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Silicon Power 2TB XS70 + Heatsink M.2 2280 NVMe PCIe Gen 4 7300/6800MB/s SSD US$143.47 (~A$213.20) Delivered @ Amazon US

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  • $220 for me after the GST. That said, how much of a difference with anything faster than Gen 3?

    • +1

      2x the speed also comptaible with PS5, possibly will matter more once direct storage becomes a thing? However high end Gen 3 drives are around this price anyways.

  • Found the answer.


    Though pitting it against the WD SN570 is a bit poor. Better compare something like the EVO 970 Plus.

  • So with heat sink ps5 all good? Decent deal on them for ps5?
    Reliability? Obviously heard the brand but not one of the few big brands.

    • +1

      Yup, amazing for the ps5

  • Do the heatsinks come off these easily if i'm planning to use the motherboard one?

    • +3

      4 screws and sticky silicon pads on each side

      This is a good deal for PS5 users but would not recommend for PC

      XS70 is basically an overclocked KC3000 with heat management issues

      Wait for the 2TB KC3000 or SN850X deal

      • Thank you. I'll wait then :)

        • Unless you really have to, SSD with heatsink done by the SSD maker is generally a better setup than the one provided by motherboard. For most people, I guess the cosmetic side might be more important since how many of us can actually run a PCIe gen 4 x4 SSD in a situation where it throttles a lot.

          Not sure what motherboard makers will do in the future, but most, if not all, PCIe gen 5 x4 SSDs should come with built in heatsink.

      • +1

        Do you have more info on the overclocking and heat management issues? XS70 doesn't seem to perform that well if it is actually overclocked. The included heatsink is decent enough I thought.

        Do most OZBers really need flagship PCIe gen 4 x4 SSDs? KC3000's late SLC recovery seems like a pretty layback way of handling SLC.

  • Is this on par with the K3000 and 980 Pro in terms of the PS5? Bit worried about the comment above about it being overclocked since my ps5 gets pretty hot

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