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These are the best replacement SSDs for your PS4

So you've decided that you have got to throw a new hard drive in your PS4, and an external hard drive just won't cut it. It's one of those ameliorates that may or may not visibly improve things, but if you can do it, why not? Most of the read and write hurries are comparable to each other, but we have included them if it's a end cause for you. Now are some of the best options available to you.

Good at everything

Western Digital Blue

Staff Pick

If you want a 1TB SSD at a great price but would rather stick with a more unmistakable reputation, consider this Western Digital drive. You will have quantities of seat for storage, 560 MB/ s, and 530 MB/ s read and write rapidities, and a five-year manufacturer warranty.

$100 at Amazon $100 at Best Buy $100 at Newegg

Good quicken, good cost

Crucial MX500 250 GB 3D NAND SATA 2.5 Inch Internal SSD

This Crucial drive will got to get into some super-fast SSD moves -- 560 MB/ s and 510 MB/ s read and write velocities, respectively -- while not breaking the bank. Too, if anything goes wrong with it, you are supported by a five-year manufacturer warranty.

$60 at Amazon $60 at Best Buy $60 at Newegg

Better moves

Samsung 860 EVO 500 GB 2.5 Inch SATA III Internal SSD

This Samsung Evo drive is about $ 20 more than the Crucial drive but volunteers advertised write rapidities that are slightly faster. Only like the Crucial, you'll get a five-year manufacturer warranty.

$45 at Amazon $40 at Best Buy $57 at Newegg

A corporation you know

SanDisk Ultra 3D NAND 500 GB Internal SSD

SanDisk is well known for its remember placards, but did you know they represent excellent solid-state drives for a low cost? You supposed to do now. The accelerations are pretty good, extremely, compared with others on this list.

$45 at Amazon $45 at Adorama $95 at Newegg

Where do you even start?

If you need an SSD and want to have a good extent of storage seat, then a 1TB drive may be the place to start. 1TB drives are, of course, going to be more expensive than their 500 GB equivalents, but the toll increase will give you seat for a lot more games.

No matter how you get the job done, expanding the storage in your PlayStation is a really nice quality of life upgrade. We like the Western Digital Blue because it's a epithet you can trust, but the SanDisk is a name you'll know as well and offers a great product and a good price.

Finally, you can always go with the Seagate hybrid drive if you need to save some money, but a full SSD will work better for you.

The jeopardize

If you're looking at all these SSD premiums and going overtaken, I don't denounced you. Solid-state storage is still pretty expensive. If you still want to see an increase in accelerate on your PS4, but want to save some bucks, there is another option.

1TB of hybrid storage

Seagate 500 GB FireCuda SSHD

SSHD stands for Solid State Hybrid Drive. The elevator pitch for drives like this is that you will see SSD fasts with traditional drive prices. This claim is somewhat dubious, and I probably wouldn't put one in my PC and expect the same performance as an SSD. That being said, I would altogether put one in my PlayStation. Upgrading from the stock PS4 drive to a hybrid drive like this one should show a marked increase in hasten at a tolerable premium point.

$82 at Amazon

Read more: androidcentral.com

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