• out of stock

MSI SPATIUM M450 2TB PCIe Gen 4 NVMe M.2 2280 SSD $150 + Delivery ($0 SYD C&C) @ CCPU Computers


A superior alternative to the Lexar NM620
PS5 compatible


Controller: Phison E19T
Memory: Micron 176L TLC
DRAM Cache: None, HMB Supported
Sequential Read: 3300 MB/s
Sequential Write: 3000 MB/s
Random Read: 380,000 IOPS
Random Write: 540,000 IOPS
Endurance (TBW): 1200 TB
Warranty: 5 Years

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closed Comments

  • Gen 4 & PS5 compatible, but it is still DRAM-less.

    • When does DRAM matter?

      • Anytime peak drive read and write times matter.

      • Sustained periods of intensive I/O operations such as copying large amounts of data, OS boot, and accessing frequently used files.

        • So no good as my flightsim/photoediting drive I'm guessing.

  • both aren't good for the ps5

    "Officially, you'll need a PCIe 4.0 x4 model that can deliver up to 5,500 MB/s of sequential read throughput."

    • +1

      I have a drive in my ps5 that reads at 3800mbs works perfectly fine for the past couple years

  • Not sure about this store. Ordered a CPU from them as they were the cheapest per staticice, then got an email saying it's out of stock. A couple of hours later listed as back in stock, at an inflated price.

    • -1

      Obviously just a mom & pop computer shop which is a rare thing nowadays. Forgot to up keep the website with prices and just can't fill the order at the lower price. All for a bargain but not at the expense of bankrupting a small biz.

      • +1

        I stumbled onto them looking for a mobo from StaticIce, but the time capsule website straight from 2001 kind of spooked me out of ordering. Kinda gives off the pre-Umart acquisition MSY vibe with the jank website and parts.pdf price list, including the "good luck with getting them to honor warranty" bit.

      • +1

        All for supporting small businesses. But what they did was underhanded.

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