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480GB - Kioxia EXCERIA 2.5" SATA SSD (up to 555/540MB/s R/W) - £22.48 Delivered @ Amazon

£22.48£27.4818% off
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update - price drop from £24.98 to £22.48 on 30/01

Credit to @rapidracer10 for the price drop notification. Cheers mate

Good price for this Dramless TLC SATA SSD.

About the item:

  • 555/540 MB/s Max Sequential Read/Write Speed1
  • Shock Resistant
  • 2.5 Inch, 7 mm Height Form Factor
  • SSD Utility Management Software

Upgrading from a hard disk drive (HDD) should be easy and affordable and that’s where EXCERIA SATA SSD series come in. Designed to boost the speed of your desktop or notebook PC over conventional HDDs, the EXCERIA SATA SSD series leverages BiCS FLASH, to deliver well-balanced performance, reliability, and value that will transform your desktop or mobile system.

  • Shock Resistant
  • 2.5-inch, 7mm Height Form Factor
  • SSD Utility Management Software

Performance Made Affordable
Upgrading to an SSD from a conventional HDD can feel like you've purchased an entirely new system. EXCERIA SATA SSD series balance cost and performance so you have enough funds left over for other.

Improved for On-the-go

Compared to hard disk drives, EXCERIA SATA SSD series also offer improved durability and power consumption, which can translate into longer battery life to keep you up and running longer.

Cutting Edge 3D Flash Memory
Each EXCERIA SSD is built with BiCS FLASH and a vertically stacked cell structure, delivering a cutting edge storage experience.

SSD Utility Management Software

SSD Utility is a Graphical User Interface (GUI) based management software tool designed to help you maintain, monitor and tune your SSD!

About Kioxia
KIOXIA Europe GmbH (formerly Toshiba Memory Europe GmbH) is the European subsidiary of KIOXIA Corporation, a leading worldwide supplier of flash memory, solid state drives (SSDs) and software solutions. We are uniquely positioned with our broad product range to enable our customers to really drive their storage transformation.

From the invention of flash memory in 1984 to today’s BiCS FLASH 3D technology, KIOXIA continues to move the industry forward and has carved out a path to a new era
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    I wrote to Kioxia to confirm whether or not this had DRAM cache a few weeks back, and they said that all the Exceria SSDs have it. Yet everyone else seems to disagree!
    They misunderstood The Kioxia Exceria "SATA" SSD model and it's don't have DRAM cache.

    The Kioxia Exceria SATA uses a rebranded Phison S11 controller paired with aging 64-layer 3D TLC flash from Toshiba. A DRAM cache is not available, the NVMe Host Memory Buffer feature is also not supported. (edited)
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    Replaced a 5400 spin mechanical with one of these a couple of weeks back and it was worthwhile.

    You will need a spacer as there isn't one in the box. (edited)
    Meh. Double sided tape will suffice.
    Heat for this deal btw, fine drives for the price. (edited)
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    Heat for the deal - I would buy this if I hadn't already bought 3 SSDs from last weeks deals - I still haven't got round to using them - curse HotUKdeals!

    I went to buy it anyway and it's showing as £24.98 - where is the 10% voucher? (edited)
    Same here. Still showing £24.98. No obvious voucher/discount.
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    12 Months - 120TBW
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    I've got one of these and on large writes it gets slow. I guess it's ok for the price.
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    Which is the better drive? This or the Kingston A400? Both deals same price same capacity.
    This. Has better speeds. Any non professional users won't notice the different but this is technically better.
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    Which one is better? This or Kingston A400?
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    Got a Kioxia SSD for a server at work - luckily not too essential.
    I was rebuilding the server with in a few weeks when it crashed - actually glad it was work where I was paid to clear it up rather than my own stuff that was lost!
    Sticking to big name brands since then.
    Cheap SSD with no DRAM for a server. That's a courageous decision. Servers probably see rather more read/write than a typical single user computer.
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    Would this be good for a PS3?
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