HyperX 512 GB Savage USB3 £107.97 @ Amazon
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HyperX 512 GB Savage USB3 £107.97 @ Amazon

£107.97Amazon Deals
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Found 21st Jul
For when you absolutely, positvely got to copy every ******** in the room

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Original Poster

luvsadealdealdeal

what's the point? for that money you could just buy another PC & copy … what's the point? for that money you could just buy another PC & copy over to that


Make another comment, make two, you'll never top that one.

Hot, will cache the whole internet and carry it around for offline use.

Ordered 3.
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Dam that's a good price!!

Brilliant price, must be a mistake?

Hot !!!

Hot

Heated for the Pulp Fiction reference.

Original Poster

terriclarkfan

Heated for the Pulp Fiction reference.


So close, Tarantino, but it was Jackie Brown. They're both absolute gems

I don't need this I don't need this I don't need this

dlok

I don't need this I don't need this I don't need this



Same.
Ordered

Hot, will cache the whole internet and carry it around for offline use.

Ordered 3.

https://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B01A8I92Q6/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en

Ok I am going for the kill. Ordered a few for ebay.

Up to four weeks for delivery though

what's the point? for that money you could just buy another PC & copy over to that

Original Poster

luvsadealdealdeal

what's the point? for that money you could just buy another PC & copy … what's the point? for that money you could just buy another PC & copy over to that


Make another comment, make two, you'll never top that one.

luvsadealdealdeal

what's the point? for that money you could just buy another PC & copy … what's the point? for that money you could just buy another PC & copy over to that


if you dont understand the point of usb "flash/or/hdd" drives, then there is no point explaining it to you...

£213now

karol007

£213now

Look at other buying options and then see Amazon selling at 107, still at that price. Tempted but do not want to wait a possible 4 weeks

Great price for a fast and big capacity usb drive!
Edited by: "damcnaught" 22nd Jul

Is this better than using an external hard drive?

zizzles

Yes and No



Could I use it in a NAS instead of a hard drive?

Original Poster

ministrymason

Could I use it in a NAS instead of a hard drive?


Basically, no

At this point I don't know why you wouldn't just opt for a passport external. Pocket space that valuable I guess? Still, terrific price if you absolutely must have something this small.

Obviously a misprice as half the price of everywhere else. Do we reckon it will get honoured? Normally if there is no stock, Amazon catch on and cancel them.

Expired??

Jordanf151953 m ago

Expired??


Where are you looking?

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Edited by: "Crossbow" 22nd Jul

Original Poster

SeraphXii

At this point I don't know why you wouldn't just opt for a passport … At this point I don't know why you wouldn't just opt for a passport external. Pocket space that valuable I guess?.


Bounce that box of spinning rust off the floor a couple of times and soon you'll see a difference

Awesome if they honour this

Bought 2 to sell, practically 100% profit

Ordered

Khorium

Bought 2 to sell, practically 100% profit



I like your thinking.
Given in and ordered a couple more for eBay.
If you can't beat em...

K1LLER_HORNET

I like your thinking. Given in and ordered a couple more for eBay.If you … I like your thinking. Given in and ordered a couple more for eBay.If you can't beat em...



Same friend, why not. Make extra cash, u can't go wrong.

Awesome price !*

*what is it ?

Couldn't resist either at that price, even though I really don't need it! Heat and thanks

Would a Mac boot from this?

all gone

Crossbow

Even a standard SSD is not recommended in a NAS with reasons why in this … Even a standard SSD is not recommended in a NAS with reasons why in this article:Installing a SSD in a Server, NAS, or Workstation



I disagree with authors on all but NAS... you dont need ssd speeds on a nas, nowadays there are multi function nas systems, but main purpose is backup/share storage on a network without needing a full pc...

however, i m running servers and workstations for over 4 years!

i have two servers with 6 ssds in raid 5 config, and bought used ssds to begin with. it is running for 4 years now and only had one failed disk! i have an identical server config, and never had ssd failed!
i have two new servers running on ssds for 2 years now and have no fails as of yet nor any slow downs...

and the servers are actively running commercial software/database 24/5 on 4 servers which never turns off, so backups etc running on those 2 extra days, and have one server installed with ssds 3 years ago, which is running without a single fail 24/7!

some people talk theoretically without using them in real world....
i have 2 new servers installed last year no fail yet either. running 24/7

combined 26 ssds have been running 24/7 now, in 4 years had one fail albeit one of the used ones!

BarGin

Would a Mac boot from this?



No. One of the reviews covers it and states the less than usable performance they experienced.

So do we think we might get these? No cancellation yet....

jono814 h, 29 m ago

So do we think we might get these? No cancellation yet....


I'd be surprised, but no cancelation here yet either.

I'm guessing it was a mis-price of the 256gb version.
Edited by: "damcnaught" 25th Jul
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