32GB Crucial Internal 2.5" Solid State Drive £78.19 delivered @ Crucial - HotUKDeals
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these are a bit old but the price was in the hundreds last time i checked.


32GB Crucial Internal 2.5" Solid State Drive
The rugged, reliable hard-drive replacement that's redefining personal computing

* Flash-based storage
* Rugged and reliable
* Low power consumption
* High performance
* Lightweight
* Silent operation

Crucial Internal 2.5" Solid State Drive
Product specifications

* Form factor: 2.5-inch industry-standard metal housing
* Dimensions: 100.2mm (l) x 69.85mm (w) x 9.5mm(h)
* Weight: 82g
* Available capacities: 32GB and 64GB
* Host interface: Serial ATA (SATA)
* Host data transfer rate: 3Gb/s (backwards compatible with 1.5Gb/s)
* Read/write speeds: 32GB: up to 100MB/s (read), 60MB/s (write); 64GB: up to 100MB/s (read), 35MB/s (write)
* IOPS (inputs/outputs per second): 80K sequential read IOPS for a 512-byte transfer
* Shock: 1,500G/0.5msec
* Vibration: 20G (20-2000HZ)
* Temperature: Operating (0°C to 70°C); Non-operating (-40° to 85°C)
* Acoustics: 0dB
* MTBF (mean time between failures): > 1 million hours
* Endurance: Static & Dynamic wear-leveling with 6-bit ECC error correction
* Crucial Warranty: 5 years

Regulatory and Compliance:

* RoHS Compliant
* CE (Europe): EN55022
* FCC: 47CFR Part 15 Class B
* VCCI (Japan): 2001, Class B ITE
* C-TICK (Australia, New Zealand): Approval to AS/NZS CISPR22
* BSMI (Taiwan): Approval to CNS 13438
* UL (US): Approval to UL-60950

Performance testing platform:
EVGA nForce 680i motherboard (122-CK-NF68-T1)
Intel Core 2 Quad 2.66GHz processor
2GB (2x1GB) Crucial DDR2 667MHz memory
Windows XP (SP2)

Actual usable memory capacity may vary. 1MB equals 1 million bytes; 1GB equals 1 billion bytes.
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How long til the first idiot posts about £78.19 being a lot for 32gb
OCZ 30gb SSD £68.43 delivered for those with free delivery (AVF/Hexus) still on at Scan although out of stock for the moment...

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/286098/30gb-ocz-solid-state-2-5-sata-2-har/ (deal post has slightly older pricing)

£76.46 including cheapest delivery for those that have to pay for it, in which case the Crucial will be a better deal with 2gb extra for a few more pounds :santa:
78.19 seems a lot for a 32gb drive :p

H+R :-D
I think Crucial may be on Quidco/Topcashback.co.uk - worth checking.
OCZ brining out new drive, looks damn good. I'm waiting for that, fixed the controller issue too ie different controller and faster drive :-) I cant wait untill SSD takes off. I'd pay £200 for 60 gig at these speeds, so to me they are cheap - but yep many will moan 32gig for that :-)
7% quidco
Sorry for the Noob question - But would you be able to upgrade a netbook's flash memory with this? 2.5" is laptop size I know.
Sorry for the Noob question - But would you be able to upgrade a netbook's flash memory with this? 2.5" is laptop size I know.

Which Netbook ? If it's an EEE 900/901/1000 then the Runcore drives are a straight swap, and the best around right now - get one from eBay (item 380084736771)
They also do a model for the DELL Mini 9 - eBay again (item 380090036110)
Just to let you guys know that there has been many known problems with these and the OCZ solid states. For your own sake read OCUK forums and other forums before purchasing SSD drives. Cheap is not always cheerfull not when it doesnt work.
yes be careful as once messed up -- only hope goodwill will get refund
I have a similar one for sale - its 32 gb and faster
Bought it a week ago, installed it this weekend, so hardly used
( i did install it in a laptop and did some benchmarks - got reads up to 147MB/s i and average access time of 0.20ms
but 32 gig is just not enough for me and ordered 128gb ssd :)


ADATA 300 Series
Model Name SSD 300
Form Factor 2.5" Small Form Factor
Capacity MLC: 32GB
Dimension Size:100.3*69.9*7.2 mm(L*W*H)
Weight: 51gm±1g
Connector: 7+15 pin SATA Connector
Compatibility SATA Gen 2(3.0 Gb)
Sequential read 158 MB/s
Sequential write 100 MB/s
Random Read
Random Write
Power consumption
Supply Voltage DC 5V ±5%
Operating Mode (avg.) 3.4 W
Idle Mode 2.2 W
Suspend Mode 1.4W
Mean Time before Failure
(MTBF) 1,500,000 hours
Operating Shock
Operating Vibration
Operating Temperature 0℃~70℃
Storage Temperature -25°C ~85°C
huh ?

u bought it last week, and now realised its not big enuff ??

is there no end to bull when it comes to sales ?

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