HYNIX 500GB SSD Hardrive HFS500G32TND-N1A2A only £126.49 / £131.28 collect from local shops del or free c+c @ SCAN.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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HYNIX 500GB SSD Hardrive HFS500G32TND-N1A2A only £126.49 / £131.28 collect from local shops del or free c+c @ SCAN.co.uk

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OK, I spotted this whilst purchasing the brilliant deal on the 5 x SD Cards for less than £20.. Hynix 500gb SSD, i have no idea on reliability etc so please add your views as usual but spec see…
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1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
OK, I spotted this whilst purchasing the brilliant deal on the 5 x SD Cards for less than £20..

Hynix 500gb SSD, i have no idea on reliability etc so please add your views as usual but spec seems really good for the price.

Specifications

Capacity 500GB
Edition SL308
Form Factor 2.5"
Height 7 mm
Interface SATA III - 6Gb/s
Host Controller Interface
Controller
Flash Memory Type TLC
Max. Read 560 MB/s
Max. Write 490 MB/s
DRAM Cache Memory N/A
DRAM Cache Memory Type
Max. Random Read 4K 100K IOPS
Max. Random Write 4K 85K IOPS
Latency N/A
Special Features
Power Consumption (active) 2.3
Max. Endurance Rating
MTBF 1.5 million hours
Max. Operating Vibration 20G
Max. Non-operating Vibration 20G
Max. Operating Shock 1500G
Max. Non-operating Shock 1500G
Connectivity 1 x SATA III - 6Gb/s
OS Support
Bracket N/A
Package Type Retail

Free collect from their Bolton store, £4.79 delivery to a local drop off point giving a total of £131.28 or delivery to your door for a ridiculous £11.50 (how much !).

Any views appreciated as I'm thinking of upgrading myself.
Thanks..
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#1
My 250GB version of this drive was £45 about a year ago - are these going up in price?
#2
seems a bit steep....
#3
QuickProfits
My 250GB version of this drive was £45 about a year ago - are these going up in price?

No idea but I couldn't find a cheaper 500gb drive myself..
#4
QuickProfits
My 250GB version of this drive was £45 about a year ago - are these going up in price?

Yes, there is an expected SSD chip shortage in 2017
#5
Wanted to add that two weeks ago Windows started giving me constant warnings saying that my hard disk is going to fail.
1 Like #6
trizinger28
QuickProfits
My 250GB version of this drive was £45 about a year ago - are these going up in price?
No idea but I couldn't find a cheaper 500gb drive myself..

https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/552/Samsung-750-EVO-inch-Solid-State-Drive/B01G844L88?th=1:p
#7
why would you buy this over the crucial mx300 525gb from amazon for £116?
#8
ritz123
why would you buy this over the crucial mx300 525gb from amazon for £116?
He wanted 500GB drive :p
1 Like #9
QuickProfits
Wanted to add that two weeks ago Windows started giving me constant warnings saying that my hard disk is going to fail.
No disrespect intended but i've never heard of Windows saying that your hard disk is gong to fail.... that seems very much like a virus to me..
#10
ritz123
why would you buy this over the crucial mx300 525gb from amazon for £116?
I wouldn't.. :|
#12
This is not that hot. Hynix a decent brand (Hyundai electronics) also responsible for drevo brand I think. But it's not cheap compared to a crucial mx300 which at full price is still cheaper and which has the nice 3D VNAND structure like the Samsung 850.

It's a cold from me.
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trizinger28
QuickProfits
Wanted to add that two weeks ago Windows started giving me constant warnings saying that my hard disk is going to fail.
No disrespect intended but i've never heard of Windows saying that your hard disk is gong to fail.... that seems very much like a virus to me..

Usually it's the other way for me, Windows saying "everything's fine, nothing to worry about" then when I finally get some SMART data out of it it's all 'Reallocated sectors: 90% of the disk is broken'.

Edited By: CampGareth on Jan 05, 2017 17:01
#14
CampGareth
trizinger28
QuickProfits
Wanted to add that two weeks ago Windows started giving me constant warnings saying that my hard disk is going to fail.
No disrespect intended but i've never heard of Windows saying that your hard disk is gong to fail.... that seems very much like a virus to me..
Usually it's the other way for me, Windows saying "everything's fine, nothing to worry about" then when I finally get some SMART data out of it it's all 'Reallocated sectors: 90% of the disk is broken'.
LOL typical windows eh.. oh the joys..
#15
trizinger28
QuickProfits
Wanted to add that two weeks ago Windows started giving me constant warnings saying that my hard disk is going to fail.
No disrespect intended but i've never heard of Windows saying that your hard disk is gong to fail.... that seems very much like a virus to me..

YOu never heard of that? I have seen if at least three times in failing drives in the past.
#16
trizinger28
QuickProfits
Wanted to add that two weeks ago Windows started giving me constant warnings saying that my hard disk is going to fail.
No disrespect intended but i've never heard of Windows saying that your hard disk is gong to fail.... that seems very much like a virus to me..

I'm talking about this
https://www.techchore.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/windows-detected-hard-disk-problem2.png
I have disabled it from notifying me, theres nothing important on that system.

Edited By: QuickProfits on Jan 06, 2017 15:11
#17
trizinger28
QuickProfits
Wanted to add that two weeks ago Windows started giving me constant warnings saying that my hard disk is going to fail.
No disrespect intended but i've never heard of Windows saying that your hard disk is gong to fail.... that seems very much like a virus to me..
Event viewer will show errors if it can't write to the disk properly
#18
Sorry, I made a mistake, the drive in the failing system is Sandisk 120gb.

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