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Seriously expanding your PS5’s storage space has never been cheaper



When the PS5 was first announced, Sony’s decision to use non-proprietary expandable storage was met with some criticism. This is because, instead of just plugging in extra SSD, the manufacturer asks you to open your console, install the heat sink, and perform other “complicated” tasks associated with building a computer. The result, of course, was always that the prices of the drives would drop dramatically – and eventually it did.

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At this time, you a 1TB Samsung SSD for under $100 – and includes a pre-installed heatsink. Other options are also available from Western Digital: You are looking at it $150 for a whopping 2TB of storage space. All of these drives meet the specifications required for the PS5, so you can play native next-gen games on them with lightning-fast load times and no compromises. In some cases, you’re saving over $200 compared to MSRP.


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