Thursday, June 10th 2021

Seagate Launches FireCuda 520 Cyberpunk 2077 Inspired Limited Edition SSD

Seagate has recently released a limited edition version of their FireCuda 520 PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD inspired by Cyberpunk 2077. Seagate has designed a custom Cyberpunk 2077 heatsink and box for the drive and will only produce 2077 units. The custom neon yellow heatsink includes the Cyberpunk logo and addressable 5 V RGB lighting. Seagate claims that the large aluminium heatsink can reduce SSD temperatures by up to 22°C (71°F) however due to its size you may encounter mounting issues on some motherboards.

The drive is available in a single 1 TB capacity and features the same Phison PS5016-E16 SSD controller paired with Toshiba 96L TLC NAND as the normal FireCuda 520. The SSD also features impressive performance numbers with advertised read and write speeds up to 5,000 MBps and 4,400 MBps respectively while endurance is rated at 1,800 TBW. The drive includes a 5-year warranty from Seagate and is now available to purchase from select retailers worldwide with prices ranging from 280 USD - 310 USD which is significantly more than the FireCuda 520 1 TB RRP of 190 USD.
Source: Seagate
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11 Comments on Seagate Launches FireCuda 520 Cyberpunk 2077 Inspired Limited Edition SSD

is it gonna suck on older / non-PCIe 4.0 mainboards? :D
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Late to the party? I would like a MGSV PSU to go with it.
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Doesn't play well with PS4?
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Will all my pictures ,saved on the drive would T-pose?
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  1. [LEFT]slow... [/LEFT]
  2. [LEFT]fuggly...[/LEFT]
  3. [LEFT]a tad overpriced.....[/LEFT]
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Small awesomeness right there :)
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They should have named it Engram v1.
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I don't really know what parts to match it with but man does that look cool by itself...
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FireCuda 520 has the ancient Phison PS5016-E16 from 2019?
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lel whay the failed cyperpunk ?? whay not battelfield insted ?
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