Crucial M4 SSD lowest price ever 128gb £127.76 ( £111.76 with TCB cashback) - HotUKDeals
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I think this is the lowest price the M4 SSD has ever been before TCB 15% cashback on SSDs.

Use code Naughty7 for this price.

Both naughty7 and the 15.15% cashback from TopCashBack end on the 31st of January
- chunkylover
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#2
Very hot price. IMO best SSD on market. Great speeds, especially after last firmware upgrade. Highly recommended.
#3
Thanks, just ordered one for my brother as I'm building him a pc in a week. Dose anyone know if these require anything more to do than a hard drive?
#4
Was just about to post this myself, great price. Forgot about TCB but never mind, £1 per GB on this one is great.
#5
msciazko
Very hot price. IMO best SSD on market. Great speeds, especially after last firmware upgrade. Highly recommended.


What did the last firmware upgrade do ?
#6
Drat
My 'bargain' from amazon came two days ago (130 inc bracket)
The TCB rate ends in 4 days
#7
Thanks op been looking at one of these for a while now
#8
OCZ AGility 3 or this
#9
davem
msciazko
Very hot price. IMO best SSD on market. Great speeds, especially after last firmware upgrade. Highly recommended.


What did the last firmware upgrade do ?


Fixed a rare BSOD issue, the one previous to that improved read and write speeds fairly significantly, not that it's noticeable anyway as any SSD is better than a HDD.
1 Like #10
fullmoon
OCZ AGility 3 or this


If you care about your data I would get the m4. If I had to get a Sandforce based drive it would be a Corsair.
#11
davem
msciazko
Very hot price. IMO best SSD on market. Great speeds, especially after last firmware upgrade. Highly recommended.


What did the last firmware upgrade do ?


Fixed an issue that caused BSODs at just over 5000 hours usage. Previous firmware updates have improved speeds, they're now rated at 500Mbs read and 175Mbs write.
#12
£111.76 after cashback is very nice. Just bought A Dell u2412m too so it's going to be an expensive month for me!

Ordered! - Thanks OP

Edited By: davem on Jan 27, 2012 15:56: .
#13
A.Fudge
Thanks, just ordered one for my brother as I'm building him a pc in a week. Dose anyone know if these require anything more to do than a hard drive?


should just be a case of plug in and away you go. you might want to check that trim is working once you get windows installed.
#14
That's great thanks Zurich.
#15
just saw the deal and ended up buying one. Oh. well. I should've looked at HUKD.
Thanks OP
#16
Great deal, just bought one from Amazon as well :(
#17
zurich
A.Fudge
Thanks, just ordered one for my brother as I'm building him a pc in a week. Dose anyone know if these require anything more to do than a hard drive?


should just be a case of plug in and away you go. you might want to check that trim is working once you get windows installed.


How do i check pls?
3 Likes #18
fullmoon
OCZ AGility 3 or this

This is better in every way.
#19
Now showing as £137.93 (minus cashback)
2 Likes #20
zhanif
Now showing as £137.93 (minus cashback)


Someone didn't read the description.
2 Likes #21
Right, money where your mouth is time techheads. Everyone's been whinging about how expensive a GOOD solid state is. This seems very affordable and good value for money if you're in the market for one.
#22
Hot, code works on the 64gb too for a good price.
#23
Cheers, went for the 64gb version.
#24
Would be interested to read how their ssd's are partitioned? For example, with Win7 c: 50GB and the remaining allocated to d drive where the program apps are installed (MSO10, DVDfab)... Thanks.
#26
Excellent price.
#27
Daniel_Saeed
Would be interested to read how their ssd's are partitioned? For example, with Win7 c: 50GB and the remaining allocated to d drive where the program apps are installed (MSO10, DVDfab)... Thanks.


What do you mean? You can partition the drive however you like.
#28
HUKD link takes you to this part number: CT1942433

I've just bought this part number: CT128M4SSD2 which was the choice given to me when selecting my motherboard.

I'm guessing they are both the same drive but with different part numbers for difference manufactures.
#29
Doh, 24 hours too late for me as I ordered a 128GB Corsair Performance Pro yesterday from scan (delivered and fitted today). Never mind! :-)
#30
Paid £140 for this last week from Amazon. Best upgrade I ever did on my laptop.
#31
15% cashback also available with Quidco.

Got one to upgrade my HUKD-sourced Kingston 96GB which has sat in its packaging for the last few months... Wonder if I'll get round to installing this one before the next deal comes along! ;)
#32
Brilliant drive, i bought one when they first came out (£180). Been absolutely rock solid!
#33
In fact tempted to get the 256GB which will be around £210 if the cashback tracks
#34
ukdealee
15% cashback also available with Quidco.

Got one to upgrade my HUKD-sourced Kingston 96GB which has sat in its packaging for the last few months... Wonder if I'll get round to installing this one before the next deal comes along! ;)

Yup same on quido - thanks to both posters if it tracks £108.60 for a 128 M4 is a cracking price I couldn't ignore, have a 64GB M4 in another machine and it is one of the better investments for pc kit I have made :D
#35
Daniel_Saeed
Would be interested to read how their ssd's are partitioned? For example, with Win7 c: 50GB and the remaining allocated to d drive where the program apps are installed (MSO10, DVDfab)... Thanks.


Actually partitioning at all is almost a worthless in most cases, and on a 128 GB drive it just gets silly.



Edited By: sigma on Jan 27, 2012 16:37: * Please remain courteous to your fellow members
#36
Quidco pays out 15% before VAT, but says using a voucher code will result in cashback being declined - be careful this doesn't happen with tcb too.

[Edit] I just checked, and tcb makes no mention of voucher codes (either to not use them, or listing compatible ones). You have been warned, though £127.76 is good anyway.

Edited By: BlueDan on Jan 27, 2012 16:55
#37
BlueDan
Quidco pays out 15% before VAT, but says using a voucher code will result in cashback being declined - be careful this doesn't happen with tcb too.

[Edit] I just checked, and tcb makes no mention of voucher codes (either to not use them, or listing compatible ones). You have been warned, though £127.76 is good anyway.

Quidco tracked fine for me using the Crucial 7% off voucher.
#38
Purchased but went through Quidco. Great price even if i doesn't track. Incredible price if the cash back pays too though!
#39
256 GB version work out at £248.15 - great price but I am saving for the new GPU.
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fullmoon
zurich
A.Fudge
Thanks, just ordered one for my brother as I'm building him a pc in a week. Dose anyone know if these require anything more to do than a hard drive?


should just be a case of plug in and away you go. you might want to check that trim is working once you get windows installed.


How do i check pls?


Run a command prompt (cmd, must run as admin), then type: fsutil behavior query DisableDeleteNotify

If the result is '0' TRIM is enabled.

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