Available separately in 500 GB, 1 TB, and 2 TB versions, as well as bundled with a 5 mm low-profile heatsink (only the 500 GB and 2 TB variants), the Crucial P5 Plus NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSD is now discounted on Amazon. The discounts start at 37% (500 GB with heatsink) and go up to 53% (2 TB, standalone).
Designed with gamers and professionals in mind, the Crucial P5 Plus is Sony PlayStation 5-compatible and capable of up to 6,600 MB/s sequential read speeds and 360K/700K IOPS random reads/writes. Thanks to Amazon’s ongoing discounts, those interested in upgrading their desktop PC, notebook, or console can do this now for up to 53% less.
Available standalone and bundled with a 5 mm low-profile Micro Connectors heatsink, the Crucial P5 Plus comes with the following discounts and prices:
- 42%, US$57.99 (US$99.99 list price, 500 GB)
- 45%, US$87.99 (US$159.99 list price, 1 TB)
- 53%, US$149.99 (US$319.99 list price, 2 TB)
- 37%, US$68.98 (US$110.98 list price, 500 GB with heatsink)
- 51%, US$160.98 (US$330.98 list price, 2 TB with heatsink)
With 6,180 user reviews and 342 answered questions, the Crucial P5 Plus is a very popular product in its category. The global rating of 4.8/5 is excellent and comes as the result of 88% perfect scores and 7% 4/5 ratings. There are five attributes in the breakdown by feature, and all are very good. This SSD gets 4.5 for tech support and value for money, 4.6 for storage capacity and gaming performance, and tops at 4.7, a score awarded for its ease of installation.
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