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Posted 31 August 2022

Seagate FireCuda 530 4 TB M.2 SSD £436.99 @ Amazon

£436.99£586.9826% off
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Temporarily out of stock, but it can be ordered at £436.99 from Amazon direct. Careful not to choose other more expensive sellers

Seagate FireCuda 530, 4 TB, Internal Solid State Drive - M.2 PCIe Gen4 ×4 NVMe 1.4, transfer speeds up to 7,300 MB/s, 3D TLC NAND, 5,100 TBW, Heatsink, 3 year Rescue Services (ZP4000GM3A023)
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    I approve of this deal.

    Getting close to the £400 mark. If you need a 4TB drive, this is probably the best choice. (edited)
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    Just buy a second ps5 its nearly the same price lol
    Yeah, if PS5 came with 2tb of storage would have made sense
    I bought this drive 3 months ago for £600, and it hurts a little now 😁
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    very cheap!
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    Probably need it for the new warzone come November lol
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    No option to order the OOS 2tb version that was £172.99 so not sure how you can order this if OOS. £440 is too much for me despite being a discount
    You could order it when it showed “temporarily out of stock”, as you can with this
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    2tb @172 was a deal
    This, not so much (edited)
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    I can't see how they can justify that price for an extra Chip or 2.

    Strange time to release that with next gen NVMe out soon.
    It'll be nearly twice as many chips and a smaller market so twice the price is hardly unexpected.

    Gen 5 is already out, will make zero difference to PS5 owners and same for SSDs unless they also utilise more expensive (faster) NAND and controllers. (edited)
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    If only it wasn't Seagate. The Sony of the HDD world.
    Who mentioned HDDs?
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    If you have the money and need it get it
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    I nearly bit the bullet at £600 before I realised just how big a waste of money it is. I'll give it a second thought if it drops to £300, that won't happen for a very long time though (if ever), in the meantime I'll carry on moving games across on a £90 5TB HDD!