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Posted 13 July 2023

Solidigm P41 Plus Series 512GB SSD Internal solid state Drive GEN 4 NVMe 4.0 x4 M.2 SSD 2280 3D NAND Drive - £23.99 @ Amazon

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Solidigm™ P41 Plus Series 512GB SSD Internal solid state Drive GEN 4 NVMe 4.0 x4 M.2 SSD 2280 3D NAND Internal Solid State Drive (512GB, M.2 80mm, PCIe 4.0 x4)

Seems to be even cheaper than the recent lightning deal (£24.99)

  • Internal Solid State Drive SSD 4 Gen M.2 SSD 2280 Internal Solid State Drive NVMe
  • Super fast SSD PCIe 4.0 with read speed up to 3500 MB/s, write speed up to 1625 MB/s
  • M.2 SSD form factor, NVMe verson 1.4 SSD available in 512GB, 1TB and 2TB capacities
  • 200TBW, enhanced with Solidigm Synergy Software for a Complete Client SSD Solution
  • Thermally optimized to avoid throttling, 5 years warranty
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  1. Ra_Gra's avatar
    Is this good one?
    johnjrambo's avatar
    I think its a SK Hynix Platinum P41 in disguise, if so, its one of the fastest SSD available and often overlooked/overshadowed by the problematic current Samsung range.

    Edit - This Solidgim is just a run-of-the-mill dramless drive.

    Edit - It seems the Solidigm P44 Pro is the SK Hynix Platinum P41 in disguise (edited)
  2. Solee's avatar
    So we're getting better deals now than we did on prime day ?
    driver8's avatar
    It would seem so ... maybe these didn't sell so well?
    (But you can claim back the difference).
  3. Waka69's avatar
    Any heatsink for this to use with ps5?
    voteHot's avatar
    I wouldn't recommend this as a PS5 drive.
  4. Pájaro's avatar
    I love the marketing team's method for selling the 200TBW figure here. Apparently, this is the perfect driver for anyone wanting to save 6 Word Documents a second, every second, for the next five years. Ideal if you're so untrusting of MSO's stability that you have Autosave set to trigger every 166 miliseconds, I suppose.
  5. marcosscriven's avatar
    Could get 8 of these in an array for under £200, for a total of 4TB.
    voteHot's avatar
    The hardware to mount 8 of these would be quite expensive.
  6. Mark2021-'s avatar
    Will this work with the asus tuf x570-plus wifi motherboard?
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