Samsung’s Wicked Fast 500GB NVMe SSD With 3,500MB/s Read Speeds Drops To Just $89.99 For 4th Of July [Originally $150]

The rate at which the price of SSD storage is falling is almost impossible, but we’re not going to complain. Right now you can pick up a 500GB Samsung 970 NVMe PCIe SSD for less than $90 ahead of 4th of July.

This drive may not be the biggest Samsung sells, but it’s super fast. With read speeds of up to 3,500MB/s you won’t be left hanging around while waiting for file transfers to finish. And right now this thing is an absolute steal, too.

Buy: Samsung 970 EVO 500GB – NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 SSD from Amazon: $89.99 | Original price: $150

Built with Samsung’s industry leading V-NAND technology for reliable and superior performance
Read speeds up to 3,500MB/s* with a 5-year limited warranty and exceptional endurance up to 1,200 TBW* (* May vary by capacity)
Seamless cloning and file transfers with the Samsung Magician Software, the ideal SSD management solution for performance optimization and data security with automatic firmware updates

The world of the SSD is already one that is filled with fast drives. But the NVMe PCIe drive is about as fast as these things can get. Whether you’re stitching together 4K video or just want your high-end games to load as quickly as possible, this drive is going to make a huge difference to how your computer performs.

There are some fancy Samsung technologies at play here as well, such as Dynamic Thermal Guard that will prevent the drive from overheating and then throttling its performance as a result. There’s a 5-year warranty thrown in should anything untoward happen with your drive, too.

If you want to pick one of these up – and really, why wouldn’t you? – it’ best to do it quickly. This particular drive keeps popping in and out of stock so now is the time to act before the shipping estimates stretch out even further.

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