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Corsair Force MP510 960GB M.2 SSD 3,480MB/s Seq. Read 3,000MB/s Seq. Write for £119.20 Delivered @ Ebuyer
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Corsair Force MP510 960GB M.2 SSD 3,480MB/s Seq. Read 3,000MB/s Seq. Write for £119.20 Delivered @ Ebuyer

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Posted 17th Jul

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Can be had for few quids chaeper from ####Amazon Germany ###
But I would prefer Ebuyer over it.

Features :

  • High-Speed NVME PCIe Gen3 M.2 Interface
  • High Density 3D TLC Nand
  • 3,480MB/s Seq. Read
  • 3,000MB/s Seq. Write
  • 5 Year Warranty


DESCRIPTION

EXTREME STORAGE PERFORMANCE
All-new extreme data performance controller delivers up to 3,480MB/sec sequential read, and up to 3,000MB/s sequential write, for blazing fast read, write and response times.
HIGH-SPEED NVME PCIE GEN3 x4 M.2 INTERFACE
For simple connection and maximum bandwidth.
HIGH-DENSITY 3D TLC NAND
Provides the ideal mix of performance, endurance and value to keep your drive performing at its best for years.
COMPACT M.2 2280 FORM FACTOR
Ultra-compact M.2 2280 size fits directly into your notebook or motherboard with no additional cables or connectors.
COMPREHENSIVE FIVE-YEAR CORSAIR WARRANTY
Long-term reliability and industry leading customer support for peace of mind.


COMPATIBILITY
  • Form Factor: M.2 SSD
  • Supported Platforms: Intel® 100, 200, X99, X299 Chipsets, AMD Socket AM4 Platform

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

  • Endurance: 1,700 TBW
  • MTBF: 1,800,000 Hours
  • DEVSLP: L1.2 < 2mW
  • Encryption: AES 256-bit Encryption
  • Storage Temperature: -40°C to +85°C
  • SSD Operating Temperature: 0°C to +70°C
  • SSD Shock: 1500 G
  • Storage Humidity: 93% RH (40° C)
  • Operating Humidity: 90% RH (40° C)
  • Vibration: 20Hz~80Hz/1.52mm, 80Hz~2000Hz/20G
  • SSD Interface: PCIe Gen 3.0 x4
  • SSD Max Sequential Read CDM: Up to 3,480MB/s
  • SSD Max Sequential Write CDM: Up to 3,000MB/s
  • Max Random Write QD32 IOMeter: Up to 570K IOPS
  • Max Random Read QD32 IOMeter: Up to 610K IOPS
  • Form Factor: M.2 2280
  • Dimension: 80mm x 22mm x 3mm
  • Application Consumer: Client


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39 Comments
Tempted to cancel the 970 EVO for this?
Taylor189217/07/2019 13:20

Tempted to cancel the 970 EVO for this?


Evo is slightly better performing drive but I cant justify higher price. In the end you're not going to notice these differences unless you benchmark. Corsair guarantees 1,700 TBW endurance for 960gb drive, which is much better than Samsung.

Check below for review

anandtech.com/sho…iew
Edited by: "Bigspin" 17th Jul
Sabrent "Rocket" 1TB slightly cheaper off Amazon UK. Anyone with any experience tell me which is better/faster?
Bigspin17/07/2019 13:32

Evo is slightly better performing drive but I cant justify higher price. …Evo is slightly better performing drive but I cant justify higher price. In the end you're not going to notice these differences unless you benchmark. Corsair guarantees 1,700 TBW endurance for 960gb drive, which is much better than Samsung.Check below for review https://www.anandtech.com/show/13438/the-corsair-force-mp510-ssd-review


Thanks @Bigspin - also found this anandtech.com/ben…171

Unsure still but I am very tempted to cancel the 970 and order this.
AndrewHart17/07/2019 13:32

Sabrent "Rocket" 1TB slightly cheaper off Amazon UK. Anyone with any …Sabrent "Rocket" 1TB slightly cheaper off Amazon UK. Anyone with any experience tell me which is better/faster?


amazon.co.uk/dp/…05P
AndrewHart17/07/2019 13:32

Sabrent "Rocket" 1TB slightly cheaper off Amazon UK. Anyone with any …Sabrent "Rocket" 1TB slightly cheaper off Amazon UK. Anyone with any experience tell me which is better/faster?


Sabrent/Corsair/Pioneer/Team Group/ MydigitalSSD ..etc all use exact same Phison E12 reference card. Just buy cheapest card from whatever the brand you think going to give better customer service when things go wrong.
Cheaper than amazon prime day, wow.
AndrewHart17/07/2019 13:37

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07LGF54XR/ref=cm_sw_r_em_apa_i_ezXlDb6EXF05P


How does that sabremt rocket compartmto the £70 crucial drive from the other day? At £99 seems worth the extra £30

Crucial CT1000P1SSD8 P1 1 TB (3D, NAND, NVMe, PCIe, M.2, Solid State Drive) amazon.co.uk/dp/…KE9

vs

Sabrent 1TB Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal SSD High Performance Solid State Drive (SB-ROCKET-1TB) amazon.co.uk/dp/…YSH
england198217/07/2019 14:39

How does that sabremt rocket compartmto the £70 crucial drive from the …How does that sabremt rocket compartmto the £70 crucial drive from the other day? At £99 seems worth the extra £30Crucial CT1000P1SSD8 P1 1 TB (3D, NAND, NVMe, PCIe, M.2, Solid State Drive) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_WsYlDbSK7VKE9vsSabrent 1TB Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal SSD High Performance Solid State Drive (SB-ROCKET-1TB) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07LGF54XR/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_0pYlDbBPMCYSH


Good price for the Crucial. I'm in the market for a 2TB m.2 pcie SSD. Currently the Sabrent "Rocket" 2TB @ £279 Amazon 3rd party is cheapest.
AndrewHart17/07/2019 14:45

Good price for the Crucial. I'm in the market for a 2TB m.2 pcie SSD. …Good price for the Crucial. I'm in the market for a 2TB m.2 pcie SSD. Currently the Sabrent "Rocket" 2TB @ £279 Amazon 3rd party is cheapest.


The sabrent rocket is only £99 on amazon now. I have the crucial arriving today but have bought the sabrent rocket as the specs seem so much better. Is it worth the extra £28 do you think?
AndrewHart17/07/2019 14:45

Good price for the Crucial. I'm in the market for a 2TB m.2 pcie SSD. …Good price for the Crucial. I'm in the market for a 2TB m.2 pcie SSD. Currently the Sabrent "Rocket" 2TB @ £279 Amazon 3rd party is cheapest.


Get the Pioneer 2TB drive for £224 from Amazon. Exactly same Phison E12 drive as Sabrent/Corsair.

Pioneer M.2 Internal Solid State Drive SSD Series (PCIe Gen 3 x 4 2TB) amazon.co.uk/dp/…P1S
england198217/07/2019 14:39

How does that sabremt rocket compartmto the £70 crucial drive from the …How does that sabremt rocket compartmto the £70 crucial drive from the other day? At £99 seems worth the extra £30Crucial CT1000P1SSD8 P1 1 TB (3D, NAND, NVMe, PCIe, M.2, Solid State Drive) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_WsYlDbSK7VKE9vsSabrent 1TB Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal SSD High Performance Solid State Drive (SB-ROCKET-1TB) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07LGF54XR/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_0pYlDbBPMCYSH


Crucial is nowhere near the Corsair/Sabrent when it comes to performance. It also based on QLC nand with terrible write endurance.

anandtech.com/show/13512/the-crucial-p1-1tb-ssd-review
Edited by: "Bigspin" 17th Jul
Bigspin17/07/2019 14:54

Corsair is nowhere near the Corsair/Sabrent whodunnit comes to …Corsair is nowhere near the Corsair/Sabrent whodunnit comes to performance. It also based on QLC nand with terrible write endurance. https://www.anandtech.com/show/13512/the-crucial-p1-1tb-ssd-review


Do you mean crucial is nowhere near Corsair/sabrent?

if so, I’m guessing I’ve made the corrrect choice in buying the sabrent for £99 and leaving the £71 crucial in the amazon locker for refund
england198217/07/2019 14:56

Do you mean crucial is nowhere near Corsair/sabrent?if so, I’m guessing I …Do you mean crucial is nowhere near Corsair/sabrent?if so, I’m guessing I’ve made the corrrect choice in buying the sabrent for £99 and leaving the £71 crucial in the amazon locker for refund


Lol. Yeah Crucial.
Bigspin17/07/2019 14:57

Lol. Yeah Crucial.


That’s awesome news. Thanks for link too. Been having huge doubts on the crucial, even if it was only £71. Original plan was to hold out for a Samsung 970 1tb, but this sabrent rocket seems like a decent compromise, whereas the crucial did and does not. Thanks again
The sabrent rocket is £99 which includes a 16% off tick box voucher on amazon right now

Tried to submit the deal, but I’m mobile and not great at ticking all the boxes. Apparently there was a problem with the vendor.

Maybe someone else wants to share what seems to be a great deal:


Sabrent 1TB Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal SSD High Performance Solid State Drive (SB-ROCKET-1TB) amazon.co.uk/dp/…3N9
england198217/07/2019 15:03

The sabrent rocket is £99 which includes a 16% off tick box voucher on …The sabrent rocket is £99 which includes a 16% off tick box voucher on amazon right now Tried to submit the deal, but I’m mobile and not great at ticking all the boxes. Apparently there was a problem with the vendor.Maybe someone else wants to share what seems to be a great deal:Sabrent 1TB Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal SSD High Performance Solid State Drive (SB-ROCKET-1TB) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07LGF54XR/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_6EYlDbNQRW3N9


I posted that deal few days ago Here (Link)
Brutes17/07/2019 15:07

I posted that deal few days ago Here (Link)


Ahhhh, perhaps explains why I had a hard time posted it. I’ve ordered, so thank you for the link so I can read up a bit on what initially seems like a great deal, certainly a better option that the £71 crucial from the other day
Crucial CT1000P1SSD8 P1 is based on QLC nand would not touch that at all.

I just bought 2 evo 860 1TB for storage and working on as they have a Write Endurance off 600TBW as I nearly went for 2xMX500 which only have 360TBW for the same size drive and same price at the time.

I am now looking for a boot drive m.2 and what I have learned.
(Terabytes Written (TBW)

Force MP510 960GB
1,700
MyDigitalSSD BPX Pro 960GB 1,665
Samsung 970 PRO 1TB 1,200
Adata XPG GAMMIX S11 640
Samsung 860/970 EVO 1TB 600
WD Black 1TB 600
Intel SSD 760p 1TB 576
WD Blue 3D 1TB 400
Crucial MX500 1TB 360
Intel SSD 660p 1TB 200

it seems the 500gb models are even less but the mp510 is 800TBW which is still way higher than other 500gb models.

also the it seems to be a very good over the Samsung 970 pro and its a lot cheaper.
meridiusuk17/07/2019 15:13

Crucial CT1000P1SSD8 P1 is based on QLC nand would not touch that at …Crucial CT1000P1SSD8 P1 is based on QLC nand would not touch that at all.I just bought 2 evo 860 1TB for storage and working on as they have a Write Endurance off 600TBW as I nearly went for 2xMX500 which only have 360TBW for the same size drive and same price at the time.I am now looking for a boot drive m.2 and what I have learned.(Terabytes Written (TBW)Force MP510 960GB 1,700MyDigitalSSD BPX Pro 960GB 1,665Samsung 970 PRO 1TB 1,200Adata XPG GAMMIX S11 640Samsung 860/970 EVO 1TB 600WD Black 1TB 600Intel SSD 760p 1TB 576WD Blue 3D 1TB 400Crucial MX500 1TB 360Intel SSD 660p 1TB 200it seems the 500gb models are even less but the mp510 is 800TBW which is still way higher than other 500gb models.also the it seems to be a very good over the Samsung 970 pro and its a lot cheaper.


you forget to say that the intel 660p is also based on qlc flash same with samsung 860 qvo
Edited by: "freddy12" 17th Jul
and that's why I would never buy a 860 QVO either
Edited by: "meridiusuk" 17th Jul
freddy1217/07/2019 15:19

you forget to say that the intel 660p is also based on qlc flash same with …you forget to say that the intel 660p is also based on qlc flash same with samsung 860 qvo



The Samsung 860 QVO link is a good read on people wanting to know what QLC is,
>Can be had for few quids chaeper from ####Amazon Germany ###
>But I would prefer Ebuyer over it.

Any reason? Amazon Germany is just like Amazon UK except you just email customer service. Had damaged board for something and they refunded + refunded my return shipping cost. Hard to say Ebuyer would do the same outside 30d period.
Edited by: "Myriad" 17th Jul
meridiusuk17/07/2019 15:13

Crucial CT1000P1SSD8 P1 is based on QLC nand would not touch that at …Crucial CT1000P1SSD8 P1 is based on QLC nand would not touch that at all.I just bought 2 evo 860 1TB for storage and working on as they have a Write Endurance off 600TBW as I nearly went for 2xMX500 which only have 360TBW for the same size drive and same price at the time.I am now looking for a boot drive m.2 and what I have learned.(Terabytes Written (TBW)Force MP510 960GB 1,700MyDigitalSSD BPX Pro 960GB 1,665Samsung 970 PRO 1TB 1,200Adata XPG GAMMIX S11 640Samsung 860/970 EVO 1TB 600WD Black 1TB 600Intel SSD 760p 1TB 576WD Blue 3D 1TB 400Crucial MX500 1TB 360Intel SSD 660p 1TB 200it seems the 500gb models are even less but the mp510 is 800TBW which is still way higher than other 500gb models.also the it seems to be a very good over the Samsung 970 pro and its a lot cheaper.



I'm not sure if I'm doing this right but:

300GB written per DAY x 365 = 109,500GB = 109.5TB per YEAR x 5 years (warranty) = 547.5TB written

I'm more like 30GB written per DAY x 365 = 10,950GB = 10.95TB x 50 years (if I'm lucky) = 547.5TB written

I'll be dead before reaching 600TBW on my Samsung 970 Evo!
SoaresLX17/07/2019 18:22

I'm not sure if I'm doing this right but:300GB written per DAY x 365 = …I'm not sure if I'm doing this right but:300GB written per DAY x 365 = 109,500GB = 109.5TB per YEAR x 5 years (warranty) = 547.5TB writtenI'm more like 30GB written per DAY x 365 = 10,950GB = 10.95TB x 50 years (if I'm lucky) = 547.5TB writtenI'll be dead before reaching 600TBW on my Samsung 970 Evo!




Sort of right.

If a drive is 600 TBW that’s 600 terabytes of written data. So say you had 5 years warranty you would divide that by 5

600,000,000 MB. divided by 5 Years = 120,000,000 MB per year. Divide that by 365 days = 328,767 MB per day which is 328GB per day.

So you can write 328GB per day for 5 years to get up to the rated TBW.

So say you write half that 164GB per day the drive should last 10 years.

I don’t right that. Even if wright and delete one full Blu-ray a day it would last 30 years.

Or install two games at 80GB each which is 160GB and remove them that would be 20 years.
Bigspin17/07/2019 14:51

Get the Pioneer 2TB drive for £224 from Amazon. Exactly same Phison E12 …Get the Pioneer 2TB drive for £224 from Amazon. Exactly same Phison E12 drive as Sabrent/Corsair. Pioneer M.2 Internal Solid State Drive SSD Series (PCIe Gen 3 x 4 2TB) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07S69GZGS/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_ADYlDb9PTCP1S


Thanks for the tip/link. Finally gets my build under £2100.

Parts list;

Motherboard; Gigabyte Z390 Designare
CPU; Core i9 9900K
RAM; Patriot Viper 4 series 3200MHz DDR4
SSD; Pioneer 2TB m.2
Boot SSD; Pioneer 512GB m.2
GPU; Sapphire (AMD) Radeon VII
CPU Cooler; Alphacool Ice Bear 360
PSU; EVGA SuperNova 750 G2
Case; Fractal Design R6

£2096.22 (Amazon)

Never built a computer before so hope all the bits go together and fit the case. Might need more cooling or different PSU not sure.
AndrewHart17/07/2019 23:39

Thanks for the tip/link. Finally gets my build under £2100.Parts …Thanks for the tip/link. Finally gets my build under £2100.Parts list;Motherboard; Gigabyte Z390 DesignareCPU; Core i9 9900KRAM; Patriot Viper 4 series 3200MHz DDR4SSD; Pioneer 2TB m.2Boot SSD; Pioneer 512GB m.2GPU; Sapphire (AMD) Radeon VIICPU Cooler; Alphacool Ice Bear 360PSU; EVGA SuperNova 750 G2Case; Fractal Design R6£2096.22 (Amazon)Never built a computer before so hope all the bits go together and fit the case. Might need more cooling or different PSU not sure.


Why do you need separate ssd for boot and another for storage? I'd keep everything in 2tb nvme and save £££. I'd wait till next month and grab a 5700XT aftermarket card. Radeon 7 is pretty pointless unless you need higher amount of VGA ram.
meridiusuk17/07/2019 20:39

Sort of right. If a drive is 600 TBW that’s 600 terabytes of written data. …Sort of right. If a drive is 600 TBW that’s 600 terabytes of written data. So say you had 5 years warranty you would divide that by 5 600,000,000 MB. divided by 5 Years = 120,000,000 MB per year. Divide that by 365 days = 328,767 MB per day which is 328GB per day. So you can write 328GB per day for 5 years to get up to the rated TBW. So say you write half that 164GB per day the drive should last 10 years. I don’t right that. Even if wright and delete one full Blu-ray a day it would last 30 years. Or install two games at 80GB each which is 160GB and remove them that would be 20 years.


Bigspin17/07/2019 23:58

Why do you need separate ssd for boot and another for storage? I'd keep …Why do you need separate ssd for boot and another for storage? I'd keep everything in 2tb nvme and save £££. I'd wait till next month and grab a 5700XT aftermarket card. Radeon 7 is pretty pointless unless you need higher amount of VGA ram.


Some food for thought, thanks.
I'm planning to build close to the latest "Morgonaut" Hackintosh build so thought if I went 512GB for boot (OS + applications), I can clone it to a 2nd 512GB drive (cheaper) for quick recovery of OSX (swap to cloned drive, reboot) should something break the OS. I'd keep all my current files (video editing related) on the 2TB m.2 for speed of edits/scratch disk and to make separate from the OS/apps drive. Once projects complete, I'd archive to cheaper spinning drives.
I'm not too clued up so it could be a terrible idea but if all else fails, I guess I'll still have a kick ass Windows Machine!
AndrewHart17/07/2019 23:39

GPU; Sapphire (AMD) Radeon VII


I would urge you to reconsider the Radeon VII, unless you know why you are buying it. AMD just announced that it's reached end of life. It's very poor value compared to the RX5700XT, and uses a lot more power too. RX5700XT isn't supported in OSX yet, but surely it will be sooner rather than later?

Just trying to make sure you don't get buyer's remorse from buying the Radeon VII is all.
Lahn18/07/2019 10:06

I would urge you to reconsider the Radeon VII, unless you know why you are …I would urge you to reconsider the Radeon VII, unless you know why you are buying it. AMD just announced that it's reached end of life. It's very poor value compared to the RX5700XT, and uses a lot more power too. RX5700XT isn't supported in OSX yet, but surely it will be sooner rather than later?Just trying to make sure you don't get buyer's remorse from buying the Radeon VII is all.


Thanks, I was reading about the end of life situation regarding the Radeon VII and the unlikeliness of it becoming any cheaper AND how close the RX5700XT comes to matching it's performance at nearly half the price. Like you mentioned, the Radeon VII is the top spec graphics card supported by OSX but is very expensive and likely to be shown less love with regards updates/bug fixes in the future, so I will hold out and see if the RX5700XT becomes supported or something bigger, better gets announced.
its 115 now, considering it but i kinda want to wait till it goes to under 100
FierceVinegar18/07/2019 17:34

its 115 now, considering it but i kinda want to wait till it goes to under …its 115 now, considering it but i kinda want to wait till it goes to under 100


They started charging for the delivery these days.
Brutes18/07/2019 17:37

They started charging for the delivery these days.


really, what a surprise not
Shame that they won't put this on ebay for 20 percent off.
Taylor189217/07/2019 13:20

Tempted to cancel the 970 EVO for this?


I just ordered 2 of the Corair 5010s from Amazon Germny for my new build and got it cheaper than what ebuyers were going to give me as they were charging £15 for delivery to Northern Ireland
This is currently the best M2 drive you can get for the money in my opinion. Many people are opting for the Intel 660p, but that is a waste when you consider that for an extra 30 quid you're getting superior speed and durability.

I should have bought it at this price, but I am always on the fence. Cheapest I can find now is just under 130 at Scan.
Edited by: "Necrotix" 30th Jul
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Necrotix30/07/2019 14:04

This is currently the best M2 drive you can get for the money in my …This is currently the best M2 drive you can get for the money in my opinion. Many people are opting for the Intel 660p, but that is a waste when you consider that for an extra 30 quid you're getting superior speed and durability.I should have bought it at this price, but I am always on the fence. Cheapest I can find now is just under 130 at Scan.


Where do you think the Sabrent rocket 1tb comes in?

ive recently purchased it and am getting good speeds, seems too good to be true, so waiting for a nasty surprise. Interested in opinions and there aren’t many of them for this Sabrent drive. Paid £99 on what is a frequent amazon 10% voucher deal but it’s the same price as this often. 5 year warranty after registering too.

edit: just checked and the 10% voucher is running now again

Sabrent 1TB Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal SSD High Performance Solid State Drive (SB-ROCKET-1TB) amazon.co.uk/dp/…VVN
Edited by: "england1982" 30th Jul
Sabrent is essentially pretty much the same as this drive. Toshiba flash with Phison E12 controller.
Edited by: "Minstadave" 30th Jul
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