Integral 120GB P Series 5 SATA III 2.5" SSD Drive £24.99 but £21.69 with 4% Quidco + £2.50 Quidco Bonus + Free Delivery @ MyMemory
496°Expired

Integral 120GB P Series 5 SATA III 2.5" SSD Drive £24.99 but £21.69 with 4% Quidco + £2.50 Quidco Bonus + Free Delivery @ MyMemory

19
Found 28th JunEdited by:"krazykush"
Currently selling on MyMemory for £24.99. Go via Quidco to get 4% cashback (tracking at £0.83), plus £2.50 bonus cashback (activate it beforehand!), making it only £21.69!!! Bargain price for this SSD which has great read/write speeds! Also free delivery



The Integral P Series 5 SSD Drive provides exceptional performance levels whilst offering great value. Designed for use in desktops and laptop computers and offers a great combination of fast data read/write and reliability, along with low power operation - to make this the ideal hard disk drive replacement.

Product Features
• 2.5 inch form factor with SATA III 6Gbps interface (backwards compatible with SATA 3Gbps and SATA 1.5Gbps)
• Performance: Faster boot than HDD, Faster access to applications, enhanced productivity and increased efficiency
• No mechanical parts
• Sequential Read up to 560MB/s , Write up to 540MB/s
• Fully compatible with devices and OS that support the SATA standard
• Non-volatile Flash Memory for outstanding data retention - Less likely to fail than HDD
• Ultra-efficient Block Management and Wear Levelling
• Error Correction Code
• Lower Power Consumption
• Shock resistance - No moving parts enable the product to be used in tougher conditions
• Silent operation - Noiseless and low heat dissipation
• Supports S.M.A.R.T. - Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology
• RoHS compliant
• CE and FCC tested
• 3 Year Warranty
Community Updates

Groups

Top comments
The 2.50 bonus will never be paid in my experience
19 Comments
The 2.50 bonus will never be paid in my experience
o0bean0o0head0o2 m ago

The 2.50 bonus will never be paid in my experience


Ah ok.. I've had it paid out to me in the past. Provided you meet the criteria for getting the bonus which this purchase would, I don't see why it wouldn't be paid out. Just make sure you activate the offer first in your account.
o0bean0o0head0o32 m ago

The 2.50 bonus will never be paid in my experience


Quid Co wiggie out of loads of these £2.50 bonus offers so shouldn't be counted in the price
wanderer5 m ago

Quid Co wiggie out of loads of these £2.50 bonus offers so shouldn't be …Quid Co wiggie out of loads of these £2.50 bonus offers so shouldn't be counted in the price


Interesting.. What do you mean by they wiggle out of them?... Just checked my Quidco account and I've had it paid out to me 4 times. It was declined once and that was due to me activating the bonus but then not making a purchase. I've never had it that they've declined a bonus payout when it should be owed.
It shouldn't be included in the price as others have said but I have always got my bonus and normally just used it with eBay stuff I was buying anyway.
Where do i find the £2.50 bonus in my new Quidco account?
tenthreezero22 m ago

Where do i find the £2.50 bonus in my new Quidco account?


Same place as all your other Quidco accounts!
Are these drives actually any good?

...for the casual users obviously, I'd only sticking it in my 'other' rig.

Heat for the price OP.
Decent price but size is below average in modern world
avi312singh18 m ago

Decent price but size is below average in modern world


There is no meaningful average!

For use as a single drive (as in a compact laptop) you may want to go bigger. Though the Curry's World market seems big on 32/64Gb drives in laptops.

If you are cool client/cloud guy/guyess than 120Gb is more than enough for earthy computing.

For use in conjunction with a hard drive (which you may already have and/or delivers more bytes per buck) then 120Gb is usually more than enough for the OS and apps - keeping associated data on the HDD or a NAS.

So it depends which version of the modern world you inhabit.
Edited by: "brainsys" 28th Jun
slipd1 h, 56 m ago

Are these drives actually any good?...for the casual users obviously, I'd …Are these drives actually any good?...for the casual users obviously, I'd only sticking it in my 'other' rig.Heat for the price OP.


I have the 120Gb Series 4 version which I have installed in my MicroServer as the boot drive which I only run the OS on. Its been running for over a year and the server is constantly on.. not had a single issue with it. Can't fault it.
avi312singh34 m ago

Decent price but size is below average in modern world


Agree with brainsys on this one. I have just bought this to replace a Sata drive, but the set up is the boot drive (C:) is just the OS and apps, with a 2nd drive (D:) which is 1TB that I have all my data on. I barely use 60gb for the OS and apps, so 120gb is more than sufficient. Really depends on how you plan to use it.
Looking for an ssd on and old laptop that has a sata connection - but does not have AHCI - & will not pass on Trim commands.

In such a scenario - are there alternative ways of achiving a trim result - with this drive?
Libertas18 m ago

Looking for an ssd on and old laptop that has a sata connection - but does …Looking for an ssd on and old laptop that has a sata connection - but does not have AHCI - & will not pass on Trim commands.In such a scenario - are there alternative ways of achiving a trim result - with this drive?

In Linux/OSX you can use fstrim to manually trim, I imagine windows will have similar that you could run on a schedule.
cheers OP will be lovely boot SSD for the 2016 server.
avi312singh19 h, 12 m ago

Decent price but size is below average in modern world


you sound like my wife on her hen do to the dam
Oh joy, mine just failed after a whole 80 hours of on-time, can't erase,clone,boot etc and hangs my system if plugged in waiting for i/o

How's the MyMemory customer support?

Thankfully nothing of value lost (test rig ssd) but a definite word of warning from me!
krazykush28th Jun

Agree with brainsys on this one. I have just bought this to replace a Sata …Agree with brainsys on this one. I have just bought this to replace a Sata drive, but the set up is the boot drive (C:) is just the OS and apps, with a 2nd drive (D:) which is 1TB that I have all my data on. I barely use 60gb for the OS and apps, so 120gb is more than sufficient. Really depends on how you plan to use it.


Use a lot of software and stuff so would be unsuitable for my purposes
michaeljb29th Jun

you sound like my wife on her hen do to the dam


Dam feel sorry for you if your wife is like that, obviously chats a lot of rubbish and sounds very high maintenance
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text