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adata su630 480GB 3D-nand Sata 2.5 Inch Internal SSD £40.30 when using code from Ebay/Ebuyer
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adata su630 480GB 3D-nand Sata 2.5 Inch Internal SSD £40.30 when using code from Ebay/Ebuyer

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Posted 6th Jan

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adata su630 480GB 3D-nand Sata 2.5 Inch Internal SSD

480GB SSD for only £40ish. excellent price.

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Arstar06/01/2020 14:45

A review. Has no …A review. Has no DRAM.anandtech.com/show/13606/adata-ultimate-su630-ssd-3d-qlc-for-sata



Is that good or bad?
What does one redemption mean in this prep2020 deal, can I buy two drives in the one order and get 20% off?
BucketMan09/01/2020 18:24

What does one redemption mean in this prep2020 deal, can I buy two drives …What does one redemption mean in this prep2020 deal, can I buy two drives in the one order and get 20% off?


means total of one check out, like i.e u do at a tesco say on the belt. one "payment", 20% from selective sellers, upto a max of £100 discount....... if u ordering quite abit bit like i do ;-)..... check out as a guest or make another ebay...

have u considered the 960gb SSD at £70?

hotukdeals.com/dea…746
Edited by: "sarden84" 9th Jan
sarden8409/01/2020 18:30

means total of one check out, like i.e u do at a tesco say on the belt. …means total of one check out, like i.e u do at a tesco say on the belt. one "payment", 20% from selective sellers, upto a max of £100 discount....... if u ordering quite abit bit like i do ;-)..... check out as a guest or make another ebay...have u considered the 960gb SSD at £70? https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/patriot-burst-960gb-ssd-from-ebayebuyer-7188-3382746


Hot there in the end. Didn't realise you could split vendors and have multiple items.

I want SSDs for different machines. The 960GB wouldn't quite work for me like that!

Thanks for the reply.
BucketMan09/01/2020 17:31

Is that good or bad?


It makes the unit cheaper but has potential performance and endurance penalties associated with lack of cache. But I haven’t been reading up on the current state of SSD’s, other than seeing those critasims mentioned.
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