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Kingston FURY Renegade PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 SSD SFYRS/1000G , 7300/7000 mbps -1TB - £80.98 @ Amazon

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Level up with PCIe 4.0 NVMeDominate with cutting-edge Gen 4x4 intense speeds up to 7,300/7,000MB/s¹ read/write and up to 1,000,000 IOPS¹ performance.

Maximize your motherboardPowerful slim M.2 form factor to enhance your gaming rig and laptop.

Low profile graphene aluminum heat spreaderAdvanced thermal dissipation keeps your drive cool during intense usage. Brings higher performance to the tightest of spaces in gaming laptops and motherboards.

More space to play, PS5 ReadyGet all the latest titles and DLC available. Performance with high capacities up to 4TB2 to store your favorite games and media. Game-changing storage designed to maximize your play.Key

  • Wattage: ‎6.3 watts
  • Lithium Battery Energy Content: 2 Kilowatt Hours
  • Hard Drive Interface: ‎NVMe
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 2.2 x 0.33 cm; 7 Grams
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  1. cannrobe's avatar
    Might be worth putting 1TB in the title? As 1000G isn't an obvious form to show the size of a drive.
  2. lutherinlondon's avatar
    So.... Not too clued up about these newer drives but would I need a heatsink version for fitting into a gaming laptop (Lenovo Legion) or could I get away with just the drive. There's a thirty quid difference in price.
    muad's avatar
    The drive already has a heat spreader as per product description, I put one in a ASUS Tuf and everything is fine. (edited)
  3. Davidmrb93's avatar
    Not too bad for the price/performance, nvme's do seem to be taking a dip in price recently, guessing as we get closer to gen 5 and hitting that max potentially nearly of gen 4
  4. Lee_Kennedy's avatar
    I got this yesterday and installed in my PS5. Copied all games across really fast and everything runs smooth. Voted hot.
    PhoenixSQ's avatar
    Did you install an heatsink with it?
  5. powerbrick's avatar
    Phison e18 so has DRAM cache
  6. Czubaka's avatar
  7. MRP's avatar
    Basically a Kingston KC3000 with a unique firmware.
    Gkains's avatar
    But isn't the KC3000's endurance 800TB rather than the 1000TB (1PB) that this has?

    Plus burst read for this is 7300MB/s vs 7000MB/s for the KC3000.

    Still very similar either way. If anything this is slightly better.

    Voted hot
  8. ooogemaflip's avatar
    Direct Storage games now being released. I bought Crucial nvme this week ready for my upgrade in May. Bought it now due to the free game offer which I chose The Last of Us part 1
    Alan_Bain's avatar
    Yeah all 1 of them
  9. PhoenixSQ's avatar
    Do I need a heatsink if I am using this for the ps5??
    jellybean50's avatar
    Definitely. A heat spreader isn't sufficient.
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