These days, 1TB of storage is kind of tight, 2TB is a mainstream size, and 4TB is ideal if you play lots of games or have a large media library. However, most 4TB SSDs cost well over $200, and high-end models surpass $300. Right now at Newegg, you can find the Team Group MP34 4TB SSD, a perrential value drive, for its lowest price to date. It’s usually priced at around $199, but today it’s listed at just $151 or just 3.8 cents per GB. As of writing, Newegg has not specified an expiration for the offer so it’s not clear for how long it will be made available at this price.
We reviewed the Team Group MP34 SSD when it was released and overall found it to be a pretty great investment, rating it at 4 out of 5. When factoring in today’s discount, the deal is only sweetened that much more. It’s a quality drive with high performance that makes it suitable for both gamers and casual users alike.
The Team Group MP34 SSD comes in a range of capacities but this offer is for the 4TB edition. They all have an M.2 2280 form factor and connect using PCIe 3.0 x4 interfaces. The Team Group MP34 is controlled by a Phison E12 controller and can reach read/write speeds of 3500/2900 Mbps.
This SSD is backed up by a limited 5-year warranty from Team Group. The purchase is also covered by Newegg’s extended holiday policy which allows for both refunds and replacements until the end of January, 2024.
Visit the Team Group MP34 4TB SSD product page at Newegg for more details and purchase options.
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Very slow drive by modern standards, but good warrenty and good data storage.Reply
.036 X 1000 = WHAT?Reply
Its coming from erroneous math... which is common with SSD marketing unfortunatelyDonQuixoteIII said:.036 X 1000 = WHAT?
151.99/4096 is around 3.6 cents per GB, but in actuality a 4TB SSD only has roughly 3600GiB of actual space, so the true cost per GiB is around 4.2 cents per GiB.
Price is decent but still not as good as the 2tb drives I picked up for $70.
For slow nand storage go for sata drivers.Reply
The team group has tlc ssds with good TBW and good price.
Got one 1tb for 34us
Sure are a lot of "stopped working after X months" reviews that you don't see with Samsung. Might be a good secondary drive.Reply
If anyone gets me one of these I hope they kept the receipt because I'm a professional.Reply