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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 04:38pm 07/10/21 | 1 Comments
Although you can just as easily put one of these in a capable motherboard for blazing-fast PC action, we’re approaching this review of the new Seagate FireCuda 530 as an expandable option for the PlayStation 5.

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Thanks to the latest firmware update, all PlayStation 5 owners are now capable of expanding the available storage inside their consoles for running the latest games. There are a few caveats, Sony recommends a minimum speed spec of 5,500 MB/s to match the internal drive in addition to recommending a heatsink for cooling. On that front the Seagate FireCuda 530 ticks both boxes as an all-in-one solution, with this review covering the Heatsink model.

Here you get faster than the minimum spec performance outlined by Sony thanks to the on-paper up to 7,300 MB/s read speed. Which makes this, again, one of the fastest drives on the market. Plus you get robust cooling without having to worry about overheating or trying to install a third-party heatsink.

Our Full Seagate FireCuda 530 with Heatsink for PlayStation 5 Review



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tim
Posted 08:01pm 07/10/21
this looks great if your installing large games as they will install faster as well as loading them super fast
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