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64 GB SSD £95 @ BlahDVD
64 GB SSD £95 @ BlahDVD

64 GB SSD £95 @ BlahDVD

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Fast - up to 100MB/sec. read; 80MB/sec. write
Performance - enhances productivity; makes users more efficient
Innovative - 2.5" form factor; uses NAND Flash memory components
Silent - runs silent and cool with no moving mechanical parts
Reliable - less likely to fail than a standard hard drive
Shock Resistant - no moving parts so the SSD handles rougher conditions than a hard drive
Supports S.M.A.R.T. - Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology tells the user when a drive is about to fail
Guaranteed - three-year Kingston warranty, 24/7 tech support

9 Comments

Original Poster

This offer, is at blah dvd not to be missed.
Cheaper than ebay

why is it expired?
price is correct and its showing in stock.

fps_d0minat0r;6880935

why is it expired?price is correct and its showing in stock.



Maybe someone thinks the poster (having only joined this month) works for BlahDVD.
Can't think of any other reason, unless it's been posted before and someone's doing the expired & spammed thing because whomever coded this site forgot to include a "repeat post" button.

double postings should be spammed not expired. use report post button if something has been wrongly expired and a mod will look at it.

this looks like a good deal, though it's not a fast drive as far as ssd's go.

Very slow SSD.... cold.

bekrii;6880795

This offer, is at blah dvd not to be missed.Cheaper than ebay


what other bargains you got there?

An extra £30 (today only price) will get you a SSD over twice the speed at SCAN. If you are happy to spend for this sort of thing then do yourself a favour and do so properly:

scan.co.uk/pro…279

If it's a MLC drive (which it almost certainly is for that price) it will be knackered in no time if you try to run Windows on it.

rusky;6882394

If it's a MLC drive (which it almost certainly is for that price) it will … If it's a MLC drive (which it almost certainly is for that price) it will be knackered in no time if you try to run Windows on it.


Where did you get that crackpot idea from? In normal use (ie, treating it the way you would a hard drive) an MLC SSD should last ten years or more. You could completely wipe the drive and re-fill it with data every day for years without a problem.
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