Crucial's got some Epic DDR5 and SSD deals this for Prime's Early Access Sale

Want some more SSD storage and some cheap DDR5 memory? Crucial may have what you need

Crucial's got some Epic DDR5 and SSD deals this for Prime's Early Access Sale

Have a look at Crucial's Prime Day SSD and DDR5 deals   

I don't know about you, but it does not take me long to fill my PC full of files. If you are gamer, you will know how large many AAA games have gotten, and if you are using your PC as a workstation, you will know that projects can take up an insane amount of storage, especially if you work with video. 

As part of Amazon's Prime Early Access Sale, Crucial has unleased some excellent SSD and memory deals, giving PC builders and gamers a great opportunity to upgrade their systems with more storage or more memory. 

You can sign up for a free trail for Amazon Prime here.

Crucial P5 Plus NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSD

Crucial's P5 Plus SSD may not be the faster PCIe 4.0 SSD on the market, but it is often one of the most affordable within its speed bracket. This SSD is fast enough to support Sony's PlayStation 5 console, though PS5 users should combine this SSD with a PS5 compatible heatsink, with the Sabrent model below being a great option.

Whether you are a PC user or a PS5 user, Crucial's P5 Plus is a great upgrade option.

- Crucial P5 Plus 500GB NVMe SSD - £53.99

- Crucial P5 Plus 1TB NVMe SSD - £81.99

- Crucial P5 Plus 2TB NVMe SSD - £164.99

- Sabrent PS5 NVMe SSD heatsink - £14.99

Crucial's got some Epic DDR5 and SSD deals this for Prime's Early Access Sale

Crucial BX500 SATA SSD

If you are planning to upgrade an older PC, or if you have already filled your PC's M.2 slots, Crucial's BX500 series is a great option. SATA SSDs are much faster than mechanical storage drives, and while NVMe SSDs can often leave them in the dust, they remain great options for secondary storage, or as a speedy upgrade options for older systems.    

- Crucial BX500 1TB SSD - £53.99

- Crucial BX500 2TB SSD - £110.99

Crucial's got some Epic DDR5 and SSD deals this for Prime's Early Access Sale

Crucial X6 Portable SSD - USB 3.2 (up to 800 MB/s)

If you want something portable and don't want to deal with slow USB thumb drives, Crucial's X6 series of USB 3.2 SSDs can deliver users high storage speeds that are faster than what the internal SATA interface can provide. Not bad for an external storage option. 

Be it as a speedy external storage option for a games console, or as a portable drive for your PC files/applications, the Crucial X6 series has the speeds and capacities that users will need. 

- Crucial X6 1TB Portable SSD - £66.99

- Crucial X6 2TB Portable SSD - £115.99

- Crucial X6 4TB Portable SSD - £248.99

Crucial's got some Epic DDR5 and SSD deals this for Prime's Early Access Sale

Crucial DDR5 Memory

Let's face it, DDR5 memory is expensive, especially if you are looking for high-end modules. Thankfully, even slower DDR5-4800 kits are much faster than their DDR4 counterparts, as DDR5 offers users high frequencies and new features that are designed to make modern memory modules faster and more power efficient. 

Today, Crucial offers some of the lowest cost DDR5 memory modules on the market, making them a great choice for low-cost DDR5 based PCs.

- Crucial 16GB (2x8GB) DDR5-4800 CL40 memory kit - £83.47

- Crucial 32GB (2x16GB) DDR5-4800 CL40 memory kit - £124.99

- Crucial 64GB (2x32GB) DDR5-4800 CL40 memory kit - £221.99

Crucial's got some Epic DDR5 and SSD deals this for Prime's Early Access Sale

More Amazon Prime Day Deals will be available to see on Amazon's website. Please let us know if you grab any bargains on our social media channels.

You can join the discussion on Amazon's Prime Day Crucial memory and storage Deals on the OC3D Forums

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