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http://www.intel.com/design/flash/nand/value/overview.htm

Good drives for entry into the SSD market.

For reviews, you can read about the Kingston drives, which are the Intel drives rebranded, in this review http://www.anandtech.com/storage/showdoc.aspx?i=3667&p=4

http://www.intel.com/design/flash/nand/value/overview.htm

These will also have TRIM enabled, for those that know what it means.

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04.17am 07/01/2010 - £88.95 delivered
05.14am 07/01/2010 - £89.34 delivered
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#1
Product has been removed from site now.

edit: Back at a higher price of £89.34
#2
Transfer rates are Read 170MB/s and Write 35MB/s.

Decent price, so heat added. Similar price at LambdaTek.

If going the SSD route though you'd be better off getting a GSkill Falcon or a OCZ Vertex which have faster transfer rates. You will really notice the difference. I have a GSkill.

:pirate:CJ:pirate:

PS Looks like cheapest delivery is £2.57.
#3
While this might be a good price for this particular model, it's not a very good model of SSD.

Even low-end SSDs like the Kingston SSDNows will outperform this considerably... And a quick Google Products search shows those cost £88.

If you're considering this sort of money on fast storage, don't forget the 10krpm 150gig WD Veleciraptor is only £120-odd. If you're looking for a good SSD, wait. I'd put good money on you getting a much better product for much better money 6-12 months down the line.
#4
cutthroat_jake
Transfer rates are Read 170MB/s and Write 35MB/s.

Decent price, so heat added. Similar price at LambdaTek.

If going the SSD route though you'd be better off getting a GSkill Falcon or a OCZ Vertex which have faster transfer rates. You will really notice the difference. I have a GSkill.

:pirate:CJ:pirate:

PS Looks like cheapest delivery is £2.57.


Free delivery on orders over 50 pounds. It is acknowledged at checkout. Lamdatek charge for delivery making the worse by quite a bit.

As for the drive. It is in a lot of ways better than indilinx drives. Read the kingston 40gb review above which is the same drive without TRIM. It isn't as good as the more expensive drives on sustained read and write, but is up with the best for random read and write.

http://www.anandtech.com/storage/showdoc.aspx?i=3667&p=4
#5
OliWarner
While this might be a good price for this particular model, it's not a very good model of SSD.

Even low-end SSDs like the Kingston SSDNows will outperform this considerably... And a quick Google Products search shows those cost £88.

If you're considering this sort of money on fast storage, don't forget the 10krpm 150gig WD Veleciraptor is only £120-odd. If you're looking for a good SSD, wait. I'd put good money on you getting a much better product for much better money 6-12 months down the line.


Those 100 read 80 write drives are much worse. They should not be bought at all.

The Kingston v+ range which is more expensive falls into the lower end indilinx category.

Kingston 40gb, 80gb, 160gb drives are the equivalent intel drives witu kingston's name on them.
#6
Cold!

Intel X-25M 80GB in Novatech for £107 inc delivery or £99.99 if collecting from store.
Stock available from tomorrow but can pre-order.
http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/prods/Components/HardDrives-Internal/SolidState/2.5inchSolidState/Intel/SSDSA2MP040G2R5.html
#7
gkarak;7458628
Cold!

Intel X-25M 80GB in Novatech for £107 inc delivery or £99.99 if collecting from store.
Stock available from tomorrow but can pre-order.
http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/prods/Components/HardDrives-Internal/SolidState/2.5inchSolidState/Intel/SSDSA2MP040G2R5.html
Also, someone just posted a limited deal at Aria for the same drive (40GB) here for £58.74.

:pirate:CJ:pirate:
#8
gkarak
Cold!

Intel X-25M 80GB in Novatech for £107 inc delivery or £99.99 if collecting from store.
Stock available from tomorrow but can pre-order.
http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/prods/Components/HardDrives-Internal/SolidState/2.5inchSolidState/Intel/SSDSA2MP040G2R5.html


Thats more expensive and not the the X25-M.

The Aria deal is hot though. But if you can't get that, this will still be the best price.
#9
ghost101
Thats more expensive and not the the X25-M.

The Aria deal is hot though. But if you can't get that, this will still be the best price.


Novatech must have made a mistake when I checked that price. I remember clearly that it was the X25-M for that price... I cant believe that I didnt buy it .:-(:-(
#10
Intel X25-V SATA II SSD 40GB for £89.34 delivered! @ CBC Computer Systems

Just had an email from CBC saying they have these back in stock, tried to order one a couple of weeks ago after seeing a post on here but had gone, iv copied what ghost101 wrote a couple of weeks ago from below for all the spec info. Seem pretty good price and there usually hard to get hold of.

http://www.intel.com/design/flash/nand/value/overview.htm

Good drives for entry into the SSD market.

For reviews, you can read about the Kingston drives, which are the Intel drives rebranded, in this review http://www.anandtech.com/storage/showdoc.aspx?i=3667&p=4

http://www.intel.com/design/flash/nand/value/overview.htm

These will also have TRIM enabled, for those that know what it means.

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