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Can the Slowest PS5 SSD Upgrade Run Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart?

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The PS5 System Software has been updated to support ALL PCIe Gen 4.0 x4 NVMe drives, so with the help of Fidler_2K from the DF Supporter Program, we tracked down the absolute slowest drive - the WD SN750 SE - and stacked it up against the console's internal SSD and the Mark Cerny-approved WD SN850. Can a bargain basement, spec-deficient drive cut it out against the best of the best? The results are surprising.


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