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Silicon Power XPOWER XS70 4TB PCIe Gen 4 NVMe M.2 2280 SSD ¥39795 (~A$437.81) Delivered @ Amazon JP


Back in stock and cheaper than last deal
Limit 3 per customer

All time low for a top tier 4TB Gen 4 drive without shonky controller, B tier NAND or missing DRAM
$700 locally, get it from Japan for $450
Recommended for PS5, includes heatsink


Controller: Phison E18
Memory: Micron 176L TLC
DRAM Cache: SK Hynix DDR4
Sequential Read: 7300 MB/s
Sequential Write: 6800 MB/s
Random Read: 940,000 IOPS
Random Write: 1,000,000 IOPS
Endurance (TBW): 3000 TB
Warranty: 5 Years

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  • E26 is toptier, no?

  • I presume this would need to be returned to Japan for warranty purposes?

    • +4

      はい、サポートについては Amazon JP にお問い合わせください。

      • I thought so :-)

        • Only kidding, looks like you can contact Amazon AU for global store support.

          • @netsurfer: Ah ok. Worth considering then.

            • @Orrelljet: Sorry, just checked with Amazon AU support through a chat session.

              はい、サポートについては Amazon JP にお問い合わせください。

              Amazon AU support informed me contacting Amazon Japan is needed. He also gave me a link to Amazon Japan's support site, but I didn't save it before I closed the chat session.

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  • 2tb comes to $190 and comes with a heatsink. Very tempted for my ps5…

    Anyone bought this ssd before and can provide their thoughts?

  • +1

    Just scored this for $388.76 delivered from Amazon JP via Amazon AU so the warranty should be with Amazon AU. The price was $388.76 then changed to $689 Amazon DE when I opened the link then changed back again so I went for it. I can’t post it as a separate deal as the price offered is so erratic.


    I’d been waiting for a repeat of the PNY @$229 but I think this should be a MUCH better drive.

    FYI, the heat sink is easily removable.

    “… Removing the heatsink is easy. Simply remove the four small screws located at the sides of the drive and you get a bare drive that’s ready to be cooled by your motherboard.…”


    • Thanks for the comment, I did the same. This deserves its own deal.

      • Literally just added it :-)

  • Oos? Can't seem to add to cart?

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