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4TB - Crucial MX500 3D NAND SATA 2.5-inch 7mm (with 9.5mm adapter) Internal SSD 560/510MB/s - £286.19 Delivered Using Code @ Crucial Shop

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Start your system in seconds, load files almost instantly, and accelerate the most demanding applications with the Crucial MX500. Our dynamic write acceleration technology uses an adaptable pool of high-speed single-level cell flash memory to generate blistering speeds.
3900490-Iph3k.jpgStore up to 4TB of data
Save massive amounts of photos, music, and videos comfortably and securely. With fast access to your media, creations, and designs, you’re ready to share at the speed of your life.
Enjoy the efficiency of Micron 3D NAND
Our cutting-edge components are engineered from start to finish for efficiency. As a result, the Crucial MX500 uses only a minimal amount of power and still delivers a high price-to-performance ratio — without needing a financing plan to pay for it. Experience a faster, cooler, and quieter computer in your home or business. You’ll wonder how you ever put up with a hard drive.
Upgrade with a drive you can count on
Backed by thousands of hours of pre-release validation, dozens of qualification tests, and a heritage of award-winning SSDs, the Crucial MX500 has been thoroughly tried, tested and proven. Secure your most important files on a drive with established dependability and the advanced features MX500 SSDs are known for.
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For many people, opening a computer and transferring data seems terrifying. That’s why we’ve made it easy in the step-by-step Crucial SSD Install Guide. Check it out before you buy, then install your own SSD quickly with everything transferred over successfully and hassle free.
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Typical I/O performance numbers as measured using IOMeter® with a queue depth of 32 and write cache enabled. Fresh out-of-the-box (FOB) state is assumed. For performance measurement purposes, the SSD may be restored to FOB state using the secure erase command. System variations will affect measured results.

Some of the storage capacity is used for formatting and other purposes and is not available for data storage. 1GB equals 1 billion bytes. Not all capacities available at initial launch.
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Great price on the SATA to USB cable too. Heat added!
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    Thank you for posting!
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    Great price on the SATA to USB cable too. Heat added!
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    I really hate that they have removed 2.5inch bays from laptops now and replaced them with the much more expensive m.2.
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    Kestrelv206/03/2022 23:21

    I really hate that they have removed 2.5inch bays from laptops now and …I really hate that they have removed 2.5inch bays from laptops now and replaced them with the much more expensive m.2.


    M.2 means smaller and lighter laptops. Well worth it for devices that are supposed to be mobile.
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    UKScottDeals07/03/2022 07:43

    M.2 means smaller and lighter laptops. Well worth it for devices that are …M.2 means smaller and lighter laptops. Well worth it for devices that are supposed to be mobile.


    My gaming laptop has a 17.3 inch screen a massive battery and still has enough space for a 2.5inch bay further more it doesn't add much weight to have the connections and bay for it at all so that's a weak argument and the drives themselves are as light as feathers.
    All this mean is we have to spend more money on more expensive m.2 drives often nvme versions which also carry a premium over the SATA drives because manufacturers are copying other manufacturers on what they think the consumers want. It's like the micro SD card issue with phones now, people want it but they slowly taking it away for no good reason.
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    Kestrelv207/03/2022 09:48

    My gaming laptop has a 17.3 inch screen a massive battery and still has …My gaming laptop has a 17.3 inch screen a massive battery and still has enough space for a 2.5inch bay further more it doesn't add much weight to have the connections and bay for it at all so that's a weak argument and the drives themselves are as light as feathers. All this mean is we have to spend more money on more expensive m.2 drives often nvme versions which also carry a premium over the SATA drives because manufacturers are copying other manufacturers on what they think the consumers want. It's like the micro SD card issue with phones now, people want it but they slowly taking it away for no good reason.


    your 17.3 inch gaming laptop is probably also the size of a helicopter
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    Still too expensive compared to a regular HDD. Hopefully, these will become cheaper.
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    Kestrelv207/03/2022 09:48

    My gaming laptop has a 17.3 inch screen a massive battery and still has …My gaming laptop has a 17.3 inch screen a massive battery and still has enough space for a 2.5inch bay further more it doesn't add much weight to have the connections and bay for it at all so that's a weak argument and the drives themselves are as light as feathers. All this mean is we have to spend more money on more expensive m.2 drives often nvme versions which also carry a premium over the SATA drives because manufacturers are copying other manufacturers on what they think the consumers want. It's like the micro SD card issue with phones now, people want it but they slowly taking it away for no good reason.


    Opinion: gaming laptops are daft for the majority of users. They provide worse performance per cost than a desktop, are noisy, have small screens, while simultaneously massively compromise the main benefit of a laptop: mobility. The simple fact is that most users would be best served by a dedicated desktop PC plus a light laptop rather than a gaming laptop. There are niche uses where some users require a "desktop replacement" laptop with a strongish GPU (e.g. development/CAD) plus some (limited) mobility, but that is rare.

    Clafoutis07/03/2022 11:06

    your 17.3 inch gaming laptop is probably also the size of a helicopter


    It also likely sounds like one when under load.
    Edited by: "UKScottDeals" 7th Mar
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    UKScottDeals07/03/2022 16:50

    Opinion: gaming laptops are daft for the majority of users. They provide …Opinion: gaming laptops are daft for the majority of users. They provide worse performance per cost than a desktop, are noisy, have small screens, while simultaneously massively compromise the main benefit of a laptop: mobility. The simple fact is that most users would be best served by a dedicated desktop PC plus a light laptop rather than a gaming laptop. There are niche uses where some users require a "desktop replacement" laptop with a strongish GPU (e.g. development/CAD) plus some (limited) mobility, but that is rare.It also likely sounds like one when under load.


    That has absolutely nothing to do with what I said and is irrelevant also your opinion is wrong.
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    Kestrelv207/03/2022 09:48

    All this mean is we have to spend more money on more expensive m.2 drives …All this mean is we have to spend more money on more expensive m.2 drives often nvme versions which also carry a premium over the SATA drives because manufacturers are copying other manufacturers on what they think the consumers want


    I remember it was the same when 2.5" SATA SSD drives first came out, more expensive than the SATA mechanical drives but it was worth it. Having said that the difference in speed between a mechanical hard drive and a SATA SSD was very obvious, the difference in speed between a SATA SSD and a good PCI-E NVMe SSD isn't so obvious outside of specific workloads.

    I'm on NVMe now so there is no going back as any non NVMe drive would be the weakest link on my system,
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    Big.Wayne08/03/2022 00:38

    I remember it was the same when 2.5" SATA SSD drives first came out, more …I remember it was the same when 2.5" SATA SSD drives first came out, more expensive than the SATA mechanical drives but it was worth it. Having said that the difference in speed between a mechanical hard drive and a SATA SSD was very obvious, the difference in speed between a SATA SSD and a good PCI-E NVMe SSD isn't so obvious outside of specific workloads.I'm on NVMe now so there is no going back as any non NVMe drive would be the weakest link on my system,


    Yeah my new laptop has 2 m.2 slots that only support nvme. The difference in price between a 4tb m.2 nvme drive or even an m.2 sata drive and a 2.5inch sata ssd is massive so the 2,5inch drives makes great secondary storage drives for games and is something i miss.
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