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Crucial P3 Plus 4TB PCIe Gen4 3D NAND NVMe M.2 SSD $262.45 Delivered @ Amazon US via AU

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Seems like a good price - lowest ever according to the camels.

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This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2023

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  • +7

    NAND Type QLC

    • Still less of a rip-off than 8TB QVO Sata for $600….

    • is this still okay for portable storage, if i just plug this into an NVMe enclosure? Not really keen to get a HDD anymore.

  • +2

    I am thanking of getting a 4TB external SSD to consolidate all the old mechanical back up drives.

    Two of the laptops I use most often both have thunderbolt.

    My question is should I get one of these PCIE drives and a thunderbolt enclosure? Or should I get something like the T7 or Sandisk extreme ?


    • +3

      I posted this deal a couple days ago and it looks like it's still available for the same price, which is around the equal price as this but it already comes in an enclosure.

      • +1

        good deal…. now you are helping Amazon to burn a hole in my wallet😭😭😭

  • -1


    4TB PCIe Gen 4 4GB DRAM + TLC for $249.59 with code BF22AU

    • +6

      Fanxiang flash is also known as Failxiang: https://goughlui.com/2023/10/10/psa-ssds-with-ymtc-flash-pro…

      Buy if you would like to lose your data in months.

    • +1

      Fan who? Sorry but never heard of Fanxiang until today. Can anyone vouch for Fanxiang in terms of reliability?

      • certainly silicon power sucked. two brand new cheap ones of theirs died within two weeks

        • I have 4 Silicon Power nVME SSD, two of them 4 years old, zero problems.

          • @dr: wow. well maybe i was veeeeerryyy unlucky.
            luckily for me they were in raid1 and one died, then i recovered onto a spare Samsung ssd and then the otherone died and i replaced with a wd blue.

          • +1

            @dr: Here's my anecdote. I have bought 3 Silicon Power SSDs.

            • 1TB nVME - Failed
            • 1TB SATA - Failed
            • 1TB SATA - Unopened, afraid to use.
    • +2

      Amazing how many people trust their data with cheap SSDs

  • qlc lol

  • +2

    At this price, I would of gone with the Lexar NM790.

  • Wonder if it would drop further?

  • Apparently SSD prices are to rise.

    • +2

      That's what I got told by the Lexar rep a few months ago, and then they dropped even more, ignoring inflation (cost of distribution etc)

      • +2

        It's going up significantly already, people only see those few deals pop out every now and then, so it does feels like things getting cheaper.
        Whatever happens during black friday times are cash flow related maneuver, any brands who has extra funds will throw money during this period.
        Besides, for the same cash flow reason, no major distie will buy lots of stock in DEC and let it sits through till Jan and pay for it before it sells.
        So most of the stock you are currently buying are shipped to distie around September - Nov.
        This batch of stock will last till Jan, people just havent got the chance to see the new pricing yet.

        • Thanks for the info. Love insights into the behind the scenes like this.

  • Wait until this drops to sub $200

    This drive used to be the cheapest way to get 4TB into a PS5 but for console use, the B tier YMTC drives are currently better value

    Both Micron and WD have next-gen QLC NAND they are sitting on that could easily produce 8TB+ drives

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