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$35.99 Crucial BX500 SSD 240gb

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or get the 480gb for 65$ if using for storage
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Is this good for storing ps4 games to load on ps5? PS5 has a 10gbps USB 3.1 gen 2 port so it can in theory read faster than the read speed on this drive?
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Perfect time to use that $6 credit from the Prime Day reload promotion. Thanks OP
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Gitaroo wrote: Is this good for storing ps4 games to load on ps5? PS5 has a 10gbps USB 3.1 gen 2 port so it can in theory read faster than the read speed on this drive?
Theoretically speaking but I doubt it will make a huge difference in practice.
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If you have m.2, spend another 13$ and get the kingston from Canada computers
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I brought 860evo 250gb for my rpi setup yesterday. After the additional 20% it came out to be $49. I think I'll pass on this one.
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Gee wrote: ships in one to two months?
I think it got some orders from RFD and the ship date got pushed.
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tempting to use the 6$ prime credit from that prime days promo
Order Summary
Items: CDN$ 37.23
Shipping & Handling: CDN$ 0.00
Prime Day GC Promo: -CDN$ 6.00
Total before tax: CDN$ 31.23
Estimated GST/HST: CDN$ 4.06
Estimated PST/RST/QST: CDN$ 0.00
Order Total: CDN$ 35.29
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240gb not even big enough to hold COD Modern Warfare.
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I'm generally not a fan of dramless drives, but I picked one up for an optiplex 3020 4'th gen i3 build and have to say it's quite snappy for what it is. This is intended to be a general use / internet box so I have my doubts it'll ever see a point where it's saturated except possibly during windows updates. Crucial also has their "momentum cache" software which "should" provide a boost in the run-the-same-stuff-all-of-the-time general use role it'll be filling.
Koodo 8GB UL T&T @ $45 (ported in from Public Mobile)

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