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    • I just received my 2TB and it only comes with 1863 GB. Not a huge issue, but still!
      that's 6.8% less than expected.....
      $2xx for 2Tb still overpriced.....
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    • I just received my 2TB and it only comes with 1863 GB. Not a huge issue, but still!
      Storage manufacturers have used the SI standard base-10 prefixes for decades now.
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    • I just received my 2TB and it only comes with 1863 GB. Not a huge issue, but still!
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    • Nice, I just started a savings account this week for the PS10
      Have you seen the leaks for the PS10?

      It looks like it's going to be a crazy powerful system.

      Defiantly skipping the PS5 on favour of the Ps10
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    • impulse buy, anyone want it for 200? GVA. tnx
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    • This Is The Way

      i've already passed on PS5, saving up for PS9
      Nice, I just started a savings account this week for the PS10
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    • Why stop there, wait for gen 10 and it'll drop even harder πŸ˜‚
      This Is The Way

      i've already passed on PS5, saving up for PS9
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    • wait for gen 5, then 4tb will drop hard...
      Why stop there, wait for gen 10 and it'll drop even harder πŸ˜‚
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    • wait for gen 5, then 4tb will drop hard...
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    • No one is arguing whether the price will drop. I just get annoyed people always complain new gen is expensive and old gen isn't futureproof like clockwork in a couple of years. This is ATL so it's a good buy.
      for sure, its 100% a good buy for one of the best all-round gen4 drives today from a reputable brand
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    • Tech gets cheaper over time. In other news, water is wet. No one is arguing whether the price will drop. People will complain gen 5s will be too expensive and gen 4 isn't futureproof like clockwork in a couple of years.
      Gen 5 better load things so fast it feels like time travelling lol
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    • there was a time 1tb gen4 drives were this price, and 2tb was the price of the current 4tb. Its not hard to look back and see..

      my first ssd was 32gb and was double this... it really doesnt take as long as one thinks for gb/$ prices to drop.

      your comment wont age well
      No one is arguing whether the price will drop. I just get annoyed people always complain new gen is expensive and old gen isn't futureproof like clockwork in a couple of years. This is ATL so it's a good buy.
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    • You're right, if you have the patience to wait for the 4TB model at this price more power to you. Might take a while though, doubt it'll happen this year.
      yeah I definitely don't have the patience, and own 4 of the 2tb sn850 non-x. My one 4tb nvme is a wd red WDS400T1R0C (when WD had those price errors last year)

      I look forward to larger nvme drives at lower prices.. 4tb, 8tb, 16tb etc.. Tbh I am super happy with how relatively fast the market has moved. the speeds today and the storage available would have been a complete dream a decade ago.
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    • there was a time 1tb gen4 drives were this price, and 2tb was the price of the current 4tb. Its not hard to look back and see..

      my first ssd was 32gb and was double this... it really doesnt take as long as one thinks for gb/$ prices to drop.

      your comment wont age well
      You're right, if you have the patience to wait for the 4TB model at this price more power to you. Might take a while though.

      I got a 1TB HP EX920 for $200 and 500GB Evo 970 for $155 in 2018, now they're more or less half the price.
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    • Have fun waiting for the 4tb at this price lol
      there was a time 1tb gen4 drives were this price, and 2tb was the price of the current 4tb. Its not hard to look back and see..

      my first ssd was 32gb and was double this... it really doesnt take as long as one thinks for gb/$ prices to drop.

      your comment wont age well
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    • This is cutting edge tech and already ATL pricing, how did you come to the conclusion that this should be further discounted by 50%?
      give it time, when I bought my original 2tb sn850 they were like $400, now these better versions are basically half price compared to back then... so my estimate gen4 4tb models will be around $250 by mid 2024 (mostly since new gen5 drives will slowly push current ones down)
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    • That is a great deal for this drive. It's very high quality and super fast. No heatsink is a total pain though.
      Sometimes the heatsink is the pain itself, unless it's easily removable. Sometimes the motherboard screw post is specifically designed for its own heatsink solution and putting in an M.2 with included heatsink requires you to find the right height post/standoff. Luckily a couple cheap aftermarket heatsinks I got came with their own variety packs of screws and posts. Or some drive comes with a really thin plate style that doesn't do much but is just thick enough to interfere with the motherboard heatsink.
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    • Obviously no one will see these speeds in gaming so might as well get a Gen 3 drive.

      And that's why these drives should be 50% less.

      /s
      I absolutely saw the speed increase when I went from Corsair MX500 to Samsung Evo 970 Plus during Windows installation. Gen 4 is another huge bump in performance.
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    • This is cutting edge tech and already ATL pricing, how did you come to the conclusion that this should be further discounted by 50%?
      Obviously no one will see these speeds in gaming so might as well get a Gen 3 drive.

      And that's why these drives should be 50% less.

      /s
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    • WD is selling the heatsink one with 239$ - better option, full warranty from WD too.
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    • This is cutting edge tech and already ATL pricing, how did you come to the conclusion that this should be further discounted by 50%?
      This is normal price....in future, it will drop more....
      224+tax still expensive for a 2Tb ssd, understand it's a high end product , but still ...
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    • the one with heatsink is $245, good deal?
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    • should be cheaper.....$224.99 + tax not low enough....
      waiting for the 4Tb at this price level....
      This is cutting edge tech and already ATL pricing, how did you come to the conclusion that this should be further discounted by 50%?
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    • Thanks OP! Got two from memory express. Put them in game mode for a speed boost! Nice drives!
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    • This is a very good gaming SSD that is more efficient and produces less heat that other SSDs in this class, imo.

      The heatsink will make the SSD too tall and the laptop base cover would not fit.

      The videos I watched show SSDs installed without heatsinks.

      https://youtu.be/M9lLb0yKUms

      https://youtu.be/qgTdWGsu1Ag
      This post is very much appreciated!
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    • Amazon did have this for $224.99 before they sold out.
      I remember, but it wasn't available at that price when I posted my reply.
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    • Wondering how well this would work to just get dropped into my new G17 Asus ROG?

      I see folks mentioning heat sinks, but mostly in relation to PS5's. Would I need a heat sink in this case? I'm not super handy with computer parts these days, so I'd love to have a part/solution that doesn't need extra work or steps than just dropping it into the HDD slot.

      Thoughts?
      This is a very good gaming SSD that is more efficient and produces less heat that other SSDs in this class, imo.

      The heatsink will make the SSD too tall and the laptop base cover would not fit.

      The videos I watched show SSDs installed without heatsinks.

      https://youtu.be/M9lLb0yKUms

      https://youtu.be/qgTdWGsu1Ag
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    • Wondering how well this would work to just get dropped into my new G17 Asus ROG?

      I see folks mentioning heat sinks, but mostly in relation to PS5's. Would I need a heat sink in this case? I'm not super handy with computer parts these days, so I'd love to have a part/solution that doesn't need extra work or steps than just dropping it into the HDD slot.

      Thoughts?
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    • I had this one, but returned it since the WD 850x at 2TB is a better deal per TB.
      Yeah, if you need 2TB. I was considering a slow external for half what I paid so this was a "splurge" in a sense. I suppose I can still use one if I really need though, but I have 33 games on my PS5 I think that's enough. LOL
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    • Do i need a heatsink if i put this in a ps5?
      Imho, yes. They are not expensive and easy to install.

      Sony recommends any M.2 SSD installed in the PS5 have a heatsink.

      "Using an M.2 SSD with your PS5 console requires effective heat dissipation with a cooling structure, such as a heatsink and a heat transfer sheet. You can attach these to your M.2 SSD yourself, either in a single-sided format, or double-sided format (single-sided cooling structures are an easier fit). There are also M.2 SSDs that have cooling structures (such as heatsinks) built-in."
      from https://www.playstation.com/en-ca/suppo ... 2-ssd/#min

      I made some recommendations for heatsinks with the expansion slot cover in post #10
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    • I bought the Kingston KC3000 1TB last week for $119.99 from Best Buy for my PS5... great drive and read speeds are insane.

      Currently running it without a heatsink, but have a Sabrent one on the way.

      Although the only problem with 1TB is that I filled it immediately... trying unsuccessfully to leave enough space to keep it running fast. LOL
      I had this one, but returned it since the WD 850x at 2TB is a better deal per TB.
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    • Do i need a heatsink if i put this in a ps5?
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    • Just me though, I feel WD is better than Seagate in terms of quality, especially in the past. I've never cared about brands per se, but Seagate drives have never been good to me in the past while WD has always been fine whether HDD or SSD. I've been using the SN850 2tb in my PS5 for about a year now.
      Not sure why you would compare Seagate platter-based hard disk drives with their SSD product lines.

      The FireCuda 530 uses the Phison PS5018-E18 controller and Micron 176L TLC NAND Flash

      You can find this same combination in the Kingston KC3000.
      Kingston does give the 2TB KC3000 a endurance (TBW) rating of 1,600 TB (higher than the SN850X) and did not enable hardware encryption

      Kingston KC3000 M.2 SSD Review: The Fastest Flash You Can Get (Updated)


      Investors Shouldn't Ignore Seagate's SSD Business
      The hard-drive maker is taking baby steps into the higher-growth market with enterprise and gaming SSDs.
      https://www.fool.com/investing/2020/01/ ... iness.aspx
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    • That is a great deal for this drive. It's very high quality and super fast. No heatsink is a total pain though.
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    • I thought getting a faster mother board was the only way to make this computer faster. But It's not working so I think its good time to buy this SSD now.
      What motherboard do you have, and what kind of HD are you currently using?

      Your motherboard might not support gen 4 speeds. The hard drive will still work but will be bottlenecked.
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    • I bought the Kingston KC3000 1TB last week for $119.99 from Best Buy for my PS5... great drive and read speeds are insane.

      Currently running it without a heatsink, but have a Sabrent one on the way.

      Although the only problem with 1TB is that I filled it immediately... trying unsuccessfully to leave enough space to keep it running fast. LOL
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    • I thought getting a faster mother board was the only way to make this computer faster. But It's not working so I think its good time to buy this SSD now.
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    • should be cheaper.....$224.99 + tax not low enough....
      waiting for the 4Tb at this price level....
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    • Got it with the last sale, great drive, especially for this price.
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