Crucial MX300 1TB M.2 2280 SATAIII SSD £234 at Jigsaw24
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Crucial MX300 1TB M.2 2280 SATAIII SSD £234 at Jigsaw24

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Found 14th Nov 2017
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Crucial MX300 1TB M.2 2280 SATAIII SSD

530mb read
510mb write



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    Seeing this makes mac owners cry as Apple make proprietary ssds. Would be amazing if there was an adapter for it.
    montana784 m ago

    Seeing this makes mac owners cry as Apple make proprietary ssds. Would be …Seeing this makes mac owners cry as Apple make proprietary ssds. Would be amazing if there was an adapter for it.

    By buying into the Apple economy, you are agreeing to pay 50-100% more for hardware (often with proprietary features and lock outs) than the PC equivalents.
    montana7810 m ago

    Seeing this makes mac owners cry as Apple make proprietary ssds. Would be …Seeing this makes mac owners cry as Apple make proprietary ssds. Would be amazing if there was an adapter for it.


    Really, here was me thinking they took standard M.2 form factor drives. Where specified they are of NVMe level making them blisteringly fast.

    Has Apple started soldering drives in? They did with memory.
    Quite cheap, cheaper than SSD drive, but usually you will need to add an adapter
    Really good price! Thx OP!
    Adapters are about £5 off eBay but shame this isn't NVME.
    **beware n00b comment** Can I replace my existing 2.5 inch ssd currently plugged in to my desktop?
    Abhi5hek1 h, 30 m ago

    **beware n00b comment** Can I replace my existing 2.5 inch ssd currently …**beware n00b comment** Can I replace my existing 2.5 inch ssd currently plugged in to my desktop?



    Yep, if you get yourself one of these ebay.co.uk/itm…022

    or


    ebay.co.uk/itm…806
    Edited by moderator: "trimmed link" 14th Nov 2017
    malachi49 m ago

    Yep, if you get yourself one of these …Yep, if you get yourself one of these https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/M-2-PCI-E-NVMe-Adapter-Card-to-PCI-Express-3-0-Full-Speed-x4-SSD-M-Key-SDD-AC765/262970588022?epid=2260856919&hash=item3d3a44bb76:g:Gv4AAOSw8lpZEYg-orhttp://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/S102-External-B-Key-M-2-NGFF-SSD-to-2-5-SATA-Converter-Adapter-Enclosure-Case/222639609806?_trkparms=aid=555018&algo=PL.SIM&ao=2&asc=49138&meid=ea34b9c8858b418fa76baabdc4ac9fa9&pid=100005&rk=2&rkt=6&sd=152490019698&_trksid=p2047675.c100005.m1851


    Super! I assume there wouldn't be any bottleneck if I use this adapter?
    Abhi5hek17 m ago

    Super! I assume there wouldn't be any bottleneck if I use this adapter?



    Only bottleneck would be your motherboard depending on port speed.
    Scottc1237 h, 52 m ago

    By buying into the Apple economy, you are agreeing to pay 50-100% more for …By buying into the Apple economy, you are agreeing to pay 50-100% more for hardware (often with proprietary features and lock outs) than the PC equivalents.


    and you get a laptop Operating system which is much better than windows and a trackpad that no windows trackpad comes NEAR to matching. - running OSX on a windows laptop is pants by the way.

    Disclaimer #1 *sent from my Dell XPS 13* (the flagship windows laptop which I thought I bought as an "upgrade" to a macbook pro) just mentioning in case you thought I was just a blind apple fan. I tried both and Macbooks are in another league.

    Disclaimer #2 *sent by a Windows 10 desktop user* just mentioning to demonstrate I am very conversant with both OS! I just far far prefer OSX on a portable.
    malachi9 h, 51 m ago

    Adapters are about £5 off eBay but shame this isn't NVME.


    Doesn't make any real world difference - my NVMe drive is rated at ~2200 read and 1250 write but my PC doesn't actually run any faster than when I was booting off a SATA3 SSD.

    That being said, they're still nice to have - no power or data cables to mess with - and I might grab this anyway, because my motherboard's second m.2 slot supports m.2 SATA.
    Edited by: "SlightlyFoxed" 14th Nov 2017
    Oneday7714th Nov

    Really, here was me thinking they took standard M.2 form factor drives. …Really, here was me thinking they took standard M.2 form factor drives. Where specified they are of NVMe level making them blisteringly fast. Has Apple started soldering drives in? They did with memory.



    ram is soldered, i swapped the faulty sd6pq4m-128g-1021 for a samsung 250GB one, It was compatible as I was hoping.
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