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Crucial MX200 500GB SATA 2.5 Inch Internal Solid State Drive SSD £85.18 on amazon

£85.18 @ Amazon
Cheapest it has ever been. The Crucial MX200 delivers 550 MB/s sequential reads on both compressible and incompressible data, and outperforms a typical hard drive by 400 MB/s. Even better, the perf… Read More
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10m, 6d agoFound 10 months, 6 days ago
Cheapest it has ever been.

The Crucial MX200 delivers 550 MB/s sequential reads on both compressible and incompressible data, and outperforms a typical hard drive by 400 MB/s. Even better, the performance doesn’t let up, as the Crucial MX200 posts an endurance rating that’s up to 5 times greater than a typical client SSD. Competing SSDs typically rely on a fixed cache of multi-level cell flash memory, which allows you to write sequential data at published specs, but only for so long. Our industry-leading Dynamic Write Acceleration technology solves this problem by using an adaptable pool of high speed, single-level cell flash memory for consistently fast performance that doesn’t let up. Our engineers created RAIN technology to protect your data at the component level, similar to how RAID is used with multiple hard drives. This technology increases the security and protection of your data to a level that’s rarely seen in consumer-class SSDs. Keep personal files and sensitive information secure from hackers and thieves with AES 256-bit encryption– the same grade used by banks and hospitals. The Crucial MX200 meets or exceeds all industry encryption standards, including Microsoft eDrive, IEEE-1667, and TCG Opal 2.0.

Box Contains

1 x Crucial box

2.5-inch (7mm) SSD

9.5mm adapter bracket

Acronis True Image HD software certificate for free data transfer
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#2
Don't need it... Tempted
#3
it is a really good price. It is the first time it dropped under £100.
#4
Just on time I need one. Ordered, thanks OP ;)

Edited By: loukandr on Sep 15, 2016 07:11
#5
Black Friday becking
#6
Thanks I'll take one
#7
2 years ago I bought the MX100 512gb for ~£165. How times have changed!

Edited By: alexmtmorgan on Sep 15, 2016 08:17: Word
#8
Great deal for a larger capacity ssd, reputable brand, reputable seller. Thank you, I have bought.
Yes, Heat added.

Edited By: oneladyowner on Sep 15, 2016 08:19
#9
£146.28?????????
1 Like #10
Gone. Now kind of wishing I had gone for it haha
#11
Deal seems to have now gone?.
#12
love how the description "Competing SSDs typically rely on a fixed cache of multi-level cell flash memory, which allows you to write sequential data at published specs, but only for so long." takes a dump all over there bx200 series which uses this same technique and is typically slated for having poor speeds when transferring files larger than the cache.

however this drive is decent for the money so hot from me :{
#13
oneladyowner
Deal seems to have now gone?.

Indeed.. I should have bought one rather than think about it. Oh well I'm in no major hurry.
1 Like #14
alexmtmorgan
2 years ago I bought the MX100 512gb for ~£165. How times have changed!
6 years ago I bought OCZ Vertex 2 60GB for £100. 8)
#15
Another missed glitch.:(
3 Likes #16
Glacc
alexmtmorgan
2 years ago I bought the MX100 512gb for ~£165. How times have changed!
6 years ago I bought OCZ Vertex 2 60GB for £100. 8)

Many years ago, my mate bought a 1GB HDD for £500 and thought he would never need anything bigger.
#17
Glacc
alexmtmorgan
2 years ago I bought the MX100 512gb for ~£165. How times have changed!
6 years ago I bought OCZ Vertex 2 60GB for £100. 8)
got a 32mb SD card for more than that sometime ago and I was over the moon when the year after I could get the 64mb at the same price
1 Like #18
veedubjai
Another missed glitch.:(


Not a glitch. Just limited numbers at this price. Only two left when I jumped on it. I doubt that prices will quite hit £75 on black Friday like last year and then only for the likes of the BX series, if it does.
3 Likes #19
alexmtmorgan
2 years ago I bought the MX100 512gb for ~£165. How times have changed!

Back in 1986 ....i paid £130 to upgrade my Atari ST from 512k to 1Mb......

Your heard right £130 for 512k of memory....LOL
#20
alexmtmorgan
2 years ago I bought the MX100 512gb for ~£165. How times have changed!

Glacc
alexmtmorgan
2 years ago I bought the MX100 512gb for ~£165. How times have changed!
6 years ago I bought OCZ Vertex 2 60GB for £100. 8)

Bargain!
7years ago I bought an Intel X25-M 80GB for £220. Moved it over to the TV media centre but still going strong :)
#21
this was on the warehouse for £77 so I got it for £61 after 20% off. not sure how much of a risk this is.
#22
My father bought a vhs player for £1000 in the early 80s
#23
Received today !.
Thanks again "mutton".

Edited By: oneladyowner on Sep 24, 2016 00:01

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