Home » News » For Amazon Gaming Week, save 41% on the Samsung 990 Pro SSD

For Amazon Gaming Week, save 41% on the Samsung 990 Pro SSD

(Image Credit Google)

Samsung 990 Pro SSD (1TB) | $100 | Amazon

An 875GB SSD is included with the PlayStation 5. That could seem like a lot at first. However, once system software is taken into account, you're left with around 667.2GB of available space. The SSD will quickly fill up when you consider that titles like Destiny 2 are over 100GB per. Fortunately, more internal storage may be added using SSDs that are sold by third parties. The Samsung 990 Pro solid-state drive is currently on sale. A 1TB SSD is presently available for $100. This is the version that comes with a built-in heatsink and doesn't require any further installation on your PS5. Additionally, the 2TB version is now $170. [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="894"]Amazon.com: SAMSUNG 990 PRO SSD 1TB PCIe 4.0 M.2 Internal Solid State Drive, Fastest Speed for Gaming, Heat Control, Direct Storage and Memory Expansion for Video Editing, Heavy Graphics, MZ-V9P1T0B/AM : Electronics Image credit- Amazon[/caption]


  • Get read/write speeds that are 40%–55% faster than those of the 980 PRO at random; Experience up to 1400K/1550K IOPS, and sequential read/write rates of 7,450/6,900 MB/s, which are almost as fast as PCIe 4.0's maximum performance.
  • Use less power and gain more performance; Enjoy maximum power economy with PCIe 4.0 performance, as well as up to 50% better performance per watt than 980 PRO.
  • Samsung's exclusive nickel-coated controller provides efficient thermal regulation; Due to its compact design, the 990 PRO fits both desktop computers and laptops that adhere to the PCI-SIG D8 standard perfectly.
  • Faster loading for PS5 and DirectStorage PC games allows for an up to 65% boost in random performance.
  • Get the most out of your SSD with Samsung Magician's sophisticated yet user-friendly optimization tools; Receive critical updates for your 990 PRO, protect sensitive data, and keep track of the health of your drives.
Also read: Twitter’s ‘Circle’ Feature Exposes Private Lists, Tweets from Random Users

By Monica Green

I am specialised in latest tech and tech discoveries.


In the world of handheld gaming consoles, a new pl...


You can now find apps much more easily on your Chr...


Nvidia's most recent security report uncovered maj...


ChromeOS, the operating system powering Chromebook...


Is your computer's fingerprint scanner secure? Som...


NVIDIA has a new supercomputer called Eos. It's su...