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Posted 19 July 2023

Samsung 980 1TB PCle 3.0 NVMe SSD 3,500/3,000 MB/s 5 year guarantee C&C

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It's time to maximise 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 NVMe interface and PCIe 3.0 technology.

  • Get right to it. The 980 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/s, over 6.2x the speed of SATA SSDs.
  • Storage space 1TB: GB.
  • Size H2.22, W8.02, L0.24cm.
  • Manufacturer's 5 year guarantee.
  • EAN: 8806090572210.
  • Note: This product is not compatible with PS5.

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Edited by sisqoboy, 19 July 2023
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  1. Bunnster's avatar
    Don't forget TCB and Airtime Rewards
    Paul_S77's avatar
    ...And use up some Nectar Points too to further reduce the price. (edited)
  2. jay_s1's avatar
    I have a Lenovo desktop with 250GB drive. It’s is NVMe compatible. If I purchase this, how do I clone windows 11 from old SSD to this new NVMe?

    westy125's avatar
    Don't, save your data and do a fresh install from media creation tool, if your registry's screwed up but still runs you'll be copying over poor running system, fresh install all the way!
  3. hk2054's avatar
    There was an Argos newsletter signup offer for 5 off 40 purchase. Not sure if it's available though.
    jungleboy123's avatar
    price is £39.99 may need to find soemthing for 1p in their store lol.
  4. gabesdad's avatar
    Have so many of these SSD’s since prices fell. Need a fast sub-£200 WD or Samsung model now.
  5. Mrepg's avatar
    Is this ok for OS drive?
    Reytak's avatar
    Yes, I have done so in several desktops and laptops.
  6. Els1e's avatar
    Wonder if Apple can see that SSDs are so cheap?
    Paul_S77's avatar
    Yeah but because they slap 'Apple' on the product or prefix a product with the oh so cool 'i' they think of a figure, double it, and add an extra £25
  7. 03luqman1's avatar
    Would it be better to buy this and an enclosure to use it as an external hard drive? Or is it not worth it?
    andy_mcnoob's avatar
    If you need it a 1tb external drive, then yes it’s worth it. Otherwise probably not
    I have one that I use in an enclosure, it works very well.
  8. Inquis's avatar
    We just need the 2230’s to follow suit!
  9. mark1's avatar
    Absolutley useless with computers...
    Would this fit into a HP14 laptop cf2007 intel core i3 4gb ram 256gb..?
    If so is it worth me buying this ? i don't do gaming or store films on it just general web browsing and storing photos.

    And how much should a PC shop charge to do it ?.
    Rob_B's avatar
    Google your model number and check the HP support pages, if it supports a m2 NVME SSD then you're sorted.

    So you need the space? If not then don't bother. If just storage then you could just but ausb external drive.

    Check YouTube for your model number to see if there are any videos showing how to replace it, it's usually just a few Screws. (edited)
  10. westy125's avatar
    Damn, was hoping for a pcie 4, deal, still good price even for pcie3
  11. spitfire51's avatar
    This or the Intel 670p??
    Paul_S77's avatar
    Both fairly similar in performance, but one review said 980 just pipped it.

    Intel 670p has DRAM but is QLC. I've found it to be a good drive. Had it for one year. Now 98% life left. Have about 350GB used and use it for generally lighter workloads on laptop. It's very good as an OS / apps drive.

    980 uses HMB (Host Memory Buffer) as it is DRAMless but uses better quality TLC NAND (edited)
  12. JamesDougal's avatar
    Av got a mate whos looking for a good peice for a nvme, would this fit a ps4
  13. ought's avatar
    Jump or wait for a PCIE 4 at a similar price?
  14. Mitchellin's avatar
    Would 980 be better than Kioxia Exceria with dram?
  15. blackaqua's avatar
    Hot, £33.83 with a £1 sim card, £5 newsletter voucher and 6% off some workplace gift voucher or spree card.
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