Buckle up your seat belts, buddy: Personally, this is the cheapest 2TB NVMe SSD I’ve ever seen for sale. always. Amazon is selling a 2TB Silicon Power Gen3 SSD for just $75. Remember when SSDs costing 10 cents per gigabyte were considered excellent value? Well, that’s about 4 cents per gig.
Silicon Power’s drives don’t break performance records. It’s one of a new type of “host memory buffer” SSD that uses the older PCIe 3.0 interface (currently up to PCIe 5) and removes the on-board DRAM to keep the price down. (It definitely worked here.) That said, this triple-layer cell drive will boot into Windows and run games and applications at the blazing-fast speeds that SSDs love. It shouldn’t be used with the PlayStation 5, which doesn’t support HMB technology, and may be slower than modern drives if you do large file transfers frequently, but if you simply want a big, fast SSD to store your PC games and files on, it’s a really amazing deal.
It’s not the only one either. If you need an SSD with DRAM to run on your PS5, B&H Photo 2TB Intel 670p SSD for $80. Choose your poison, but don’t miss it. These amazing deals are a great way to significantly expand your storage without breaking your budget. 4 cents per show. Chet.