PlayStation announced that the latest PS5 software finally has the ability to install an internal M.2 SSD. They did throw a bit of a spanner in the works by saying that you need to use a heatsink with the M.2 SSD, so we’ve put together a guide on the ones that should be compatible by the specs that Sony has given. The update is set to drop sometime today or tomorrow (14th or 15th of September).
CURRENT PS5 SSD OPTIONS WITH HEAT SINK
We’ve had confirmation from those in the beta that these below drives all work relatively well.