PC hardware has some of the best deals for Prime Day 2020, in particular, anyone looking for storage is in for a treat.
Not the fastest NVMe drive ever but for well under £50 for £500 this is an incredible buy for anyone doing a budget build.
Sabrent have fantastic deals across their range, however, these four are the ones I would pick. There are the cheaper Rocket Q models, but they have lower endurance ratings, then the Q4 models are TLC based so if you want the best performance possible on a new PCIe 4 motherboard, then the more expensive model is the way to go. The question is, can I justify spending £300 on a 2TB PCIe 4.0 NVMe drive when I already have enough storage on my Kingston KC2500?
£45 for 16GB of 3200 MHz DDR4 is an absolute dream for gamers wanting a budget build.
This is one of the Lightspeed gaming mice from Logitech, so it offers similar performance as a wired mouse along with a battery life of up to 250 hours. It is a traditional ambidextrous design so nothing too fancy, but it is perfect for most users and FPS gaming.
Lots of good buys fro WD from their super fast WD_Black NVME drives including the 500GB model for £75 or you can get a 2TB WD Blue SSD for just £170.
Then for those wanting massive amounts of storage for media there is the WD Element drives with the 14TB model just £184.99
This may not be as cheap as Sabrent, but Samsung has long been regarded as the gold standard when it comes to storage and £140 for the incredibly popular 970 EVO Plus is an excellent buy.
The Crucial and Seagate deals have been bunched together. The 2TB MX500 is the best deal of the bunch, one of the lowest prices you will find for solid-state storage, the BX500 is a touch cheaper but this is worth a little extra for the increased performance.
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