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Cheap SSD deals of the week

Cheap SSD deals of the week
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As HDDs go the way of the dinosaur, SSDs have become the storage solution of choice for PC gamers due to their speed and performance. The best gaming PCs all have a decent SSD that cuts down game loading times. More importantly, as game game sizes get bigger (like Call of Duty Modern Warfare's upcoming massive 175GB download) you'll need a larger model to be able to keep all your favorite games on the best SSDs for gaming.

Here are the hottest deals we found this week. A good mix of SATA SSDs with some obscenely huge discounts along with our choices for best NVMe SSDs. And don't forget that the Black Friday SSD sales will bring you even more GBs for your dollar in November.

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Seagate BarraCuda | 2TB | SATA | $209.99 ($10 off)
Did you know Seagate manufactures SSDs now? This 2TB SATA drive from the company is $10 off when you enter code GAMEUS239 at checkout. (Posted: 10/16)View Deal

ADATA SU635 | 960GB | SATA | $84.99 ($15 off)
This SSD won't break any speed records, but it's faster than a spinning hard disk, and it's the cheapest TB-class SSD right now. The smaller models are also worth a look. (Posted: 10/7)View Deal

Sabrent Rocket | 512GB | M.2 NVMe | $59.98 ($25.01 off)
This 512GB NVMe SSD from Sabrent is at its lowest price ever. If your PC supports NVMe, this will make a great boot drive. Alternatively, the 2TB model is also worth a look at $250. (Posted: 9/3)View Deal

Crucial MX500 | 1TB | SATA | $107.50
Crucial's 1TB MX500 SATA SSD remains a great choice, also available as an M.2 SATA drive for laptops for a few pennies more. (Posted: 9/23)View Deal

Samsung T5 | 500GB | USB 3.1 | $89.99 ($40 off)
If you need an external SSD, this drive from Samsung is an excellent choice. Also available at Best Buy.View Deal