We reviewed the Samsung 980 Pro when it released back in December, and we really liked it. It got 4 stars and a Recommended badge. Right now you can get the highest capacity version on sale. The 980 Pro 2TB SSD for a new low price of $349.99 at Amazon. The 2TB drive normally sells for around $430. While it did drop in price early in March, it only dropped as low as $380. Today is a brand new deal we haven’t seen before.
Fast is Best
Samsung 980 Pro 2TB NVMe M.2 solid state drive
Not only do you get 2TB of speed, you get read and write speeds up to 7,000 MB/s and 5,100 MB/s respectively. That’s crazy fast thanks to the NVMe tech and the PCIe 4.0 interface. For the truly tech savvy. Works with laptops and desktops.
$430.00 $80 off
In our review, Richard Devine said, “If you’re looking to build your PC with the best possible storage then you should always consider a Samsung SSD and the new 980 Pro is absolutely no exception. It has all the trademarks of other Samsung SSDs like incredible quality, intuitive software, and a great warranty backed up by one important party piece. The Samsung 980 Pro offers truly astonishing performance.”
Thanks to the PCIe 4.0 interface and NVMe technology, you get some of the fastest speeds yet on a Samsung SSD. It has read and write speeds up to 7,000 MB/s and 5,100 MB/s respectively. That’s crazy compared to where SSDs were at just a couple years ago. It’s also twice the data transfer rate of a PCIe 3.0 interface, although it is still compatible with that version if that’s what you got.
This is not a simple drive meant for casual people. It has Pro in the name for a reason. This should appeal to the extremely tech savvy, the hardcore gamer, and more. It has really high-performance bandwidth and throughput for heavy application use. There is also reliable thermal control with nickel coating to help manage the heat levels. It also has a heat spreader label for thermal control of the NAND chip.
Grab yours while you can because this price won’t last long.
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This post was written by John Levite and was first posted to WindowsCentral
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