[SOLVED] Why can't I find a 3TB SSD?

Pcgolfer07

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Hi guys. I'm trying to upgrade my SSD from 120 GB to 3 TB. The problem is I can only find a maximum of 2 TB SSD's on sites like Amazon? Am I missing something or do they actually don't sell SSD's greater than 2 TB? I would like to have 2 TB C drive, 1 TB G drive, and the current 1TB HDD for F drive that I already have. I'm also planning to upgrade from 8gb ram to 32gb. Any help is much appreciated.
 
2tb ssds are the max capacity for most "consumer" ssds

you can find 3.84tb ssds, but those are only sata, not nvme.
i think samsung has one of those, but most ssd manufacturers stop at 2tb, and most stores dont hold 600$ ssds that no one will ever buy.

edit: i found out sabrent has nvme ssds that are up to 8tb.
 
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2tb ssds are the max capacity for most "consumer" ssds

you can find 3.84tb ssds, but those are only sata, not nvme.
i think samsung has one of those, but most ssd manufacturers stop at 2tb, and most stores dont hold 600$ ssds that no one will ever buy.

edit: i found out sabrent has nvme ssds that are up to 8tb.
 
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Reactions: Pcgolfer07

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