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Silicon Power 1TB NVMe PCIe P34A80 $238.99, 512GB P34A80 $129.99, 512GB SSD A55 $109 Delivered @ Silicon Power Amazon AU

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The long-awaited sale for Silicon Power NVME PCIe sale is HERE

Some of the people here are asking me and sending messages regarding when will there be a sale for NVMe PCIe. For Silicon Power fans here. The wait is over.

Silicon Power 1TB NVMe PCIe Gen3x4 M.2 2280 R/W up to 3,400/3,000MB/s SSD $248.99 $238.99

Silicon Power 512GB NVMe PCIe Gen3x4 M.2 2280 R/W up to 3,400/2,300MB/s SSD $135.99 $129.99

Silicon Power 512GB SSD 3D NAND A55 SLC Cache Performance Boost SATA III 2.5" 7mm (0.28") Internal Solid State Drive $119.99 $109.99

Speed and descriptions are in the link.
5 year warranty for SSD Items of Silicon Power.


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  • +10

    Come on OP, you can do better! Less than 5% off on the A80 models isn’t attractive to me…

    • +3

      Especially as it was under $200 at the beginning of the year.

      • +3

        yep, I paid $189.99 for this in July 2019

        • Wish I bought it then - also according to camelx3, it got down to $153 in December.

          In the words of Principal Skinner: "Pathetic…"

        • Suggest that you compare the exchange rates between then and now - about 7c difference compare to $USD.
          And there's a few other differences between then, and now, too.

          • +2

            @chrism238: Would that equate to $85 difference between December and now though?

    • Hi Everyone,

      That's the best I can do. Prices now are in the uptrend in the flash business and doubt that we'll get the same price as last year. By far for these product speeds (read/write) its the cheapest in the market.

  • Any 2TB models?

  • +10

    The long-awaited sale for Silicon Power NVME PCIe sale is HERE

    less than 5% discount

  • +5


  • -1

    (profanity) these prices, I'm holding out until they drop to new all time lows. Refuse to pay more for something that cost considerably less last year.

    • +1

      I appreciate the frustration but the Australian dollar wasn't in the toilet at that time..

  • The demand is slowing but still higher then last year and stocks now starting to trickle in.

    Anyone know how long these take to be sent,? Amazon is really slow posting stuff

    • +1

      Why would you say Amazon is slow to post stuff?

      I am in Perth, and I am still receiving all my orders inside a week.

      • +8

        Why would you say Amazon is slow to post stuff?

        Because lately, Amazon have been slow to post stuff.

  • Price not as good as last year, but these are unusual times, I guess the rep has done his best.

  • Thought this was the new model or something. But nope, it’s the same one I paid $158 for 5 months ago.

  • +2

    20% more than what I paid for at end of Jan when it wasn't on sale

    • Before the shutdown.

      I wouldn't think these items would ramp up again for a while yet. If no emergency, wait and see. Imho.

  • +1

    Is this even competitive anymore? Closing in on Samsung Evo?

    • +5

      You must not be a Silicon Power fan, because

      For Silicon Power fans here. The wait is over.

      • I bought the 1TB P34A80 a year ago, think it was about $180 at the time. I've seen it move in and out of stock since then but it's also slowly been going up and up in price. However, looking at mwave now it looks like prices have gone up for loads of nvme drives. 1TB seems to average over 300$.

  • +1

    Yes prices aren’t great right now but the 1TB Silicon Power M.2 is easily one of if not the best value for money fast SSD you can buy.

    • Not really. Kingston A2000 is the value buy

      • +1

        But it's the same price as the SP one with 2/3 of the read/write speed?

      • Hmm… dunno about that. Read/write speeds..

  • thanks! fingers crossed it will work OK with Sintech adapter (MacBook Air)

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