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Crucial MX300 1TB 2.5" SSD (M.2 interface) £228.96 delivered from BT Shop

£228.96 @ BT Shop
Seems like a nice price for a 1TB SSD compatible with the M.2 interface (they're always more expensive than SATA drives). Don't forget to check your motherboard's compatible with an M.2 SSD. This may … Read More
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4m, 4w agoFound 4 months, 4 weeks ago
Seems like a nice price for a 1TB SSD compatible with the M.2 interface (they're always more expensive than SATA drives). Don't forget to check your motherboard's compatible with an M.2 SSD. This may also fit certain Ultrabook models - again, you'll need to check. Base price is £227.98, delivery from £0.98. Possible 2.6% cashback.
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2 Likes #1
Just got my 525Gb from Amazon for £122 delivered, so this is a great price for 1Tb of SSD.. Lightening fast, Windows 10 installed in a few minutes :O
BTW Installed in a Yoga 700 11.6
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Lilmonkey
Just got my 525Gb from Amazon for £122 delivered, so this is a great price for 1Tb of SSD.. Lightening fast, Windows 10 installed in a few minutes :O
BTW Installed in a Yoga 700 11.6
I just got the same drive for around £80 odd from amazon?

Good price for m.2 1tb though, shame about the speeds - this standard is capable of so much more!
4 Likes #3
M.2 sata interface (still SATA speeds)
Not M.2 NVMe (PCI express 3.0 4x speeds)
Also, it's not 2.5", it's 2280 (22mm x 80mm size)

Make sure your notebook or desktop mobo can handle the M.2 SATA if you want this drive, and temper your expectations about speed if you do too. M.2 was made for space saving in ultrabooks, which it does well. NVMe is a newer tech that piggybacked on the M.2 interface, and is usually found on higher end desktop mobos and VERY VERY few notebook mobos.

Edited By: robodan918 on Nov 29, 2016 17:19: clarification
6 Likes #4
The issue is people getting form factor mixed up with interface type/bus.

NVMe is now becoming the norm on higher end laptops and ultras portables, but the interim use of SATA on m.2 connectors has just muddled things up.

All in this isn't a bad price for 1TB, but M.2 NVMe prices will tumble over the next 12 months due to the uptake of the standard in the server/workstation market.
1 Like #5
Very expensive for a SATA SSD.
1 Like #6
Uncommon Sense
The issue is people getting form factor mixed up with interface type/bus.
NVMe is now becoming the norm on higher end laptops and ultras portables, but the interim use of SATA on m.2 connectors has just muddled things up.
All in this isn't a bad price for 1TB, but M.2 NVMe prices will tumble over the next 12 months due to the uptake of the standard in the server/workstation market.

M.2 began with the SATA interface - several years ago. You can thank SATA for M.2 existing.
#7
Anyone know of a cheap mSATA to SATA adapter? Only ones I can find are £65+, at which point I might aswell just buy a new SSD drive.
#8
Waiting for the Samsung Evo 850 to come down. Ok prove for this one I guess.
#9
Danjw91
Waiting for the Samsung Evo 850 to come down. Ok prove for this one I guess.

You might be waiting sometime, it's likely to been phased out before it comes down in price especially in the m.2 form factor.
1 Like #10
Turret
Anyone know of a cheap mSATA to SATA adapter? Only ones I can find are £65+, at which point I might aswell just buy a new SSD drive.

Lycom one for about £13, try this LINK or this ONE


Edited By: Uncommon Sense on Nov 29, 2016 20:29
#11
Uncommon Sense
Danjw91
Waiting for the Samsung Evo 850 to come down. Ok prove for this one I guess.
You might be waiting sometime, it's likely to been phased out before it comes down in price especially in the m.2 form factor.

I'm after the SATA one. I could of got it today for £95 refurbished one but missed out as I was too busy thinking about why I need you spend even more money haha
#12
Uncommon Sense
Turret
Anyone know of a cheap mSATA to SATA adapter? Only ones I can find are £65+, at which point I might aswell just buy a new SSD drive.
Lycom one for about £13, try this LINK or this ONE
Meant to say dual mSATA, but these prices arent bad so might just buy two of them instead. Thanks for that!
#13
Turret
Uncommon Sense
Turret
Anyone know of a cheap mSATA to SATA adapter? Only ones I can find are £65+, at which point I might aswell just buy a new SSD drive.
Lycom one for about £13, try this LINK or this ONE
Meant to say dual mSATA, but these prices arent bad so might just buy two of them instead. Thanks for that!

THISStartech one will do that at less than £40, however there a decent Vantec Dual mSATA I've used before which is only £15-20 but you'll have to get it from eBay or Amazon.com
#14
Danjw91
Waiting for the Samsung Evo 850 to come down. Ok prove for this one I guess.

unlikely to ever happen..
#15
taras
Danjw91
Waiting for the Samsung Evo 850 to come down. Ok prove for this one I guess.
unlikely to ever happen..

Why? It's come down previously in price. Wish I got the refurbished one now for £90 though
#16
is this compatible with the dell e7470

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