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From all that i have read about this drive, at this price it's a steal. Free next day delivery with prime and sold by and dispatched by Amazon, this i believe is the cheapest it has been thus far.

SSD's Features,

VCCI
Capacity - 512GB
Sequential Read - 550 MBs
Sequential Write - 330 MBs
Type - 2.5 inch
Height - 7mm (with 9.5mm adapter)
Interface - SATA 6Gbps (SATA III)

Write is 500MBs on the 512GB drive
- dilse
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#1
getting more and more interesting for a swap to ssd on my ps3
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it was a few pounds cheaper a couple of weeks ago but getting more standard in terms of price. i'm still waiting a bit longer...

http://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Crucial-CT512MX100SSD1-512GB-Includes-Adapter/product/B00KFAGCUM
#3
Worth waiting a bit longer, this will surely drop in price.

http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B00KFAGCUM/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=1m&fo=0&lang=en

Edited By: smsmasters on Jul 03, 2014 23:43
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AR2012
getting more and more interesting for a swap to ssd on my ps3
There's really no point in sticking it in a PS3, would be a waste.
2 Likes #5
HOT ! bought 4 of these a few weeks ago for £151 each, and they have made a massive difference to my virtual servers.

Edited By: dilse on Jul 04, 2014 11:13
#6
AR2012
getting more and more interesting for a swap to ssd on my ps3

Google it, it's not worth doing.
2 Likes #7
Not voting either way but it is better to buy the drive off Amazon.de instead and it works out at about £140. I ordered from there last week and it was posted using Royal Mail from Fife in Scotland...
#8
SamSamoon96
AR2012
getting more and more interesting for a swap to ssd on my ps3
There's really no point in sticking it in a PS3, would be a waste.


fishmaster
AR2012
getting more and more interesting for a swap to ssd on my ps3

Google it, it's not worth doing.

was thinking sshd but then the cache is a paltry 8GB with seagate. so ill hold off and see where the prices go. No rush the PS3 has a WD Blue 1TB in it already.
#9
AR2012
SamSamoon96
AR2012
getting more and more interesting for a swap to ssd on my ps3
There's really no point in sticking it in a PS3, would be a waste.


fishmaster
AR2012
getting more and more interesting for a swap to ssd on my ps3

Google it, it's not worth doing.

was thinking sshd but then the cache is a paltry 8GB with seagate. so ill hold off and see where the prices go. No rush the PS3 has a WD Blue 1TB in it already.

All you need is a decent 1TB 7200rmp drive... SSHD and SSD bring little benefit http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-2014-ps4-hard-drive-upgrade-guide
#10
I put an SSD in my PS3, it had one benefit - first pick of all the vehicles at the start of every round on BF3/BF4.
#11
Would a drive like this fit into a MacBook Air to replace the smaller capacity drives they come with? Or do they use a different kind of storage?
#12
Physically too big to fit in an air (or certainly mine from last year) and I'm pretty sure apple use some proprietary firmware on their ssds or they're soldered on as I remember researching upgrade options when I bought it
#13
Kinda fancy putting something like this in my laptop as the Hard Drive seems to be the main thing slowing it down.... tempting.
#14
Now back down to £144.99 :)

Time to buy!
#15
Good price, But I got this via Flubit last week for just £139.15
#16
doodah7
Not voting either way but it is better to buy the drive off Amazon.de instead and it works out at about £140. I ordered from there last week and it was posted using Royal Mail from Fife in Scotland...


What about warranty? Do you have to return it to Germany? Any import charges?
#17
smsmasters
doodah7
Not voting either way but it is better to buy the drive off Amazon.de instead and it works out at about £140. I ordered from there last week and it was posted using Royal Mail from Fife in Scotland...

What about warranty? Do you have to return it to Germany? Any import charges?

Why would the warranty be any different?? Crucial don't care where you buy it and how could there be import charges from Germany? They are a significant part of the EU!!
#18
glennhoward007
Would a drive like this fit into a MacBook Air to replace the smaller capacity drives they come with? Or do they use a different kind of storage?

Different storage. This is a standard 2.5" sata SSD, that can be used in most laptops/ps3s. MacBook Air takes a PCIe Flash drive. Very few places sell SSDs compatible with macbook airs and certainly not at this sort of price.

Edited By: skinrush on Jul 04, 2014 21:51
#19
Richdog
AR2012
SamSamoon96
AR2012
getting more and more interesting for a swap to ssd on my ps3
There's really no point in sticking it in a PS3, would be a waste.


fishmaster
AR2012
getting more and more interesting for a swap to ssd on my ps3

Google it, it's not worth doing.

was thinking sshd but then the cache is a paltry 8GB with seagate. so ill hold off and see where the prices go. No rush the PS3 has a WD Blue 1TB in it already.

All you need is a decent 1TB 7200rmp drive... SSHD and SSD bring little benefit http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-2014-ps4-hard-drive-upgrade-guide

Those are PS4 articles, the PS3 is even more of a waste!
I put a 240GB crucial in my PS4 for a couple of weeks and there really was no tangible benefit to it. I'd go for a 1TB hybrid or 2TB HDD over a SSD for a PS3 or PS4 unless you're absolutely rolling in money.
#20
What about warranty form 2 years or what???? to send germany or in here??? i have samsung 840 pro 256 gb already replaced 3 times in 1 year,if you have powerful good pc those ssd are not stable my pc, i7 4930mx gtx 780m sli 16 gb ram,
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specialoffers
i have samsung 840 pro 256 gb already replaced 3 times in 1 year,if you have powerful good pc those ssd are not stable my pc, i7 4930mx gtx 780m sli 16 gb ram,
If you've had 3 failures in a year, then I'd start looking at problems with your "good PC" rather than blaming the SSDs for being unreliable...
#22
specialoffers
What about warranty form 2 years or what???? to send germany or in here??? i have samsung 840 pro 256 gb already replaced 3 times in 1 year,if you have powerful good pc those ssd are not stable my pc, i7 4930mx gtx 780m sli 16 gb ram,

Sounds like a bad batch, or something with your rig, as Samsung 840's are known as one of the most reliable SSD drives.
#23
doodah7
Not voting either way but it is better to buy the drive off Amazon.de instead and it works out at about £140. I ordered from there last week and it was posted using Royal Mail from Fife in Scotland...

Lucky! Ordered Saturday - they said deliver Tues. Then Sunday they said Wednesday. Dispatched from their depot in MONTELIMAR, France on Monday. Now Wednesday and sitting in their transit depot in GRIMBERGEN, Belgium so goodness knows when they will manage the difficult job of delivering to a large town in the West Midlands!. You can get it at a similar price elsewhere. Suggest you look at alternatives to Amazon, who are far off their old performance.

Update - automated email from Amazon late Weds saying unfortunate delay of at least 2 business days. I've cancelled and got a brand new 512GB M550 from an alternative supplier for LESS than the MX100 with delivery tomorrow. Job done and goodbye Amazon!!


Edited By: Garyilka on Jul 09, 2014 20:39: Update

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