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2TB - Patriot P210 SATA SSD - 520MB/s, 3D TLC - £85.98 UK Mainland @ ebuyer / ebay

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1TB model £43.99 here

Patriot's next generation 2.5" SATA III, P210 SSD, is designed with the latest SATA 3 controller, capable of delivering capacities of up to 2TB. This cost-effective solid-state drive is great for condensing more data into a smaller space, providing you with the technology to easily store everything you need. Patriot’s P210 improves your system's performance with more storage than ever.

This 7mm high 2.5” form factor SSD is perfect for easy and fast upgrades to your overall system, enough to securely store large les and provide efficiency towards daily tasks. Patriot’s P210 enhances your computer’s performance and speeds up application loading to provide overall better performance and productivity.

Backed by our great Patriot 3-year warranty and customer service, Patriot’s P210 series delivers one of the most reliable and price-to-performance SSD’s on the market.
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    Excellent for bulk storage (like a game drive).
    Something to point out if you do large transfers regularly these will slow down quite a bit once the SLC cache is used up.

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    Yeah already mentioned in description
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    I'm thinking of getting this to hold games on my series X for storage when I'm running low on internal space. I know I need to move them back to play, so was wondering about transfer speeds?
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    Great price 🔥🔥🔥
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    Are these any good in servers?
    Doesn’t work in my wife
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    Just fitted one of these and I'm writing about 1TB of files to it, it did around 400MB/s for the first 200GB but it's been around 70MB/s since then with drops as low of 5MB/s (again these are write speeds). Bought it as a storage drive so it doesn't really matter but it's not stellar.
    That's standard for dramless ssd
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