technology with up to 5000MB/s sequential reads, random read/write 650K/800K IOPS
  • Spacious storage up to 4TB. Backward compatibility with Gen3
  • Performs up to 43% faster than the fastest Gen3 NVMe SSDs
  • Rated at MTTF greater than 1.5 million hours for extended longevity and reliability
  • Up to 80% savings on Acronis Cyber Protect Home - Protect your photos, files, applications, operating system and devices.
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  1. ignition15's avatar
    Would this be a good option for a gaming PC? Doesn't seem to have DRAM which others have recommended elsewhere.
    modmouse's avatar
    If you want DRAM get the SN850 but for a gaming drive the p3 plus is a great choice. also because it operates at a lower temperature thermals wont be a concern.
  2. Chz's avatar
    It's a good price. I personally would avoid any QLC drive, but the P3 Plus does a fantastic job of hiding the drawbacks of QLC unless it's quite full. But when it is quite full and the cache runs out, write speeds are abhorrent. Less than spinning disk would net you.
    wrapper's avatar
    Do you have an alternative recommendation?
  3. nazsoftuk's avatar
    Ordered for the PS5. Thanks Op.
  4. jlpeaks's avatar
    Does this need a heat sink for PS5 or is it good to go?
    Stephen_Yates's avatar
    It’s always advised to add a heat sink for PS5 nvme drives.
  5. Hocus's avatar
    Got the 4tb for my ps5 and a heating. Thanks OP. I was tempted to get this when it was onsale in Germany. A little patience and I ended up with a Heatsink for almost the same price.
  6. nazaara's avatar
    How about this one as OS drive inside a laptop (edited)
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Not really, you want a drive with DRAM cache, what size are you after?
    If 1TB, this is a much better option -

    If 2TB, a little more but a far better drive -

    Both the above have DRAM cache and are TLC NAND, better performance and endurance. (edited)
  7. dré.'s avatar
    4tb has sold out
  8. The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Not great, DRAM-less QLC NAND. Bottom of the barrel.
    PS5 owners might consider it a good deal, but PC/laptop owners have better options.

    If you want a 1TB drive, this is only £1 but is TLC NAND and has DRAM cache so better performance and endurance -

    For 2TB, this Samsung is only a little more but a far superior in the same was as the ADATA above -

    Yes, they are gen3, but you don't lose much in the way of sequential performance (if any at all if you consider the P3 Plus takes a nosedive once the SLC cache is full).

    No cheap TLC options for 4TB...yet. (edited)
    umerfraz's avatar
    Hi, thank you for the advice. i am still confused (more because i am oblivious of technicalities) . Wouldnt the 5000mbs speed be better than 3000 on on gen 3 you recommended?
  9. sirblady's avatar
    Need help i just get my memory connect to xbox sx have error with say its to slow need connected to min usb3.0 i connected to pc and get max read speed 461mb/s read 459write all connected in box ORICO M.2 NVMe SATA SSD Enclosure Adapter Tool-Free, USB C 3.2 Gen 2 10Gbps NVME, 5Gbps NGFF SATA PCIe M-Key(B+M Key) was on hud before. What can make isssues ? When memory connecter to mobo m.2 slot got 3200mb/s. 3000mb/s (edited)
    Muhammad_MansoorKq9's avatar
    The adapter slows down the read and write speed, if you connect it directly to the computer you will get faster speeds. If you have a Xbox series X, your best option is to buy a Xbox sx compatible SSD.
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