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The WD_BLACK SN850 2TB NVMe SSD with Heatsink is £236 off today on Amazon

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Today on Amazon you can score the WD_BLACK SN850 2TB NVMe Gaming SSD with Heatsink, usually selling at £500.99, for just £264.95 which is 47% off. A plus for this NVMe SSD is not only that it supports PCIe Gen4 technology, but it is also rated for compatibility with the PlayStation 5.

A few of the highlights can be viewed below.

  • Next-gen PCIe Gen4 technology optimised for top-tier gaming (not intended for NAS or server environments)
  • Irrationally fast read/write speeds up to 7000/5300MB/s (1TB model) and up to 1,000,000 IOPS (1TB and 2TB models)
  • Up to 2TB capacity to hold your favourite battle-ready games
  • Sleek Heatsink model minimises thermal throttling to push the boundaries of performance for top-tier gaming. Customisable RGB lighting programmable with the WD_BLACK Dashboard
  • Downloadable WD_BLACK Dashboard software to customise and control your gaming experience
  • PS5 system software version 21.02-04.00.00 or higher required
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Here are the main specs for this device:

Product Name WD_BLACK SN850 NVMe SSD

PCIe Gen4 x4

Seq. Read Speed

Up to 7000MB/s
Seq. Write Speed Up to 5300MB/s
Compatibility PC, PlayStation 5
Capacity 2TB
Weight 24g
Dimensions 8 x 2.34 x 0.88 cm
Model Nr WDS200T1XHE

You can add Accidental Damage insurance from £8.19 for 3 Years and this qualifies for free delivery and returns. See details for return and warranty on the page. If this doesn't interest you, why not check out the other daily deals.

In addition, the 1TB and 500GB flavours are also 42% and 36% off today, marking a decent drop in price for the lower storage options.

Get the WD_BLACK SN850 2TB NVMe Gaming SSD with Heatsink for £264.95

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