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Drevo 240GB 2.5" SATA3 SSD - £59.99 delivered @ eBay (dinsdale-uk)

£59.99 @ eBay
Cheapest price for a 240GB SSD that I can find at the moment and from a UK-based eBay business seller with good feedback. Despite not being a major brand they are manufactured with Hynix MLC flash an… Read More
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3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago
Cheapest price for a 240GB SSD that I can find at the moment and from a UK-based eBay business seller with good feedback.

Despite not being a major brand they are manufactured with Hynix MLC flash and seem to perform quite well. Looks good as a cheap option to speed up an old laptop or desktop.

Last time one of these drives was posted on HUKD ales197 posted the following CrystalDisk results: http://imgur.com/UKN47Vh and a full review of the drive can be found here: http://www.enostech.com/drevo-x1-240gb-ssd-review/

These are not new drives but used
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3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago
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#1
why cold?
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It's not the flash you have to worry about, it's the firmware and other support.

When these sorts of things were £15+ cheaper they were worth a punt, but at a £5 saving they're not worth the hassle if anything goes wrong. Or even if you just want to sell them and discover there's no secure erase tool available.
#3
these are great drives I have used well over 100 and zero failures or problems
#4
These are used! - will it come with any software to clone my existing HD - how do I go about that?

Edited By: astramondeo on Jun 05, 2017 16:17
#5
£6 more for the AMD ssd drive, plus you're not buying from a character from Monty Python. :D
#6
A used SSD, you have to be joking, these things have a read/write cycle life, you have no idea how much a used SSD has been hammered. Pay the extra and buy new.
#7
astramondeo
These are used! - will it come with any software to clone my existing HD - how do I go about that?

Most available commercial software is **** or at very least overpriced, I would almost always use the free Clonezilla unless I was shrinking a large volume to a smaller drive.
#8
spannerzone
£6 more for the AMD ssd drive, plus you're not buying from a character from Monty Python. :D

AMD drives mostly use Toshiba flash. The newer stuff is pretty good but until quite recently they were surprisingly awful for such a large scale manufacturer. Akin to Seagate's hard drives from 4-5 years ago.

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