Crucial CT525MX300SSD4 525 GB MX300 SATA M.2 (2280) Internal Solid State Drive £117.46 Sold by ipermercato-online. and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Crucial CT525MX300SSD4 525 GB MX300 SATA M.2 (2280) Internal Solid State Drive £117.46 Sold by ipermercato-online. and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 31st Jan
Looking for a 500+ GB drive for my laptop. Anyone know if this is any good?
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You'll need to be more specific on what you mean by 'good'. That's extremely cheap for a m.2 drive of that size. It's no faster than a full size SSD so you're not gaining anything there. Overall OK drive if you really need an m.2 but I'd be suspicious of that seller, their business address is in Italy.
twisted8911 m ago

I'd be suspicious of that seller, their business address is in Italy.


Amazon is the one shipping the product.
Good? Hell yes at that price.

Thanks for posting .

voted hot.
Edited by: "Adult" 31st Jan
Decent! Heat added!
twisted8934 m ago

I'd be suspicious of that seller, their business address is in Italy.


Brexit innit!
Currently £128 at Crucial direct, which I think it would be better to buy from unless you have Amazon Credit to use. I bought mine from Crucial six weeks or so ago, when it was @£113
StudentGrant9 m ago

Currently £128 at Crucial direct, which I think it would be better to buy …Currently £128 at Crucial direct, which I think it would be better to buy from unless you have Amazon Credit to use. I bought mine from Crucial six weeks or so ago, when it was @£113


Cheaper at £120.64 sold by Amazon
Agharta59 m ago

Brexit innit!


Can't tell if you're joking or not, my point was the company isn't based in the UK which is always a valid concern with regards to support and refunds, it has nothing to do with brexit.
Not nvme
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twisted899 m ago

Can't tell if you're joking or not, my point was the company isn't based …Can't tell if you're joking or not, my point was the company isn't based in the UK which is always a valid concern with regards to support and refunds, it has nothing to do with brexit.


amazon.co.uk/gp/…460
£3 more directly from amazon?
Little faster than standard hdd, avoid poor ssd like this... cheap does not mean good in this example...
Edited by: "_taurus_" 31st Jan
As far as I can see this is a good deal? It not being an nvme drive shouldn't make this cold..

Fulfilled by Amazon so they'll handle any problems.
mepik2 h, 15 m ago

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=201910460


That was already pointed out by 'ITMA'. I was just replying to his pointless comment.
_taurus_1 h, 5 m ago

Little faster than standard hdd, avoid poor ssd like this... cheap does …Little faster than standard hdd, avoid poor ssd like this... cheap does not mean good in this example...



Eh?
I have a Samsung 256GB M2 running as the boot drive in my home cinema/gaming pc. Such a difference it makes to loading times.
twisted895 h, 23 m ago

You'll need to be more specific on what you mean by 'good'. That's …You'll need to be more specific on what you mean by 'good'. That's extremely cheap for a m.2 drive of that size. It's no faster than a full size SSD so you're not gaining anything there.



2 less cables to deal with in your pc case. Which is always a good thing imo.
These are fine , not going to win the speed awards but plenty fast enough. Not quite as good as Samsung but equally as good/better than most others.
far better than a HDD in a laptop, rugged and power-efficient
Smaller foot print, less cables, more space available fast write should you constantly right data btr power and for those who have 2 or 3 m.2 ports they easy lie flat on the board, plus 525gb not 500gb.
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