You can never have enough storage. Whether it’s for your clothes, video games, hats, sneakers, or just stuff around your home you’d label “stuff”, it can be hard to find places to put things. When it comes to your computer, you’re going to want as much storage as possible. Especially if you’re a gamer, you’re going to want extra storage. Amazon frequently has great deals on additional drives or computer accessories. If you’re in the market for a new router, this Amazon sale is for you. But for those who want something like SK hynix SSD drives, this one-day sale is better.
Available just today, you can save up to 41% on SK hynix SSD drives. These deliver the speeds that you want and are packed with flash memory. Data transfers will never be the same for you again. Normally, computer accessories like this can cost you a pretty penny. But you can save nearly half off on a select few SK hynix SSD drives.
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Pick which SK hynix SSD drives you need
Delivering top-tier performance, the SK hynix Gold P31 500GB PCle NVMe Gen3 M.2 2280 Internal SSD is a smart investment. This will read speeds up to 3,500 MB/S and write speeds up to 3,200 MB/S. It boasts HYPERWRITE cache technology. You won’t have to worry about any heating problems, as it is efficient. This allows the Gold P31 to run extremely cool while it’s in use. There is a 5-year warranty and it takes no time to install. Usually, the 500GB SSD is $101.99. Today, it’s just $59.99.
You Save: $42.00 (41%)
If you’re looking for more storage
You can also opt for larger storage drives in this sale. There is a 1TB and a 2TB Gold P31 available for fractions of their normal prices. These feature all of the amazing abilities of the 500GB but just have more storage. You can get the 1TB for just $107.99 compared to the normal $134.99. The 2TB option is down to $223.99 from $279.99. These are terrific deals.
You Save: $27.00 (20%)
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