This 1TB SSD fixed my PS5 storage problems — you can still get it for just $66!

WD_Black SN850x M.2 SSD
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If you've been juggling your PS5 storage since day one like me then you are probably more than ready to spend a little money to fix that problem. 

You can grab the WD_BLACK SN850X 1TB SSD with heatsink for just $66 — a whopping 63% discount and the cheapest we've seen the Sony-approved PS5 SSD. Banish the endless waiting as you download and install a game for the 15th time as you try to make do with the built-in PS5 storage.

Grab the WD_BLACK SN850x 1TB PS5 M.2 SSD with heatsink for $119 at Amazon. It's the best PS5 SSD to pick up thanks to its fast random read/write performance and solid sequential read/write speeds across all capacities. Don't miss out on expanding your PS5's storage for over half the price. Plus, check out how to install an M.2 SSD in a PS5 with our handy guide.

WD_BLACK SN850X 1TB PS5 M.2 SSD w/heatsink: $179 $66 @ Amazon

WD_BLACK SN850X 1TB PS5 M.2 SSD w/heatsink: $179 $66 @ Amazon
Now 63% off, the SN850X M.2 SSD strikes a great balance between sequential read/write and random read/write performance, which translates to faster opening and loading times for your games. The 1TB model hits the sweet spot in terms of read/write speeds if you’re after peak performance.

While we called the PS5 the "future of gaming" in our review and awarded it an outstanding 4.5 out of 5 stars, the somewhat limited 825GB of built-in storage is something that I've run up against since pretty much day one.

Adding this 1TB SSD will stop me from having to constantly juggle my games library. I'll look forward to the day that we have instantaneous file transfers or pure lag-free cloud gaming, but until then this gets me a little bit closer to gaming nirvana for just $66.

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Sean Riley

Sean Riley has been covering tech professionally for over a decade now. Most of that time was as a freelancer covering varied topics including phones, wearables, tablets, smart home devices, laptops, AR, VR, mobile payments, fintech, and more.  Sean is the resident mobile expert at Laptop Mag, specializing in phones and wearables, you'll find plenty of news, reviews, how-to, and opinion pieces on these subjects from him here. But Laptop Mag has also proven a perfect fit for that broad range of interests with reviews and news on the latest laptops, VR games, and computer accessories along with coverage on everything from NFTs to cybersecurity and more.