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Crucial 512GB SSD M550 SATA £146.99 @ Amazon.co.uk

£146.99 @ Amazon
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banned 1 Like #1
Good price but been £159 at currys so was price seems a bit high I'm waiting until it gets near £100
#2
Pretty hot!
#3
michaelwil7
Good price but been £159 at currys so was price seems a bit high I'm waiting until it gets near £100
currys only do the mx100
1 Like #4
Umm....might see what flubit is saying.
#5
I have the 256gb M.2 version of this in my laptop. So fast to load up
#6
Such an amazing upgrade for any traditional HDD machines. This is a great price.

I've got 480gb in my lappy, I'll be getting a 1tb drive as soon as they're around this price.
#7
hot and still in stock!
#8
Yes ! been watching this for a few days, hoping it would drop to £150 ish. HOT !
#9
Think I will wait for the January sales to get mine
#10
Expired.
#11
Doh missed it
#12
lump
Such an amazing upgrade for any traditional HDD machines.

Indeed. Any machine without a SSD feels broken now, they are just too unresponsive.

Edited By: kingchris on Dec 13, 2014 12:23
#13
TBH Samsung is the way to go with anything these days.
#14
kingchris
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Such an amazing upgrade for any traditional HDD machines.

Indeed. Any machine without a SSD feels broken now, they are just too unresponsive.

I have had great performance increases in laptops with SSHD's. Not as fast as SSD or in as wide of scenarios but still significantly better than HDD and high capacity drives are far more affordable. Only shame is the 2.5" versions with 7200rpm seem to have been discontinued
1 Like #15
seanmorris100
TBH Samsung is the way to go with anything these days.

I would have agreed with you up to a few months ago but I am waiting for Samsung to fix the 840 bug and see if the 840 EVO is a permanent fix or not (see link) before I consider buying another Samsung 'anything'.

Samsung EVO bug


Edited By: HaggleDance on Dec 13, 2014 13:32
#16
HaggleDance
seanmorris100
TBH Samsung is the way to go with anything these days.

I would have agreed with you up to a few months ago but I am waiting for Samsung to fix the 840 bug and see if the 840 EVO is a permanent fix or not (see link) before I consider buying another Samsung 'anything'.

Samsung EVO bug


1 person? I have an Intel ssd but i wouldnt recommend for the price! Although the warranty is good! Speeds are nice and ive never had any problems its just too expensive to recommend over other brands, Intel kinda rob you....

Im always told get Samsung and many people i know have had no problems?
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seanmorris100
HaggleDance
seanmorris100
TBH Samsung is the way to go with anything these days.

I would have agreed with you up to a few months ago but I am waiting for Samsung to fix the 840 bug and see if the 840 EVO is a permanent fix or not (see link) before I consider buying another Samsung 'anything'.

Samsung EVO bug


1 person? I have an Intel ssd but i wouldnt recommend for the price! Although the warranty is good! Speeds are nice and ive never had any problems its just too expensive to recommend over other brands, Intel kinda rob you....

Im always told get Samsung and many people i know have had no problems?

'1 person?'?

Another link if you don't like the other one Samsung EVO bug link 2

Just pointing out the bug but if you are not concerned that's fine.

Edited By: HaggleDance on Dec 13, 2014 14:53
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seanmorris100
HaggleDance
seanmorris100
TBH Samsung is the way to go with anything these days.

I would have agreed with you up to a few months ago but I am waiting for Samsung to fix the 840 bug and see if the 840 EVO is a permanent fix or not (see link) before I consider buying another Samsung 'anything'.

Samsung EVO bug

1 person? Im always told get Samsung and many people i know have had no problems?
Hardly one person as Samsung have released a firmware update to address the issue; hopefully permanently but as it appears over time too early to say for sure.
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seanmorris100
HaggleDance
seanmorris100
TBH Samsung is the way to go with anything these days.

I would have agreed with you up to a few months ago but I am waiting for Samsung to fix the 840 bug and see if the 840 EVO is a permanent fix or not (see link) before I consider buying another Samsung 'anything'.

Samsung EVO bug

1 person? Im always told get Samsung and many people i know have had no problems?
Hardly one person as Samsung have released a firmware update to address the issue; hopefully permanently but as it appears over time too early to say for sure.


I've seen evidence on Reddit that the issue isn't really fixed.

I've also been told by someone I know who works for ARM that the issue with Samsung SSDs is they were trying to be too ambitious with their shrinking of the die. Too much noise apparently.

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