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Silicon Power XPOWER XS70 with Aluminum Heatsink PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 SSD: 2TB $153.62, 1TB $94.22 Delivered @ Amazon JP via AU

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It's been pretty quiet recently with SSD deals so thought I might post this.

A couple of bucks cheaper on the 2tb model vs the recent low price.

I ordered the 2tb one this morning.

1tb link - https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B09R7H8NHH

Price History at C CamelCamelCamel.

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  • +2

    You can get 4TB HMB NVME SSDs for around $220-270 in China so I reckon the price still have a long way to go.

    • Where's your Taobao link

    • yes please share where u are getting chinese prices

      might just import it directly

      • Group buy :D

        • here?! please share link :D

  • The link to 1tb still goes to the 2tb model.

    • +2

      Thanks for the heads up. Fixed.

  • Anyone bought from Amazon Japen, Is the one-month timeframe realistic or is it usually quicker?

    • +1

      Less than a week for the Lego flowers deal and same with the Splatoon 3 deal

  • -1

    ps5 compatible?

  • Every 4.0 NVMe SSD deal:
    Does it pass the PS5 test? Yes/No

  • Thanks Op got 1 for the PS5

    • +1

      I got mine for the PS5 also. Let's hope delivery is quicker than it currently expects.
      I ordered some hario stuff from Japan last time and it arrived in about a week.

      • I missed out on the Prime day deal, so this was the next best option.

        • Not sure if you got yours yet but mine was delivered today. Will try installing it tonight when I get home.

  • +8

    Silicon Power has swapped both the controller and NAND flash on 2TB version. No info on the 1TB version. Therefore, the reviews you read online are no longer applicable. It is now InnoGrit controller with YMTC 128L NAND (and the YMTC 128L NAND is NOT the latest xtacking 3.0, but the infamous 2.0). I don't rule out Silicon Power does another swap to something else.

    While I understand YMTC xtacking 3.0 has its appeal, the same cannot be said for xtacking 2.0. In terms of performance, it is still flagship PCIe gen 4 x4 level, despite the swap of components. Obviously, it won't be as good as Phison E18 version.

    • As long as it still performs for PS5 I'm happy.

    • If what you mentioned is true, then it is worse than the Chinese ones which are selling around $100-120 for 2TB on jd.com

  • I've got a A520I-AC AM4 mobo and WD SN550. I don't game or work with data. Do I need this?

    • That motherboard only runs NVMe SSDs in PCIe gen 3 x4 mode so getting this feels like an overkill.

      • Thanks for advice.

  • 2tb version is now about 3 dollars cheaper.

  • $141 is the lowest-priced.

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