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This SanDisk NVMe SSD deal is too good to pass up – even if you don't need a new SSD

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If you're looking to upgrade to a NVMe M.2 SSD this Black Friday, you can't go wrong with this SanDisk PCIe Gen3 NVMe internal SSD for just $79.99 at Best Buy, a $150 savings.

This is definitely one of the better Black Friday deals we've seen for computer builders out there, and while it's not the fastest NVMe M.2 SSD around, for this price this makes a perfect secondary drive (if you have an additional M.2 slot on your motherboard) or a great option for a budget PC build. 

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Today's best SanDisk NVMe SSD Black Friday deal

$229.99

SanDisk 1TB Ultra PCIe Gen3 NVMe SSD | $229.99 $79.99 At Best Buy
Save $150 -
Enjoy blazing fast data access speeds with this 1TB PCIe Gen3 NVMe M.2 SSD from SanDisk, with read speeds up to 2,400MB/s and write speeds of up to 1,950MB/s.

This SanDisk PCIe Gen3 NVMe M.2 SSD might not be the fastest M.2 SSD out there, but at this price it really doesn't need to be. For just $79, we're sure you can find a use for it in a new build or your current system as either an upgrade from a SATA SSD or a backup for a faster PCIe Gen4 NVMe M.2 SSD.

This SanDisk SSD offers read speeds up to 2,400MB/s and write speeds of up to 1,950MB/s, which is still three times faster than the fastest SATA SSDs, which max out at about 600MB/s. 

So if you really need to step up from your much slower HDD or SATA SSDs, or if you just need a speedy secondary storage to free up some room on a beefier Gen4 M.2 SSD, you really can't beat this SanDisk SSD for this price.

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John Loeffler

John (He / Him / His) is TechRadar's Computing Staff Writer and is also a programmer, gamer, activist, and Brooklyn College alum currently living in Brooklyn, NY. Named by the CTA as a CES 2020 Media Trailblazer for his science and technology reporting, John specializes in all areas of computer science, including industry news, hardware reviews, PC gaming, as well as general science writing and the social impact of the tech industry.


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