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Intel SSD 320 160GB 2.5inch final price £216.99 with discount code @ Pixmania

£216.99 @ Pixmania
Best price for the SSD ( i managed to find) Original price of 219.99 and use code: 3JITUK to get 5% off.. Not crazy deal but best possible value. Postage costs: 8GBP Fina…
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5y, 9m agoFound 5 years, 9 months ago
Best price for the SSD
( i managed to find)
Original price of 219.99 and
use code:

3JITUK

to get 5% off..
Not crazy deal but best possible value.

Postage costs: 8GBP

Final Price: £ 216.99
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#1
I guess as its pixmania and that a lot of people will start kicking off about GB/per £ ratio this will be voted cold.

I for one have a 60GB SSD Vertex2 cost me £120 not so long ago and cant recommend SSD's enough.

Have some heat but dont expect it to last ;)
#2
thnkz for the reply..
1st post.. just gave it a shot...

SSD is quite hard to find in a nice price...
Damn it :)
#3
ps if the final price is £216.99 change that otherwise this will go sub-zero!
#4
No chance anyone saying this is too small! Lower than the average price for SSD performance, but personally, a bit to rich for me. Good spot though, so have a little heat.
#5
3% quidco.

Also, it might be possible to push the basket over £220 so you can use the discount code "PIXUKJUNE6"(£6 off a £220 spend).
However I don't know whether the £220 threshold is goods price alone, or goods price+delivery.

:edit:

Appears you can't use more than 1 discount code per order, and the £220 threshold is pre-vat price of goods only :(
Still, the 3% quidco might pay out.

Edited By: TehJumpingJawa on Jun 07, 2011 14:51: ...
#6
Much better than the X25-M?

I have the 80GB in my notebook at the moment.
Nowhere near as incredibly fast as when it was in my desktop, I guessing the CPU is too much of a bottleneck to see a major difference; may switch back to mechanical.
#7
It's now £208.99, very good price, voted hot.
#8
what is the read and write ive just bought a corsair 120gb 550meg read and 510meg write
#9
This is SATA II drive, Read/Write 270/165.
#10
well cold from me
#11
will65mcmanus
well cold from me


And how much did you pay for yours?
#12
will65mcmanus
what is the read and write ive just bought a corsair 120gb 550meg read and 510meg write

If it's Force Series 3, there's a recall released today and visit Corsair Support Forums for details.

Edited By: cojack on Jun 07, 2011 20:26
#13
BEEN ON THE FORUM AND SEEN NOTHING
#14
I'm not sure whether I can post any links, but in order to help a fellow member I take the risk of being reprimanded.
Here you go: http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=95688
#15
CHEERS M8 MUCH APPRECIATED , DIDNT REALISE THAT JUST GOT THE BLOODY THING THIS MORNING
#16
will65mcmanus
CHEERS M8 MUCH APPRECIATED , DIDNT REALISE THAT JUST GOT THE BLOODY THING THIS MORNING

No worries and good luck.
#17
I am aware of better Read And Write Speeds from Corsair and OCZ..

My main factor was reliability and encryption..
Based on Other website reviews, Intel has the smallest rate failure.

Hope that helps.

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