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Posted 2 September 2023

XPG M.2 SSD 2TB (PS5 compatible)

£4.99 from United Kingdom ·
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Big discount on a greatly reviewed high spec SSD. Most reviews have compared it to the Samsung 980 pro.

Even with shipping cost, still comes in at a great price for the memory size and performance.

Read/Write Upto 7400/6800Mb. PCIe Gem 4 but compatible with gen 3.

Possible 2% cashback with Quidco.

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🔘Capacity: 2TB
🔘Read Speed: 7400 MBps
🔘Write Speed: 6700 MBps
🔘Type: M.2 PCIe 4.0 x4 (NVMe)
🔘Warranty: 5 Year Warranty



Speed Ahead with PCIe 4.0
With the latest PCIe Gen4 interface, the GAMMIX S70 BLADE will help you dominate the competition with sequential read/write performance of up to 7400/6800/MB per second. That's up to two times faster than PCIe 3.0 SSDs! For ease of use, it's backward compatible with PCIe 3.0.

Cool in the Heat of Battle
Sporting a robust high-temperature resistant aluminum heatsink, the GAMMIX S70 BLADE gets rid of heat effectively. So effective in fact it is able to reduce temperatures by up to 20 percent. Plus, the heatsink looks amazing too with its streamlined surface and ridged geometric lines.

Perfect for Compact and Thin Devices
Featuring a M.2 2280 form factor, the GAMMIX S70 BLADE is perfect for laptops and thinner devices, giving you the performance you need regardless of space constraints.

Works with PS5
Got a PS5 and need more capacity? The GAMMIX S70 BLADE is your answer. Plug one into your PS5 and enjoy better, smoother performance over the built-in storage.

Made to Perform

  • Compliant with NVMe 1.4
  • Higher capacities and enhanced efficiency and durability with 3D NAND Flash
  • M.2 2280 specification: supports the latest generation PCIe 4.0 platform
  • Perfect for avid gamers, overclockers, and PC enthusiasts

Boosting Your Performance
In combination with Dynamic SLC Caching and DRAM Cache Buffer, the GAMMIX S70 BLADE gives you a performance boost for video editing, rendering, and gaming.

The Ultimate Game Cache
Equipped with 3D NAND Flash memory, the S70 BLADE offers capacities of up to 2TB. What's more, with error correcting and protection technologies, it comes with a high Total Bytes Written (TBW) rating for excellent durability and longevity.

5-Year Warranty
For peace of mind, the GAMMIX S70 BLADE comes backed by a 5-year warranty.


Interface: PCIe 4.0 x4 (NVMe)
Device Type: Solid state drive - internal
Capacity: 2 TB
Encryption Algorithm: 256-bit AES
Form Factor: M.2 2280
Features: DRAM cache, End-to-end data protection, RAID ready, 3D NAND Technology, Advanced LDPC ECC Technology, dynamic SLC caching, NVM Express (NVMe) 1.4, PS5 compatible, IG5236A1 controller
Width: 22 mm
Depth: 80 mm
Height: 3.3 mm
Weight: 7 g

SSD Endurance: 1480 TB
Internal Data Rate: 7400 MBps (read) / 6700 MBps (write)
Maximum 4KB Random Write: 750000 IOPS
Maximum 4KB Random Read: 750000 IOPS

MTBF: 2,000,000 hours

Expansion & Connectivity
Interfaces: 1 x PCI Express 4.0 x4 (NVMe) - M.2 Card
Compatible Bay: M.2 2280

Compliant Standards: BSMI, FCC, RoHS, KC, EAC, RCM, Morocco, UKCA

Manufacturer Warranty
Service & Support: Limited warranty - 5 years

Environmental Parameters
Min Operating Temperature: 0 °C
Max Operating Temperature: 70 °C
Min Storage Temperature: -40 °C
Max Storage Temperature: 85 °C
Shock Tolerance (operating): 1500 g @ 0.5 ms

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  1. Woweee's avatar
    Great find! This is a brilliant drive. Can also find it same prize on Amazon with free delivery, or technextday for £88.18.
    heaney676's avatar
    Went with the ebuyer one as it comes with a 5 year warranty which I didn't notice on Amazon and some reviews stated issues with Amazon models having different internals to what was stated.
  2. jamie60509's avatar
    Am looking for an SSD upgrade for my partner's PS5 - is this the best option at the moment? Cheers
    heaney676's avatar
    Is it worth shopping around, this SSD is up there with some of the best currently available performance wise. Prices are dropping so depends what you want, any compatible SSD will perform well on the ps5.
  3. The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    The fact this got hot is hilarious.
    £95.98 for a drive that has been cheaper elsewhere for Months?
    Why is thers even a £15 delivery cost on this deal? It's £4.99.

    Proof that not including the delivery cost in the big orange price sways heat a lot.
    No idea how HUKD can say that change was an 'improvement' to the site that the majority of people are happy with.
    I haven't seen a single person agree that it was a good change.

    Ebuyer (who this deal is for|) sell it on Amazon for £90 inc delivery, lol.

    Here, get it for £88.18 instead -
    hotukdeals.com/dea…013 (edited)
    heaney676's avatar
    Thanks for highlighting the delivery cost issue, that's what I had to pay to get it delivered to N.I.
  4. justabout72's avatar
    Bargains, it was this price a few weeks back and I missed out, so I might grab one today thanks op
    heaney676's avatar
    Mine arrived yesterday and went straight into my ps5. Got a heatsink off Amazon for £4. Will do the job.
  5. Angeli2's avatar
    Bought a 2TB drive when I first got my PS5, now having to get 4TB as I've almost filled that and the internal, I know I should just delete/move stuff but it offends my OCD so I can't
  6. amour3k's avatar
    , exactly how 'fat', is your cat?
  7. MicksteryMan's avatar
    How easy to fit in a PS5?
    heaney676's avatar
    I've a busted neck at the moment and it took me less than 10 minutes which was mostly messing about with the third party heat sink.
  8. Sammy86's avatar
    How does this compare to the Kingston Renegade Fury? Seems similar read and write speeds.
    heaney676's avatar
    I had looked at the renegade originally but reviews didn't go in its favour.
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