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Sandisk 240GB SSD Plus 2.5" (SATA 6Gb/s) - £74.74 @ BT SHOP

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Limited Stock SanDisk PLUS - solid state drive - 240 GB - SATA 6Gb/s Capacity: 240 GB Data Transfer Rate: 600 MBps Features: Shock resistant, Adaptive Size SLC Write cache technology Manufacturer War… Read More
Limited Stock SanDisk PLUS - solid state drive - 240 GB - SATA 6Gb/s Capacity: 240 GB Data Transfer Rate: 600 MBps Features: Shock resistant, Adaptive Size SLC Write cache technology Manufacturer War…
Deeco Avatar6d, 19h agoFound 6 days, 19 hours ago12 Comments
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crazy, you could get the 480GB for £74.99 on ebuyer and amazon 14 months ago:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sandisk-ssd-plus-480-gb-sata-iii-74-99-amazon-2443326

not voting cold (or hot) though as prices seem to have doubled since then
tuziol84
Got SanDisk Ultra II 480gb. Bought last black friday for £80 @ AmazonSo this one doesn`t look like a bargain for me.
Which version of doctor who are you? :P

Ssd prices have rocketed and dont look like dropping soon. Hot!
spannerzone
I'm waiting until 2020 when these will be £10 on eBay.
Not sure what I'll do until then though as I need one now.

if you need one now - and 250gb is fine for you its probably better to get this one http://www.ebuyer.com/766020-sk-hynix-sl308-250gb-2-5-ssd-hfs250g32tnd-n1a2a nearest competitor to the samys
I'm waiting until 2020 when these will be £10 on eBay.

Not sure what I'll do until then though as I need one now.

Edited By: spannerzone on Jul 19, 2017 11:07: Edited from the official Android app
unlikely to see ssd prices come down this year, (black friday excluded)
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Sabrent USB 3.0 to SSD / 2.5-Inch SATA Hard Drive Adapter - £8.99 (Prime) £12.98 (Non Prime) @ Sold by Store4PC-Europe and Fulfilled by Amazon

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£2 more than the lightning deal posted 6 months ago (this is not a lightning deal), but is still cheap for the new cable. Useful bit of kit, and its at a cheap price again on Amazon. Deal for those… Read More
£2 more than the lightning deal posted 6 months ago (this is not a lightning deal), but is still cheap for the new cable. Useful bit of kit, and its at a cheap price again on Amazon. Deal for those…
LeftResponse Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago9 Comments
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I bought this last year, been working great. I'm currently using it was a 120GB SSD.
Literally they are infinitely useful when upgrading your drive, better than any caddie, without the faff. I honestly can't say enough about them, shame they don't work with 3.5'' drives (for obvious power reasons).
I need a LOL .
Shows as 8.99 non-prime for me


Edited By: GwanGy on Jul 18, 2017 11:26: f
AndyRoyd
Also consider £1 cheaper £7.99 dlvd Prime alternative by CSL that permits use with power-hungry 3.5" devices via facility to add external power supply, still retains UASP etc https://www.amazon.co.uk/CSL-Adapter-converter-Attached-Protocol/dp/B015N5JO9E
Think the power connector is 3.5/1.35mm.

Nice find.
CampGareth
What's the chip in these, a JMS567? If so they're capable of pretty much maxing out USB 3

JM4102

Edited By: know1 on Jul 17, 2017 23:58:
Also consider £1 cheaper £7.99 dlvd Prime alternative by CSL that permits use with power-hungry 3.5" devices via facility to add external power supply, still retains UASP etc https://www.amazon.co.uk/CSL-Adapter-converter-Attached-Protocol/dp/B015N5JO9E
Think the power connector is 3.5/1.35mm.

Edited By: AndyRoyd on Jul 17, 2017 15:55: add power connector size
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Himedia Q10 Pro Hi3798CV200 4K HDR 2G/16G TV BOX 802.11AC WIFI 1000M LAN Dolby DTS-HD 3.5" SATA HDD Bluetooth Media Player - £132.87 @Geekbuying

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Spain stock, so no import duties and cheaper than other UK vendors. One of the better mid to top end range of media players out there. HiSilicon Hi3798CV200 Mali-T720 Android 7 'Nougat' 2 Gb DDR III… Read More
Spain stock, so no import duties and cheaper than other UK vendors. One of the better mid to top end range of media players out there. HiSilicon Hi3798CV200 Mali-T720 Android 7 'Nougat' 2 Gb DDR III…
reddit Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago6 Comments
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cecilmcroberts
For the sake of £34 still much better off with 1st gen Nvidia Shield (which comes with a controller). The above will not play Netflix 4K,Amazon 4K. It also says Android 5.1 several times, can't see it ever say anything about Android 7.

Official Android 7 firmware

http://www.futeko.com/newforum/index.php?topic=711.0
polly69
Its £159.99 with next day delivery from a UK company that have been selling streaming devices for a long time and have a good rephttp://www.futeko.com/products/MP068.php
Dedicated Q10 forumhttp://www.futeko.com/newforum/index.php?board=14.0
cecilmcroberts
For the sake of £34 still much better off with 1st gen Nvidia Shield (which comes with a controller). The above will not play Netflix 4K,Amazon 4K. It also says Android 5.1 several times, can't see it ever say anything about Android 7.
I have the Shield but also have the older none android Q10 and its been the best media player ive ever had, your voting down a box you know nothing about. The Q10 runs Android 7 and is the first Android box to be able to play full Bluray rips it also supports Dolby True-HD, Dolby True-HD ATMOS, DTS:X, DTS-HD MA, 5.1/7.1 LPCM, DTS, and Dolby Digital AC3 and i dont think the Shield supports DTSX. The Q10 is a way better media player than the Shield will ever be as it was designed solely for that purpose if your looking for a media streamer for Netflix 4K and the like the Shield is the way to go but most TV's have that all built in i know my B6 OLED does. The Q10 will play anything you throw at it and supports 10tb HDD's.

I already researched it, stopped when it didnt say Android TV and said Android, the OS designed to run on mobile phones not for TV,straight away limiting the 4K streaming capabilites.
Its £159.99 with next day delivery from a UK company that have been selling streaming devices for a long time and have a good rep
http://www.futeko.com/products/MP068.php

Dedicated Q10 forum
http://www.futeko.com/newforum/index.php?board=14.0

cecilmcroberts
For the sake of £34 still much better off with 1st gen Nvidia Shield (which comes with a controller). The above will not play Netflix 4K,Amazon 4K. It also says Android 5.1 several times, can't see it ever say anything about Android 7.


I have the Shield but also have the older none android Q10 and its been the best media player ive ever had, your voting down a box you know nothing about. The Q10 runs Android 7 and is the first Android box to be able to play full Bluray rips it also supports Dolby True-HD, Dolby True-HD ATMOS, DTS:X, DTS-HD MA, 5.1/7.1 LPCM, DTS, and Dolby Digital AC3 and i dont think the Shield supports DTSX. The Q10 is a way better media player than the Shield will ever be as it was designed solely for that purpose if your looking for a media streamer for Netflix 4K and the like the Shield is the way to go but most TV's have that all built in i know my B6 OLED does. The Q10 will play anything you throw at it and supports 10tb HDD's.

Edited By: polly69 on Jul 16, 2017 23:27: Jul 16, 2017 23:27
The best box ever! Android 7.0, 4k, internal hdd storage, Netflix 4k, Amazon 4k everything what you can imagine you can have with this box. Happy owner :D ))))
Shield doesn't have the internal HDD storage expansion though and there are other ports that the shield lacks and my be of interest to audio/videophiles.
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SanDisk Ultra II SSD 500 GB SATA III 2.5 inch Internal SSD £118.99 @ Amazon Prime

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Lightening deal for prime members only as part of prime day. Limited number. Decent price I thought considering how much they have been recently. Features Up to 28x better performance than a typical Read More
Lightening deal for prime members only as part of prime day. Limited number. Decent price I thought considering how much they have been recently. Features Up to 28x better performance than a typical
koosh Avatar2w, 11h agoFound 2 weeks, 11 hours ago15 Comments
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Great deal, in 18 months add 20GB to the capacity less than 5% more, up the price by 50% and pretend it's a good deal.
K1LLER_HORNET
Cold from me. Any more countermeasures left?


Yes hot from me.
250gb please Amazon!
zizzles
I had to vote hot to negate a person's cold vote.
It's as though he never existed

Cold from me.
Any more countermeasures left?
There were open box items of this SSD going for less in the warehouse sale before today.

I know because I was about to buy one, but read comments on here saying it would be stupid not to wait for the Prime Day. Now they're at least £40 more.
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Crucial 1 TB MX300 M.2 SATA 6G Solid State Drive £38.48 @ Amazon

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1tb m2 ssd drive available for preorder through Amazon at £38.48 delivered with prime. Read More
1tb m2 ssd drive available for preorder through Amazon at £38.48 delivered with prime.
jorg Avatar2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago81 Comments
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Bravura
How do you have 2 mouse cursors lol

actually he has three......no wait that ones mine :D
Bravura
How do you have 2 mouse cursors lol

Mouse cursor on screenshot
How do you have 2 mouse cursors lol
Yup, order cancelled, thought as much!..
http://i.imgur.com/PP80z5g.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/aEGjojH.jpg


Edited By: trueno2k on Jul 07, 2017 23:35
order cancelled as well
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Crucial 275GB MX300 M.2 SATA 6G SSD £44.19 @ Amazon

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Seems a reasonable price. On pre-order. 1TB £38.48 1TB Sequential reads/writes up to 530 / 510 MB/s on all file types Random reads/writes up to 92k / 83k on all file types Over 90x more energy eff… Read More
Seems a reasonable price. On pre-order. 1TB £38.48 1TB Sequential reads/writes up to 530 / 510 MB/s on all file types Random reads/writes up to 92k / 83k on all file types Over 90x more energy eff…
topss Avatar2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago45 Comments
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Party over.
Yep just got cancellation email too for the 275gb SSD
just got my cancellation email for the 1tb
Just got my cancellation email :(
EsiEmi
yep :D The price for `Crucial 275 GB MX300 M.2 SATA 6G Solid State Drive' (ASIN: B01JO4QG6Y) was displayed incorrectly when you placed your order

So the 275GB got cancelled, but what about the 1TB ;)

Be very surprised if it wasn't too. IME Amazon hardly ever honour computing misprices, though to be fair they can be VERY good in other categories....
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Drevo 240GB 2.5" SATA3 SSD - £59.99 delivered @ eBay (dinsdale-uk)

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Cheapest price for a 240GB SSD that I can find at the moment and from a UK-based eBay business seller with good feedback. Despite not being a major brand they are manufactured with Hynix MLC flash an… Read More
Cheapest price for a 240GB SSD that I can find at the moment and from a UK-based eBay business seller with good feedback. Despite not being a major brand they are manufactured with Hynix MLC flash an…
IndianJohns Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago8 Comments
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spannerzone
£6 more for the AMD ssd drive, plus you're not buying from a character from Monty Python. :D

AMD drives mostly use Toshiba flash. The newer stuff is pretty good but until quite recently they were surprisingly awful for such a large scale manufacturer. Akin to Seagate's hard drives from 4-5 years ago.
astramondeo
These are used! - will it come with any software to clone my existing HD - how do I go about that?

Most available commercial software is **** or at very least overpriced, I would almost always use the free Clonezilla unless I was shrinking a large volume to a smaller drive.
A used SSD, you have to be joking, these things have a read/write cycle life, you have no idea how much a used SSD has been hammered. Pay the extra and buy new.
£6 more for the AMD ssd drive, plus you're not buying from a character from Monty Python. :D
These are used! - will it come with any software to clone my existing HD - how do I go about that?

Edited By: astramondeo on Jun 05, 2017 16:17
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AMD 240GB 2.5" Radeon R3 SATA3 SSD £65.98 Delivered @ eBuyer

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Not a bad price for the capacity. Would be perfect as an upgrade to a slowing PC or laptop 8) Superior in value and performance. Get up to 10x the speed of a traditional hard drive. Bring new life Read More
Not a bad price for the capacity. Would be perfect as an upgrade to a slowing PC or laptop 8) Superior in value and performance. Get up to 10x the speed of a traditional hard drive. Bring new life
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me_lee
eBuyer so no thanks... will hold a grudge against them forever for their handling of the RMA for my old SSD.


I never go burned by ebuyer RMA dept. my issue with them is they decided to switch to using ParcelForce for deliveries and i absolutely loathe them.

problems with the RMA dept didnt arise till a few years after that when i think i heard the size of staff bonuses depended on how many RMAs they reject.


For anyone interested in this SSD.... Its SLOOOOOWWWWWWW i think its 260mb/s write and 500mb/s read.... even a Samsung 830 evo from a few years back outperforms this SSD.

Not the end of the world, but its something to take into consideration if you regularly write a load of files.


Yes as you say "not the end of the world" especially if you're laptop is sata2.
Bought a few of these, they're shockingly bad. Don't bother.
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me_lee
thegamingkinginfo
Not had a problem with eBuyer in a long time. Did once a long time ago but ordered a monitor recently with no problems. Last time I used them for RMA it was no problem but everyones experiences differ.
I RMA'd a dead SSD under warranty. They refused to replace it (the same model was available but had gone up significantly in price) and deducted 30% from the refund of the original purchase price for "wear and tear" so to replace the thing I would end up paying almost double what I originally paid. When I refused and told them to send it back to me so I could deal with the manufacturer they said that wasn't possible as they had already destroyed it.
Not the actions of a company I'll ever do business with again.
I know im late to respond to this, but had this happened to me, then i would of taken them to a small claims court.
For them to fight the case they would need to find someone to represent the company and brief them on what has happened before they go to court and that usually takes them too much time, effort and money to do so they should settle out of court...
If they had destroyed it, then they owe you a full refund or swap it for the same model or similar. It should be covered in the sale of goods act.
Scan's RMA department used to be horrendous aswell. but as soon as they know that you know your rights as a consumer, they will begin to play ball with you, albeit rather reluctantly.
dont let any retailer pull the wool over your eyes
Good advice
PcTechSpecialist
Dodge62
Not really fair to **** a company off on a half-remembered detail. It wasn't "how many RMAs they reject" but "how many RMAs they are able to avoid". If you phone to tell them your device is broken and you want to return it, and they tell you how to solve the problem so it works and you don't have to return it, that's a good thing, right?
i didnt **** any company off, my argument with them was that i refused to do business with them while they used ParcelForce to do all their deliveries and it was at least 3 or 4years before the whole rumor or news about the RMAs came out but I had stuck to my guns and not bought anything from them since and till today I still haven't though they might of switched to using another delivery company quite a few times by now.
I read the article posted about their RMA dept and judging how quickly ebuyer or their PR team jumped up to defend and explain themselves as well as denying the context that the rest of the internet seemed to have taken when they saw this picture...https://regmedia.co.uk/2013/12/23/ebuyer_big.jpg
It leads me to think that they were caught with their pants down like a deer in the headlights.
While my RMAs before the whole 'scandal' went smoothly. I know quite a few people closer to the time of the news article who didnt have such a smooth experience with them.
The only people who will defend ebuyer is their PR team or employees
first time i have seen the pic, what dummies for leaving it up, you would have thought they would have had another glance at the photo and notice the board, hilarious
me_lee
thegamingkinginfo
Not had a problem with eBuyer in a long time. Did once a long time ago but ordered a monitor recently with no problems. Last time I used them for RMA it was no problem but everyones experiences differ.
I RMA'd a dead SSD under warranty. They refused to replace it (the same model was available but had gone up significantly in price) and deducted 30% from the refund of the original purchase price for "wear and tear" so to replace the thing I would end up paying almost double what I originally paid. When I refused and told them to send it back to me so I could deal with the manufacturer they said that wasn't possible as they had already destroyed it.
Not the actions of a company I'll ever do business with again.


I know im late to respond to this, but had this happened to me, then i would of taken them to a small claims court.

For them to fight the case they would need to find someone to represent the company and brief them on what has happened before they go to court and that usually takes them too much time, effort and money to do so they should settle out of court...

If they had destroyed it, then they owe you a full refund or swap it for the same model or similar. It should be covered in the sale of goods act.

Scan's RMA department used to be horrendous aswell. but as soon as they know that you know your rights as a consumer, they will begin to play ball with you, albeit rather reluctantly.

dont let any retailer pull the wool over your eyes
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640gb Sata HDD - CeX for £12.00

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Saw the recent deal of 500gb for £12 so an extra 140gb for the same price seems a decent deal to me ☺️ As is most stuff from CeX, the drive is pre-owned and it seems to be pot luck on which manufactu… Read More
Saw the recent deal of 500gb for £12 so an extra 140gb for the same price seems a decent deal to me ☺️ As is most stuff from CeX, the drive is pre-owned and it seems to be pot luck on which manufactu…
adamskiidu_44 Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago17 Comments
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does this work in a PS3 super slim console?
tubbyasstoo
buying a second hand used hard drive is like buying second hand used toilet paper
a no-no, no matter how cheap
What about if you have a 2 year warranty and don't rely on any one individual drive not failing (which is good practice even with new drives)?

psychoid
i bought a laptop recently, of the 1Tb, 120 gb of the hard drive was missing. you have to go in and change the original owner name or something like that to be allowed to delete it. it was a music and films folder.
Urm... I'm not sure what you were doing but if you were running windows on a drive and trying to wipe the drive that's the equivalent of getting a mechanic to change a tyre while you're driving down the motorway, it'd be a lot easier if you stopped first.

Get an external caddy, put the drive in that, plug it in to a computer that's already running, you'll be able to do whatever you like with a drive.
buying a second hand used hard drive is like buying second hand used toilet paper

a no-no, no matter how cheap
RebTheRebel
Could I use one of these with the right cables to back up a PS4?

I want a 500gb drive, but I'd only use it as a back up drive. So it might only get used a couple of times. I'm reluctant to splash out £50 on an external HDD just to do that.


Yes, but these are 3.5" drives so it would need a caddy and mains power. It's more straightforward with a 2.5" drive that can be powered through USB but also more expensive.
i bought a laptop recently, of the 1Tb, 120 gb of the hard drive was missing. you have to go in and change the original owner name or something like that to be allowed to delete it. it was a music and films folder.
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Seagate SV35 5tb sata HD £84.30 @ Amazon

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Decent price for 5tb! Read More
Decent price for 5tb!
Frank30uk Avatar2m, 11h agoFound 2 months, 11 hours ago22 Comments
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This manual describes the functional, mechanical and interface specifications for the following SeagateSV35 Series SATA model drives:• ST3500641SV• ST3250824SV• ST3160812SVThese drives provide the following key features:• Specifically designed for surveilance DVRs.• Optimized power for surveillance systems--spinup limited to a maximum to 2.0 amps.• Seek profile optimized for surveillance performance and power consumption.• 7,200 RPM spindle speed.• 16 Mbyte buffer: ST3500641SV.• 8 Mbyte buffer: ST3250824SV and ST3160812SV• High instantaneous (burst) data-transfer rates (up to 300 Mbytes per second).• Tunneling Magnetoresistive (TMR) recording heads.• Native Command Queueing with command ordering to increase performance in demanding applications.• State-of-the-art cache and on-the-fly error-correction algorithms.• Full-track multiple-sector transfer capability without local processor intervention.• 350 Gs nonoperating shock.• Support for S.M.A.R.T. drive monitoring and reporting.• Support for Read Multiple and Write Multiple commands.• SeaTools diagnostic software performs a drive self-test that eliminates unnecessary drive returns.• Supports latching SATA cables and connectors.• The 3D Defense System™, which includes Drive Defense, Data Defense, and Diagnostic Defense, offers the industry’s most comprehensive protection for disc drives.

That is the older probably original line, the model numbers are 160/250/500gb

This has a 128mb buffer for a start.

It seems Amazons model is the new skyhawk range
http://www.seagate.com/www-content/datasheets/pdfs/surveillance-hdd-newDS1679-16-1601UK-en_GB.pdf

http://www.seagate.com/gb/en/internal-hard-drives/hdd/skyhawk/#specs

Edited By: GoNz017 on May 25, 2017 21:41
lilbeastie
that's not really what makes it an AV drive.An AV drive is designed to IGNORE data errors, whereas a 'normal' hard drive will attempt to re-read/re-write problem sectors for a set period (up to 15 seconds, depending on the drive) until the internal checksums shows the data is consistent. For a desktop drive this is what you what - it makes sure the drive stores and recalls the correct information. However as the drive is unresponsive for the retry period, it could cause a blip in the video if used to record an AV stream. As a result AV drives ignore any errors and just keep going - a small artifact in a video is preferable to a break in the stream. Such an error could have a huge impact to system stability if it occurs in an OS file though, or it could corrupt a photo or other document and render it useless.Now you will probably never see these issues, at least while the drive is new. But they are not designed for use in desktop (or 'normal' RAID) systems as they can corrupt data. This is the reason why manufacturers make enterprise disks and video disks - the drive may be the same, but the error-handling firmware is different.

This manual describes the functional, mechanical and interface specifications for the following Seagate
SV35 Series SATA model drives:
• ST3500641SV
• ST3250824SV
• ST3160812SV
These drives provide the following key features:
• Specifically designed for surveilance DVRs.
• Optimized power for surveillance systems--spinup limited to a maximum to 2.0 amps.
• Seek profile optimized for surveillance performance and power consumption.
• 7,200 RPM spindle speed.
• 16 Mbyte buffer: ST3500641SV.
• 8 Mbyte buffer: ST3250824SV and ST3160812SV
• High instantaneous (burst) data-transfer rates (up to 300 Mbytes per second).
• Tunneling Magnetoresistive (TMR) recording heads.
• Native Command Queueing with command ordering to increase performance in demanding applications.
• State-of-the-art cache and on-the-fly error-correction algorithms.
• Full-track multiple-sector transfer capability without local processor intervention.
• 350 Gs nonoperating shock.
• Support for S.M.A.R.T. drive monitoring and reporting.
• Support for Read Multiple and Write Multiple commands.
• SeaTools diagnostic software performs a drive self-test that eliminates unnecessary drive returns.
• Supports latching SATA cables and connectors.
• The 3D Defense System™, which includes Drive Defense, Data Defense, and Diagnostic Defense, offers
the industry’s most comprehensive protection for disc drives.
lilbeastie
GoNz017
It will be fine, it is designed to have data constantly written so it should last a long time in a PC
that's not really what makes it an AV drive.
An AV drive is designed to IGNORE data errors, whereas a 'normal' hard drive will attempt to re-read/re-write problem sectors for a set period (up to 15 seconds, depending on the drive) until the internal checksums shows the data is consistent. For a desktop drive this is what you what - it makes sure the drive stores and recalls the correct information. However as the drive is unresponsive for the retry period, it could cause a blip in the video if used to record an AV stream. As a result AV drives ignore any errors and just keep going - a small artifact in a video is preferable to a break in the stream. Such an error could have a huge impact to system stability if it occurs in an OS file though, or it could corrupt a photo or other document and render it useless.
Now you will probably never see these issues, at least while the drive is new. But they are not designed for use in desktop (or 'normal' RAID) systems as they can corrupt data. This is the reason why manufacturers make enterprise disks and video disks - the drive may be the same, but the error-handling firmware is different.
Fortunately I am after a dedicated surveillance drive as I am using an old sata2 samsung for now and that isn't really suitable.
Thanks for the info.
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So no good for storage for movies and music?
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Toshiba 3TB Internal 3.5" SATA HDD - Scan (Today Only) - £72.48 delivered (with AVForums or Hexus membership)

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Cheapest price I can find for a standard 3TB internal desktop drive. If the price does not appear correctly, follow the link at the top of any Scan.co.uk page to get to the 'Today Only' deals and fin… Read More
Cheapest price I can find for a standard 3TB internal desktop drive. If the price does not appear correctly, follow the link at the top of any Scan.co.uk page to get to the 'Today Only' deals and fin…
IndianJohns Avatar2m, 1d agoFound 2 months, 1 day ago6 Comments
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Amazon will deliver this item same day* for £72.65 including delivery. Yes, let's support Scan, I don't have a problem with that, but Amazon's delivery service is simply amazing.

*Order now (10 AM) for delivery 6-8 this evening.
I guess it's down to personal experience, but Scan's customer service has been superb for me.
salestion
I'd pay 50p for amazons service anyday but you have a point I guess :p

I like Amazon too, but I also like the opportunity to get a good deal from a reliable family run business like Scan when I can.
IndianJohns
Exactly, saved you 50p!
I'd pay 50p for amazons service anyday but you have a point I guess :p

Edited By: salestion on May 24, 2017 15:05

Exactly, saved you 50p!
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Kingston M.2 SATA G2 Solid State Drive 240gb - £55.14 on Amazon

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Priced match BT Shop, credits to Dappa0345 for discovering it. Cheaper than BT Shop as it's with free shipping. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/kingston-ssdnow-240gb-m-2-sata-6gbps-single-side-5… Read More
Priced match BT Shop, credits to Dappa0345 for discovering it. Cheaper than BT Shop as it's with free shipping. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/kingston-ssdnow-240gb-m-2-sata-6gbps-single-side-5…
furreal Avatar2m, 2d agoFound 2 months, 2 days ago31 Comments
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Some motherboards also only let you use the M.2 slot if you sacrifice the use of two SATA ports.
gr8h8me
Should have got a Captain 240EX with that rig

A full custom hard line loop is coming once I can afford it!

winchman
Not so good for taking on a plane though...

That's what the Switch is for ;)
CatBusStop
ollie87

mITX gaming rigs are getting more and more popular as people realise that PC gaming is great for the lounge.
Yup, I'm running M-ITX also, but have a BitFenix Prodigy case which allows for a bit more space than most M-ITX systems, but cables were an issue for me as my case has 2 clear side panels

Not so good for taking on a plane though...
jmp_ldn
furreal
gordoncrawford
The read and write speeds are rubbish, Samsung 960 evo m.2 are the only ones worth buying they are 6 x faster than those
I don't think you can get a 960 for slightly over 50 quid :3


but you might as well get a 2.5" drive then use the valuable m2 slot for when you can afford a proper m2 card with 3000+mb read write. This isn't any better than a SSD drive. Save the slot. I have the Samsung chip and its amazing. Ridiculous quick. Do your pc justice!


I second that! why take half measures? even if you don't have the cash, save another £60 roughly and get something that will do your system justice!
CatBusStop
ollie87

mITX gaming rigs are getting more and more popular as people realise that PC gaming is great for the lounge.
Yup, I'm running M-ITX also, but have a BitFenix Prodigy case which allows for a bit more space than most M-ITX systems, but cables were an issue for me as my case has 2 clear side panelshttp://i31.photobucket.com/albums/c369/tomallen35/20170219_184550.jpg

Should have got a Captain 240EX with that rig
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liammacca Avatar2m, 2d agoFound 2 months, 2 days ago14 Comments
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Same email from by today in triplicate
Thanks very much for your order received on 23/05/2017 . If the goods you ordered were in stock and available, then your order is now being processed.

There's no need to email us to check your order status as you can track its progress through our system by visiting: http://www.shop.bt.com/account/orders

If you need further information about order tracking, or about or any other aspect of dealing with us, please visit our online help section at http://www.shop.bt.com/help


This morning

Thank you for your order placed on 23/05/2017 reference SO05xxxxxx. Unfortunately the product listed below has been discontinued and despite trying hard to obtain it for you from our suppliers we have been unable to do so.

SSDNow 240GB M.2 SATA 6Gbps Single Side

As this was the only item on your order we have cancelled the order and can confirm that payment has has not been taken.

We're really sorry that we are unable to provide you with the products that you wanted on this occasion and apologise for any inconvenience that this may have caused you.
fo_sho_yo
Gkains
fo_sho_yo
You want to watch out with these M.2 SSDs.
Find out if your motherboard has the 2208 size slot. Luckily this is both B and M key by the looks of it so don't have to consider that.
Worth getting a nvme gen 3 4x PCIE if your motherboard supports that because this one is not much improvement on a bog standard SSD.
Actually, that's because it is a bog standard SATA3 SSD!
Bonus is there should be no need to worry about heat though. Size is generally not a problem on desktop mobos if they support M.2 but for laptops both size and heat are a major concern although at least all (most?) M.2 NVMe drives know to throttle if they get too hot.
No they are two different things - one is a PCIE SSD converting to a SATA interface, the other is a SATA SSD using the SATA interface.
The M2 uses a PCIE bus interface be it B or M or hybrid. It's a bit pointless that it is using the SATA bus here - it's converting from its native PCIE bus to SATA.
My point still stands.The M.2 interface exposes all of these:
"Buses exposed through the M.2 connector are PCI Express 3.0, Serial ATA (SATA) 3.0 and USB 3.0, which is backward compatible with USB 2.0."
The whole reason drives like this are cheap is because they are able to use the existing SATA controllers. There is no conversion as such - just routing of the SATA signals to the M.2 connector so as long as an existing SATA SSD design can fit into (for example) 2280 it is an easy thing for a manufacturer to do - of course all the limits of SATA apply in terms of max 550-600MB/s etc. Native NVMe requires different controllers.
Its too slow for a M.2 anyway
Sorry this product is no longer available....:(
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Kingston UV400 SATA3 480GB Solid State Drive £92.34@ MIsco + P&P £98.32

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Except it wouldn't. In benchmarks you'd get some bigger numbers, but they don't translate into real-world gains that you would notice day to day. SSDs of any kind are insanely fast.

In most cases you'd be right, the majority of SSDs are effectively indistinguishable under real world use conditions. But the difference in speed here is so vast that you likely would notice the difference in many circumstances. The EVO 960 is an M.2 and the UV400 a lower end SATA SSD. We're talking about one being multiple times faster at everything - literally 4 times faster at normal read and write operations on average, for example.
daveroy
corneliuscobb
What's the performance of this compared to the Samsung Evo 960?
Not sure if you're being serious with that question but an EVO 960 would absolutely annihilate a UV400 in every single way imaginable.

Except it wouldn't. In benchmarks you'd get some bigger numbers, but they don't translate into real-world gains that you would notice day to day.

SSDs of any kind are insanely fast.
Its has a 200TB stated endurance... that is OK, the same as other reputable SSDs.
corneliuscobb
What's the performance of this compared to the Samsung Evo 960?
Not sure if you're being serious with that question but an EVO 960 would absolutely annihilate a UV400 in every single way imaginable.
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Close to the lowest price this has ever been on Amazon according to the camels. Seems like a pretty decent price for a very well reviewed SSD.
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Just had mine delivered. Good drive for the price.
I know deal is expired but forgot to say thanks, mines being delivered on Tuesday!
Not sure why this was un-expired. Amazon have increased their price by more than £50 which makes it too expensive for what it is.
expired, and the last few times I've tried to buy SSD's from amazon that have been a decent discount all my orders get cancelled... its like they are fishing for hits or something
Back to normal price now. Will the order get canceled by Amazon in a few weeks? ...
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Samsung 850 EVO 250GB 2.5" SATA III 3D V-NAND Solid State Drive SSD @ mobymemory.com £81.99 delivered

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jasee Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago21 Comments
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Do not order from this company. items never in-stock even when site say it is. wait two weeks for next day delivery. but item never in-stock. ended up getting a refund.
peaky1988
This deal should be taken down because of that, good find - you've saved me a lot of hassle!

I haven`t bought this drive from them but I`ve bought a few things over the years, including an intensio drive recently.
So far my credit card hasn`t been cloned :D , I think I usually use paypal anyway or maybe I`ve just been lucky?
jakeby
Worrying tales of non-delivey and credit card cloning here Google "review mobymemory"


This deal should be taken down because of that, good find - you've saved me a lot of hassle!
spannerzone
spannerzone
SSD drives should be mandatory in any computer, how some poor souls manage I don't know... it was the best £90 I ever spent back in 2012 for that 830 Evo and still going str
STUkrugen

Don't be daft. LOL
Only someone that refuses to move with the times and get an SSD would ever say that :D

Well, I've had one for 4 years so in yer face.

But I'm obviously not rubbishing SSD's, just your ridiculous trolling comment that using mechanical drives is a massive struggle.
spannerzone
SSD drives should be mandatory in any computer, how some poor souls manage I don't know... it was the best £90 I ever spent back in 2012 for that 830 Evo and still going str
STUkrugen

Don't be daft. LOL
Only someone that refuses to move with the times and get an SSD would ever say that :D
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Seagate BarraCuda 4TB 3.5" - SATA 6Gb/s Hard Drive - [ST4000DM005] £94.98 @ Ebuyer incl Delivery

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Had a Seagate Barracuda a few years back.....Pure disaster, bricked twice. I managed to power it up by effectively turning it into a usb drive using a nokia charger and a phone battery then some coding.
Bricked again after that so it got smashed to bits, Unless they're built better now I'd stay clear.
Seagate's reputation did take a serious hit a few years ago with some reliability problems, but from what I can tell their current generation of drives have no such issues.

I remember they were asking us to send the drives to Holland to be restored and the data saved however at the price of us having to postage both ways.

Lovely customer service.
mickmartin16
Had a Seagate Barracuda a few years back.....Pure disaster, bricked twice. I managed to power it up by effectively turning it into a usb drive using a nokia charger and a phone battery then some coding.
Bricked again after that so it got smashed to bits, Unless they're built better now I'd stay clear.

Seagate's reputation did take a serious hit a few years ago with some reliability problems, but from what I can tell their current generation of drives have no such issues.
VersatiL
Is saying to me that is 121£ in total... and for that price I'd rather buy a WD red....http://oi64.tinypic.com/28sx895.jpg

Price gone up now :( Also the free delivery is on the drop down menu
Had a Seagate Barracuda a few years back.....Pure disaster, bricked twice. I managed to power it up by effectively turning it into a usb drive using a nokia charger and a phone battery then some coding.

Bricked again after that so it got smashed to bits, Unless they're built better now I'd stay clear.
Is saying to me that is 121£ in total... and for that price I'd rather buy a WD red....
http://oi64.tinypic.com/28sx895.jpg
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Toshiba Trion 150 Series 2.5" 480 GB SATA SSD £114.99 @ Amazon.co.uk

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Had to find a cheap, but half decent SSD for a build, and at £114.99 delivered from Amazon this is about the best you are going to find. Lets clear a few things up first before the comments start.
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xyhz123456
BIGUSHEADUS
While this may be of help to no one, you can get some good deals on amazon warehouse with the 20% off, managed to get a m.2 crucial x300 1tb for 150 yesterday. If it doesnt come off at checkout just ask in customer chat and they will take it off for you.
Can you link your product?.
150 for what you said seems a bit wrong, it's nearly half price for a m.2.. https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Crucial-MX300-Internal-Solid-State/product/B01L80DH1Y?context=search
Arrived today, packaging showed signs of use but SSD looks brand new!http://i.imgur.com/lEQ8u2A.png
Crazy discount that.
I hope they work well, if so you got a great deal!
Yea I just need to put it all together now. You should keep a lookout for the stuff on warehouse, there are some great deals there.
BIGUSHEADUS
xyhz123456
BIGUSHEADUS
While this may be of help to no one, you can get some good deals on amazon warehouse with the 20% off, managed to get a m.2 crucial x300 1tb for 150 yesterday. If it doesnt come off at checkout just ask in customer chat and they will take it off for you.
Can you link your product?.
150 for what you said seems a bit wrong, it's nearly half price for a m.2.. https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Crucial-MX300-Internal-Solid-State/product/B01L80DH1Y?context=search
Arrived today, packaging showed signs of use but SSD looks brand new!http://i.imgur.com/lEQ8u2A.png

Crazy discount that.
I hope they work well, if so you got a great deal!
xyhz123456
BIGUSHEADUS
While this may be of help to no one, you can get some good deals on amazon warehouse with the 20% off, managed to get a m.2 crucial x300 1tb for 150 yesterday. If it doesnt come off at checkout just ask in customer chat and they will take it off for you.
Can you link your product?.
150 for what you said seems a bit wrong, it's nearly half price for a m.2.. https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Crucial-MX300-Internal-Solid-State/product/B01L80DH1Y?context=search
Arrived today, packaging showed signs of use but SSD looks brand new!

http://i.imgur.com/lEQ8u2A.png



Edited By: BIGUSHEADUS on May 16, 2017 22:07
You can now save an extra 97p if you're willing to wait for delivery?
BIGUSHEADUS
While this may be of help to no one, you can get some good deals on amazon warehouse with the 20% off, managed to get a m.2 crucial x300 1tb for 150 yesterday. If it doesnt come off at checkout just ask in customer chat and they will take it off for you.

Can you link your product?.
150 for what you said seems a bit wrong, it's nearly half price for a m.2..
https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Crucial-MX300-Internal-Solid-State/product/B01L80DH1Y?context=search
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SanDisk SSD Plus 480GB SATA III 2.5inch SSD @ Maplin (£99.99) - click & collect

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A good price for a SanDisk 480GB SSD anyway, but if you reserve and collect for this weekend they'll knock a tenner off, nice.
daddylanc Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago47 Comments
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No longer available. Showing as 'discontinued product'.
Though they do have a 'Phison 480gb SSD' at the same price which seems to be faster.
http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/phison-480gb-25-inch-sata-iii-ssd-a10wg
htslough
Once you've found the item was cheaper previously, you just don't feel like biting, especially with tech which normally always gets cheaper or more advanced for the same money.

If you are desperate for one then go for it, otherwise I'm sure they'll eventually get cheaper again.


This is me for the last year, I need a load of 8TBs soon and a few more of these SSDs. :(
taras
GasGaGlide
oneladyowner
GasGaGlide
Locknloadharry
M.2 Polaris for me now......But the OP deal looks a good price, given how prices fluctuate with these on a daily basis.
What is M.2 Polaris?
I just googled M.2 polaris and I gotta say those speeds must be something to behold !.
Ah so faster read/write. Thank you :)
the samsung 961 is fast but the 960 is faster. but its the insane iops that makes the drive..
That's correct.
Discontinued, no stock left :(
fadsarmy
K1LLER_HORNET
Wow, it was £79.99 last year for the Ultra II.
Wait till it comes down then; you maybe waiting a long time.

Yeah, if I needed one.
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Seagate FireCuda 2TB SATA III 2.5" Hybrid Hard Drive - £89.99 @ Box.co.uk

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Great drive, price gone back up now at Box, but still on Amazon for £88.82 . I have an older 1TB hybrid on an i7 running VMWARE with various VMs. Caching in the 8GB NAND is useful of much faster reboots. Seagate offers 5 years warranty on this so I would say this £89 is a cheap price with NAND cache (worth £10-£15) plus 5 years warranty (worth £10).
Mine arrived today, now installed in my ps4 pro, re - downloaded all my games, and starting with new game saves, looking forward to monitoring speeds over the coming weeks :)
They are great in ps4 and speed it noticeably different
I've read if the same game is loaded around 5+ times, the load speed increase is enormous
Digital Foundry tests show this to be an excellent upgrade for a PS4 / Pro if you play the same game a number of times it will give speeds comparable to an SSD drive!
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SanDisk SSD PLUS 240 GB up to 530 MB/s Sata III 2.5 inch Internal SSD £69.99 - Amazon

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scadsman Avatar3m, 4d agoFound 3 months, 4 days ago52 Comments
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ro53ben
Having a drive that is 5-6 times quicker is no use unless you:
1) Install games
2) Play games
3) Edit video files
4) Rip/convert audio files
5) Rip/convert video files.
6) Install OS updates
7) Use a paging file.
Otherwise they are no use at all. But in that case you may as well be using a netbook or tablet as you don't need a PC to browse the internet or write a Word document.
I can tell you from first hand experience as I've sold over 7,000 laptops that SSDs do matter for everyday use.
A conventional hard drive is the major bottleneck in any computer system, once SSDs came about 10 years ago this changed, they were pretty ropey then, but any computer I buy now has to have an SSD in it even if I was just browsing the Internet. They massively improve OS performance, of course you could just argue that you boot up your PC and wait and then wait for the browser to open etc, of course you can, however when you multiply that waiting time by the amount of times you use the computer it becomes obvious that an SSD just gives an overall better user experience. Once you've used a PC with an SSD you just wouldn't want to go back to using a conventional HDD.

You need PCIe NVME, if only to help you catch up with the thread quicker. We're not talking about SSD vs. spinning rust at all. We all know the benefits of that.
anonimousse
fishmaster
I can tell you from first hand experience as I'v
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There's other letters in the alphabet that you can use to form sentences with, it's fun, have a go sometime :)
fishmaster
I can tell you from first hand experience as I'v
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I think the comparison was SSD to nvme.
fishmaster
ro53ben
Having a drive that is 5-6 times quicker is no use unless you:
1) Install games
2) Play games
3) Edit video files
4) Rip/convert audio files
5) Rip/convert video files.
6) Install OS updates
7) Use a paging file.
Otherwise they are no use at all. But in that case you may as well be using a netbook or tablet as you don't need a PC to browse the internet or write a Word document.
I can tell you from first hand experience as I've sold over 7,000 laptops that SSDs do matter for everyday use.
A conventional hard drive is the major bottleneck in any computer system, once SSDs came about 10 years ago this changed, they were pretty ropey then, but any computer I buy now has to have an SSD in it even if I was just browsing the Internet. They massively improve OS performance, of course you could just argue that you boot up your PC and wait and then wait for the browser to open etc, of course you can, however when you multiply that waiting time by the amount of times you use the computer it becomes obvious that an SSD just gives an overall better user experience. Once you've used a PC with an SSD you just wouldn't want to go back to using a conventional HDD.

Don't forget about lower energy use with an SSD.
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The oner I bought , I put it my laptop, as a proper SSD was very limited by the fact of the SATA controller of just 3Gb/s.
So I thought that this hybrid would be a compromise between a HD and SSD, and to some point it is.
the point isn't the sequential speed which is really the main thing which would be (potentially) limited vs HDD on SATA2 (or even SATA1)
Teracopy is now on 3.0 , I think its better faster at copying .
Most laptop drives are 5400rpm, for energy/heat saving , some even run at 4200.
This drive, depending on how often it actually spins up the drive, rather than fetching from the Kache, may extend your battery life
Damnit I missed it
plewis00
mugen6
derp1664
trueno2k
Why go for this when the 2TB model is only 2x the cost for so much more storage!.. Cold from me!..
Why buy a Ford when a Mercedes is only twice the price :D
Exactly. This would be perfect for grandma's laptop - she's not much of a torrent user...
Why not just buy a 128GB pure SSD then? These hybrid drives are so disappointing in real would use.

It's a fair point, a pure SSD would be much much better, but woiuld need to be bigger than 128GB because after Windows/Office/other usual apps + cache, space for windows updates, you're left with about 80GB. She has photos and videos of the grandkids and that would fill up quickly. Another 350GB would come in handy.
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brainsys
Voted cold. 95% of the drive runs like a dog - slower than almost any other HDD. The 8GB SSD isn't going to hold much of your OS and swap space (well unless you run a minimal Linux distribution).
Wags have said it would be faster to run your OS off a USB stick. IMHO better to spend your money on a faster or bigger HDD that hasn't been emasculated by the 'shingle' effect. Until next year when, hopefully, pure SSDs become affordable again.
I upgraded this drive to 500GB Samsung evo 850 in my i5 skylake laptop and expected miracle. Miracle hasn't happened. With my recent use ( office, web browsing, photo editing and light gaming ) I couldn't spot a lot of difference. Fresh win install didn't help either. From my point of view I just wasted £100.
This is a good drive for money (I'm Acer & Compaq ex IT engineer).
not much difference to Evo 850 haha ok mate
"ex IT engineer" :)


So he had both drives and couldn't see much difference in REAL world use in his case. How are you gonna argue with that?
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powerbrick
derp1664
powerbrick
derp1664
powerbrick
Ordered.
Still waiting for my WD black 4TB that was cheap, ordered that 8 weeks ago.
How cheap was the WD black? Must've missed it I've been looking for one of those
£119.99, retail boxed version, 5yr warranty, still on order had a couple of emails saying they are trying to source stock.
Nice find. Worth the wait if you get it.
That WD 4TB black for £119 has just been dispatched, coming on Saturday :D

Haha that took a while X)
Still, nice result in the end
derp1664
powerbrick
derp1664
powerbrick
Ordered.
Still waiting for my WD black 4TB that was cheap, ordered that 8 weeks ago.
How cheap was the WD black? Must've missed it I've been looking for one of those
£119.99, retail boxed version, 5yr warranty, still on order had a couple of emails saying they are trying to source stock.
Nice find. Worth the wait if you get it.

That WD 4TB black for £119 has just been dispatched, coming on Saturday :D
giv it half a year,the price may drop to where it was.
Was wondering how others had got on. I've had bottles of wine cancelled and various other things (not just PC parts), so it's just bad luck.
Steelman111
After what Kingston did with the V300's I'm probably never going to buy a Kingston SSD again, it also makes me doubt the quality of all of their other products.
Think about that for a moment. Even if it was just once in their history - they were caught downgrading SSD's and selling them to people who were under the belief that they were getting the same SSD that the reviewers had gotten when in fact they were getting a shoddy cheaper version that didn't perform as well, how can you trust that the company isn't doing it elsewhere but hasn't been found out yet?.
That one mistake has lost them someone who would otherwise have bought this product and I won't be the only one that feels the same about what they did.

Hope you dont drive anything from the VW group or own a samsung phone then
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Seen this was posted a few years ago, but it seems like a nice deal for 240gb. Any feedback more than welcome :)
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Don't mention the ridiculous price of ram! Oops :)
I've been thinking about getting a hybrid 2TB Seagate firecuda for around £95, anyone recommend or?

From experience, I think hybrid hard disks (SSHDs) are a total waste of time and are marketing over and above function. I would think you'll just get annoyed that they seem barely quicker than a hard disk most of the time. When I had mine as well, I would get micro-stuttering - every 5 seconds or so the computer would freeze for maybe 0.1 seconds but it would interrupt videos, moving the cursor, etc. In the end I put a pure SSD in it and wish I had done from day one. That was on a Seagate Momentus XT and it was widely documented on forums with no fix.
cheap..just payed 80£ yesterday for 240gb in Argos for a Kingstone :))))
Don't mention the ridiculous price of ram! Oops :)

I've been thinking about getting a hybrid 2TB Seagate firecuda for around £95, anyone recommend or?


Edited By: utopiangames on Mar 16, 2017 09:13: Edit
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Holy moly, SSD prices have rocketed. Used to be like £25 for 120gb, this is so sad.
Yeah, they really have. They will come down again when we're not in the middle of a NAND shortage when GBP is (hopefully...) worth a bit more, but it's definitely going to be more of a medium term wait than a short term one.
In all honesty, I'd say that if you've managed to do without an SSD so far (bearing in mind they've been relatively affordable for mere mortals for 5+ years now), continue to do so. If you can wait for lower prices, do. If you cannot wait, buy in the knowledge that you're paying a lot in comparison to what SSDs have cost in the relatively recent past.
EDIT: For reference, I paid a fiver more than this for a 480GB SSD in summer 2016 and about 8 quid more than this for a 525GB SSD back in late November. It's a sad time to need to buy an SSD. :(
This has first-world problems written all over it :3
I think any issue involving an SSD is a first-world problem! X)
After all, an ancient 40GB piece of spinning rust will run Windows 7/8.1/10 and day to day, normal programs just fine.
Don't think that's possible, at least for the things I do on a PC. Games alone take more space (then again I'd use a HDD for that as space is limited on a SSD).
I'm glad in some way I built my PC early 2016, prices on parts have either stayed the same or risen (minus my GPU). Just hope I don't need another SSD anytime soon as it's so much more smoother than running off a mechanical drive, can't imagine life pre-SSD. :{
Yes, but huge 40GB+ games aren't "normal" programs for most people to have on their PC; I meant Windows plus stuff like MS Office and Chrome, not GTA V! :p
Parts prices have been horrible since the referendum and the drop in GBP value, SSDs and RAM have been hit doubly hard due to the shortages of components used to make them. GPU prices have been pretty unpleasant too; in the USA the reference 1080Ti is $50 more than the reference 980Ti was at launch ($649 vs $699), but about £150 more (£550 vs £700) here in the UK! Hopefully GBP recovers when they finish faffing about with Brexit.
I wouldn't fancy having spinning rust in my computers now, as of November last year I have no mechanical HDDs in my computers...it's wonderful, something I've been looking forward to since I bought my first SSD back in 2012. 8)

I ended up getting 120gb that was on here a while ago for £25. For me it was entirely worth the fact that windows starts in about 10 secs, but I think that is because I'm old enough now to remember turning on a PC making a cup of tea and coming back to Windows just loading. I only have Windows and Vegas Pro running on it, everything else is on a standard HD.
lol not paying these prices
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Seagate BarraCuda 2TB 3.5 SATA 3 Hard Drive - £63.72 - Ebuyer

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capricornianz
Can these be used for CCTV DVR?


Yes
Can these be used for CCTV DVR?
£62.99 on Amazon I think Check this out: Seagate BarraCuda 2 TB 3.5 inch Internal Hard Drive (64 MB Cache ... https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01ICLGJF8/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_awdb_8KPWyb25AXW2G
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Crucial MX300 525 GB SATA 2.5 Inch Internal Solid State Drive with 9.5 mm Adapter - Grey/Blue £129.00 @ Amazon

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great deal on good sized SSD.
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Good price for good ssd!!! Bought it months ago for £81 with a bit of luck on sales 8) price/quality even for this £££ is good to go :)
matedodgy
I know we don't have time machines and such, but I picked up a 1tb ssd from Amazon in Jan 16 for £142. So if I had £130 in my pocket for an ssd, I'd set up some price watches and try and get something bigger for a similar price.
Some on HUKD clearly DO have time machines, why else would people tells us they got products for much cheaper prices in the past? the only logical conclusion is that they're advising us to go back in time to save money. But they're the fools, any time traveller knows that you go forward to save the big money, I go forward 10 years and find these 1tb ssd drives in the local dump.
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matedodgy
I know we don't have time machines and such, but I picked up a 1tb ssd from Amazon in Jan 16 for £142. So if I had £130 in my pocket for an ssd, I'd set up some price watches and try and get something bigger for a similar price.
What brand? And was it new?

Yeah, Amazon new SanDisk Ultra II SSD 960 GB Sata III 2.5-inch Internal SSD up to 550 MB/s, £142.99. Lots of deals of this type on hotukdeals 8-12 months ago. Shame that prices have gone up since as others have said due to demand.
The 1tb is £230 on amazon just now which is a good deal as the 750gb is £190
seems like a good price in current climate , i managed to get evo 256GB for £65 from amazon after waiting 3 weeks.
i am going to wait for later in the year to get 1TB drives as prices are way to high at the mo
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Crucial MX300 275gb 2.5" Sata-3 SSD £74.95 at AWD-IT

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Does this come with an adapter to fit it into a desktop?


No, adapter is not included
Does this come with an adapter to fit it into a desktop?
has been £60 on Amazon, been rising to £88
275gb? That's a weird capacity
The 750gb was around £125 pre Christmas sales, currently around £190 though, for reference.

Edited By: pacifika on Mar 02, 2017 08:21: Clarify offer
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Crucial MX100 256GB 2.5" SATA SSD - £63.99 Office Outlet - In Store, Greenbridge, Swindon

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I got the last 256gb in Swindon today, thanks cjed for sharing
Can confirm those prices at Office Outlet at Southampton West Quay retail branch. Was couple of display boxes on shelf around 3 of each 250GB and 500GB.
Just had a 512gb one from Kidderminster .... Priced on shelf at £149.99... Goes through the till at £95.99...
There was one left at 4pm tonight.....
Good god , somebody bought staples ? Really bad store (maybe becoz of the impending selloff) , but a good price ...
The Staples brand or the uk stores were sold last year and the owner of HMV bought them and rebranded them as Office Outlet.
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Icybox IB-3664SU3 External 4-Bay JBOD Enclosure for 3.5-Inch SATA I/II/III HDD @ Icybox Amazon £124.02 delivered

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This is I think the cheapest price for this box, or for anything similar, I think. This is NOT a NAS! SKU IB-3664SU3 EAN: 4250078160908 Manufacturer Icy Box. It's difficult to find much informa…
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If you just want to read and write to 4 drives at the same time this might be a cheaper option. Critics might say the drives are loose and the is no fan it does depends on how you plan to use it.

You can get the 4 bay Orico off Aliexpress for 48 quid (as of right now) other sellers on ebay charge a lot more.

I own this product and for what I use it for (backup syncs) it is ideal, low use a few times a week. Just putting it out there for a cheaper alternative if anybody is interested.
http://i.imgur.com/hJnJ5HL.jpg
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CampGareth
A rackmount server you can modify to be quiet might be better on price/performance. I picked up a £95 server with 12 x 3.5" bays then have been modifying it. £15 for replacement fans to keep it quiet, most recently £40 for a new controller as the supplied one didn't support drives over 2TB or a proper JBOD mode. Still cheaper in bays per dollar.
Usually these are enormous and very heavy and if anything goes wrong with the hardware, the secondhand parts are a ridiculous price on ebay. The controllers are often scusi! So the drives have to be and they also are an arm and a leg and not too fast by today's standards
Enormous and heavy are definitely true. Expensive parts isn't true though, it depends on what you're getting. Whatever's coming out of active duty in datacentres tends to be cheap, so atm servers with Nehalem era CPUs are cheap, the consumer version was the first generation core i3/5/7 stuff. When the servers themselves are cheap, parts are also cheap.
Relatively speaking maybe, I can never really understand why server gear is so ludicrously expensive to start with. Ok, they're built like tanks but unless you are actually going to war, whats the point? Redundant power supplies ok. I think people just expect to pay a lot because they always have
Traditionally it was yields on chips, time spent testing and programming features for compliance... nowadays I'm not so sure. It doesn't cost Intel much more to make a 24 core beast with ECC support and 40+ lanes of PCI-E than it does a desktop chip. As for time spent on ensuring features actually work, ha, I've run into one too many weird servers to think that's the case.
CampGareth
jasee
CampGareth
A rackmount server you can modify to be quiet might be better on price/performance. I picked up a £95 server with 12 x 3.5" bays then have been modifying it. £15 for replacement fans to keep it quiet, most recently £40 for a new controller as the supplied one didn't support drives over 2TB or a proper JBOD mode. Still cheaper in bays per dollar.
Usually these are enormous and very heavy and if anything goes wrong with the hardware, the secondhand parts are a ridiculous price on ebay. The controllers are often scusi! So the drives have to be and they also are an arm and a leg and not too fast by today's standards
Enormous and heavy are definitely true. Expensive parts isn't true though, it depends on what you're getting. Whatever's coming out of active duty in datacentres tends to be cheap, so atm servers with Nehalem era CPUs are cheap, the consumer version was the first generation core i3/5/7 stuff. When the servers themselves are cheap, parts are also cheap.
Relatively speaking maybe, I can never really understand why server gear is so ludicrously expensive to start with. Ok, they're built like tanks but unless you are actually going to war, whats the point? Redundant power supplies ok. I think people just expect to pay a lot because they always have
GwanGy
Phillip Jenkins is selling it for less , approx 108.50 ,,##... same page
Just launched!
And from the US!
+tax and VAT, I wouldn't wonder?
jasee
CampGareth
A rackmount server you can modify to be quiet might be better on price/performance. I picked up a £95 server with 12 x 3.5" bays then have been modifying it. £15 for replacement fans to keep it quiet, most recently £40 for a new controller as the supplied one didn't support drives over 2TB or a proper JBOD mode. Still cheaper in bays per dollar.
Usually these are enormous and very heavy and if anything goes wrong with the hardware, the secondhand parts are a ridiculous price on ebay. The controllers are often scusi! So the drives have to be and they also are an arm and a leg and not too fast by today's standards

Enormous and heavy are definitely true. Expensive parts isn't true though, it depends on what you're getting. Whatever's coming out of active duty in datacentres tends to be cheap, so atm servers with Nehalem era CPUs are cheap, the consumer version was the first generation core i3/5/7 stuff. When the servers themselves are cheap, parts are also cheap.

As for controllers, jesus no, I haven't seen SCSI in use in decades. I've seen SAS in use but that's compatible with SATA. The normal setup is you get some miniSAS ports which are 4 x SAS connections in one connector, these are then split out into 4 SAS/SATA connections by a backplane for the front-mounted drives. Think of it as a similar setup to these, you use something that isn't SATA e.g. USB to make the connection to the rest of the PC, but then it's converted to SATA and all is well. For instance all my drives are consumer SATA things, 3.5", 2.5", various capacities I've picked up over the years.
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Western Digital Black 4TB 3.5" Internal Hard Drive £119.99 @ Amazon

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Slightly cheaper than the 4TB WD Blue drive but with a longer 5 year warranty and better performance. Usually around £170, dispatched and sold by Amazon.co.uk
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turning up tomorrow apparently
Did it get delivered?
yeah, is delivered, installed, and in use.
atdrocker
turning up tomorrow apparently
Did it get delivered?
turning up tomorrow apparently
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itsillogical
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It was out of stock when i ordered, but i just saw they are sending it out today.
Hi, I'm getting the run around from Amazon re my order, they now say it was damaged and returned, how convenient. I'd appreciate a heads up when you actually ordered yours, if it was on back order and lastly if you get it delivered. Thanks. Any others still getting emails re this content if you have backorders still pending or actually cancelled.
I ordered when they were oos. Around 14.50 on 7 Feb. It arrived yesterday.
Thanks for updating me. I ordered mine about 1/2hr before yours. I'd appreciate anybody else who's had a successful order regarding this deal, or had their order cancelled.

They pushed back my delivery date until this coming weekend.
Just got mine, its a 2TB Black so its going back as well.
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Samsung 850 EVO 500GB 2.5inch SATA SSD Free Delivery - £105.29 @ Sold by NextLevelSavings and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Missed :(:(

Yesterday my OCZ failed after 3 years, and they(OCZ agent) said can't do anything and told me to buy new one lol

Now i need SSD >>>> Can't live without it > deals please
Member when this was on Amazon Black Friday deal for £90.99 ?
Damn, missed this deal!
dispatch email has been received! X)
dpolaszk
lol just bought 250 for almost 90 quid .. no regrets though it's worth it

I would not suggest to anyone to buy the 250 gb 850 evo at that price. The benefits which the 850 evo and pro have are clear but when they are over priced and pcie based ssds come in to its a white elephant

Ie only buy if you are chucking large files around on two 850 evos and or you don't have nvme (pci-e) based m.2 on your computer; then buy the 850 evo/pro
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OCZ Toshiba Trion 150 Series 2.5-Inch 240 GB SATA SSD - Usually dispatched 1 to 2 months £55.22 @ amazon

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Probably the cheapest deal for a 240gb SSD, and a decent brand too. Usually dispatched within 1-2 months if you're prepared to wait, or just order and if something cheaper comes up in the mean time
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Mine failed after 3 years, i have two ocz and i spoke to them for replacement they said i should have bought 5 years warranty ones so they couldn't do anything.. SHAME NEVER GO FOR OCZ

I have 480GB Deneva 2 MLC Async in MBP with a minimal usage and it fails!! very sad

Its just my experience :(
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Confuzz
Nice price but seems to be some relibility issues on some recent reviews
Exactly, under the old OCZ brand I supplied 3 classrooms of PC's with OCZ drives in, every single one failed. I know Toshiba have taken over the business but it looks as though there's still problems.
Owner of 2 OCZ (2nd and 3rd Gen) and a Toshiba myself and had no problem so far. It maybe myself playing with fire, but I would get another one, specially at this price


my ocz SSD failed yesterday after 2.5 years :( with very minimal usage in my MBP MID 2012. Now i am after samsung evo as it got 5 year warranty
Now back at ~£55
As an alternative, given the long delay, I'd encourage checking out:

https://www.novatech.co.uk/products/components/harddrives-internal/ssdsolidstate/240gbto400gb/hfs250g32tnd-n1a2a.html

Not a well none maker, yet, but these drives are almost as good as Samsung 850s for £20 less. SK Hynix are a huge supplier of internal components and have recently moved into manufacturing their own consumer drives.

Tom's Hardware says "The SL308 we tested today shows a lot of promise in the value-focused storage segment. With some additional firmware tuning, it could be an exceptional product. Though the SL308 doesn't quite dethrone Samsung's 500GB 850 EVO in the performance charts, it comes close"

Edited By: Themadcow on Feb 05, 2017 11:18
Performance aside, OCZ drives have historically always been bad for reliability. They are owned by Toshiba now but not much has improved. I won't vote either way as you won't find another ~240 drive brand new at this price but be warned.
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Western Digital Black 1TB Performance Desktop Hard Disk Drive - 7200 RPM SATA 6 Gb/s 64MB Cache 3.5 Inch - Retail Box - £66.69 @ Amazon UK

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Just picked this up for my Secondary Drive for a new build im currently doing. Seems to be the cheapest so far and oddly, Retail Box was cheaper than Component Boxed. Here are the Product Descripti…
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Seems very expensive for 1tb
Not if you're after a drive with a 5 year warranty.

Decent price for a 1TB WD Black although has been this price for the most part of 18 months...
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i have seen hybrid drives for same price. maybe they are refurbished but should be better?
sparx1981
Seems very expensive for 1tb
It's black.
Seems very expensive for 1tb
Good drives!
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Toshiba P300 High Performance 2TB Internal Hard Drive £52.99 with code @ Amazon

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as expected, people will now flood post with items sold by Amazon over £50. as they have all now miraculously become £10 cheaper.
Indeed its very annoying the code been posted we dont need the site spammed with this item and code
as expected, people will now flood post with items sold by Amazon over £50. as they have all now miraculously become £10 cheaper.
already posted so cold