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Kingston KC3000 2TB PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 SSD 7,000MB/s¹ read/write 3D TLC NAND £138.34 @ Amazon DE

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+£10 in the UK if you prefer that way, however paying in Euro with a fee free card could make it to £134ish

  • PCIe 4.0 NVMe technology Master intensive applications with speeds of up to 7,000/7,000MB/s¹ read/write.
  • Store more Upgrade and manage storage with full capacities of up to 4096GB².
  • Greater flexibility Compact M.2 design fits easily into small-form-factor (SFF) systems, desktops and laptop PCs.
  • Low-profile graphene aluminium heat spreader Exceptional thermal dissipation keeps your drive cool with maximum performance.
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  1. BobbyUK's avatar
    Great Drive as it's my main operating system drive, fast bootup, replaced a Corsair MP600 which was dying within 2 years. (edited)
  2. Cattle's avatar
    Some great deals on NVMe drives currently, nice find OP, I'm almost tempted, holding out for a decent 4TB one.
    And: Hell yeah, will be great in your PS5 (just needs an appropriate heat sink)
    sisqoboy's avatar
    Yep,thanks. PS5 compatible with a heat sink. well, 4TB will be expensive even in a lower speed class...
  3. originalusername's avatar
    Bargain. Just bought this drive for about £30 more recently. Put in one of these Asus boards which is also a massive heatsink to expand how may drives I can have so I might pick up another.

    asus.com/uk/…rd/ (edited)
  4. Sam021's avatar
    That is a very good price, hot! Hopefully it will drop to £99 in a few months, planning to run 4 of these in raid.
  5. Arkz's avatar
    1600 TBW
    1000k IOPS for random read and write
    Phison E18 controller
    DRAM cache
  6. Arkz's avatar
    Paid with Revolut in euros, came to £134.54. Cheers.
  7. Rumcajs_9's avatar
    Would it be good for laptop? Is it getting hot?
    MRP's avatar
    Bear in mind this double sided.

    Battery life wise the Samsung, SK Hynix based drives (Solidigem etc.) might be better for you.

    Its not bad temps wise from what I recall in a desktop. Not one of the coolest but neither hot.
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