The best PS5 SSDs, revisited


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7 Responses

  1. john10101 says:

    I picked up the 2TB 980 Pro during prime day, I had to add a heatsink, but its been working great. Copied a bunch of games from the internal to the m.2 in seconds.

  2. James says:

    The SK HYNIX PLATINUM P41 2TB is a much better drive than any of those. Pair it up with Graugear’s heatsink/copper pipe vented door combo and you are golden.

  3. MuchoMacho says:

    Been using the XPG 2TB GAMMIX S70 Blade for about 9 months now myself. Gets good R/W numbers when tested, and haven’t had the slightest of hiccups with it yet.

    I actually have two, as I installed one in my PC as well, and that one has been rock solid there as well.

    Just another consideration.

  4. GnD says:

    So far I’ve gotten good results out of a 2TB Samsung 980pro with the Sabrent PS5 heatsink.

  5. Wololo pls says:

    Why did you have to use Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus that comes without a heatsink? There is a Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus 2TB that comes with a heatsink included, advertised specifically for PS5, which costs just $10 more, i.e. $310
    Wololo pls

  6. Charles Fasano says:

    I use the Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus 4TB one. I also fitted it with their PS5 heatsink which replaces the cover the PS5 comes with. No problems so far.

  7. Wololo lover says:

    The last three posts from you are really unnecessary