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ADATA 240GB Premier SP550 7mm Solid State Drive/SSD £59.99 Scan

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Ideal upgrade option replacing HDD in desktop or laptop SP550 is ideal HDD alternative for everyday computing activities such as video streaming, web surfing and social media trending with Intelligen… Read More
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Ideal upgrade option replacing HDD in desktop or laptop
SP550 is ideal HDD alternative for everyday computing activities such as video streaming, web surfing and social media trending with Intelligent Caching Algorithm that boost read/write performance to 560MB/s read and 510MB/s (for 240GB/480GB models). Built-in hardware error-checking, data prioritization and low-power state technology features improve stability and extend service life.
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#1
Plus delivery of £4,79 delivery of you don't live in /near Bolton.
#2
Slow sustained write, random read and random write speeds:
User benchmark test results
http://pasteboard.co/251aeL6sh.png

Versus 850 EVO 250GB:
http://pasteboard.co/kOc9EvIsI.png

Edited By: karlbnz on Jan 11, 2017 14:24
#3
£60 for 240gb not bad at all for a cheap upgrade or os boot. heat <3
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Is it just me or are the prices of SSD drives not coming down? Nearly two years ago I bought a 240GB one for this price.
1 Like #5
I have this exact drive, works well.

You're right cicobuff, I paid like £47 a few months ago, and lots of similar priced SSDs. Now none even come close on price
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cicobuff
Is it just me or are the prices of SSD drives not coming down? Nearly two years ago I bought a 240GB one for this price.

They're starting to go up now mainly due to NAND flash shortages, too much demand and not enough supply from the factories.

Edited By: CHAOSEN3 on Jan 11, 2017 15:07
#7
As i've now said for the last couple of months pcie 3.0 x4 based (u.2 and m.2) nvme based flash thrashes sata 600 every which way possible. The Only way it can't if there isn't a big enough cache on the pcie drive.

Prices aren't coming down for the uk, 1. brexit and 2. gobal nand shortage (that said samsung produces their own nand )
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CHAOSEN3
cicobuff
Is it just me or are the prices of SSD drives not coming down? Nearly two years ago I bought a 240GB one for this price.
They're starting to go up now mainly due to NAND flash shortages, too much demand and not enough supply from the factories.

Sshh. This is something else that can be blamed on Brexit!
#9
taras
As i've now said for the last couple of months pcie 3.0 x4 based (u.2 and m.2) nvme based flash thrashes sata 600 every which way possible. The Only way it can't if there isn't a big enough cache on the pcie drive.
Prices aren't coming down for the uk, 1. brexit and 2. gobal nand shortage (that said samsung produces their own nand )

Of course many people won't be able to use those due to lack of physical connection in their laptop/pc. Real world data suggests that people don't notice the difference between SATA III (6GB/s) and NVMe M.2 and the only noticeable difference would be if they could saturate the queue depth of M.2 based devices, which no general consumer will be able to.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1489684/ssd-interface-comparison-pci-express-vs-sata

The above would never stop me from buying an M.2 if I had the choice over SATA III of course :)
#10
Would this be any good as a cheaper alternative?

Qumox
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anlygi
CHAOSEN3
cicobuff
Is it just me or are the prices of SSD drives not coming down? Nearly two years ago I bought a 240GB one for this price.
They're starting to go up now mainly due to NAND flash shortages, too much demand and not enough supply from the factories.

Sshh. This is something else that can be blamed on Brexit!


let me tell you in my home country prices much more higher
#13
My SSD with my operating system has just died on me..been having issues for months and it seems like the main problem. Could this be a good replacement? Simply to run the OS off? my previous one was 120gb ocz 2.5"

Thanks in advance.
#14
macleanie
My SSD with my operating system has just died on me..been having issues for months and it seems like the main problem. Could this be a good replacement? Simply to run the OS off? my previous one was 120gb ocz 2.5"
Thanks in advance.

I believe it is more than perfect for your needs. :) I had an ADADA 60GB SSD for like 5 years abd had no problems.
#15
borosidf
macleanie
My SSD with my operating system has just died on me..been having issues for months and it seems like the main problem. Could this be a good replacement? Simply to run the OS off? my previous one was 120gb ocz 2.5"
Thanks in advance.
I believe it is more than perfect for your needs. :) I had an ADADA 60GB SSD for like 5 years abd had no problems.

Thank you :)

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