(Used Very Good) 1 Tb Crucial SSD hard drive £276.71 off amazon warehouse delivered - HotUKDeals
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[HUKD Deal Editor] 1 Like #1
Might wanna mention it's second hand pal 'Used-Very Good' from Amazon Warehouse.

Edit : and there is 1 in stock.

Edited By: BuzzDuraband on Jun 20, 2014 16:56
1 Like #2
Might want to add that it is used and very good condition. Also Amazon warehouse deal.
#3
If you buy this - 1st thing run an utility to check SMART data - more specifically how much data has been written on the SSD, as well as failed erase/write and so forth. You don't want one that has been used for endurance testing and shows 1,000 TB of data ;(

For example, I got this laptop off Dell Outlet w/SSD that showed 750GB of data written!!! Now that's not a lot, but still a huge amount for a "certified refurb"...
#4
Adrian7
If you buy this - 1st thing run an utility to check SMART data - more specifically how much data has been written on the SSD, as well as failed erase/write and so forth. You don't want one that has been used for endurance testing and shows 1,000 TB of data ;(

For example, I got this laptop off Dell Outlet w/SSD that showed 750GB of data written!!! Now that's not a lot, but still a huge amount for a "certified refurb"...
i'd be impressed at someone finding - petabyte to write
#5
Sid Harper
Adrian7
If you buy this - 1st thing run an utility to check SMART data - more specifically how much data has been written on the SSD, as well as failed erase/write and so forth. You don't want one that has been used for endurance testing and shows 1,000 TB of data ;(

For example, I got this laptop off Dell Outlet w/SSD that showed 750GB of data written!!! Now that's not a lot, but still a huge amount for a "certified refurb"...
i'd be impressed at someone finding - petabyte to write
a petabyte
#6
Sid Harper
Sid Harper
Adrian7
If you buy this - 1st thing run an utility to check SMART data - more specifically how much data has been written on the SSD, as well as failed erase/write and so forth. You don't want one that has been used for endurance testing and shows 1,000 TB of data ;(

For example, I got this laptop off Dell Outlet w/SSD that showed 750GB of data written!!! Now that's not a lot, but still a huge amount for a "certified refurb"...
i'd be impressed at someone finding - petabyte to write
a petabyte

Maybe they bought it to review / test it and then returned it ;)
#7
a petabyte is 10 power 15 or 1000,000,000,000,000

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