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256GB Sandisk Z400S M.2 2280 Internal SSD £52.79 @ Amazon (further 5% off for students)
256GB Sandisk Z400S M.2 2280 Internal SSD £52.79 @ Amazon (further 5% off for students)

256GB Sandisk Z400S M.2 2280 Internal SSD £52.79 @ Amazon (further 5% off for students)

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To the delight of everyone Students might get a further 5% bringing it to = £50.15

Size: 256GB | Style Name: M.2

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An excellent price - no real use for it, though. Got a 256GB Hynix SSD in the M.2 slot on my laptop (and a 2.5" 1TB in the other slot). So nothing to offer me, but a good deal for others if they can use it. heat from me.

Better sm961 samsung m2?

Meant pm961

Better sm961 samsung m2?

Not in the slightest, these are low end SSD. Not even pcie .
Dumping stock perhaps? , as their new masters (WD) release their own slightly less mediocre SSD's .

RUGAAL

Better sm961 samsung m2?


This one is only SATA so nowhere close, you have to ask yourself if you really need a PCI-e drive though, in the real world I really doubt there would be that much discernible difference unless you are doing something ridiculously intense with it.

With this fit a 2011 macbook air?

GwanGy

Not in the slightest, these are low end SSD. Not even pcie . Dumping … Not in the slightest, these are low end SSD. Not even pcie . Dumping stock perhaps? , as their new masters (WD) release their own slightly less mediocre SSD's .


DUmping or not, this is still a good deal.

chaddeh

With this fit a 2011 macbook air?



i doubt that it has a M.2 slot, they only started to appear last year.

A lot of people make a lot of fuss about some SSDs being faster than others and some M.2 being faster than others. I used to have a regular Samsung SATA SSD and now I have a PCIe M.2 and the difference is not as great as people make out. Maybe it would be for specific tasks but I'd say your average user wouldn't notice any difference.

"To the delight of everyone Students might get a further 5% bringing it to = £50.15"

I assume that was meant sarcastically
I don't think students have ever been LESS liked or respected by the majority in history ! (with good reason)

How are you supposed to hook this up? do all boards come with an m.2 slot?

tarryboy

How are you supposed to hook this up? do all boards come with an m.2 slot?


No, my ironing board is SATA only but it does come with water cooling.

M.2 is mainly for modern laptops and some tablets but more recent higher end desktop boards support it.

chaddeh

With this fit a 2011 macbook air?



I believe yes if you use this adapter: amazon.com/gp/…45c

I could be wrong though.

Edited by: "ollie87" 20th Oct 2016

£75 quid now

GwanGy

Not in the slightest, these are low end SSD. Not even pcie . Dumping … Not in the slightest, these are low end SSD. Not even pcie . Dumping stock perhaps? , as their new masters (WD) release their own slightly less mediocre SSD's .



Looking forward to all the recertified WD SSD's :P

£74.99 now, and OOS. Expiring.

Prob cancel orders and claim it was a misprice like the Samsung ssd the other day

price went up

I ordered this and then checked my PC to see if I have any m.2 slots,
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