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PNY CS1311 2.5" Internal SSD - 120 GB (backorder) @ Amazon £39.47

£39.47 @ Amazon
A cheap upgrade to any computer with a 2.5" HDD. I posted the same SSD available at PC world a few weeks ago but due to limited stock I know a lot of people were unable to locate one. I was lookin… Read More
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1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago
A cheap upgrade to any computer with a 2.5" HDD.

I posted the same SSD available at PC world a few weeks ago but due to limited stock I know a lot of people were unable to locate one.

I was looking at purchasing another to run in raid 0 when I found it available at Amazon for an extra £5 delivered. It is listed as out of stock but I usually find Amazon are quick to get new stock and don't take payment until just before dispatch.

I was sceptical about PNY SSD's but the one I purchased over a month ago has given me absolutely no issues so I haven't hesitated purchasing another.
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Isn't this just the "normal" price for it? I mean assuming that you're not fooled by Amazon's periodic price-spikes that they use to pretend the price has gone down (again)

Edited By: zizzles on Jun 17, 2017 12:01: Jun 17, 2017 12:01
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do the same considerations about buying disks for RAID setups in "matched" pairs apply for ssds as they did/do for HDDs? I set up a pair of OCZ SSDs in RAID0 and am not that impressed with the performance. in my experience a single SSD (better brand e.g. crucial/Samsung) can feel faster than RAID0 with 2 cheapo SSDs. it's not clear cut that raid0 will always be faster.
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zizzles
Isn't this just the "normal" price for it? I mean assuming that you're not fooled by Amazon's periodic price-spikes that they use to pretend the price has gone down (again)
I was just going to say this isn't really a deal for a 128gb.
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I paid that much for a 240gb Crucial SSD from Amazon last year
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anunemusperson
I paid that much for a 240gb Crucial SSD from Amazon last year


yeah we all did and no one can ever forget those golden SSD times.
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sproutratty
do the same considerations about buying disks for RAID setups in "matched" pairs apply for ssds as they did/do for HDDs? I set up a pair of OCZ SSDs in RAID0 and am not that impressed with the performance. in my experience a single SSD (better brand e.g. crucial/Samsung) can feel faster than RAID0 with 2 cheapo SSDs. it's not clear cut that raid0 will always be faster.

There's not really any noticeable difference, but run a benchmark using something like Crystal Disk Mark and you will see a difference in the results.
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spannerzone
yeah we all did and no one can ever forget those golden SSD times.

almost all of us partook, regretted it since.

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