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Crucial MX500 4TB 3D NAND SATA 2.5" Internal SSD (CT4000MX500SSD1) - £299.99 @ Amazon

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Every time you turn on your computer, you’re using your storage drive. It holds all your irreplaceable files and it loads and saves almost everything your system does. Join more and more people who are keeping their family videos, travel photos, music and important documents on an SSD, and get the near-instant performance and lasting reliability that comes with solid state storage.

Upgrade with the Crucial MX500 SSD, a drive built on quality, speed, and security that’s all backed by helpful service and support. Even if you’ve never installed an SSD, don’t sweat it — our step-by-step guide walks you through the process to make installation easy.

- Sequential reads/writes up to 560/510 MB/s and random reads/writes up to 95k/90k on all file types
- Accelerated by Micron 3D NAND technology
- Integrated Power Loss Immunity preserves all your saved work if the power unexpectedly gets cut
- AES 256-bit hardware-based encryption keeps data safe and secure from hackers and thieves
- Crucial 5-year limited warranty

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still running 5 x 4TB mechanical drives for storage. Need these to drop another £150 before I jump hahahaha I can wait everything works hahahaha
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bbfb12327/02/2022 16:33

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NEW-Crucial-MX500-4TB-3D-NAND-SATA-2-5-Internal-SSD-CT4000MX500SSD1-/325052241070?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49286&mkrid=710-127635-2958-0£260 from a reputable ebay seller here


The registered company is a month old, hardly reputable. Buy from Amazon.
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drirageh27/02/2022 14:27

I had a few SSD die on me; losing all data . Losing 4TB of data and …I had a few SSD die on me; losing all data . Losing 4TB of data and £300 is not something I am willing to risk


I’d bet money on them not being Crucial SSDs. The controllers are the thing to worry about with SSDs but Crucial (Micron) make exceptionally reliable ones just like their memory. I’ve been running Crucial SSDs for what must be getting on for a decade and never had a failure.

Plus the old adage of always having a backup, etc.
Edited by: "daddybr00" 27th Feb
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drirageh27/02/2022 14:27

I had a few SSD die on me; losing all data . Losing 4TB of data and …I had a few SSD die on me; losing all data . Losing 4TB of data and £300 is not something I am willing to risk


It has a 5yr warranty, how are you losing £300.

As for losing your data.....you should always buy double the storage you actually need so you have capacity to backup your data.
If you data doesn't exist in at least 3 places it may as well not exist at all.
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    Very tempted to replace my last remaining non-NAS mechanical drive which is 3TB with this
    Edited by: "daddybr00" 27th Feb
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    still running 5 x 4TB mechanical drives for storage. Need these to drop another £150 before I jump hahahaha I can wait everything works hahahaha
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    I had a few SSD die on me; losing all data . Losing 4TB of data and £300 is not something I am willing to risk
    Edited by: "drirageh" 27th Feb
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    drirageh27/02/2022 14:27

    I had a few SSD die on me; losing all data . Losing 4TB of data and …I had a few SSD die on me; losing all data . Losing 4TB of data and £300 is not something I am willing to risk


    I’d bet money on them not being Crucial SSDs. The controllers are the thing to worry about with SSDs but Crucial (Micron) make exceptionally reliable ones just like their memory. I’ve been running Crucial SSDs for what must be getting on for a decade and never had a failure.

    Plus the old adage of always having a backup, etc.
    Edited by: "daddybr00" 27th Feb
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    bbfb12327/02/2022 16:33

    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NEW-Crucial-MX500-4TB-3D-NAND-SATA-2-5-Internal-SSD-CT4000MX500SSD1-/325052241070?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49286&mkrid=710-127635-2958-0£260 from a reputable ebay seller here


    The registered company is a month old, hardly reputable. Buy from Amazon.
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    Myriad27/02/2022 17:24

    The registered company is a month old, hardly reputable. Buy from Amazon.


    They've been selling stuff for months but ok. I'm sure crucial would help out with warranty if needed
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    For 250 makes sense, for more - no sense
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    drirageh27/02/2022 14:27

    I had a few SSD die on me; losing all data . Losing 4TB of data and …I had a few SSD die on me; losing all data . Losing 4TB of data and £300 is not something I am willing to risk


    It has a 5yr warranty, how are you losing £300.

    As for losing your data.....you should always buy double the storage you actually need so you have capacity to backup your data.
    If you data doesn't exist in at least 3 places it may as well not exist at all.
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    bbfb12327/02/2022 17:25

    They've been selling stuff for months but ok. I'm sure crucial would help …They've been selling stuff for months but ok. I'm sure crucial would help out with warranty if needed


    I'm sure Crucial wouldn't help
    best case you're buying grey market goods with no warranty support
    worst case they aren't actually Crucial and you're getting a chinesium clone
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    xybp927/02/2022 20:57

    I'm sure Crucial wouldn't helpbest case you're buying grey market goods …I'm sure Crucial wouldn't helpbest case you're buying grey market goods with no warranty supportworst case they aren't actually Crucial and you're getting a chinesium clone


    I will check the serial number when mine arrives just to be sure!
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    slowly getting there, but still too much to replace all hdds (30TB) in my server..
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    daddybr0027/02/2022 12:56

    Very tempted to replace my last remaining non-NAS mechanical drive which …Very tempted to replace my last remaining non-NAS mechanical drive which is 3TB with this


    When 8tb SSD are this price I will bite.
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    daddybr0027/02/2022 14:40

    I’d bet money on them not being Crucial SSDs. The controllers are the t …I’d bet money on them not being Crucial SSDs. The controllers are the thing to worry about with SSDs but Crucial (Micron) make exceptionally reliable ones just like their memory. I’ve been running Crucial SSDs for what must be getting on for a decade and never had a failure.Plus the old adage of always having a backup, etc.


    I have a 9yr old crucial m500 240gb ssd and still working fine. To be fair it is only running the OS and other small programs.
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    quertbarbie6228/02/2022 13:09

    I have a 9yr old crucial m500 240gb ssd and still working fine. To be fair …I have a 9yr old crucial m500 240gb ssd and still working fine. To be fair it is only running the OS and other small programs.


    Same here, I think mine will be 10 years old this July.
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    evilzippy28/02/2022 13:29

    Same here, I think mine will be 10 years old this July.


    Yep same. I think we bit on the same deal.
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