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Posted 23 July 2023

Silicon Power PCIe M.2 NVMe SSD 2TB Gen3x4 R/W up to 3,400/3,000MB/s internal SSD with DRAM Sold by SP EUROPE

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Cheap price for this well reviewed SSD with phison E12 controller and ddr4 dram



  • Super-fast PCIe Gen3x4 interface for read/write speeds of up to 3,400MB/s / 3,000MB/s
  • NVMe 1.3 support
  • RAID engine for enhanced data integrity
  • Supports SLC Cache and DRAM Cache Buffer. Provides great SSD sequential read/write and random read/write performance.
  • Slim form factor M.2 2280 for perfect fit in slim and portable mobile applications or desktop PCs
  • Free download of SP ToolBox to easily obtain disk information such as self-monitoring analysis report, extent of consumption and SSD diagnostics
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Edited by jaju123, 23 July 2023
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  1. James_Harking's avatar
    Just looking for thoughts, do you guys think this is a better drive than the WD SN570 as both are around the same price? (edited)
    jaju123's avatar
    Yeah this is a lot better - that is a very low end drive with no dram etc
  2. kidrock123's avatar
  3. ought's avatar
    What's the DRAM for?
    jaju123's avatar
    Helps it maintain speeds and be faster in short bursts
  4. hk2054's avatar
    Endurance is higher than average if I am not mistaken. This (model P34A80) is rated at 1600 TBW. Most 2TB SSDs are rated at 1,200 TB.
    silicon-power.com/sup…pdf (edited)
    Phil452's avatar
    That document says 1600TBW
  5. gomino's avatar
    How can they go down in price so quickly? When will this stop?
    At this rate we'll get 4 tb drives for 50 quid in a couple of years
    jaju123's avatar
    This is how tech used to be in the 2000s
  6. James_Harking's avatar
    Hey guys, unless I'm missing something in the description it doesn't state if this is QLC or TLC, does anyone know? Cheers
    jaju123's avatar
    Its tlc
  7. TheGMan's avatar
    Would this one work for PS5?
    robduh's avatar
    No, looks like this is PCI Express 3, you need PCI 4 for the PS5 according to all the posts I've seen. Fine for a PC though.
  8. MazUK's avatar
    Is this compatible with the below. And is it the same speed. Anybody have any advice to upgrade the stock nvme in the below SFF PC?
    Is there a similar sold by Amazon?

    SFF PC Link
    I believ this SFF PC uses a 512 Crucial PCIe Gen4 x4 NVMe SSD Drive. The drive on this post shows as a gen 3 x4. I wonder will it make a difference between the gen 4 in the pc and this gen 3?

    This one looks to be interesting too Link Here (edited)
  9. The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Another NVMe deal that went under my radar, I must be slacking...
    Having posted a deal for this a while back myself, and installed a couple of these, I can confirm that they are very good value and I've had no reports of any problems with them.
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