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Gigabyte AORUS Gen4 7000s 1TB 7000MB/s PCIe Gen 4 NVMe M.2 (2280) SSD $197.10 + Delivery + Surcharge + More @ SE

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  • Damn - wish I needed an NVME drive.
    But I've bought too much wine lately so I can't afford it anyway.

  • Is this the one to buy to put in a ps5?

    • Hey mwblink86 yeah it is, I've done the same upgrade and it was really straightforward!

      It's also super easy - I didn't use the ifixit guide but this might help: https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/How+to+Upgrade+the+Expandable+S...

      Don't feel too scared when removing the top of the PS5 it feels really tight at first, but give it a little bit more!

      I use the secondary NVME for my PS4 & PS Plus games with the main HDD for PS5 games, highly recommended as the 825gb just isn't really enough.

    • Just remember you can only put in one, might be better to get a 2tb

  • Which Gen4 2tb NVME would be good to install in a laptop? Would any 2tb NVME SSD with heatsink fit in a laptop?

    • If your laptop is PCIe Gen3, you're better off with a Gen3 drive because it will be cheaper for the same performance and reliability.

      Whether a heatsink fits in your laptop depends on the amount of space you have, it is laptop dependent. The Aorus black heatsink does look very low profile though.

      • Thank you for your inputs. I have not yet bought the laptop but I am looking for ones that support Gen4 SSDs. Which one is better the one in this deal or the one with the golden heatsink?

        • This black one is the newer one that does 7000 MB/s read speeds. The gold one is the older version which did only 5000 MB/s read speeds.

  • RRP is stated as $383.

    Now that the above "special" has expired, the cost is $219.

    RRP my arse.

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