Want to expand your storage space on the PlayStation 5? Before you buy any old NVMe drive , you'll need to make sure it's compatible with Sony's console. We'll explain how to determine this. The PlayStation 5 launched in November 2020 with a few missing features, including the ability to expand the storage using an aftermarket SSD. With the September System Update released on September 15, 2021, however, all users have the capability, so make sure your system is up to date Make Sure Your SSD Conforms to Sony's Specifications Sony has a range of requirements that must be met for your drive to match the specifications of the existing SSD that ships with the console. Unlike USB storage solutions which can only be used for PS4 (backward compatibility) titles, native PS5 games have much higher read and write speed requirements. The drive must be a PCIe Gen4 x4 M.2 NVMe SSD ranged between 250GB and 4TB in capacity. Older Gen3 drives and anything that doesn't hit Sony's target 5.5GB/sec sequential read speed isn't up to par. These drives must have an M.2 form factor type of 2230, 2242, 2260, 2280, or 22110 (information that should be included in the item… Read full this story
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