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Integral 120GB V Series 2.5" Sata III 6Gbps SSD £24.99 @ mymemory.co.uk

£24.99 @ MyMemory
NOTE: THIS PRODUCT IS RESTRICTED TO ONE PER CUSTOMER. The Integral V Series SSD offers great performance, reliability and value. It is ideal for use in desktops and laptops where you are looking to… Read More
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
NOTE: THIS PRODUCT IS RESTRICTED TO ONE PER CUSTOMER.

The Integral V Series SSD offers great performance, reliability and value. It is ideal for use in desktops and laptops where you are looking to boost the speed of an older computer by replacing the hard drive with a Solid State Drive. The V Series will deliver faster data read/write speeds along with low power operation - extending the battery life of your laptop.

Cheapest price i can find for a 120Gb SSD at the current time.

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#1
Cheers :D
#2
This will get smokin hot. Thx OP.
#3
Damn it you posted after I bought the Crucial SSD xD may consider cancelling and buying this, need to save a bit of money.
1 Like #4
Need it? Nope. Ordered? Yep!
#5
is this basically a hard drive which will fit in a desktop computer or is it best suited to laptops?
1 Like #6
shuggyyadobber
is this basically a hard drive which will fit in a desktop computer or is it best suited to laptops?

Either.
#7
crazyhorse
shuggyyadobber
is this basically a hard drive which will fit in a desktop computer or is it best suited to laptops?
Either.

cool
2 Likes #8
Finally...I've been waiting for a cheap OS/boot drive for an occasional use machine for a while now.
2 Likes #9
This will be a lovely replacement for my 40GB hard disk boot drive from CEX.
9 Likes #10
Need it? No. Bought one? Yes.
#11
Never bought from mymemory, are they ok? As been looking for a small ssd deal
1 Like #12
miaas
Never bought from mymemory, are they ok? As been looking for a small ssd deal

When they last had a £25 SSD deal I ordered 5 (all separate orders) with no problems whatsoever.
1 Like #13
miaas
Never bought from mymemory, are they ok? As been looking for a small ssd deal


they're fine - i bought this same drive from them a few weeks back and it's working brilliantly as a boot drive for windows 10. my pc runs silently if i'm just nosing around the net
1 Like #14
Hot! Thanks, been waiting all weekend for a cheap ssd drive.
#15
needed - yes my 5y old crucial (recon when bought) ssd has been reporting enough failures that my computer will not cleanly shut down fro the last 3 months.
#16
joolt
miaas
Never bought from mymemory, are they ok? As been looking for a small ssd deal
When they last had a £25 SSD deal I ordered 5 (all separate orders) with no problems whatsoever.

For the 5 orders, did you have to use different emails?
#17
grabbed one first thing when the email dropped, I need a dirt cheap stop-gap.
great price
*waits for pedantic kill-joy to come in and start talking slow transfer rates etc etc...*
#18
Great price for a boot drive upgrade. I came here to list it but you'd beaten me to it.

It's going to get rather warm in here methinks! :D
#19
Hot hot hot!

Got myself a bargain refurbished hp elitebook 8470p with i5-3380m & 8gb ram & was after a cheap small capacity ssd to get it running even faster.

This fits the bill perfectly.

Thanks for posting!
#20
Fantastic deal - Heat!!!
#21
How long does delivery from mymemory usually take?
#22
Nice price
#23
I've ordered a new Dell Inspiron laptop which has 1tb hdd 5400rpm... Could I buy this ssd and replace the drive? If so, how easy / difficult is it? I've never done anything like that before, I'm not a computer expert unfortunately :( any help is greatly appreciated!
#24
Trebor_omatic
How long does delivery from mymemory usually take?

the free delivery has took a few weeks in past for me
#25
Excellent.
#26
nabeel6235
I've ordered a new Dell Inspiron laptop which has 1tb hdd 5400rpm... Could I buy this ssd and replace the drive? If so, how easy / difficult is it? I've never done anything like that before, I'm not a computer expert unfortunately :( any help is greatly appreciated!

Yes. Take the old one out and slip this in.
#27
Great price, ssd drives seemed to have shot up in price, I remember over a year ago they dropped so much in price, then seemed try have crept up, bit this send an excellent price.
3 Likes #28
Damn HEAT, feels like brexit never happened :p

Edited By: hamzahuk on Nov 28, 2016 11:09
#29
Cheers just what i need fpr my new build
#30
Excellent, just put in a new power supply and a 750ti into an old pc. Ill get the HD cloned and work from there. Cheers
1 Like #31
nabeel6235
I've ordered a new Dell Inspiron laptop which has 1tb hdd 5400rpm... Could I buy this ssd and replace the drive? If so, how easy / difficult is it? I've never done anything like that before, I'm not a computer expert unfortunately :( any help is greatly appreciated!

ellessdee
nabeel6235
I've ordered a new Dell Inspiron laptop which has 1tb hdd 5400rpm... Could I buy this ssd and replace the drive? If so, how easy / difficult is it? I've never done anything like that before, I'm not a computer expert unfortunately :( any help is greatly appreciated!
Yes. Take the old one out and slip this in.

You'll have to also use a data migration tool or make a recovery image and boot disk of Windows 10 to restore from.
#32
An absolutely smashing deal, bought one for a new build I'll be doing soon.
#33
Got one of these for my Playstation 3 12GB a while back at this price - does the job nicely :)
#34
nabeel6235
I've ordered a new Dell Inspiron laptop which has 1tb hdd 5400rpm... Could I buy this ssd and replace the drive? If so, how easy / difficult is it? I've never done anything like that before, I'm not a computer expert unfortunately :( any help is greatly appreciated!

Replacing the drive should be simple (there's usually a bay to hold it which should be easily accessible) . Getting Windows onto the new drive is trickier: If your Dell comes with a recovery disk you could use that. You could also backup the current install using the built in Windows back up (you should use an external drive for that) and create a recovery disk too to use with that. Other alternatives are using clone software to keep the install exactly as is. However, this drive is a lot smaller in capacity than 1tb, so the existing install cannot exceed that. Assuming your Laptop won't have too much on it when it arrives though that shouldn't be an issue.

If the laptop is Windows 10 I'm not sure if the activation will still hold after changing the drive (never replaced a windows 10 one yet, but never had issues cloning/migrating Windows 7 to a new drive). If that is an issue the OEM key that should come with the laptop (sticker on the base usually) ought to be enough to deal with that.

Edited By: noodler on Nov 28, 2016 11:47
#35
https://www.mymemory.co.uk/Top-50

This link was showing 16GB USB free with £10 purchase..So i spoke to live chat and they honored the deal. :)
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nabeel6235
I've ordered a new Dell Inspiron laptop which has 1tb hdd 5400rpm... Could I buy this ssd and replace the drive? If so, how easy / difficult is it? I've never done anything like that before, I'm not a computer expert unfortunately :( any help is greatly appreciated!

it's dead simple. you can google and find loads of guides inside, sometimes specific to your model.

I would suggest starting by shrinking the partition on your current drive down to just under the size of the SSD, for example 100gb (as if the drive is new it shouldn't have much data), using something like easus partition manager free. and then if you get a USB caddy for about £5 on ebay, stick the SSD in that, use some other free easus software to clone your old drive to the new one (again look for guides online). then remove old drive, stick in SSD and it should boot. then use easus partition manager to increase the partition to the maximum size

that saves having to make an image and/or reinstall. that's how I usually do it

then you can stick the 1tb drive in the USB caddy and use it as an external drive. just make a new partition and use the new partition as storage space and the OS partition is still there so if things go wrong you can swap drives back again and the laptop will boot from the 1tb drive
1 Like #37
Another purchase I didn't need to make. I love and hate this website all at the same time! Thanks OP.
Don't forget 4.6% Top Cashback / 4.4% Quidco.

Edited By: TheGavster on Nov 28, 2016 11:58
#38
s4vvy
https://www.mymemory.co.uk/Top-50
This link was showing 16GB USB free with £10 purchase..So i spoke to live chat and they honored the deal. :)

I just asked about that, sadly it only applies to people that ordered yesterday, it was a Black Friday deal that was extended to Sunday, it isn't valid for anyone that has made a purchase today.
#39
A0000C
joolt
miaas
Never bought from mymemory, are they ok? As been looking for a small ssd deal
When they last had a £25 SSD deal I ordered 5 (all separate orders) with no problems whatsoever.
For the 5 orders, did you have to use different emails?

No - there was no restriction on them then. I just happened to order each individually due to cashflow issues
#40
FINALLY a 120GB SSD deal - ordered a couple on seperate orders.

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