The Best Black Friday SSD Deal for Your PS5: 2TB for $100 (Updated)


The Amazon Black Friday Sale has officially started, and currently the best deal on a PS5-compatible solid state drive is this Nextorage Japan 2TB PCIe Gen4 x4 M.2 solid state drive for only $99.99. Not only is the Crucial P5 Plus fast enough to exceed the specs of the PS5’s stock internal SSD, it also has a preinstalled heatsink that’s slim enough to fit and does a fine job of keeping things cool.

Nextorage 2TB PS5 SSD with Heatsink for $99.99

Nextorage Japan 2TB PCIe Gen4 x4 M.2 SSD (up to 7300MBps) with Heatsink

This SSD fulfills all the requisites that make it PS5 compatible. It boasts sequential read and write speeds of 7300MB/s and 6900MB/s, which is much higher than the minimum recommendation of 5,600MB/s. It also includes a robust double-sided aluminum heatsink that’s preinstalled on the SSD. This is much better than some of the cheaper SSDs that only include thin graphite heatspreaders.

There’s an interesting story behind Nextorage Japan. Nextorage describes itself as a company that was “created by a group of ex-Sony engineers and staff with over 20 years of experience in the development of memory and storage products”. Nextorage was actually originally created by Sony in 2019 as an SSD sub-division about a year before the PS5 was released. Presumably this was to be the basis for an official SSD sold by Sony themselves. For whatever reason, Sony decided to ditch that idea and sold this business to another stakeholder in the company, Phison, in 2022. Phison is another large reputable company that specializes in solid state memory controllers. You’ll find their controllers in name-brand SSDs like Seagate, Corsair, and Sabrent. Under Phison, Nextorage Japan eventually accomplished the goal of releasing an SSD catered specifically for the PS5 console in the form of this product right here.

Looking for more Black Friday deals like this? Check out our guide to PS5 Black Friday deals for 2023.

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