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Corsair Force Series™ MP510 960GB M.2 NVMe SSD £134.94 @ Corsair Shop
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Corsair Force Series™ MP510 960GB M.2 NVMe SSD £134.94 @ Corsair Shop

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Posted 15th May
One of the fastest NMVe drives around. This has just dropped £5.

Not a spectacular drop, but still a great deal for a great drive.
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Might be slightly cheaper for some with fee free cards at Amazon DE.
amazon.de/dp/…6vg
Hmmm, I like Corsair and I like this drive, but the Silicon Power is almost identical, has slightly higher capacity and is £15 less on Amazon...

amazon.co.uk/Sil…mp;

Anandtec say:

"The most important lesson from the P34A80 stems from the fact that it offers comparable performance to the Corsair MP510 while providing a usable capacity of 1024GB instead of 960GB. Clearly, the higher overprovisioning ratio of the MP510 is not necessary for the Phison E12 controller to perform well, even on the tests that completely fill the drive. The difference in usable capacity may be just under 7%, but that kind of difference still gives a drive a leg up when comparing price-per-gigabyte."

anandtech.com/sho…/10
Protoype15/05/2019 18:31

Might be slightly cheaper for some with fee free cards at Amazon …Might be slightly cheaper for some with fee free cards at Amazon DE.https://www.amazon.de/dp/B07HR78FQ5?linkCode=xm2&camp=2025&creative=165953&smid=A3JWKAKR8XB7XF&creativeASIN=B07HR78FQ5&tag=geizhalspre03-21&ascsubtag=MLwTqkog6d6KHNZNCcl6vg


Just over £125 I think. Not bad!


Berwhale15/05/2019 20:57

Hmmm, I like Corsair and I like this drive, but the Silicon Power is …Hmmm, I like Corsair and I like this drive, but the Silicon Power is almost identical, has slightly higher capacity and is £15 less on Amazon...https://www.amazon.co.uk/Silicon-Power-Gen3x4-000MB-internal/dp/B07P9PCCHL/ref=nav_custrec_signin?tag=googshopuk-21&linkCode=df0&hvadid=310831391922&hvpos=1o1&hvnetw=g&hvrand=15138550773042622104&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=1006520&hvtargid=pla-695342599893&psc=1&th=1&psc=1&Anandtec say:"The most important lesson from the P34A80 stems from the fact that it offers comparable performance to the Corsair MP510 while providing a usable capacity of 1024GB instead of 960GB. Clearly, the higher overprovisioning ratio of the MP510 is not necessary for the Phison E12 controller to perform well, even on the tests that completely fill the drive. The difference in usable capacity may be just under 7%, but that kind of difference still gives a drive a leg up when comparing price-per-gigabyte."https://www.anandtech.com/show/13955/the-silicon-power-p34a80-ssd-review-phison-e12-with-newer-firmware/10


Agreed, I'm just not familiar with the warranty etc from Silicon Power, whereas I know that Corsair are okay.
sergiup16/05/2019 10:30

Just over £125 I think. Not bad! Agreed, I'm just not familiar with the …Just over £125 I think. Not bad! Agreed, I'm just not familiar with the warranty etc from Silicon Power, whereas I know that Corsair are okay.


True, but having a warranty won't get your data back or save you from having to rebuild your PC.

You could always add Amazon's 2 year accident and breakdown cover to the Silicon Power, it's only £9, so the total is still £6 cheaper than the Corsair and the SP still has higher capacity
decent price for the speed of the drive. hoping these get to the £100 mark then I'll have to just buy it lol
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