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1Tb mSATA Samsung evo, Amazon.de £300 (379 euros) plus shipping - £303 @ Amazon DE
1Tb mSATA Samsung evo, Amazon.de £300 (379 euros) plus shipping - £303 @ Amazon DE

1Tb mSATA Samsung evo, Amazon.de £300 (379 euros) plus shipping - £303 @ Amazon DE

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1TB mSATA at the price of the regular Evo SSD.

N.B. Yes, it will be cheaper next year. Yes, you could almost get 2 laptops for this price. I don't care, I'm having it.

29 Comments

Original Poster

Ooo. the little so-and-so has gone up immediately. Naughty Amazon!

My bad, still 379 Euros.
Edited by: "eatmorefish" 23rd Jul 2014

Regardless i think this is a cracking deal, one small chip to plant on your MB and you have 1TB, basically a clean build and no need for moving parts!

VengeceVapourX

Regardless i think this is a cracking deal, one small chip to plant on … Regardless i think this is a cracking deal, one small chip to plant on your MB and you have 1TB, basically a clean build and no need for moving parts!

The CPU fan?

splender

The CPU fan?



Water cooling!

Passive cooling as per tablets

splender

The CPU fan?



The power button?

Hot. Pity the 512MB is not similarly well-priced, don't need 1TB yet.

jaydeeuk1

The power button?:{



Touch sensitive button.

dfarrall

Touch sensitive button.


Electrons?

Oneday77

Electrons?



LOL

I have an unused mSata connection on my mobo . I'm looking to upgrade my existing SSD to a new 1TB SSD , and put the old one on the wife's laptop. Is there any advantage to getting this mSata SSD or should I just get a conventional SSD and put it in the drive bay ?

kencol

Passive cooling as per tablets

Find me a 1TB tablet please!

richardsim7

Water cooling!

What makes water circulate!Ask your mum how she had made water move when she'd bathed you as a baby!

Edited by: "splender" 23rd Jul 2014

uklee1969

I have an unused mSata connection on my mobo . I'm looking to upgrade my … I have an unused mSata connection on my mobo . I'm looking to upgrade my existing SSD to a new 1TB SSD , and put the old one on the wife's laptop. Is there any advantage to getting this mSata SSD or should I just get a conventional SSD and put it in the drive bay ?



Unless this is cheaper, not really. It still connects to the sata controller so there's no performance advantage.

splender

Find me a 1TB tablet please!



Or you could just have a passive heatsink and psu.

kencol

http://www.pcpro.co.uk/news/385903/samsung-launches-1tb-ssd-for-ultrabooks-and-tabletshttp://www.tigerdirect.ca/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=8009476&SRCCODE=MDOTCA&MobileOptOut=1Stick one of these in a tablet with an msata slot.

That's a tablet PC, in any case we were talking about "no moving parts" so this example that you gave has a fan. Mind you a 1TB hand held tablet with 1-2 watt quad core or more is a few years' away, not too long!

splender

Find me a 1TB tablet please!

can't afford this but I've got an archos 101 g9 with a 250gb HDD in it, and there are instructions on xda-developers to upgrade it with an msata!

Heat for the brash description... (and cause its a great price for a 1tb ssd)

Adrian7

Hot. Pity the 512MB is not similarly well-priced, don't need 1TB yet.



Don't need 1tb yet? Tell that to the steam sale!

Holly cow, £300 for 1T SSD!! and it a Samsung....Mega Hot for me

choccieman

can't afford this but I've got an archos 101 g9 with a 250gb HDD in it, … can't afford this but I've got an archos 101 g9 with a 250gb HDD in it, and there are instructions on xda-developers to upgrade it with an msata!

Interesting... may make a very low energy file serve, file sharing..

Oneday77

Electrons?



Doesn't count, they are waves of energy.

Peelypeel

Doesn't count, they are waves of energy.


Electrons do pass from atom to atom in electrically conductive materials ie metal.
So I'd say they do move.

splender

The CPU fan?



A Fanless CPU Cooler e.g. Zalman or a HTPC

Oneday77

Electrons do pass from atom to atom in electrically conductive materials … Electrons do pass from atom to atom in electrically conductive materials ie metal. So I'd say they do move.



We could go far too deep into this. Lets just agree that the definition of a "moving part" is normally something of human scale, ie something larger than a molecule. Any smaller and you can claim the vibrations of an atom count as movement. And then *almost* every object in the universe is a moving part.

Maevoric

Don't need 1tb yet? Tell that to the steam sale!



1TB?? I think "512MB" is far beyond an
Peelypeel

We could go far too deep into this. Lets just agree that the definition … We could go far too deep into this. Lets just agree that the definition of a "moving part" is normally something of human scale, ie something larger than a molecule. Any smaller and you can claim the vibrations of an atom count as movement. And then *almost* every object in the universe is a moving part.



In which my first answer is truly correct!

heat for the funny 'moving parts' comments

Great stuff, ordered at €351 from Amazon.de
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