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ADATA SU650 120GB 3D NAND 2.5 inch SATA III High Speed Internal SSD Solid State Drive for £16.55 Delivered @ 7dayshop
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ADATA SU650 120GB 3D NAND 2.5 inch SATA III High Speed Internal SSD Solid State Drive for £16.55 Delivered @ 7dayshop

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Description

The Ultimate SU650 solid state drive implements 3D NAND Flash and a high speed controller, offering capacities up to 480GB. It delivers read/write performance up to 520/450MB/s and greater reliability than 2D NAND SSDs. The SU650 features SLC caching and advanced error correction technologies to ensure optimized data performance and integrity. For those who want to experience a clear PC upgrade, the SU650 is an excellent choice with a great cost-performance ratio.

Faster performance
The intelligent SLC caching algorithm allows NAND Flash memory to operate in single-level cell mode and boosts performance, helping sustain peak SU650 read/write speeds up to 520/450MB per second for smoother and faster boot, file transfers, and downloads.

Advanced error correction code

With the support for ECC (error correction code) technology, the SU650 can detect and fix errors to ensure data integrity and help to extend SSD lifespan Its MTBF (mean time between failures) is up to 2 million hours, or 25% more than 2D NAND SSDs.

Tougher , quieter , and more reliable
There's no mechanical component inside SSDs, so they outperform traditional HDDs with higher resistance to shock, vibration (1500G/0.5ms) and extreme temperatures (0°C-70°C). They are also completely silent and consume very little power, all while better protecting your data.
Proprietary software - SSD Toolbox and Migration Utility

Every SU650 purchase qualifies for free downloads of ADATA SSD Toolbox and Migration Utility. SSD Toolbox allows users to monitor and manage the SU650, with drive status, wear level, and lifespan information. The Migration Utility is especially helpful for users making the move from HDD to SSD, as it is designed for simple and quick backup and migration of the contents of entire drives, including the operating system.

For notebooks and desktops

Just 7mm thick, the SU650 is an easy fit in ultrabooks. A 2.5mm spacer is bundled for use in 9.5mm drive bays, allowing compatibility with virtually every notebook, desktop, and console.

Specifications

  • Capacity 120GB
  • Form Factor 2.5"
  • NAND Flash 3D NAND
  • Dimensions (L x W x H) 100.45 x 69.85 x 7mm
  • Weight 47.5g
  • Interface SATA 6Gb/s
  • Sequential R/W performance (max) Up to 520 / 450MB/s
  • *Actual performance may vary due to available SSD capacity, system hardware and software components, and other factors
  • Operating temperature 0°C - 70°C
  • Storage temperature -40°C - 85°C
  • Shock resistance 1500G / 0.5ms
  • MTBF 2,000,000 hours
  • Warranty 3 years



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Still around the same price from 6 months ago - but hey heat for sharing (I guess it's too much to expect the price to fall any further!)
These things are cheaper to buy new that second hand now - it's almost rude not to have at least one.
aLV42618/05/2019 00:52

Still around the same price from 6 months ago - but hey heat for sharing …Still around the same price from 6 months ago - but hey heat for sharing (I guess it's too much to expect the price to fall any further!) These things are cheaper to buy new that second hand now - it's almost rude not to have at least one.


Yes. another thing I don't really need.. but at this price is sooo tempting... or 240gb one for £25... cheap as chips
Edited by: "spamabsorbed" 18th May
spamabsorbed18/05/2019 07:47

Yes. another thing I don't really need.. but at this price is sooo …Yes. another thing I don't really need.. but at this price is sooo tempting... or 240gb one for £25... cheap as chips


I think getting 240GB now makes sense as they're so cheap.....unless you're on a very tight budget or updating an older machine for a family / friend as a favour. The golden days of mega cheap SSD's is here again. Make the most of it as it won't last forever.
spannerzone18/05/2019 10:16

I think getting 240GB now makes sense as they're so cheap.....unless …I think getting 240GB now makes sense as they're so cheap.....unless you're on a very tight budget or updating an older machine for a family / friend as a favour. The golden days of mega cheap SSD's is here again. Make the most of it as it won't last forever.


I'm getting m.2 nvme anyway.

you are absolutely right.. 120 is not enouth.. windows alone will take 30-40gb after a year of use (bloody hungry thing ). I think 250 is a sweet spot for a boot drive. at £25.. stay home one Saturday night and you can buy two at least
spamabsorbed18/05/2019 10:43

I'm getting m.2 nvme anyway.you are absolutely right.. 120 is not enouth.. …I'm getting m.2 nvme anyway.you are absolutely right.. 120 is not enouth.. windows alone will take 30-40gb after a year of use (bloody hungry thing ). I think 250 is a sweet spot for a boot drive. at £25.. stay home one Saturday night and you can buy two at least


Try opensuse (GNOME) it runs smoother faster and is far more intuitive then windows while nowadays requiring about the same amount of knowledge to install and use.

As icing on the cake it runs great on small-ish drives requiring 5 gigabytes to run but being comfortable with 20 gigabyte's for day to day use.
hemelskonijn18/05/2019 11:31

Try opensuse (GNOME) it runs smoother faster and is far more intuitive …Try opensuse (GNOME) it runs smoother faster and is far more intuitive then windows while nowadays requiring about the same amount of knowledge to install and use. As icing on the cake it runs great on small-ish drives requiring 5 gigabytes to run but being comfortable with 20 gigabyte's for day to day use.


Not sure about Gnome being more intuitive than Windows. Everyone can use Windows.

I like opensuse and Ubuntu, but Linux distro's niche for a reason.
chancooluk18/05/2019 21:04

Not sure about Gnome being more intuitive than Windows. Everyone can use …Not sure about Gnome being more intuitive than Windows. Everyone can use Windows.I like opensuse and Ubuntu, but Linux distro's niche for a reason.


Everyone can use Windows because everyone used it because it is (or has been) on any computer sold since the early 90's not because of how intuitive it is.

I am not sure why linux distro's are "niche" in your opinion but fact is that linux distro's have outgrown their niche to the point where the Linux kernel as well as large parts of the GNU toolset are the most wide used in the world. Even Microsoft likes Linux enough to drop a kernel and choice of distro in Windows 10.

Anywho do not mistake familiarity with intuition or visible market share with viability.
hemelskonijn18/05/2019 21:55

Everyone can use Windows because everyone used it because it is (or has …Everyone can use Windows because everyone used it because it is (or has been) on any computer sold since the early 90's not because of how intuitive it is.I am not sure why linux distro's are "niche" in your opinion but fact is that linux distro's have outgrown their niche to the point where the Linux kernel as well as large parts of the GNU toolset are the most wide used in the world. Even Microsoft likes Linux enough to drop a kernel and choice of distro in Windows 10.Anywho do not mistake familiarity with intuition or visible market share with viability.


Niche in the home, for personal computing. I understand why Linux is widely used outside of the PC space, but that doesn't make it's various UI's anything other than clones of Windows or Mac OS, or sometimes a mix of both.
chancooluk18/05/2019 22:30

Niche in the home, for personal computing. I understand why Linux is …Niche in the home, for personal computing. I understand why Linux is widely used outside of the PC space, but that doesn't make it's various UI's anything other than clones of Windows or Mac OS, or sometimes a mix of both.


Or in some cases like modern GNOME neither but ey you are not trying to convince me of some overlooked fact but rather yourself of being right...

Give it a go, dont give it a go. Just dont make up facts to fit your personal limitations.
hemelskonijn18/05/2019 22:33

Or in some cases like modern GNOME neither but ey you are not trying to …Or in some cases like modern GNOME neither but ey you are not trying to convince me of some overlooked fact but rather yourself of being right...Give it a go, dont give it a go. Just dont make up facts to fit your personal limitations.


It's purely my opinion, which I'm entitled to, and you're entitled to yours. I don't see what's so unique and special about Gnome, sorry if that offends you.
chancooluk18/05/2019 23:08

It's purely my opinion, which I'm entitled to, and you're entitled to …It's purely my opinion, which I'm entitled to, and you're entitled to yours. I don't see what's so unique and special about Gnome, sorry if that offends you.


Your opinion is flawed, which is not offensive though somewhat annoying. With all the android devices and many different UI on those not to speak of a healthy market for Chromebooks and a plethora of smart TVs and settop boxes most running linux it has never been more common in home computing nor are distinct UI's it also undermines your argument that linux distro's are a niche product due to (none windows) UI's while copying UI's of other operating systems namely windows.

You are not interested, good. Move on. You want to argue platform uniformity using nonsense reasoning then you end up in this dragged conversation.
hemelskonijn18/05/2019 23:21

Your opinion is flawed, which is not offensive though somewhat annoying. …Your opinion is flawed, which is not offensive though somewhat annoying. With all the android devices and many different UI on those not to speak of a healthy market for Chromebooks and a plethora of smart TVs and settop boxes most running linux it has never been more common in home computing nor are distinct UI's it also undermines your argument that linux distro's are a niche product due to (none windows) UI's while copying UI's of other operating systems namely windows.You are not interested, good. Move on. You want to argue platform uniformity using nonsense reasoning then you end up in this dragged conversation.


We are talking about installing Linux to replace Windows on an SSD. A user installable Linux distro on a laptop or PC is still niche, and the UI's that are used for Linux on PC's are still derived from Windows and Mac OS.

Well done for dragging out the conversation further by talking about TV OS's and Android though. Good luck using them on your PC.
chancooluk18/05/2019 23:50

We are talking about installing Linux to replace Windows on an SSD. A user …We are talking about installing Linux to replace Windows on an SSD. A user installable Linux distro on a laptop or PC is still niche, and the UI's that are used for Linux on PC's are still derived from Windows and Mac OS.Well done for dragging out the conversation further by talking about TV OS's and Android though. Good luck using them on your PC.


First part is correct the rest is bile. There are many linux distro's that are "user installable" no more or less then windows bar the lack of space issues and update curiosities that come with windows thus your "opinion" is incorrect. Furthermore the UI's are all derivatives of Xerox alto's while windows specifically looked and felt a lot like SUN's early workstation OSs and before Linux and Windows where common place many GUI where present (Amiga's OS had some genius going on for example) debunking your second "opinion".
hemelskonijn18/05/2019 23:59

First part is correct the rest is bile. There are many linux distro's that …First part is correct the rest is bile. There are many linux distro's that are "user installable" no more or less then windows bar the lack of space issues and update curiosities that come with windows thus your "opinion" is incorrect. Furthermore the UI's are all derivatives of Xerox alto's while windows specifically looked and felt a lot like SUN's early workstation OSs and before Linux and Windows where common place many GUI where present (Amiga's OS had some genius going on for example) debunking your second "opinion".


Wow, chip on your shoulder much? For the average Joe Windows is the norm on a home PC, making a Linux distro install on a SSD the definition of niche. Pretty much end of discussion, but do carry on trying to make yourself feel clever.
gadgetcake19/05/2019 00:13

Wow, chip on your shoulder much? For the average Joe Windows is the norm …Wow, chip on your shoulder much? For the average Joe Windows is the norm on a home PC, making a Linux distro install on a SSD the definition of niche. Pretty much end of discussion, but do carry on trying to make yourself feel clever.


No, not trying to make myself seem clever but rather hoping you will stop presenting nonsense as either facts or opinions. Opinions cannot oppose facts. Your "facts" and "opinions are disinformation or "alternate facts" if you wish which makes me feel sorry for you and hope they will be disregarded by people with less of a "trumpism". Information however if uncorrected becomes far to easily accepted. The average Joe is snob for ;an unquantified amount of people incapable of ill defined actions.

If you can install windows you can install something else, if you can use windows android macos you can use something else. Want,... Want is a different story. You don't want to and that is okay, we can't all be awesome. Please do not prevent others from progressing with your "alternate facts".
hemelskonijn19/05/2019 00:21

No, not trying to make myself seem clever but rather hoping you will stop …No, not trying to make myself seem clever but rather hoping you will stop presenting nonsense as either facts or opinions. Opinions cannot oppose facts. Your "facts" and "opinions are disinformation or "alternate facts" if you wish which makes me feel sorry for you and hope they will be disregarded by people with less of a "trumpism". Information however if uncorrected becomes far to easily accepted. The average Joe is snob for ;an unquantified amount of people incapable of ill defined actions. If you can install windows you can install something else, if you can use windows android macos you can use something else. Want,... Want is a different story. You don't want to and that is okay, we can't all be awesome. Please do not prevent others from progressing with your "alternate facts".


I'm not the person you've been having a random internet debate with, I'm New to this thread and just pointing out that the crux of the other guy/gals point is spot on and you've taken the conversation down a rabbit hole.
gadgetcake19/05/2019 00:23

I'm not the person you've been having a random internet debate with, I'm …I'm not the person you've been having a random internet debate with, I'm New to this thread and just pointing out that the crux of the other guy/gals point is spot on and you've taken the conversation down a rabbit hole.


That proves i am wasted and you hold the same idea as the other person therefore it all still stands.
I'm confused, what OS am I to install on this SSD when I get it?
rredmayne19/05/2019 07:43

I'm confused, what OS am I to install on this SSD when I get it?


Anything you like the sky is the limit, maybe give OpenSuSE a go? Be sure to use GNOME rather then KDE or any other environment to get the most stable and useable out of the box result.
rredmayne19/05/2019 07:43

I'm confused, what OS am I to install on this SSD when I get it?


UnRaid. Build yourself a nice home file server. (Use this as the cache drive)
Edited by: "GiggleStool" 20th May
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