SanDisk Pulse 64gb ssd sata 3 6gbps + free delivery £32.99 @ ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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- 2.5" SATA-III SSD
- Read 490MB/s Write 240MB/s
- Random Read/Write: 7200/1800 IOPS
- 3 Year Warranty

Weekend deal, seems decent if you want to revive an old laptop, similar price from Amazon 2 weeks ago, not sure if that's still on, either way hope its useful for someone!

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#1
The SSD haters are up early voting cold.

Have some heat op. Nice little upgrade for an old and trusty laptop.
#2
This is a speedy little SSD and would be perfect for upgrading a old laptop which doesn't require much storage space/ or to upgrade a PC as you can always use the old HDD for storage.

I use a 64GB as my PC's boot drive and have done so for 2 years and i rarely run out of space when i have forgotten to install to my HDD instead as all my downloading was easily offloaded to HDD
#3
jamgin
The SSD haters are up early voting cold.

Have some heat op. Nice little upgrade for an old and trusty laptop.
I know, i thought it's a pretty decent deal, i know it's not to everyone's taste due to the low storage, but as you said, good for use on old laptops or a new laptop, admittedly, i would atleast go for the 128gb, for Windows anyhow. Linux would work well with this though
#4
Heat added as its a good deal.

Wish I could say the same about some of the other tripe people post on here.

Heat added.
1 Like #5
£10 more gets you 128gb one.
#6
I don't hate SSD`s bought loads i just think its to small, windows 7 alone would take 3/4 of the drive space alone, as the post above says £10 more for double the size. Not a good deal just ebuyer trying to get rid of old stock badly
#7
keepitonthelow
~£44 from Amazon now for 128GB.


Edited By: splender on Jun 28, 2014 12:51: added text
#8
keepitonthelow - linkage?
1 Like #9
aLV426
keepitonthelow - linkage?

It's not that hard to put "128GB SSD" in the search box on Amazon surely!!!

http://www.amazon.co.uk/SanDisk-SDSSDP-128G-G25-Internal-2-5-inch-Device/dp/B007ZW2LY4/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1403956484&sr=8-1&keywords=128gb+ssd
#10
dlsr
I don't hate SSD`s bought loads i just think its to small, windows 7 alone would take 3/4 of the drive space alone, as the post above says £10 more for double the size. Not a good deal just ebuyer trying to get rid of old stock badly
Storage is NOT exclusively used for Windows OS in the whole world, I shall explain, 64GB OK for Linux, data transfer disk (when housed in USB 3 enclosure), caching data that needs fast data loads as second disk , SQL database that is <60GB , temporary storage for sort/merge,etc.

Edited By: splender on Jun 28, 2014 12:57
1 Like #11
Searcher2 - where did you go to school? That link you supplied is £10.86 more...
Please post the link where £10 more gets you a 128GB SSD...

:p
#12
splender
dlsr
I don't hate SSD`s bought loads i just think its to small, windows 7 alone would take 3/4 of the drive space alone, as the post above says £10 more for double the size. Not a good deal just ebuyer trying to get rid of old stock badly
Storage is NOT exclusively used for Windows OS in the whole world, I shall explain, 64GB OK for Linux, data transfer disk (when housed in USB 3 enclosure), caching data that needs fast data loads as second disk , SQL database that is <60GB , temporary storage for sort/merge,etc.

I never said it was just for windows just stated a fact if using windows 7 it will use most of the dive space. It does not change the fact for £10 more you can have double the space for any OS or no OS
#13
I always thought a good price for an SSD was around the 50p/GB, I have seen around 30p/GB recently, although I doubt it'll be much lower than that this side of Christmas...
I wonder how much longer we will have to wait until they are down to HDD prices (they are around 2p/GB atm!)
#14
dlsr
splender
dlsr
I don't hate SSD`s bought loads i just think its to small, windows 7 alone would take 3/4 of the drive space alone, as the post above says £10 more for double the size. Not a good deal just ebuyer trying to get rid of old stock badly
Storage is NOT exclusively used for Windows OS in the whole world, I shall explain, 64GB OK for Linux, data transfer disk (when housed in USB 3 enclosure), caching data that needs fast data loads as second disk , SQL database that is <60GB , temporary storage for sort/merge,etc.

I never said it was just for windows just stated a fact if using windows 7 it will use most of the dive space. It does not change the fact for £10 more you can have double the space for any OS or no OS
Need to consider a base starter cost before you can apply a unit GB/£ rule of thumb. E.g. simply one should not say for £4000 more you can have 6 passengers as opposed to 3 passengers for a car that is £20,000. Reason is obvious, there is a base cost for engine, 4 wheels, driver controls...etc. which is needed whether the car carries 3 or 6 passengers. £/passenger only does not give you a reasonable reflection of cost as costs are fixed or variable costs. Fixed cost part may give no benefit to capacity but may give benefit to availability, serviceability, usability, resilience...



Edited By: splender on Jun 28, 2014 13:49: added text
#15
splender
dlsr
splender
dlsr
I don't hate SSD`s bought loads i just think its to small, windows 7 alone would take 3/4 of the drive space alone, as the post above says £10 more for double the size. Not a good deal just ebuyer trying to get rid of old stock badly
Storage is NOT exclusively used for Windows OS in the whole world, I shall explain, 64GB OK for Linux, data transfer disk (when housed in USB 3 enclosure), caching data that needs fast data loads as second disk , SQL database that is <60GB , temporary storage for sort/merge,etc.

I never said it was just for windows just stated a fact if using windows 7 it will use most of the dive space. It does not change the fact for £10 more you can have double the space for any OS or no OS
Need to consider a base starter cost before you can apply a unit GB/£ rule of thumb. E.g. simply one should not say for £4000 more you can have 6 passengers as opposed to 3 passengers for a car that is £20,000. Reason is obvious, there is a base cost for engine, 4 wheels, driver controls...etc. which is needed whether the car carries 3 or 6 passengers. £/passenger only does not give you a reasonable reflection of cost as costs are fixed or variable costs.


when did this get to cars PMSL grow up lol
#16
Not voting on this one, its an Ok price in isolation but for most people your better of spending the extra £10 - £15 to double capacity and get a 120GB
#17
brought a few for cache drives for my media center HD's. Have some heat
As newish Intel motherboards allow you to use up to 60gb ssd drives as a cache and I have a hyperx linked with a cheap seagate 2tb hd as my games drive on my main pc. the speed of the hd went from 128mb read and 88mbwrite to 398mb read and 202mb write wuth the drive installed and games load SOOOOOOO much faster, its the best of both worlds for a storage drive.


Edited By: stevvie on Jun 28, 2014 14:53: spelling
#18
I think IOPS figures are a misprint - A couple of Sandisk SSDs have that prob. It's a SATA 6Gbps drive, 7200/1800 IOPS doesn't make sense, should be 72000/18000.

As stated, shame not to spend another tenner for twice the size unless you have to buy several SSDs and 64GB each is enough.
#19
dlsr
splender
dlsr
splender
dlsr
I don't hate SSD`s bought loads i just think its to small, windows 7 alone would take 3/4 of the drive space alone, as the post above says £10 more for double the size. Not a good deal just ebuyer trying to get rid of old stock badly
Storage is NOT exclusively used for Windows OS in the whole world, I shall explain, 64GB OK for Linux, data transfer disk (when housed in USB 3 enclosure), caching data that needs fast data loads as second disk , SQL database that is <60GB , temporary storage for sort/merge,etc.

I never said it was just for windows just stated a fact if using windows 7 it will use most of the dive space. It does not change the fact for £10 more you can have double the space for any OS or no OS
Need to consider a base starter cost before you can apply a unit GB/£ rule of thumb. E.g. simply one should not say for £4000 more you can have 6 passengers as opposed to 3 passengers for a car that is £20,000. Reason is obvious, there is a base cost for engine, 4 wheels, driver controls...etc. which is needed whether the car carries 3 or 6 passengers. £/passenger only does not give you a reasonable reflection of cost as costs are fixed or variable costs.


when did this get to cars PMSL grow up lol

Perfectly good example, what is problem? Anyone considering a 6 passenger car has already done some growing up...
#20
wide - I think you'll find that the iops originally quoted (7200/1800) are correct.
Unless you are running a database shared with lots of users you won't notice the low iops count...

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