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Posted 9 May 2023

Samsung 990 PRO 2TB SSD M.2-2280 PCI Express 4.0 X4 NVMe Solid State Drive £159.25 with code @ Tech Next Day

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PCIe 4.0 speed maximized
Huge speed boost. 40% and 55% faster random read/write speeds than 980 PRO – up to 1400K/1650K IOPS, while sequential read/write speeds up to 7450/6900 MB/s reach near max performance of PCIe® 4.0. Fly high in gaming, video and 3D editing, data analysis, and more.

* Sequential and random write performance was measured with Intelligent Turbo Write technology being activated. Intelligent Turbo Write operates only within a specific data transfer size.
Performance may vary depending on SSD’s firmware, system hardware & configuration and other factors. For detailed information, please contact your local service center

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Smart thermal solution
Speed beyond the heat. The nickel-coated controller and cutting-edge thermal control algorithm manage heat for unwavering performance. The heat spreader label controls NAND chip heat, while Dynamic Thermal Guard keeps temperatures optimal.

The champion maker
The best gameplay experience. A more than 55% improvement in random performance enables faster loads for ultimate gaming realism on PS5 and DirectStorage PC games.
* DirectStorage technology from Microsoft loads games faster than before by leveraging the multiple GB/sec speed of modern NVMe SSDs.
* Results are based on a comparison with Samsung 980 PRO

Samsung Magician software
Unlock the full power of 990 PRO. Samsung Magician software’s user-friendly suite of optimization tools always gets you the best SSD performance. Protect valuable data, monitor drive health, and get important updates. Your personal SSD toolkit.

World’s No.1 Flash Memory
Experience superior performance and reliability you only get from the world’s No.1 flash memory brand since 2003. All components and firmware are produced in-house, including Samsung’s world-renowned DRAM and NAND, for integrated start-to-finish quality you can trust.

Source: 2003~2021 OMDIA data – NAND suppliers’ revenue market share.

Solid State Capacity 2 TB
Drive Size Inches
Memory Type SSD
Memory Package Samsung V-NAND 3-bit MLC
Memory Size MB

Read Speed Up to 7,450 MB/s
Write Speed Up to 6,900 MB/s
4K Random Read (AS SSD) Up to 1.4mil IOPS
4K Random Write (AS SSD) Up to 1.55mil IOPS
Data Storage Life 1,200 TBW
Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) 1,500,000 hours

Interface PCIe Gen4 x4 NVMe

Voltage 3.3 V
Electrical Power Consumption 5.5 ~ 8.5 W
Electrical Power Consumption Standby 55 mW

Operating Temperature 0 ~ 70 °C
Shock (Operating) 1,500 G & 0.5 ms

Form Factor Solid State Drive
Enclosure type Internal
In The Box 1 x 2TB SSD
Width 22 mm
Depth 80 mm
Height 2.3 mm
Weight 9 g

Warranty 5 Years

Key Features
Disk Capacity 2 TB
Interface Type PCI Express 4.0 x4 NVMe
Main Colour
Storage Capacity 2000 GB
Solid State Drive Yes
Disk Form Factor M.2 2280
Low Profile
Read IOPS (4K)
Interface Type PCIe 4.0 x4 NVMe
Write IOPS (4K)
HDD Purpose
Card Width
Power Requirement (auto) 5 W
PCIe Physical Slot required

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  1. SpencerUk's avatar
    Good deal, but I'd prefer the Seagate Firecuda 530 over the 990 Pro.

    Its about a fiver more than this deal (at box.co.uk)

    Given the 990 Pro's issue with endurance, it's risky gambit.

    arstechnica.com/gad…ds/ (edited)
    charlie12's avatar
    There is no “issue with endurance” after the 3-month-old firmware fix is applied, which is also preinstalled on all drives manufactured since March. (edited)
  2. ngs's avatar
    Good deal if the drive is working as it should.
    spaceninja224's avatar
    I think you just have to update the firmware? Atleast that's what all the Amazon comments were saying.
  3. richx45's avatar
    990 would of been king of castle if it wasn't A) Overpriced B) Filled with buggy firmware.

    I like others opt'd for SN850X & FIRECUDA 530. (edited)
    charlie12's avatar
    The endurance bug was fixed 3 months ago, and the BL bug was fixed recently. How exactly does that make it “filled with buggy firmware” at this moment in time?

    Even the SN850X you mention has had more firmware releases to fix issues, at least 3 IIRC:

    620331WD (edited)
  4. howard9's avatar
    Not as good as the £137.69 price they were 3 weeks ago but still not a bad price for the best nvme available atm.
    KC30's avatar
    wow im amused you rememberd the price and date
  5. justfluke's avatar
    Be careful of these. Mines just failed after 2 months. Apparently a known issue so do some research first
    jjames87's avatar
    The firmware issue or is this a different one? Anyway, there's alternative options now that are just as good such as the KC3000 and SN850x which are often cheaper.
  6. g00ner82's avatar
    Such a good drive copies data from one SSD to this in seconds
  7. jacksj1's avatar
    Can you update firmware on these if it's your boot drive ?
    charlie12's avatar
    Yes - always backup anything important first, of course, and use the bootable ISO or Linux to update - not Magician in Windows. (edited)
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