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Crucial CT500P1SSD8 P1 500GB NVME PCIe SSD - £63.43 @ Amazon
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Crucial CT500P1SSD8 P1 500GB NVME PCIe SSD - £63.43 @ Amazon

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Posted 12th Jun
500GB NVME drive from crucial

not currently in stock but available to order




  • Capacities up to 1 TB with sequential reads/writes up to 2,000/1,700 MB/s

  • NVMe PCIe interface marks the next step in storage innovation

  • Micron 3D NAND: Advancing the world's memory and storage technology for 40 years

  • NVMe standard Self-Monitoring and Reporting Technology (SMART)

  • Redundant Array of Independent NAND (RAIN)

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Will this fit in the new Dell G5 15 SE?

Need to up the 512gb it comes with.
hotmama2612/06/2020 13:19

Will this fit in the new Dell G5 15 SE?Need to up the 512gb it comes with.


Go to Crucial website and download their tool , which will scan your hardware and find exact match for all hardwares which could be upgraded. I have used it in past.
Please do not buy this.. the 500gb version has 1900mb read and only 950mb write which is very low by NVMe standards, get the adata pro sx8200 one of the best performing and best value nvme ssds for £15 more. Comes with a heatsink too
Edited by: "chakdephatteh" 12th Jun
chakdephatteh12/06/2020 13:34

Please do not buy this.. the 500gb version has 1900mb read and only 950mb …Please do not buy this.. the 500gb version has 1900mb read and only 950mb write which is very low by NVMe standards, get the adata pro sx8200 one of the best performing and best value nvme ssds for £15 more. Comes with a heatsink too


But at the same price as a SATA drive capped at 550MB/s it's still good value.

You can always spend more and get a bit more performance at any price point.
hotmama2612/06/2020 13:19

Will this fit in the new Dell G5 15 SE?Need to up the 512gb it comes with.


Probably not - all of the configurations I can see on the dell website already have an NVMe disk installed as standard, in which caseyou may need to buy a 2.5" SATA disk. As above , use the crucial scanner tool, or have a look in the system information in control panel.
bradford_dr12/06/2020 13:39

Probably not - all of the configurations I can see on the dell website …Probably not - all of the configurations I can see on the dell website already have an NVMe disk installed as standard, in which caseyou may need to buy a 2.5" SATA disk. As above , use the crucial scanner tool, or have a look in the system information in control panel.


There are 2 NVMe slots in the G5 SE, I'm also looking for one as I've nearly filled it on the 2nd day...
Considering the 1tb is only £101 (10.1p per gb), the 500gb doesn't represent good value at (12.7p per gb).
Jocky.Balboa12/06/2020 15:19

Considering the 1tb is only £101 (10.1p per gb), the 500gb doesn't …Considering the 1tb is only £101 (10.1p per gb), the 500gb doesn't represent good value at (12.7p per gb).


This is always the case with storage drives.
adamspencer9512/06/2020 15:22

This is always the case with storage drives.


It is usually a smaller deficit
chakdephatteh12/06/2020 13:34

Please do not buy this.. the 500gb version has 1900mb read and only 950mb …Please do not buy this.. the 500gb version has 1900mb read and only 950mb write which is very low by NVMe standards, get the adata pro sx8200 one of the best performing and best value nvme ssds for £15 more. Comes with a heatsink too


You won't notice any difference unless just running crystaldisk. I'd rather the £15 go on a takeaway
Jocky.Balboa12/06/2020 15:23

It is usually a smaller deficit


not really

eg WD blue 1TB - £114 (11.4p per GB)
WD blue 500GB - £72 (14p per GB)

Samsung 970 evo 1TB - £170 (17p per GB)
970 evo 500GB - £110 (22p per GB)

so 2-3p per GB really isn't much.
adamspencer9512/06/2020 15:46

not reallyeg WD blue 1TB - £114 (11.4p per GB)WD blue 500GB - £72 (14p per …not reallyeg WD blue 1TB - £114 (11.4p per GB)WD blue 500GB - £72 (14p per GB)Samsung 970 evo 1TB - £170 (17p per GB)970 evo 500GB - £110 (22p per GB)so 2-3p per GB really isn't much.


20% is a lot in my book.
Jocky.Balboa12/06/2020 15:55

20% is a lot in my book.


even though I've just demonstrated it's the same as, if not better than, other drives?

interesting book you got
Edited by: "adamspencer95" 12th Jun
I'm sorry if I have offended you but there is no need to take it out on my book. I think it's a poor deal for a mediocre drive and to make things worse it's not even in stock.
Excuse me while I quietly back away...
Jocky.Balboa12/06/2020 16:53

I'm sorry if I have offended you but there is no need to take it out on my …I'm sorry if I have offended you but there is no need to take it out on my book. I think it's a poor deal for a mediocre drive and to make things worse it's not even in stock. Excuse me while I quietly back away...


and if you had just said that was your opinion rather than making something up about poor GB/£ then we wouldn't have had this conversation
pcworld.com/art…tml Its performance tanks after 50GB written to 95MB/s.
P2 500gb even cheaper amazon.co.uk/Cru…2FC
Edited by: "pablo_el_diablo" 12th Jun
The new Crucial P2 NVMe's are this price on their website, may be better getting one of them, well it's definitely surely going to be.
pablo_el_diablo12/06/2020 22:22

P2 500gb even cheaper …P2 500gb even cheaper https://www.amazon.co.uk/Crucial-CT500P2SSD8-500GB-Solid-State/dp/B086BGWNY8/ref=pd_sbs_147_5/260-7932003-2404854?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B086BGWNY8&pd_rd_r=76592c94-1fdc-4dfb-a27e-a06bf595d610&pd_rd_w=wB9iK&pd_rd_wg=C0J1R&pf_rd_p=2773aa8e-42c5-4dbe-bda8-5cdf226aa078&pf_rd_r=A47SJ8AR8A8FS4AHF2FC&psc=1&refRID=A47SJ8AR8A8FS4AHF2FC


Good spot, post it as a deal

Although the P2 seems to take a hit on write speeds compared to the P1, with slightly higher read speeds
adamspencer9512/06/2020 22:50

Good spot, post it as a deal Although the P2 seems to take a hit on …Good spot, post it as a deal Although the P2 seems to take a hit on write speeds compared to the P1, with slightly higher read speeds


P2 will have better endurance, speed are still dissappointing, but good enough if on a budget. tweaktown.com/rev…tml

P1 1TB is actually very capable and is around £100 atm



techpowerup.com/rev…tml
Edited by: "pablo_el_diablo" 12th Jun
I bought an MX500 500GB that arrived yesterday for £60. Is this P1 or the P2 a better buy for a couple of quid more? The Crucial site gives the 500GB a 180TBW for the MX500 versus only 100TBW for the P1 and 150TBW for the P2.But is there more to durability than that? The extra speeds for NVMe would be nice...
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