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Silicon Power 2TB SSD 3D NAND A55 2.5" $329.99, 1TB A55 2.5" $161.99, 128GB J80 USB $28.99 + Delivery (Free w/Prime) @ Amazon AU

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Silicon Power 2TB SSD 3D NAND A55 SATA III 2.5" 7mm (0.28")SU002TBSS3A55S25UA $439.99 $329.99 <save $110 (25%)>

Silicon Power 1TB SSD 3D NAND A55 SATA III 2.5" 7mm (0.28")SU001TBSS3A55S25UB $164.99 $161.99 <save $4 (3%)>

Silicon Power 128GB Jewel J80 USB 3.0 Flash Drive (J80) $36.99 $28.99 <save $8 (21%)>

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Silicon Power 256GB SSD 3D NAND A55 SATA III 2.5" 7mm (0.28") SP256GBSS3A55S25 $76.8 $52.00 <save $13 (30%)>

Silicon Power 256GB NVMe PCIe Gen3x4 M.2 2280 TLC SSD SSD SP256GBP34A80M28 $106.8 $76.00 <save $30.8 (29%)>

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  • +9

    You can do better OP…

  • +2

    Yeah this is pretty weak sauce

  • The Samsung Bar Plus 128GB was $29 for quite a while…

  • TLC QLC?

    • I assume it's QLC as the website didn't mention anything about TLC.

    • It appears to be TLC, from their site and from reviews, though performance is pretty lackluster.

  • +4

    Just dont get these SSD's they dont perform any better than a spinning drive most of the time.

    • +2

      eh what? more details please

      • +1

        Some reviews show the write speed degrading to ~80MB/s once the SLC cache is used up. I assume that's what they're referring to.

    • +1

      Lol what?

  • +4

    My silicon Power nvme m.2 just died after 1.5tb of write/read usage. I wouldn't recommend. Unreliable at best.

    • +1

      Surely that's an RMA?

      • Yea, to be refund upon return via Amazon. In transit now.

        • +1

          not a good brand sadly - only to be purchased when really cheap - which doesn't happen in au.

          • @petry: Bought it a year back when it was reasonably cheap. Almost replaced it as my boot drive on my laptop. Thank goodness I didn't.

            • @lawyerz: these get really cheap in the US but not here - cuz we pay more for shit

    • Interested to know which model.

      • Silicon Power 512GB NVMe PCIe Gen3x4 M.2 2280 R/W up to 3,400/2,300MB/s SSD (SU512GBP34A80M28UA)

        I saw at least one edited review that also said it died after 4 months.

        • Thanks, almost pulled the trigger on the 1tb A80 model. Will stick to Samsung or WD I guess.

          • +1

            @ganymede: cheap drives are relatively fine for gaming and transfer - even cloning backups ie as tools. not a good idea for boot drives or single backup strategies.

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