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Crucial P1 500GB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD £52.43 with code at crucial Shop
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Crucial P1 500GB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD £52.43 with code at crucial Shop

£52.43£55.195% Free P&P FreeCrucial Shop Deals
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Posted 10th Sep
Decent offer.

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Product Overview
Crucial P2 SSDWhether you’re at work, in the game, or on the go, ordinary boot-up speeds can frustrate your best laid plans. Good thing the Crucial® P2 SSD really flies. With plenty of storage and performance accelerated by NVMe™ technology, the P2 has the speed and dependability you need to explore your computer’s potential.


Do More. Wait Less.Experience the NVMe™ difference. The Crucial P2 unlocks the performance of your computer, delivering shorter load times and faster data transfers.


Lasting Reliability Backed by thousands of validation hours, dozens of qualification tests, a heritage of award-winning SSDs, and a 5-year limited warranty.


Peace of Mind Includes SSD management software for performance optimisation, data security, and firmware updates.

Features
• Form Factor: M.2 Type 2280.
• Total Capacity: 500GB.
• Warranty: Limited 5-year.
• Read/Write Speed: 2,300 MB/s Read, 940 MB/s Write.
• Series: P2.
• Interface: NVMe/PCIe Gen3 x4.

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11 Comments
£92.33 for the 1tb with the code.

Don't forget this place take 10days to deliver.
Had this this few months ago. Worked great for a month and then speeds dropped 3X from advertised. Reformatted-same speeds. Not reliable.
These SSDs are low-end devices and the firmware is badly written. Makes unstable system, as they do not implement the NVMe spec properly.
Been using a 1TB version in my laptop as a second games drive since they came out and not had any issues.
Looking to upgrade my MacBook Air 2017, is this compatible?
Bokstas10/09/2020 09:09

These SSDs are low-end devices and the firmware is badly written. Makes …These SSDs are low-end devices and the firmware is badly written. Makes unstable system, as they do not implement the NVMe spec properly.


Any advice on purchasing a solid m.2 drive?
savedosh2day11/09/2020 04:51

Looking to upgrade my MacBook Air 2017, is this compatible?


When I put an ADATA pro drive in my mid 2014 I had to use adaptor so would think you would need to do the same.
Based on this site this looks like an absoluitely solid investment for my gaming pc.

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Will be looking to see if this actually comes back into stock on the 18th. Not investing my money otherwise.
Codes invalid!!!

I dont know what I did wrong but codes working phone now im back on my desktop. Ignore above message.
Edited by: "technokeenan" 20th Sep
Update: I went with the crucial P2. Seems like a better NVMe on paper at the cost of less than a pound extra. Its in the desktop now. Amazon Prime is great.

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