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Samsung SSD 850 Pro 2TB @ Amazon.de £479.70 incl. delivery

£479.70 @ Amazon Germany
Possible misprice. Costs less than the 2TB EVO. Unfortunately still too expensive for me, even though this is basically half price :(
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Possible misprice. Costs less than the 2TB EVO.

Unfortunately still too expensive for me, even though this is basically half price :(
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1 Like #1
l was waiting for the pro but at this price, NO WAY MAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#2
How much would this much ssd storage have cost just 5yrs ago?! Amazing price really, but who needs 2tb of ssd?
#3
Not quite £215, but at least it will get delivered this time
2 Likes #4
People voting cold as it still seems expensive... just bear in mind this is usually over £700.
4 Likes #5
Good price, but like others there is only so much porn I need on an SSD...
#6
jaju123
People voting cold as it still seems expensive... just bear in mind this is usually over £700.


​For small gains over a cheaper SSD like the SanDisk Ultra II, memory type doesn't matter in a high capacity SSD and nor does speed (all SATA SSDs have similar random IOPS).
#7
Xadryxil
How much would this much ssd storage have cost just 5yrs ago?! Amazing price really, but who needs 2tb of ssd?

Im really struggling to fill my 500GB SSD. Probably used under 80GB.
Games/Media on a second drive.
#8
Coming down in price now because of the Intel 600p NVME SSDs. This will drop further.
#9
Giving heat because it's a good deal, but uncertain how many people would actually need a 2TB ssd. I snapped a 960GB Ultra II for £142.99 in a lightning deal months ago, so the price premium for twice that capacity still looks steep. However, if 2TB in a single ssd is what someone needs, then this is a hot deal.

Edited By: kennethsross on Sep 05, 2016 07:13: autocomplete typo
#10
Zero VAT or duty.....for the time being.
#11
deany76
Zero VAT or duty.....for the time being.
Won't you pay VAT at the German rate? Included in the price?
#13

thanks for the link - had a good laugh at some of the posts, cheers
#14
kennethsross
deany76
Zero VAT or duty.....for the time being.
Won't you pay VAT at the German rate? Included in the price?

Hi

I meant Zero VAT or duty when parcel enters UK and my last part ".....for the time being." had a hint of sarcasm.
#15
Yeah, Brexit............ And giving Nanny Sturgeon the excuse for another Indy Ref up here. We live in 'interesting' times.
#16
Chuggee
jaju123
People voting cold as it still seems expensive... just bear in mind this is usually over £700.
​For small gains over a cheaper SSD like the SanDisk Ultra II, memory type doesn't matter in a high capacity SSD and nor does speed (all SATA SSDs have similar random IOPS).

Just keep telling yourself that your Ultra II is as good as an 850 Pro.
#17
K1LLER HORNET
Xadryxil
How much would this much ssd storage have cost just 5yrs ago?! Amazing price really, but who needs 2tb of ssd?

Im really struggling to fill my 500GB SSD. Probably used under 80GB.
Games/Media on a second drive.


​Its worth having games on SSD for faster loading times and such.
#18
Amazing deal. Tempted to buy one for my ZBook.
#19
These might take effect Black friday this year Intel 600p NVME
#20
arczi19
K1LLER HORNET
Xadryxil
How much would this much ssd storage have cost just 5yrs ago?! Amazing price really, but who needs 2tb of ssd?
Im really struggling to fill my 500GB SSD. Probably used under 80GB.
Games/Media on a second drive.
​Its worth having games on SSD for faster loading times and such.
It does load faster but not sure you would store your entire library on ssd. My Samsung 240g stores win 10 and usually 2 steam game I am currently playing. My 2tb we black is where the other 280 games are installed. Quite easy to move games across as I complete them and start new ones. Ssd is good for games with long loading screens and you will notice the seconds saved. I.e gta v, skyrim, witcher 3. On small games it doesn't really matter. Hope that insight gave you some insight.
#21
delahmed
arczi19
K1LLER HORNET
Xadryxil
How much would this much ssd storage have cost just 5yrs ago?! Amazing price really, but who needs 2tb of ssd?
Im really struggling to fill my 500GB SSD. Probably used under 80GB.
Games/Media on a second drive.
​Its worth having games on SSD for faster loading times and such.
It does load faster but not sure you would store your entire library on ssd. My Samsung 240g stores win 10 and usually 2 steam game I am currently playing. My 2tb we black is where the other 280 games are installed. Quite easy to move games across as I complete them and start new ones. Ssd is good for games with long loading screens and you will notice the seconds saved. I.e gta v, skyrim, witcher 3. On small games it doesn't really matter. Hope that insight gave you some insight.


​Fair enough. I guess we're in different boats, I don't keep that many games installed, only a couple that I'm currently playing :)
#22
Waiting for mech. drives to go the way CRT did in TVs.
#23
If we replace the term 'needs' by 'desires' then fine. Nobody can actually 'need' something that didn't even exist a few months ago, but may desire it for one of a number of reasons.

Better to stick with a more affordable lower capacity SSD coupled with a standard disk until the price drops to realistic levels which it will no doubt do quite quickly.

There seems little point spending so much money for what is effectively boasting rights.
#24
kennethsross
Yeah, Brexit............ And giving Nanny Sturgeon the excuse for another Indy Ref up here. We live in 'interesting' times.
Thanks to the Sturgeonator, we once again now live in uncertain times - thus hindering investment and creating divisions within our society. Hurrah.... http://www.animateit.net/data/media/smiley712/smiley-rolleyes008.gif

Sorry OP for the off topic post.
#25
jaju123
People voting cold as it still seems expensive... just bear in mind this is usually over £700.

you can buy on ebay for £510, brand new. It has been at £510 for some time now.

Edited By: huangxq2 on Sep 05, 2016 20:21
#26
deany76
Zero VAT or duty.....for the time being.

This is VAT. But no duty.
#27

amazon did not honor. Orders were cancelled.
#28
huangxq2
deany76
Zero VAT or duty.....for the time being.
This is VAT. But no duty.

Of course for some reason I thougt EU imports were VAT exempt.
#29
deany76
huangxq2
deany76
Zero VAT or duty.....for the time being.
This is VAT. But no duty.
Of course for some reason I thougt EU imports were VAT exempt.

In theory, they will be exempt once Article 50 is completed.
#30
deany76
huangxq2
deany76
Zero VAT or duty.....for the time being.
This is VAT. But no duty.
Of course for some reason I thougt EU imports were VAT exempt.

You thought wrong.
#31
dck
deany76
huangxq2
deany76
Zero VAT or duty.....for the time being.
This is VAT. But no duty.
Of course for some reason I thougt EU imports were VAT exempt.

In theory, they will be exempt once Article 50 is completed.



​I wouldn't be surprised if VAT had disappeared in conjunction with the end of the world, if by completing Article 50 you mean the finality of full exit from the EU.

Times may get a lot more interesting than some people think. I can already see the editors of the Mail and Express showing signs of panic.
#32
huangxq2
deany76
huangxq2
deany76
Zero VAT or duty.....for the time being.
This is VAT. But no duty.
Of course for some reason I thougt EU imports were VAT exempt.
You thought wrong.

It sound like you are the type of person that doesn't like to admit when they are wrong - from the post you wrote.
I did admit I was wrong (I believe this is a good quality) and don't need you to confirm my mistake, thank you.
Good luck to you - in the future.

Edited By: deany76 on Sep 06, 2016 10:33
#33
Xadryxil
How much would this much ssd storage have cost just 5yrs ago?! Amazing price really, but who needs 2tb of ssd?
About the same as Apple charge today, i.e. double.
#34
deany76
huangxq2
deany76
huangxq2
deany76
Zero VAT or duty.....for the time being.
This is VAT. But no duty.
Of course for some reason I thougt EU imports were VAT exempt.
You thought wrong.
It sound like you are the type of person that doesn't like to admit when they are wrong - from the post you wrote.
I did admit I was wrong (I believe this is a good quality) and don't need you to confirm my mistake, thank you.
Good luck to you - in the future.

No need to be defensive and take it personal.

Your previous reply was not clear to me that you understood it at the time and realised your mistake.

Just trying to be clear.

Edited By: huangxq2 on Sep 06, 2016 13:26
#35
Xadryxil
How much would this much ssd storage have cost just 5yrs ago?! Amazing price really, but who needs 2tb of ssd?

I currently use a 120gb for programs and windows and a 500gb ssd for all my games, I could easily use another 500gb for more games that I might play at some point but I just have to keep deleting games when I havent played them in a while to install new games.

People always argue that ssds do not help gaming, yes they dont help fps but loading times are massively decreased which is great hence why I run pure ssd.
#36
K1LLER HORNET
Xadryxil
How much would this much ssd storage have cost just 5yrs ago?! Amazing price really, but who needs 2tb of ssd?
Im really struggling to fill my 500GB SSD. Probably used under 80GB.
Games/Media on a second drive.


But you aren't putting games and media on your SSD? It's easy to struggle to fill if you put nothing on it.

Games on SSD is the only way to play.
#37
Nate1492
K1LLER HORNET
Xadryxil
How much would this much ssd storage have cost just 5yrs ago?! Amazing price really, but who needs 2tb of ssd?
Im really struggling to fill my 500GB SSD. Probably used under 80GB.
Games/Media on a second drive.
But you aren't putting games and media on your SSD? It's easy to struggle to fill if you put nothing on it.
Games on SSD is the only way to play.

I've got around 1.1TB of PC Games. I don't think I could justify spending this much money to put my games on an SSD to save a few seconds on load times every once in a while.

I'd probably be better off with a couple of hard drives in RAID 0.
#38
K1LLER HORNET
Nate1492
K1LLER HORNET
Xadryxil
How much would this much ssd storage have cost just 5yrs ago?! Amazing price really, but who needs 2tb of ssd?
Im really struggling to fill my 500GB SSD. Probably used under 80GB.
Games/Media on a second drive.
But you aren't putting games and media on your SSD? It's easy to struggle to fill if you put nothing on it.
Games on SSD is the only way to play.
I've got around 1.1TB of PC Games. I don't think I could justify spending this much money to put my games on an SSD to save a few seconds on load times every once in a while.
I'd probably be better off with a couple of hard drives in RAID 0.

You don't have to store all the games you own on the SSD, just the ones you play.

And if you think its "just a few seconds of load time" you are gravely mistaken.

Sorry for the music.. but this is the fairest test I've seen.

WoW
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kFP2wg6t650

30 seconds simply on the game loading for wow...

And if you ever play a game the loads a lot, like NBA 2k16, you will save hours of load time.

It's your time though, if you are happy with minutes of your life wasted every time you start up a game, while you have tons of space available on your SSD, that's your choice.
#39
Nate1492
K1LLER HORNET
Nate1492
K1LLER HORNET
Xadryxil
How much would this much ssd storage have cost just 5yrs ago?! Amazing price really, but who needs 2tb of ssd?
Im really struggling to fill my 500GB SSD. Probably used under 80GB.
Games/Media on a second drive.
But you aren't putting games and media on your SSD? It's easy to struggle to fill if you put nothing on it.
Games on SSD is the only way to play.
I've got around 1.1TB of PC Games. I don't think I could justify spending this much money to put my games on an SSD to save a few seconds on load times every once in a while.
I'd probably be better off with a couple of hard drives in RAID 0.
You don't have to store all the games you own on the SSD, just the ones you play.
And if you think its "just a few seconds of load time" you are gravely mistaken.
Sorry for the music.. but this is the fairest test I've seen.
WoWhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kFP2wg6t650
30 seconds simply on the game loading for wow...
And if you ever play a game the loads a lot, like NBA 2k16, you will save hours of load time.
It's your time though, if you are happy with minutes of your life wasted every time you start up a game, while you have tons of space available on your SSD, that's your choice.

Moving games back and forth is not something I want to do.
Despite the setup I have I don't game anywhere near enough to justify the cost.
Then again I could put a few big titles like Doom, Titanfall and Gears 4 when it comes out onto the C Drive. But again Origin is a pain in the ass to move game files. Steam is easier but still a hassle.
#40
Too small for my porn collection.

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