SK hynix Gold P31 1TB PCIe NVMe Gen3 M.2 2280 Internal SSD - up to 3500MB/s

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  • Fastest-in-class - Read speeds of up to 3,500 MB/s and write speeds of up to 3,200 MB/s (*based on PCIe Gen3 SSD)
  • The world’s first 128-layer NAND flash-based consumer SSD – featuring the in-house technology of global tech pioneer
  • Superior reliability and stability - Tested and validated through 1,000 hours of high-temperature operating life tests(HTOL) with mean time between failures(MTBF) reaching 1.5 million hours, up to 750 TBW(terabytes written)
  • Proven leader, Trusted products – Powered by the world’s 2nd largest memory manufacturer, a tech leader since 1983
  • 5-year warranty –support and reliability are built into our ultimate protection plan

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r/buildapcsales • comment
74 points • rgj7

Thanks guys!

For anyone interested in the SK Hynix Gold P31, it's still available with a 15% coupon on Amazon (134.99-20.24=$114.74):

r/buildapcsales • comment
6 points • david_nerfl

Curious question for yall, how do sales like this compare with cyber monday deals? I was looking to get the SK hynix 1tb and somehow missed the prime day sale it had... These perform somewhat identical but yall reckon I'm fine waiting til cyber monday and picking it up then? Or is 20% off about as good as it gets for deals like these

r/buildapcsales • comment
5 points • TheButcherPete

I got this, and I really enjoy it.

r/buildapcsales • comment
3 points • EienShinwa

Why not this for $114?

r/hardware • comment
2 points • -protonsandneutrons-

Am I right in noting this drive has the highest endurance ratings for any consumer TLC SSD (e.g., excluding Micron's mass of spare area)? 0.5 DWPD is significantly higher than the 0.3 DWPD we typically see in TLC.

Is that a side effect of its impressive power management, i.e., lower electrical loads -> longer longevity?

It's already sold out Amazon until next week. Still, the price is ridiculously good.

r/buildapcsales • comment
2 points • jacobs0n

Amazon. 10% clip on coupon for a net of $121.49

r/buildapcsales • comment
2 points • LucidMystery

if you're sticking with gen 3, get this instead to save some money.

performs well without the premium pricing of gen 3 samsung drives

r/buildapcsales • comment
1 points • anyonemus

This or SK Hynix Gold P31 Going for $107.99 on Amazon?

I understand you can get 10% off from Newegg for the WD with the newsletter code. Both are good and you probably won't notice the difference so it comes down to price and reviews right? Can you guys vouch for either to help me choose?

r/buildapcsales • comment
1 points • Midwest_Deadbeat

r/NewMaxx • comment
1 points • Tetra34


Damn, that price tag...

r/sffpc • comment
1 points • Xenoryzen7

The best low power but fast nvme ssd is sk hynix gold

SK hynix Gold P31 1TB PCIe NVMe Gen3 M.2 2280 Internal SSD - up to 3500MB/s

r/thinkpad • comment
1 points • thinkinboutpad

Yes, it's compatible but there's no point in paying a premium for that drive. The X1EG3 is only capable of supporting PCI-E Gen 3 drives.

Get this drive instead:

It's cheaper, is one of the fastest Gen 3 drives, and has lower power consumption that other NVMe drives.

r/NewMaxx • comment
1 points • Elite7392

Was just posted August 18th. Part of me wants to wait, but I feel these might be hard to come by in a couple months (once the mainstream picks up on it). They announced a platinum version that goes up to 2Tb but idk when it'll be released

r/buildapc • comment
1 points • Zealousideal-Pride-7

SK hynix Gold P31 1TB

Has the same Read/Write for about 35 bucks cheaper.

You would honestly have to shop around. If you can’t find anything for cheaper, then that PSU is your best bet. I’m not too sure on white themed builds as I’ve never personally done one or experimented with one on PCPartPicker.

r/buildapc • comment
1 points • pizza99pizza99

r/buildapcsales • comment
1 points • doooom

I bought this one and I'm very pleased with it.

r/buildapc • comment
1 points • corstang17

r/sffpc • comment
1 points • imatwork102

This nvme drive

Keep the 32gb ram. 16gb is nearing its end. Especially in a SFFPC where you don't want to be touching the insides and RAM slots are limited.

r/ZephyrusG14 • comment
1 points • aadish151

This one is really good.

r/Alienware • comment
1 points • BananaEclipse

Is this one good?

r/thinkpad • comment
1 points • NoUntakenNames

This answer.

Don't worry about Windows freaking out about hardware changes, I've never seen Windows request a license for drive migration. Plus, your Windows key is embedded into your laptop's motherboard.

Speaking of which, if you're not dead set on a specific drive, I'd suggest an SK Hynix P31 Gold right now. 1 TB will run around $130.

r/EVOOGaming • comment
2 points • lexiperplexi91

The answer is yes, however it's important to note the differences when you say "M.2", M.2 refers to the form factor. Then you can have M.2 NVMe (PCI-E) or M.2 SATA storage. NVMe is considerably faster than the M.2 SATA that ships with the laptop. I have this in mine now:

\^That NVMe SSD is just as fast as Samsung's EVO Pro brand IMO

r/RedditShoppingDeals • comment
1 points • GreenNapster

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r/NewMaxx • comment
1 points • Brandosl

Firstly, thank you for your service to members of the PC building community. I am a noob and have learned a lot from your posts.

Sorry if this is a dumb question, but I haven't been able to find a definitive answer in my research.

I have 2 m.2 slots on my x570 tomahawk. I currently have two ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro 1TBs and one SK hynix Gold P31 1TB.

Prices being equal, which would you return?

In case this matters: I am hoping to pick up a 2tb m.2 ssd on Black Friday/Cyber Monday and have been looking at the xpg line, but have heard there was a controller change leading to marginally poorer performance.

Thank you in advance!

r/buildapcsales • comment
1 points • dapperpanda

I picked this up 2TB ( for $200 and I picked up the 1 TB Hynix for $118 (, but I see the rocket always recommended... Maybe cancel the Hynix and get this one? On a 570x tomahawk will using all 3 NVME slots cause slowdowns? I haven't put the new build together yet.

r/buildapcsales • comment
2 points • UsePreparationH

You may want to take a look at the SK hynix Gold P31 1TB. Benchmarks (synthetic and real world) put it in line with the 970 evo for all burst/sustained workloads at lower power consumption (not a huge deal unless it is for a laptop) and it is $114.

r/DellXPS • comment
1 points • S34413

If you're in the US, I highly recommend getting this drive. It's scores are excellent on reviews when it comes to notebooks. Otherwise, the 970 drives from Samsung are excellent as well.

If you want your new SSD to last longer, I'd recommend installing your new OS on your current drive, although it doesn't make a big difference in terms of longevity.

r/MatebookXPro • comment
1 points • lightmcqueen15
r/buildapcsales • comment
1 points • RC-1207Sev

I should have a 15% coupon or something on Amazon. If not there were some guys saying the Crucial p5 wasn't bad or the Samsung 970 Evo.

r/buildapcsales • comment
1 points • Vanguard90

Hynix P31 seems better according to most benchmarks (though I don't think the difference is really going to be noticeable) and is $8 cheaper on Amazon (

r/pcmasterrace • comment
1 points • Lenfried

This one is on sale right now and is one of the best SSDs you can get, even surpassing Samsung 970 EVO in some cases. It also runs cool and efficiently.

r/EVOOGaming • comment
1 points • PyroDaPimp69

I just did a clean install 2wks ago... running 64GB ram

Crucial 64GB Kit (32GBx2) DDR4 2666 MT/S CL19 SODIMM 260-Pin Memory - CT2K32G4SFD8266

Added a faster NVMe Drive (3,500/3,200mb/s r/w)

SK hynix Gold P31 1TB PCIe NVMe Gen3 M.2 2280 Internal SSD - up to 3500MB/s

also threw an old 1TB Crucial MX500 into the 2.5 slot...

all worked great and booted right up

r/buildapc • comment
1 points • orochiyamazaki

For $40 more you can get the best R5 cpu available, which is the 3600XT and it comes with better cooler, no need for super old design Hyper Evo 2012 anymore,

I recommend Sapphire 5600XT gpu instead, fast and snappy with stunning colors on your screen

I also recommend this for your storage, cheaper, faster, newer 128-layer NAND with 5 year warranty as well

This Ballistix kit 3600Mhz will give you the best results

Get a top tier 1 psu like this

I'm giving you advice as you were part of my family, I wish you the best for your money, good luck!

r/XboxSeriesX • comment
-1 points • BlazedAndConfused

You are comparing apples to oranges. I can compare a honda to a Lexus because they are cars, but that obviously isnt the same thing.

Here is an example of an equivalent transfer speed of the gen 3/4 controller technology they are using along with 4d NAND

The excessive price is coming from some product modifications to handle form factor and heat dissipation.

This tech already exists and can transfer speeds fast enough to match Active Transfer technology.

Given the fact that a 5TB HDD or a 2TB top of the line SSD can still be an option to just move games around, a 1TB $220 expansion card simply isnt worth it. The value isn't there and competitors are doing it cheaper already, right now.

You can read more about the technology and the companies that are pushing it here. I Give it 3 months before Seagates expansion card is lapsed and hard.

Edit: Further research shows they already have the 2TB model from the architecture manufacturer. Its built and working. I bet Microsoft milks Seagate's 1TB expansion for a solid year before announcing a 2TB model.