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Crucial BX200 960 GB 2.5 inch Solid State Drive @ Amazon for £159.99

£159.99 @ Amazon
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6m, 2d agoFound 6 months, 2 days ago
Cheapest price it's been in a while.

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DonkeyKonk
Anyone thinking of changing a HDD for an SSD and not sure if it is worth it, I would say definitely do it.
I had a laptop I found a real pain to use, so hardly used, until I did the swap last week and now it's probably my favourite way to browse, etc. Everything becomes almost instantaneous, such a big improvement.
Anyone not using an SSD for their main drive should be considered a threat to society, SSD's have been around for years now and at reasonable prices, those that grumble about not needing an SSD should be approached with caution or not at all, sadly it's too late for many but if they're willing to make the life change they'll immedietly become a convert and preach the good news. Luckily many of us took the leap of faith 5 years ago and have never looked back.

SSD is the ultimate religion.

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2 Likes #1
wrong section.. should be on Computer section , not games..

interesting price though ;)
#2
floppydesk
wrong section.. should be on Computer section , not games..
interesting price though ;)

Changed. Thank you. Yes it is, almost all time low for it. 1TB almost for this price is a steal.
1 Like #3
Argh beat me to it. I just posted this in Computers after buying one for myself - I'll delete mine. I've been looking for a great deal for a number of weeks now. A steal!
3 Likes #4
Almost bought. Make sure you read the reviews before buying. The cache can be a problem. Thanks for spotting this anyway.:{
#5
waiting for good 2tb deal....
1 Like #6
toooo
Almost bought. Make sure you read the reviews before buying. The cache can be a problem. Thanks for spotting this anyway.:{

Would of snapped this if I hadn't bought my 500gb samsung 850 EVO at £98. Cracking price.
#7
Good price, heat added.
#8
what's the endurance rating on these?
1 Like #9
"The price of SSD's is going up...." ;)

Voted hot.
#10
Danjw91
toooo
Almost bought. Make sure you read the reviews before buying. The cache can be a problem. Thanks for spotting this anyway.:{
Would of snapped this if I hadn't bought my 500gb samsung 850 EVO at £98. Cracking price.

Where'd you get that from?
1 Like #11
Also the 500gb for 90 quid looks pretty good too...
2 Likes #12
Anyone thinking of changing a HDD for an SSD and not sure if it is worth it, I would say definitely do it.
I had a laptop I found a real pain to use, so hardly used, until I did the swap last week and now it's probably my favourite way to browse, etc. Everything becomes almost instantaneous, such a big improvement.
1 Like #13
Gah, why isn't this the MX300 series drive... would have bought that at this price in a heartbeat. :(
#14
ZainAkib
Danjw91
toooo
Almost bought. Make sure you read the reviews before buying. The cache can be a problem. Thanks for spotting this anyway.:{
Would of snapped this if I hadn't bought my 500gb samsung 850 EVO at £98. Cracking price.
Where'd you get that from?

It was on groupon mate
#15
Danjw91
toooo
Almost bought. Make sure you read the reviews before buying. The cache can be a problem. Thanks for spotting this anyway.:{

Would of snapped this if I hadn't bought my 500gb samsung 850 EVO at £98. Cracking price.


"If only I had a time machine, people who go on past prices"....
#16
One important note is that this is based on crucial's older 2D NAND technology whereas the MX300 in crucial's range is based on the 3D NAND, which is what samsungs latest Evo 850 range is based on. Theoretically 3D is more reliable because charge is less likely to dissipate from NAND cells.

https://www.extremetech.com/computing/211812-planar-nand-flash-is-dead-all-hail-our-new-3d-nand-overlords

Both will be a lot faster than a HDD of course.
#17
How does it compare to the 850 evo?
1 Like #18
Just paid 150 for a 500 evo 3 days ago .. I was desperate lol oO
8 Likes #19
DonkeyKonk
Anyone thinking of changing a HDD for an SSD and not sure if it is worth it, I would say definitely do it.
I had a laptop I found a real pain to use, so hardly used, until I did the swap last week and now it's probably my favourite way to browse, etc. Everything becomes almost instantaneous, such a big improvement.
Anyone not using an SSD for their main drive should be considered a threat to society, SSD's have been around for years now and at reasonable prices, those that grumble about not needing an SSD should be approached with caution or not at all, sadly it's too late for many but if they're willing to make the life change they'll immedietly become a convert and preach the good news. Luckily many of us took the leap of faith 5 years ago and have never looked back.

SSD is the ultimate religion.
#20
Anyone know if this is any good for a late 2009 21.5 mac?
#21
reviewz
Anyone know if this is any good for a late 2009 21.5 mac?
Apples specs say yes. From memory apple only started using non-standard harddrives in their laptops after the 2012 mac pro (the last one with a DVD drive)
https://support.apple.com/kb/sp576?locale=en_GB
1 Like #22
Hopefully the MX300 750GB comes back down in price. I wouldn't mind another.

jc1982
Just paid 150 for a 500 evo 3 days ago .. I was desperate lol oO

Theres still time to send it back.
#23
Bigspin
waiting for good 2tb deal....

Crucial MX300 2tb is a steal at only 475.99
#24
Only 7 left in stock now!
#25
Does anyone know if this will work with a mid 2012 MacBook Pro 13"
1 Like #26
If you're a gamer, which many of you I bet will be, don't focus too much on comparing SATA3 SSD speeds between themselves. Like this vs a Samsung Evo.
It'll make very very little difference, if any that's even noticeable at all. Just get a reliable SATA3 drive and play your games.
#27
tempted but still have not done anything to my sandisk extreme pro

to those who might need one its pretty decently priced for new
#28
SparkyF
Does anyone know if this will work with a mid 2012 MacBook Pro 13"

Shouldn't be a problem. I've upgraded plenty of older Macbooks with SSDs.
#29
Cheap for a reason. If you work at Mcdonalds then go ahead.
#30
imcconvey
Cheap for a reason. If you work at Mcdonalds then go ahead.

Care to say why instead of being insulting?
#31
Looks like it's sold out.
#32
any good for a late 2009 21.5" imac?
I'm sure I've heard something about a thermal connection required otherwise the fans constantly spin at full speed.
#33
was tempted too, they had the Crucial MX300 750gb for £166, got flubit offer of £154, less storage but much better reviews, think I'll go for the MX300
#34
reviewz
Anyone know if this is any good for a late 2009 21.5 mac?
Should be ok. If you go on to their web site it tells you about compatability. I fitted a MX300 about a month ago to my 2009 macbook pro. Has changed my life!!


Edited By: wetny on Dec 26, 2016 15:08
#35
£206!
#36
gowf
Danjw91
toooo
Almost bought. Make sure you read the reviews before buying. The cache can be a problem. Thanks for spotting this anyway.:{
Would of snapped this if I hadn't bought my 500gb samsung 850 EVO at £98. Cracking price.
"If only I had a time machine, people who go on past prices"....

Rich coming from you.... surprised you never voted cold since this was £5 cheaper 6 months ago. Probably did ;).


Edited By: Danjw91 on Dec 26, 2016 15:21: .
#37
andysmoore
"The price of SSD's is going up...." ;)

Voted hot.

Did go up then the sales arrived ;)
#38
But but but Brexit?
#39
Link now showing as £206.16 and from Scan not Amazon. Expire please.
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