Corsair Force MP600 1TB NVMe PCIe X4 Gen4 SSD M.2 - $285.49 + Delivery (Free with Prime) @ Amazon US via AU

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Not the cheapest its ever been, but I'm currently building and this Gen 4 NVME drive looks well priced.

  • Extreme Gen4 storage performance: A PCIe Gen4 x4 controller delivers up to 4, 950MB/s sequential read and 4, 250MB/s sequential Write speeds, for blazing fast read, write, and Response times.
  • High-speed Gen4 PCIe x4 NVMe M.2 interface: using PCIe Gen4 technology for maximum Bandwidth, the MP600 delivers incredible storage performance.
  • High-density 3D TLC NAND: provides the ideal mix of performance, Endurance, and value to keep your drive Performing at its best for years.
  • M.2 2280 form factor: fits directly into your motherboard
  • Corsair SSD Toolbox Software: enables advanced drive controls from your desktop including secure Erase and firmware updates.

Was $261.63 in Dec 2019:
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Comments

  • Still too slow for the PS5 internal NVME drive.

    • Also doesn't work in my Nintendo 64

      • You do realized the PS5 have an internal expansion slot for NVME m.2 drive right? and the minimum it can accept is 5.5GB/s write speed. Your ancient Nintendo 64 don't even have a hard drive to speak of.

      • Also doesn't work in my Nintendo 64

        N64 Flash Drive Controller

        Send me your N64 controller, this NVMe SSD and an NVMe to USB 3 enclosure and I'll mod it for you. Obviously, I should test it so you might as well send me your N64 as well.

    • +8 votes

      This is a serious comment .. PS5 actually needs a faster drive for its expansion port.

      I guess downvoters thought its a joke but haha jokes on them ¯_(ツ)_/¯

      • They need more Mark Cerny in their life. lol

        • P.S. I didn't neg you…

          Technically, the speed is comparable to PS5's internal SSD. It's just via NVMe, it needs more to compensate for the translation needed, and the fact PS5 opted for more priority level channels for fast storage.

          • @netsurfer: All good. I don't mind the neg to be honest. Probably coming from either the PC master race or Nintendo fans. LOL. I never said it won't work with the PS5 though, I just said its still slow for the "internal" NVME expansion slot on the PS5 which require at least 5.5GB/s of write speed. The external drive which you correctly point out can be any drive (HDD, SDD, NVME adapter with USB connection) but PS5 games won't be able to play from there (only PS4 games) and it can only act as a cold storage for PS5 games. Only the games that are store on the internal expansion slot NVME drive ( as well as the 825GB embedded system drive) that have at least 5.5GB/s write can directly play PS5 games. This drive while very fast, its has a write speed of 4.250GB/s hence it won't be fast enough to play games directly on the PS5.

            • @Wolfofwallstreet: $340 for Samsung 980 PRO 1TB for gaming… With the cost of next gen games being quite expensive, might need to quickly play the games and sell them.

              It's a real pain just to get a PS5 now. I doubt I can get one until early next year.

              Also, there is one thing which I am a bit concerned. You cannot really swap games very quickly if you have physical version of the games.

              • @netsurfer: I agreed that these compatible PS5 internal drive are expensive right now but at least they are not proprietary drive like the Xbox Series X so price should come down next year at the latest due to competition. Having said that though, good luck getting a PS5 at the RRP this year though. That thing is selling like hot cakes.

    • Aren't samsung 980 pros the only ones fast enough for ps5?

      • The Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus is also releasing soon and it is faster than the 980 Pro.However, they are both not verified yet by Sony to be compatible with the PS5 yet so hold your purchase.

  • Fast enough for series x…oh wait…