Juicy discounts on Samsung 980 Pro SSDs are here, save up to $100

Samsung 980 Pro
Samsung 980 Pro (Image credit: Windows Central)

We've all been there before: You're at your gaming PC, getting ready to play some Call of Duty Warzone, but then you find out the game requires an update. "No worries," you think to yourself, expecting a couple of measly gigabytes' worth of space to be needed. Then, you get hit with the actual number: 600 gigabytes of space are required for the weekly update of nothing but cosmetics and a few minor bug tweaks. "Good God," you moan, realizing you can't even fit such a girthy update onto your existing 500GB SSD. That's where Samsung comes in to save the day.

Samsung is not only offering its beloved 980 PRO PCIe 4.0 NVMe 1TB SSD at a discounted rate, but its 2TB as well. You hear that? Two whole terabytes. That is enough for three, count 'em, three Call of Duty Warzone updates. Maybe even four if Activision takes mercy on its players.

Expect the 980 PRO PCIe 4.0 NVMe 1TB SSD to take $50 off its usual MSRP, while you can save $100 on the 2TB release.

980 PRO PCIe 4.0 NVMe 1TB SSD | $50 off

980 PRO PCIe 4.0 NVMe 1TB SSD | $50 off

1TB of super speedy storage? Not bad! $50 off? Even better. This SSD will give you enough space to hold a couple of non-Activision games without problem.

980 PRO PCIe 4.0 NVMe 2TB SSD | $100 off

980 PRO PCIe 4.0 NVMe 2TB SSD | $100 off

7,000MB/s Seq. read speeds. 5,100MB/s Seq. write speeds. Two whole terabytes of storage for $100 off. Whoa.

And let's say you're the kind of consumer who just doesn't mess with Samsung for whatever reason. Maybe your last Galaxy product exploded or something and you hold a permanent grudge. In that case, check out the best SSD offerings from every other company so you know what's on offer across the board.

Robert Carnevale

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