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Silicon Power A80 1TB NVMe PCIe Gen3x4 M.2 2280 TLC SSD (R/W 3400/3000 MB/s) $178 C&C /+ Delivery @ Umart


Fast Gen 3 SSD

Don't forget cash rewards (extra 1% lol)

The full capacity P34A80 takes high-end devices to a whole new level of performance and responsiveness. Supporting the super-fast PCIe Gen 3 x4 interface, it reaches incredible read and write speeds of up to 3400MB/s and 3000MB/S leaving PCIe Gen 3 x2 and SATA III behind by a huge margin and high-power users with nothing better to wish for. It’s the ultimate addition to your performance gaming arsenal. Massive speed and high performance, yet lower power consumption and a small form factor for system flexibility, it’s a gamer’s dream. Supporting RAID engine, the P34A80 also maintains system stability and data integrity during even the most highly-demanding applications that rely on superior storage performance. The P34A80 weighs in at a mere 8 grams. As versatile as it is effective, the SSD’s small form factor allows for easy installation in the thinnest notebooks, mobile applications, and PC desktops alike.

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  • Is the Samsung 970 Evo plus a better buy?

    • The 970 is better performing but this is the better value buy.

      • Purely for endurance?

        • You get a similar performing SSD for about $100 less.

          Samsung is king for serious PC users but for gaming or general user the Silicon Power is a much better buy saving $100.

          • @Skramit: Why is Samsung king though?

            • @The Wololo Wombat: Has faster reads and write which will add up if you are doing something that has a lot of little reads and writes.
              I assume.

              • -2

                @congo: It doesn't have faster reads though… maybe 1% faster…

                • +2

                  @The Wololo Wombat: better performance with read and write combos together, better in burst speeds, better sustained writes.

                  It’s not just about raw sequential speed.

  • Using this as an OS is perfect
    Using to copy massive data, then pay the premium for and Evo
    Not the best price, I got this for around $150 recently

    • -1

      That comma is perfectly poorly placed among other things

    • Can you explain to me why this is? They have similar read/write speeds? So why pay more?

  • Umart also has the popular Adata drive for $225

    • PC Case Gear has the 1TB drive for $199 and 2TB for $369.

      Managed to snag a 1TB drive for my new build.
      The 2TB went rather quickly.

  • 177 AUD on Amazon I believe with 3.5% cash back with shop back.

    • Oooo… but this is $176.22 with CR cash back. Yes! I still win the biggest dick contest!

      • +2

        It is a mighty member you have but the Amazon deal is $177 - 3.5% = $170.80.
        He clearly outpissed you :)

    • I think the Amazon deal has expired

  • +2

    to clear the confusion up if you just want the fastest drive no expense spared then go for the samsung,
    if you want a drive that performs nearly as fast as the samsung, less then ten percent slower, then go for this drive,
    be sure to understand that although both of these drives are fast, the cheaper slower drives in day to day tasks are almost as fast, its only in burst reading/writing larger files that makes these drives faster than cheaper ones, video.graphics editing and photoshopping would merit the faster more expensive drives, but gamers and the like using slower cheaper drives would only see 1 seconds difference in most cases you would need a slow motion camera to identify the winner in a games load times its almost nothing

  • This deal starts tomorrow?

    • Looks like it's expired

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