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64GB Crucial RealSSD C300 (Best small SSD) - £118.66 Delivered @ Crucial + Quidco

£118.66 @ Crucial
The best just got cheaper. The Crucial C300 has dropped in price by £3 and the Quidco rates have gone up from 7% to 9%. Under £110 for this drive is amazing and far better value than the Corsair for £… Read More
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6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
The best just got cheaper. The Crucial C300 has dropped in price by £3 and the Quidco rates have gone up from 7% to 9%. Under £110 for this drive is amazing and far better value than the Corsair for £95 or WD for £100 at Ebuyer.

For those who don't know about this drive, it has amazing 4K speeds (almost as good as the Intels), which along with read speeds of 355MB/s makes it the perfect OS drive. Well worth trying if you find your system slow to boot or open applications.
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#1
Before anyone expires, I know this was listed last week, but it is now about £5 cheaper between 2% extra Quidco and over £2 off.

Oh and we all know that better and cheaper SSD's are on the horizon, but this is the best deal for those setting a system up NOW.
#2
sibeer
Before anyone expires, I know this was listed last week, but it is now about £5 cheaper between 2% extra Quidco and over £2 off.

Oh and we all know that better and cheaper SSD's are on the horizon, but this is the best deal for those setting a system up NOW.


Well if it was listed last week you should have the original thread updated. New threads should be posted after 4 weeks.:thumbsup:
#3
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Well if it was listed last week you should have the original thread updated. New threads should be posted after 4 weeks.:thumbsup:


Honestly? I would have thought that a new lower price and a new larger rebate was a new deal. No one looks at the week old threads to see whether they have dropped in price again do they?
#4
Nice. Although, it's worth pointing out, the price on these drives has been falling about £5 a week for the past five weeks, as they seem to be on clearance. If that's the case, expect either very sharp drops from some retailers (DSG especially, if they sell it) soon, or for the supply to possibly dry up entirely if you wait any longer. If you've only a casual interest, like me, it might be an idea to keep tabs in case we get lucky and the former happens.
#5
Hi, I saw this drive last night and had to resist tempation to buy as it is a stonking deal I think.

The is the latest gen drive with a SATA 6Gb interface so if your motherboard supports you will get max read speeds and if you have SATA II (3Gb) will be maxing that out with roughly 275MB read speeds.

Also if you have Windows 7 the drives ship with the latest firmware that supports the TRIM commands for making sure the drive does not lose performance.

Well worth a look I think.
#6
Other thread.

Be advised that Quidco may well track at the lower amount of 7%. But they have told me it should validate at the higher 9%.
#7
Mine tracked right at £9.09 (9% of the 101 before VAT).

As to the price for these drives, it is a brand new model (well a few weeks old) so can't have been dropping that much yet. They have brought this out as not enough people are willing to spend the megabucks for the larger C300 models. As mentioned by others, this drive has the latest tech already in it so you should hopefully get 12 months before it is completely blown out the water.
#8
Good price, heat added. Once 128GB SSDs are in this sort of region, I might invest in 1 then, until then 64GB aint enough for all my programs and I begrudge paying over £200 for a hard drive

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