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Integral 120GB V Series 2.5" Sata III 6Gbps SSD £29.99 @ MyMemory

£29.99 @ MyMemory
It's been a bit cheaper before but this is the cheapest right now. £30 is a good price for a 120GB drive right now so if you need one, consider this. Plenty of size for a boot drive, you should… Read More
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8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago
It's been a bit cheaper before but this is the cheapest right now.

£30 is a good price for a 120GB drive right now so if you need one, consider this.

Plenty of size for a boot drive, you should have an SSD in a modern desktop, laptop.

Read up to 540MB/s, Write up to 370MB/s

Manufacturers site inc. spec sheet & manufacturer warranty 3yr:
http://www.integralmemory.com/product/v-series-sata-iii-2.5-inch-solid-state-ssd-performance-value

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29 Likes
edmundajwilliams
pssssst! Brexit hasn't happened yet...

Tell that to the pound X)
18 Likes
Was 25£ before brexit lol
12 Likes
FearOne
Was 25£ before brexit lol


Give it a rest ffs.

Was also the P version

Edited By: ando on Nov 04, 2016 20:25
9 Likes
soton26
Is that the genuine reason why SSD prices are pretty poor lately, cos of Brexit?

Pound fell by more than 20%

U do the math
7 Likes
matedodgy
I really can't see any use for this device. 120gb isn't big enough for a C drive for the OS in my opinion; not if you don't always want to be worried about filling it up. And it's only good for two AAA titles at 60gb each.


120gb is more than enough for an OS, what you on?

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#1
why has this been voted cold?
3 Likes #2
2 Likes #3
been looking for a decent SSD to install as a boot drive as Windows 10 seems to take forever to get going so this will do nicely. Heated from me :)
1 Like #4
Great price.

Heated.
#5
ffs .. went through TCB, clicked to complete the order and it went through card verification and bounced it with a "Not Found" error and yet still took the bloody money without actually completing the order as it's still sitting in the basket.
#6
Great
1 Like #7
Got this delivered yesterday. Swapped a wd blue 1tb out as only used 30gb of it and even though my lenovo laptop has i5 and 8gb ram it was sluggish on win 10 but it flies now. The difference is amazing. I was sceptical that they made much difference but they do so much. It boots form cold in around 5 seconds too.
2 Likes #8
If anybody's in two minds about going for one of these, just buy it. Speed tests compare favourably to Samsung 850 Evos, unless you're dealing with very large file transfers of course. Well worth £30 if you're in the market for a small SSD.
18 Likes #9
Was 25£ before brexit lol
4 Likes #10
will be £40 or so next year when inflation hits us
12 Likes #11
FearOne
Was 25£ before brexit lol


Give it a rest ffs.

Was also the P version

Edited By: ando on Nov 04, 2016 20:25
#12
Wow what a bargain! I don't need one and am tempted :D:D:D:D

Must resist. Voted hot.
3 Likes #13
FearOne
Was 25£ before brexit lol
I got mine for £22.30 after cashback a few months ago. A steal at that price but still good value at £30, especially post-Brexit.
1 Like #14
daveroy
FearOne
Was 25£ before brexit lol
I got mine for £22.30 after cashback a few months ago. A steal at that price but still good value at £30, especially post-Brexit.


Was also the P version you.........
1 Like #15
ando
daveroy
FearOne
Was 25£ before brexit lol
I got mine for £22.30 after cashback a few months ago. A steal at that price but still good value at £30, especially post-Brexit.
Was also the P version you.........
Ah yes that would have been the P series. Brain fart on my part there. Not sure how much I paid for the V series, but my recommendation still stands. Both are excellent drives for the price.
#16
They also have the 240gb version for £55. I need one but can't decide which to get? Never fitted one before so hopefully will be fairly straightforward
#17
futura
They also have the 240gb version for £55. I need one but can't decide which to get? Never fitted one before so hopefully will be fairly straightforward


Simple to fit and a doddle to clone the existing hard drive so no reinstalling
#18
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futura
They also have the 240gb version for £55. I need one but can't decide which to get? Never fitted one before so hopefully will be fairly straightforward


Simple to fit and a doddle to clone the existing hard drive so no reinstalling


that's good to know - didn't fancy fannying around doing a mass re-install
1 Like #20
is the v version the new one, why's it slower that the p
4 Likes #21
pssssst! Brexit hasn't happened yet...
1 Like #22
Thanks OP, wanted one for a recent desktop purchase.
29 Likes #23
edmundajwilliams
pssssst! Brexit hasn't happened yet...

Tell that to the pound X)
#24
HankHandsome
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futura
They also have the 240gb version for £55. I need one but can't decide which to get? Never fitted one before so hopefully will be fairly straightforward


Simple to fit and a doddle to clone the existing hard drive so no reinstalling


that's good to know - didn't fancy fannying around doing a mass re-install


Just download macrium reflex free. Plug ssd into an external enclosure and hit clone. You just choose all or whichever partitions you want to clone and then the ssd as target and thats it. Just swap drives and turn on.
#25
whats people opinions on the 480gb p version ?
A weak pound is great for us in euroland:)
#26
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HankHandsome
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futura
They also have the 240gb version for £55. I need one but can't decide which to get? Never fitted one before so hopefully will be fairly straightforward


Simple to fit and a doddle to clone the existing hard drive so no reinstalling


that's good to know - didn't fancy fannying around doing a mass re-install


Just download macrium reflex free. Plug ssd into an external enclosure and hit clone. You just choose all or whichever partitions you want to clone and then the ssd as target and thats it. Just swap drives and turn on.


Does this in any way affect performance? I usually go the fresh install route to avoid problems but having to reinstall everything is a hassle.
#27
HankHandsome
ffs .. went through TCB, clicked to complete the order and it went through card verification and bounced it with a "Not Found" error and yet still took the bloody money without actually completing the order as it's still sitting in the basket.

Same thing happened to me. Not very professional way to handle a transaction. This is the first time I have this happening to me, and I've been shopping from all over the world. Terrible experience at mymemory.
1 Like #28
Ordered one as a spare SSD in case one of my others fails. Thanks OP
2 Likes #29
Dar22
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HankHandsome
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futura
They also have the 240gb version for £55. I need one but can't decide which to get? Never fitted one before so hopefully will be fairly straightforward
Simple to fit and a doddle to clone the existing hard drive so no reinstalling
that's good to know - didn't fancy fannying around doing a mass re-install
Just download macrium reflex free. Plug ssd into an external enclosure and hit clone. You just choose all or whichever partitions you want to clone and then the ssd as target and thats it. Just swap drives and turn on.
Does this in any way affect performance? I usually go the fresh install route to avoid problems but having to reinstall everything is a hassle.
Clean install will always be best (although updating can be a hassle and occasional validation issues). But depends how clean a system you run I guess. I don't think the performance difference would be noticeable either way.

If you do find yourself reinstalling check out Ninite. Might save you a bit of time with some common programs.

Edited By: Chrrye on Nov 04, 2016 22:34
1 Like #30
Dar22
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HankHandsome
submerged
futura
They also have the 240gb version for £55. I need one but can't decide which to get? Never fitted one before so hopefully will be fairly straightforward


Simple to fit and a doddle to clone the existing hard drive so no reinstalling


that's good to know - didn't fancy fannying around doing a mass re-install


Just download macrium reflex free. Plug ssd into an external enclosure and hit clone. You just choose all or whichever partitions you want to clone and then the ssd as target and thats it. Just swap drives and turn on.


Does this in any way affect performance? I usually go the fresh install route to avoid problems but having to reinstall everything is a hassle.


I did a clean install around 6 weeks ago so it was running sweet anyhow. If your system is running well I can't see a reason to do a clean install myself. Took less than an hour Inc changing drives which is not the simplest of tasks on this yoga laptop as no simple cover to get at the hard drive.
#31
Is that the genuine reason why SSD prices are pretty poor lately, cos of Brexit?
#32
Should say no performance issues. It's just plain fast and better than it's ever been. It's around 12 month old and got it for my teenage son last Christmas but he just bought an n22 chromebook as he was fed up with its sluggishness. He gave it to me and even after clean install it annoyed me. Not now it's got ssd in it though.
#33
Excellent will do for my shiny new HD51 i received today

Thanks OP
1 Like #34
HankHandsome
ffs .. went through TCB, clicked to complete the order and it went through card verification and bounced it with a "Not Found" error and yet still took the bloody money without actually completing the order as it's still sitting in the basket.


It hasn't taken the money just preauth'd it, it'll probably resolve it overnight tonight
4 Likes #35
V series
- Read up to 540MB/s, Write up to 370MB/s
P series
Read up to 565MB/s*; Write up to 420MB/s*
or Read up to 515MB/s; Write up to 470MB/s depending on which spec you believe
So it costs more than the 23.99 p series and maybe slower read and slower Write
Meh
Thanks Brexit.
#36
I got the p one for my daughters laptop wish it would go that cheap again need another now
9 Likes #37
soton26
Is that the genuine reason why SSD prices are pretty poor lately, cos of Brexit?

Pound fell by more than 20%

U do the math
#38
I really can't see any use for this device. 120gb isn't big enough for a C drive for the OS in my opinion; not if you don't always want to be worried about filling it up. And it's only good for two AAA titles at 60gb each.
2 Likes #39
ando
FearOne
Was 25£ before brexit lol
Give it a rest ffs.
Was also the P version

Oooh touchy!

(PS I don't give a flying duck about brexit)
7 Likes #40
matedodgy
I really can't see any use for this device. 120gb isn't big enough for a C drive for the OS in my opinion; not if you don't always want to be worried about filling it up. And it's only good for two AAA titles at 60gb each.


120gb is more than enough for an OS, what you on?

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