Integral 120GB P Series 5 SATA III 2.5" SSD Drive - 560MB/s £23.99 @ Mymemory
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Integral 120GB P Series 5 SATA III 2.5" SSD Drive - 560MB/s £23.99 @ Mymemory

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Refreshed 9th Jun (Posted 4th Jun)
Description

Choose the Integral P Series 5 SSD drive to boost the performance of your existing compatible PC and Mac hardware and extend its useful life. With a SSD storage drive you will benefit from faster OS boot times and increased application speed, giving you the best experience.

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
For those members that have not yet purchased one of these monthly / bi-weekly ssd Integral Pro drives from MyMemory, just wanted to add, I now have 5 of these in various devices and also as external media / photo drives. They are as good as any double the price Samsung / Intel / branded drives, they are extremely fast for all uses, both writing & reading. I am averaging 533Mb/s on reading and averaging 521Mb/s writing to the drives. This is one of the best deals I have purchased on hukd and for £24 (ish) it would be crazy for anyone, not to replace their main boot windows / linux / smartTV record drive with!!!

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Just a heads up for anyone else that hasn’t installed a hard drive before; you’ll likely need cables for data and power, as well as a bracket to fit it with, Amazon has a kit with everything you need (including a screwdriver!) here: Inateck 2x 2.5 Inch SSD to 3.5 Inch Internal Hard Disk Drive Mounting Kit Bracket (SATA Data Cables and Power Cables included) (ST1002S) amazon.co.uk/dp/…26P
I ordered 250 of these for work, and they arrived individually in Jiffy bags
this turned my girlfriends laptop from a slow POS into a pretty quick and decent machine. She only uses it for office and a little bit of web browsing but it was so painful to use before that she would use mine, which would stop me playing games or browsing this site for my next frivolous vital purchase.
splender2 h, 36 m ago

Your photo of this fun incident?


3 postal bags! All shipped from Switzerland, must have cost them a fortune!
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There was a code that reduced further, I think last week, they went out of stock so the deal was expired. Might be worth checking.
jamesjrl11 m ago

There was a code that reduced further, I think last week, they went out of …There was a code that reduced further, I think last week, they went out of stock so the deal was expired. Might be worth checking.


The code from the last deal was “MYMEM” which no longer seems work. You will get a about a £1 (4%) cashback though from TCB or Quidco.
Edited by: "captainbeaky" 4th Jun
jamesjrl29 m ago

There was a code that reduced further, I think last week, they went out of …There was a code that reduced further, I think last week, they went out of stock so the deal was expired. Might be worth checking.


Let me know if you can find one. Could not of myself.
cheers OP ordered............... heat added...........
Wow even cheaper!

Can those who have bought it confirm it gets delivered in the letter box without signed for?

The main reason I use amazon is so I can pick things up from Doddle near work. Saving a few quid always appeals... Until you have to trek to someone random warehouse to pick it up or having problems with redelivery when you are at work.
jameshothothot5 m ago

Wow even cheaper! Can those who have bought it confirm it gets delivered …Wow even cheaper! Can those who have bought it confirm it gets delivered in the letter box without signed for?The main reason I use amazon is so I can pick things up from Doddle near work. Saving a few quid always appeals... Until you have to trek to someone random warehouse to pick it up or having problems with redelivery when you are at work.


Confirmed!
jameshothothot7 m ago

Wow even cheaper! Can those who have bought it confirm it gets delivered …Wow even cheaper! Can those who have bought it confirm it gets delivered in the letter box without signed for?The main reason I use amazon is so I can pick things up from Doddle near work. Saving a few quid always appeals... Until you have to trek to someone random warehouse to pick it up or having problems with redelivery when you are at work.



I did not have to sign for mine it was just posted through the letterbox in a jiffy bag.
Just a heads up for anyone else that hasn’t installed a hard drive before; you’ll likely need cables for data and power, as well as a bracket to fit it with, Amazon has a kit with everything you need (including a screwdriver!) here: Inateck 2x 2.5 Inch SSD to 3.5 Inch Internal Hard Disk Drive Mounting Kit Bracket (SATA Data Cables and Power Cables included) (ST1002S) amazon.co.uk/dp/…26P
Would this work in a 5 year old iMac?
I ordered 250 of these for work, and they arrived individually in Jiffy bags
olivarrr6 m ago

I ordered 250 of these for work, and they arrived individually in Jiffy …I ordered 250 of these for work, and they arrived individually in Jiffy bags



Oliver can I have more please !
fandango80113 m ago

Would this work in a 5 year old iMac?


I don't see why not.
would this be ok to use in a ryzen gaming build?
kjfrazer39 m ago

Just a heads up for anyone else that hasn’t installed a hard drive before; y …Just a heads up for anyone else that hasn’t installed a hard drive before; you’ll likely need cables for data and power, as well as a bracket to fit it with, Amazon has a kit with everything you need (including a screwdriver!) here: Inateck 2x 2.5 Inch SSD to 3.5 Inch Internal Hard Disk Drive Mounting Kit Bracket (SATA Data Cables and Power Cables included) (ST1002S) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01EGZWHRI/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_8wsfBbA6EX26P


Or just buy an enclosure and use it externally 🙃
Edited by: "saj2011" 4th Jun
damienace19 m ago

would this be ok to use in a ryzen gaming build?


yes, but you wouldnt get many games on it.
elliothyndman7 m ago

yes, but you wouldnt get many games on it.


hmm think i should wait for a good 250gb one then?
damienace5 m ago

hmm think i should wait for a good 250gb one then?


The 256 gb ones are going around 45 quid on mymemory and amazon I think? I posted a 180gb one for 39.99 from amazon kingspec. This would be for my son's pc but he does npt really need it. Just me geeking out making a budget build!
damienace9 m ago

hmm think i should wait for a good 250gb one then?


If you plan on downloading a lot of games you should get a 500GB SSD at least, but if you just need the SSD for an OS then it's fine.
damienace26 m ago

hmm think i should wait for a good 250gb one then?


depends on the games and how you want to set it up.
I have a 240gb ssd which runs my OS and a few data heavy games. The rest are on a high speed HDD. The I store my data on another HDD.
You don't need all your games on an SSD. What I do is have the OS on my SSD, then install games to a HDD. I use a program called Symmover which you can use to copy games and other programs between drives. This way, when I stop playing one game and play another one more, I can move the old one back to the HDD and the new one to the SSD.

120GB is enough for the OS with a lot of room to spare, however, bare in mind that it's not uncommon for games to be 50GB or more these days (last few Battlefield games spring to mind) so that space can run out very quickly. Personally I'd go for 250GB for a gaming machine unless you're on a really tight budget.
this turned my girlfriends laptop from a slow POS into a pretty quick and decent machine. She only uses it for office and a little bit of web browsing but it was so painful to use before that she would use mine, which would stop me playing games or browsing this site for my next frivolous vital purchase.
kjfrazer1 h, 54 m ago

Just a heads up for anyone else that hasn’t installed a hard drive before; y …Just a heads up for anyone else that hasn’t installed a hard drive before; you’ll likely need cables for data and power, as well as a bracket to fit it with, Amazon has a kit with everything you need (including a screwdriver!) here: Inateck 2x 2.5 Inch SSD to 3.5 Inch Internal Hard Disk Drive Mounting Kit Bracket (SATA Data Cables and Power Cables included) (ST1002S) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01EGZWHRI/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_8wsfBbA6EX26P


Took the power and sata cables out of the rarely used dvd drive, rest the ssd wherever there is space or tape it to something.
royaltee10 m ago

Took the power and sata cables out of the rarely used dvd drive, rest the …Took the power and sata cables out of the rarely used dvd drive, rest the ssd wherever there is space or tape it to something.


Micropore does a grand job
kjfrazer2 h, 28 m ago

Just a heads up for anyone else that hasn’t installed a hard drive before; y …Just a heads up for anyone else that hasn’t installed a hard drive before; you’ll likely need cables for data and power, as well as a bracket to fit it with, Amazon has a kit with everything you need (including a screwdriver!) here: Inateck 2x 2.5 Inch SSD to 3.5 Inch Internal Hard Disk Drive Mounting Kit Bracket (SATA Data Cables and Power Cables included) (ST1002S) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01EGZWHRI/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_8wsfBbA6EX26P


That's overkill You only need a Sata data cable, you can normally need find somewhere to mount it without a bracket, and you'll have lots of spare power connectors unless your system's already full of drives.
royaltee38 m ago

Took the power and sata cables out of the rarely used dvd drive, rest the …Took the power and sata cables out of the rarely used dvd drive, rest the ssd wherever there is space or tape it to something.


I didn’t have a DVD drive to use them from; no PC spares in my house as I’ve always used Mac.
Marzman4 m ago

That's overkill You only need a Sata data cable, you can normally need …That's overkill You only need a Sata data cable, you can normally need find somewhere to mount it without a bracket, and you'll have lots of spare power connectors unless your system's already full of drives.


No spares in mine, and the cables already there needed a converter from pins to the L-shaped socket.
Thanks. Ordered via TopCashback
Will this work in a PS3?
fandango8013 h, 0 m ago

Would this work in a 5 year old iMac?


It’s not straightforward. You would have to get the screen off first, which means cutting through glue. It is not a job for a novice.

I replaced the hard drive on a 2011 iMac but had to source a hard drive temperature sensor first for my particular iMac (£40). If you don’t have this, the fans spin at full blast constantly because the firmware that regulates the hard drive fan is actually on the internal hard drive that you are replacing.
IamChris4th Jun

this turned my girlfriends laptop from a slow POS into a pretty quick and …this turned my girlfriends laptop from a slow POS into a pretty quick and decent machine. She only uses it for office and a little bit of web browsing but it was so painful to use before that she would use mine, which would stop me playing games or browsing this site for my next frivolous vital purchase.


Yep. I bought to old HP laptops after a recommendation off here about two years ago. Boosted the memory and put these drives in. I've seen no reason to upgrade since and I reckon I'll get another year or two out of the laptops.
justonemorepie5 m ago

Yep. I bought to old HP laptops after a recommendation off here about two …Yep. I bought to old HP laptops after a recommendation off here about two years ago. Boosted the memory and put these drives in. I've seen no reason to upgrade since and I reckon I'll get another year or two out of the laptops.


Yea if you are doing basic tasks theres little reason to upgrade to a fancy new laptop unless you need very long battery life or need something super portable
kjfrazer1 h, 36 m ago

No spares in mine, and the cables already there needed a converter from …No spares in mine, and the cables already there needed a converter from pins to the L-shaped socket.


So molex to sata? The last system I had that was molex only was back in 2004 or something. You probably won't have a spare data cable if it's a pre-built system, but they're cheap(er) than that kit.
Marzman4 m ago

So molex to sata? The last system I had that was molex only was back in …So molex to sata? The last system I had that was molex only was back in 2004 or something. You probably won't have a spare data cable if it's a pre-built system, but they're cheap(er) than that kit.


They may be cheaper but they weren’t available elsewhere with free next-day delivery last Thursday.

Now that I know about it I’ll be better prepared.
dheydl2 h, 43 m ago

It’s not straightforward. You would have to get the screen off first, w …It’s not straightforward. You would have to get the screen off first, which means cutting through glue. It is not a job for a novice.I replaced the hard drive on a 2011 iMac but had to source a hard drive temperature sensor first for my particular iMac (£40). If you don’t have this, the fans spin at full blast constantly because the firmware that regulates the hard drive fan is actually on the internal hard drive that you are replacing.


You can get ssd fan control called something like that to stop the fan being out of control it’s free. The screen is normally held on with magnets just get a suction cup and something plastic to edge the panel off the front easy peasy and remember to pull the power out I didn’t one time and got a massive burning shock from the inside hurt a lot still worked perfect thankfully
How can you tell which SSD drive is for Desktop and which is for laptop?
IanC75 h, 52 m ago

You don't need all your games on an SSD.



Another option for what you're doing is to use a drive like this or partition off a section of a larger drive with software such as PrimoCache. That's why I bought this last time it was posted, works a treat with large games such as GTA 5 saving space on my 2TB HDD but on first opened the data being used will be copied onto the SSD and kept there until it needs to be freed up. The best part is only data that's used will be copied, when I've played GTA 5 it took up around 6GB on the SSD while the other 75GB sits on the HDD.

Its a better and cheaper option to solutions such as Intel Optane in my opinion, although admittedly not plug in and play. I used to use a similar program to what you use, but got fed up of having to wait for my games to be transferred between drives.
Asam4739 m ago

How can you tell which SSD drive is for Desktop and which is for laptop?



The sata conenction inside a laptop is the same as a desktop - its just in a ridge form with the power connector
jameshothothot7 h, 55 m ago

Wow even cheaper! Can those who have bought it confirm it gets delivered …Wow even cheaper! Can those who have bought it confirm it gets delivered in the letter box without signed for?The main reason I use amazon is so I can pick things up from Doddle near work. Saving a few quid always appeals... Until you have to trek to someone random warehouse to pick it up or having problems with redelivery when you are at work.


Yes, mine was delivered in a small jiffy dropped through the postbox whilst I was in the house, so shipped normal mail from Switzerland.
fandango8017 h, 33 m ago

Would this work in a 5 year old iMac?


Got one working in a 10 year old Macbook, so should be fine.
Apparently Customs have been tipped off about the under valuing of the SSD.

The irony though is that when this happens, even when it is without your knowledge and control, it is the purchasers that has to accept all responsibility and would be liable in the case of any criminal investigation.

Some say that import from Switzerland is covered by EFTA but i'm not so sure.
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