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Samsung 980 1 TB PCIe 3.0 (up to 3.500 MB/s) NVMe M.2 Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) (MZ-V8V1T0BW) £57.29 @ Amazon

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It's time to maximize your PC's potential with the 980. Whether you need a boost for gaming or a seamless workflow for heavy graphics, the 980 is the smart choice for outstanding SSD performance, and it's all backed by an NVMe1 interface and PCIe 3.0 technology.

Packed with Speed

The 980 solid state drive harnesses nearly all the speed advantages of PCIe 3.0 through HMB technology and dramatic NVMe efficiency. The DRAM-less design delivers exceptional value, achieving breakneck sequential read/write speeds up to 3,500/3,000 MB/s²³, over 6.2x the speed of SATA SSDs⁴

Maximum Performance with full power mode

Keep your internal SSD running at peak level for nonstop, consistent high performance with Full Power Mode. Switch it on through Samsung Magician software to always keep your SSD in active mode. Instantly jump right back to intensive work with huge files, graphic-heavy games, or even normal PC usage

  • NVMe PCIe 3.0 technology
  • Up to 6x faster than SATA SSD
  • Dynamic Thermal Guard
  • M.2 small form factor
  • Speed light included
  • Note: This product is not compatible with PS5.
  • Sleep mode: Yes
  • Operating temperature: 0 - 70℃
  • New M.2 NVMe SSD
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  1. gnsks's avatar
    Note this is the DRAM-less 980. Still a decent drive in real world performance and probably this is lowest price ever.
    xxbluedragonxx's avatar
    What difference does dram really make? Just for ordinary things like Office or some light gaming?
  2. xxbluedragonxx's avatar
    How does this compare to a crucial mx500 sata drive?
    spannerzone's avatar
    While this is far faster, in reality the noticable difference between a good sata SSD like the MX500 and an nvme like this is probably not that much in day to day use. For hard core users and those that run benchmarks all day then nvme is the winner but I am doubtful it's worth the expense unless you're upgrading for more space. It is a great price though!
  3. spannerzone's avatar
    Wow excellent price - it's PCi-3 so not for PS5 but for the rest of us, it's an excellent deal.
    Banshee22's avatar
    This is non-Pro though.so without the all important DRAM unfortunately.and not that exciting.
  4. Banshee22's avatar
    keep in mind :
    980 is the budget model without DRAM.
    980 Pro is the proper one with DRAM cache.
    spannerzone's avatar
    And the Pro is PCIe-4 so really a different beast entirely.
  5. pluves1's avatar
    Good price. However, make sure the firmware is updated as soon as you install. High failure rates on the 2TB version and the 1TB is also affected but, to a lesser extent. tomshardware.com/new…ate
    charlie12's avatar
    This deal is for the non-PRO model, but it's still worth updating. (edited)
  6. mjb152's avatar
    I put a 2tb version in external case, and the Samsung software won't let me update the firmware.. Any ideas how to update it ?
    charlie12's avatar
    Direct connection
  7. spidermonkey's avatar
    Will this go into steam deck
    Czubaka's avatar
    No, you need nvme in 2230 size.
  8. zworlds's avatar
    Will this ideal to back up my files and movies?
    xenny's avatar
    No. This is an internal drive. For a backup you want something you can easily disconnect and ideally keep some way away from the system it contains a back up of.
  9. RockstarRobbo's avatar
    Mega 🔥🔥🔥
  10. The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Yes, and no.
    The Samsung has faster sequential speeds (only good for large file transfers).
    The Kioxia has DRAM cache.

    In real life daily use, you'd struggle to tell the difference.
    The Samsung has a longer warranty though.

    Personally, I'd go with the Kioxia. (edited)
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