Now that Cyberpunk 2077 is out, we hardly thought that the flow of derivative products was going to dry up, especially given the many controversies surrounding the quality of the game. But clearly, the manufacturers do not agree.
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Although the game is still not available on the PlayStation Store due to its technical problems, all of this seems to be in the past, and the company Seagate intends to surf on the commercial success of Polish FPS by offering an SSD in the colors of the game.
It is more precisely the FireCuda 520, a PCIe 4.0 SSD in 1 TB version which is found by a yellow and black heat sink, with RGB keys please. Also note that a 5V ARGB header will allow you to control the lighting via your motherboard.
Punk is not dead
The object is collector’s item since only 2077 SSDs will be manufactured, and inevitably, this should increase the price. Since we are talking about price, know that Seagate has not yet communicated that of this component, but we already imagine it to be particularly dirty. Indeed, in addition to the particularly loose aesthetics, the heatsink offers peak performance, and would lower the temperature of the NAND chips of 22c according to the manufacturer, and this, in a completely passive manner.
We just hope the rare copies don’t end up in a Chinese hangar mining some cryptocurrency.