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[eBay Plus] Samsung 980 Pro 2TB Gen 4 NVMe M.2 SSD $445.55 Delivered @ Computer Alliance eBay (& Free Copy Rainbow 6 Extraction)


Original Coupon Deal

Have been on the lookout for a Gen 4 2TB NVME. Saw a deal for the Gigabyte 7000s which reminded me to check recent pricing, from benchmarks the Samsung or the WD Black SN850 are faster and this is a decent discount over recent pricing. I think cheapest it's been is around $420

EDIT: From RichardL's comment, can also claim a free copy of Rainbow 6 Extraction as per this deal

From pcpartpicker history this is a recent dip below lowest standard pricing.

(smaller drives may be well priced too but I haven't been keeping track of their recent prices)

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  • I assume this does not have a heatsink so as to put into a ps5

  • +2
    • Oh nice, thanks, I updated the deal to include the info

  • -1

    depends on what you are using it for the PNY 2tb deal posted is only $209 delivered. its still in stock

    • for other people's reference, PNY is a gen 3 drive, about 1/3rd the advertised speed of the 980 pro (gen 4). For most tasks, the perceptible difference is probably pretty negilible.

    • +5

      I bought one of those and wished I hadn't.. Sustained writes are around 70mb/sec.. Quite appalling really..

      • Is it supposed to be that low? Specs says 430mb/s

        • +2

          Copying 85gb from a Samsung 970 EVO to the PNY took 15 mins..

          Once the buffer fills, it's excruiatingly slow..

      • oh wow, I think I have usbs faster than that

  • +6

    The Heatsink version is on sale on Amazon

    Limited-time deal: Samsung 980 Pro 2TB M.2 SSD with Heatsink for PC & PS5 https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B09J14CJ89/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_g...

    I’m running the 970 Evo plus 2TB on the PC and it’s pretty warm. Sits around 70c on normal load.

    • +2

      Also it's on ShoppingExpress for $499 right now.

  • is 2Tb overkill for the PS5?

    • +2

      No, it might feel like that right now, but it won't be.

      I still put PS4 games on my external HDD (4TB). Put it this way, I cannot transfer all of the PS4 games on the external HDD to my 2TB NVMe SSD (insufficient space). There are still quite a lot of games which I own or on PS Plus which I deleted or not yet installed.

      However, for now, I think 980 Pro is an overkill. I bought the cheap PNY CS3040 for $315 + a $10 heatsink. Still expensive though I reckon, but PS5 needs a gen4 SSD.

    • +1

      Depends on how many games you play regularly. I personally don’t mind re-downloading in advance of sessions.

  • Samsung 980 PRO 2TB with Heatsink now $500 with various vendors on ebay. Buy ebay giftcards via Shopback for a further 3% cashback- This seems the cheapest option right now with factory heatsink.

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