OCZ ARC100-25SAT3-240G 240GB ARC 100 Series SATA 3.0 6GB/s 2.5 Inch SSD £64.99 (£59.99 if paying by MC) @ Amazon UK - HotUKDeals
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price is 64.99, but if you add code PRICELES5 and pay with Mastercard the price is 59.99 which is not bad for 240GB quality SSD.

Code is 1 use per account, if you used it already, just create new account.

OOS atm, but you can place order and Amazon will deliver when available (by experience this won't take long)
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#1
Temporarily out of stock.
2 Likes #2
freddysmith
Temporarily out of stock.

did you even read the OP?
1 Like #3
kefan77
price is 64.99, but if you add code PRICELES5 and pay with Mastercard the price is 59.99 which is not bad for 240GB quality SSD.

Guess Toshiba's ownership might eventually change things, but generally OCZ + quality has been an oxymoron for a long time.
1 Like #4
kgrings
kefan77
price is 64.99, but if you add code PRICELES5 and pay with Mastercard the price is 59.99 which is not bad for 240GB quality SSD.
Guess Toshiba's ownership might eventually change things, but generally OCZ + quality has been an oxymoron for a long time.

only shows how clueless you are.

http://www.anandtech.com/show/8407/ocz-arc-100-240gb-review/

"I have to say that the MX100 is still my recommendation for most people because the feature set and value are just amazing, but the ARC 100 is a compelling alternative for desktop users. The better performance consistency makes the ARC 100 more suitable for heavier workloads, so for a user with a heavy-ish IO workload and a tight budget the ARC 100 is a great option."
#5
in stock but £80! when I looked
#6
Geety
in stock but £80! when I looked

sorry! my mistake,
2 Likes #7
Geety
in stock but £80! when I looked

look on the right hand side of the page.£64.99 sold by Amazon.;)

George
#8
voting here makes no sense.

but, I've bought my 2 cheap SSDs from arguable the best etailor, shared it so some more people can make use of this offer and well, can't be bothered too much about the clueless types who see OCZ brand and automatically vote cold or those who vote cold on not being in stock for immediate dispatch.
#9
I bought one a few weeks ago and have had no issues , win 7 starts in about 7 seconds and everything is pretty much instant
1 Like #10
kefan77
voting here makes no sense.

but, I've bought my 2 cheap SSDs from arguable the best etailor, shared it so some more people can make use of this offer and well, can't be bothered too much about the clueless types who see OCZ brand and automatically vote cold or those who vote cold on not being in stock for immediate dispatch.

dude chill, hot or not depends or direction of wind on here, really no point in getting worked up about it
#11
Temping, I was waiting for the MX100 to get down to this price (missed the lightning deal last year). Speed seems compatible - the only thing putting me off is that it doesn't support eDrive (the hardware-based BitLocker encryption in Windows 8 ). Although as it's for a desktop, I probably won't bother with encryption anyway.

There's a slightly cheaper SSD, the Patriot Blaze (which is also out of stock) at £61.94 from Amazon, but I can't find many reviews for that one: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Patriot-PB240GS25SSDR-2-5-Inch-Blaze-Solid/dp/B00OC28478/ref=lh_ni_t?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE.

Edited By: Jimmy2K4X on Jan 10, 2015 15:14
2 Likes #12
have a look at this here

much changed days for OCZ drives ;)
1 Like #13
kefan77
kgrings
kefan77
price is 64.99, but if you add code PRICELES5 and pay with Mastercard the price is 59.99 which is not bad for 240GB quality SSD.
Guess Toshiba's ownership might eventually change things, but generally OCZ + quality has been an oxymoron for a long time.

only shows how clueless you are.

http://www.anandtech.com/show/8407/ocz-arc-100-240gb-review/

"I have to say that the MX100 is still my recommendation for most people because the feature set and value are just amazing, but the ARC 100 is a compelling alternative for desktop users. The better performance consistency makes the ARC 100 more suitable for heavier workloads, so for a user with a heavy-ish IO workload and a tight budget the ARC 100 is a great option."

He is talking about quality and you quote performance. Is that even relevant?
Regardless, if the currys deal not long ago got some heat this one shouldn't be cold. If you do not like it, simply do not vote :/

Edited By: naodai_mmx on Jan 10, 2015 16:01
#14
naodai_mmx
kefan77
kgrings
kefan77
price is 64.99, but if you add code PRICELES5 and pay with Mastercard the price is 59.99 which is not bad for 240GB quality SSD.
Guess Toshiba's ownership might eventually change things, but generally OCZ + quality has been an oxymoron for a long time.
only shows how clueless you are.http://www.anandtech.com/show/8407/ocz-arc-100-240gb-review/
"I have to say that the MX100 is still my recommendation for most people because the feature set and value are just amazing, but the ARC 100 is a compelling alternative for desktop users. The better performance consistency makes the ARC 100 more suitable for heavier workloads, so for a user with a heavy-ish IO workload and a tight budget the ARC 100 is a great option."
He is talking about quality and you quote performance. Is that even relevant?
Regardless, if the currys deal not long ago got some heat this one shouldn't be cold. If you do not like it, simply do not vote :/

in case you still don't get it, the quality is being described here:

"I have to say that the MX100 is still my recommendation for most people because the feature set and value are just amazing, but the ARC 100 is a compelling alternative for desktop users. "
#15
kefan77
voting here makes no sense.
but, I've bought my 2 cheap SSDs from arguable the best etailor, shared it so some more people can make use of this offer and well, can't be bothered too much about the clueless types who see OCZ brand and automatically vote cold or those who vote cold on not being in stock for immediate dispatch.

Lol it's took you over three years to post one deal, and you've gone crazy over not getting much heat. Maybe because it's always been this price and you can get it from currys right now? And the MasterCard code has been done to death on here now
#16
Jimmy2K4X
Temping, I was waiting for the MX100 to get down to this price (missed the lightning deal last year). Speed seems compatible - the only thing putting me off is that it doesn't support eDrive (the hardware-based BitLocker encryption in Windows 8 ). Although as it's for a desktop, I probably won't bother with encryption anyway.
There's a slightly cheaper SSD, the Patriot Blaze (which is also out of stock) at £61.94 from Amazon, but I can't find many reviews for that one: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Patriot-PB240GS25SSDR-2-5-Inch-Blaze-Solid/dp/B00OC28478/ref=lh_ni_t?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE.

Today Flubit offered mx100 256gb for £68.62
#17
I used to steer clear from any OCZ product as they were a very dubious company in my eyes.
Wouldn't have a problem buying one of the Toshiba owned SSDs though based on the specs and not the brand name.
Surprised that Toshiba kept the OCZ brand name really as I can't think of a more tarnished one.

niceguyrichy
have a look at this here
much changed days for OCZ drives ;)
They've managed to keep 5 drives running for a month with 100TB writes which is nothing really if you look at this Techreport Test.
Some of these 256GB drives have written 2PB now which is 20x as much data.
#18
kefan77

in case you still don't get it, the quality is being described here:
"I have to say that the MX100 is still my recommendation for most people because the feature set and value are just amazing, but the ARC 100 is a compelling alternative for desktop users. "
Hm, feature set and value... No mention of that far harder to quantify thing called quality.
Anyway, the problem with OCZ was never about features but rather their inconsistency in terms of both hardware and software (firmware) quality and their poor quality wasn't just for their SSDs as I remember buying a pair of the PSUs and getting a 100% failure rate (luckily the retailer sorted me out) and buying some of their RAM and having to return one set three times (but OCZ did refund me this DDR2 just before they went bankrupt.

So, while I was wise enough to OCZ to never buy their SSDs, I do have personal experience of their 'quality'. As I said initially, Toshiba may have changed all this but I will avoid OCZ for a while longer.
#19
kefan77
naodai_mmx
kefan77
kgrings
kefan77
price is 64.99, but if you add code PRICELES5 and pay with Mastercard the price is 59.99 which is not bad for 240GB quality SSD.
Guess Toshiba's ownership might eventually change things, but generally OCZ + quality has been an oxymoron for a long time.
only shows how clueless you are.http://www.anandtech.com/show/8407/ocz-arc-100-240gb-review/
"I have to say that the MX100 is still my recommendation for most people because the feature set and value are just amazing, but the ARC 100 is a compelling alternative for desktop users. The better performance consistency makes the ARC 100 more suitable for heavier workloads, so for a user with a heavy-ish IO workload and a tight budget the ARC 100 is a great option."
He is talking about quality and you quote performance. Is that even relevant?
Regardless, if the currys deal not long ago got some heat this one shouldn't be cold. If you do not like it, simply do not vote :/

in case you still don't get it, the quality is being described here:

"I have to say that the MX100 is still my recommendation for most people because the feature set and value are just amazing, but the ARC 100 is a compelling alternative for desktop users. "

What is your problem here I do not get it. The quote you put here has nothing to do with QUALITY. And "compelling alternative for desktop users" doesn't mean quality. As I said, this shouldn't be cold but your response to his comment is totally irrelevant.


Edited By: naodai_mmx on Jan 10, 2015 17:07
#20
Tried to pay with Master Card and use the code but got a message:

"The promo code cannot be applied to your purchase"

Am I missing something?
#21
JTW8W
Tried to pay with Master Card and use the code but got a message:
"The promo code cannot be applied to your purchase"
Am I missing something?
I thought the code had expired! If not then have you used it before as it's once per account.
#22
JTW8W
Tried to pay with Master Card and use the code but got a message:
"The promo code cannot be applied to your purchase"
Am I missing something?

1 use per account, create new one just like with Tesco.
#23
kefan77
JTW8W
Tried to pay with Master Card and use the code but got a message:
"The promo code cannot be applied to your purchase"
Am I missing something?
1 use per account, create new one just like with Tesco.
Or it could be once per card! I should have added my other M/C to my Amazon account to see if that worked. ;)
#24
same price pcworld/currys
#25
majdzinski1979
same price pcworld/currys

are you serious?
#27
#28
kefan77
majdzinski1979
same price pcworld/currys
are you serious?
Posted as a deal 3 weeks ago - HUKD.
#29
The deal is £64.99 and some can use the code to get it cheaper. Stop trying so hard.
#30
Fitted this to my Mac, fantastic!
#31
bought right before posting and just got this:

We are pleased to report that the following item will dispatch sooner than expected:

"OCZ ARC100-25SAT3-240G 240GB ARC 100 Series SATA 3.0 6GB/s 2.5 Inch SSD"
Previous estimated arrival date: February 05 2015 - February 17 2015
New estimated arrival date: January 22 2015 - January 23 2015
#32
£79.99 now, was £64.99 yesterday, I thought the offer was on for another 2 weeks???

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