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Integral 120GB V Series SATA III 2.5" Internal SSD Drive V2 - 500MB/s - £17.99 delivered @ MyMemory
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Integral 120GB V Series SATA III 2.5" Internal SSD Drive V2 - 500MB/s - £17.99 delivered @ MyMemory

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Low price offer for this SSD. Free delivery and comes with 3 years warranty.

The Integral V Series SSD offers great performance, reliability and value. It is ideal for use in desktops and laptops where you are looking to boost the speed of an older computer.Deliver faster data read/write speedsLow power operation to extending the laptop battery life2.5-inch form factor with SATA III 6Gbps3517248-uHTMG.jpg
Choose the V Series SSD to boost the performance of your existing hardware and extend its useful life. It will speed up your daily OS boot times and increase the speed of your applications, overall giving you the best experience of Solid State performance computing.

Key Features
- Read up to 500MB/s
- Write up to 400MB/s
- 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
- Highest reliability; less likely to fail than HDD
- Fully compatible with devices and OS that support the SATA standard
- Non-volatile Flash Memory for outstanding data retention
- No mechanical parts
- Extreme shock resistance
- Silent operation (Noiseless)
- No heat generation
- Low power consumption - improved battery life on laptops/netbooks
- Ultra-efficient Block Management and Wear Levelling
- Supports S.M.A.R.T. (Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology)
- CE, FCC and RoHS compliant
- 3 Year Manufacturer Warranty

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spannerzone01/08/2020 23:08

Super cheap, if you can afford £19.99 then I recommend the Integral P …Super cheap, if you can afford £19.99 then I recommend the Integral P series which is a higher performer and generally well received for a budget SSD


Or go even cheaper and live life on the edge lol Mind you as it says "cache" it likely comes with the SM2258 w/DRAM ! So a bargain for an pretty unknown brand.

smile.amazon.co.uk/TCS…8-6
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Super cheap, if you can afford £19.99 then I recommend the Integral P series which is a higher performer and generally well received for a budget SSD
spannerzone01/08/2020 23:08

Super cheap, if you can afford £19.99 then I recommend the Integral P …Super cheap, if you can afford £19.99 then I recommend the Integral P series which is a higher performer and generally well received for a budget SSD


Or go even cheaper and live life on the edge lol Mind you as it says "cache" it likely comes with the SM2258 w/DRAM ! So a bargain for an pretty unknown brand.

smile.amazon.co.uk/TCS…8-6
Does anyone know if this will
41558310-fTgHU.jpgfit my hp 11 laptop, need a replacement hd, my current one is Toshiba MQ01ABF050.

Im selling the laptop on so just need a cheap replacement.
spannerzone01/08/2020 23:08

Super cheap, if you can afford £19.99 then I recommend the Integral P …Super cheap, if you can afford £19.99 then I recommend the Integral P series which is a higher performer and generally well received for a budget SSD


I thought they had dropped lower - you can get cheap brands on Amazon for £14-15 these days and at £19.99 the P series is close to the 240GB models. I guess it depends how cheap you want really? The TC SUNBOWs should be ok for most.
hackerace02/08/2020 07:33

Does anyone know if this will [Image] fit my hp 11 laptop, need a …Does anyone know if this will [Image] fit my hp 11 laptop, need a replacement hd, my current one is Toshiba MQ01ABF050.Im selling the laptop on so just need a cheap replacement.


Yes should be fine, that's a 2.5" SATA hard drive.
plewis0002/08/2020 08:03

I thought they had dropped lower - you can get cheap brands on Amazon for …I thought they had dropped lower - you can get cheap brands on Amazon for £14-15 these days and at £19.99 the P series is close to the 240GB models. I guess it depends how cheap you want really? The TC SUNBOWs should be ok for most.


I've not been keeping an close eye lately, it's all pretty cheap to be honest, under £20 or £30 to get a massive performance boost for an older PC is the most effective and cost effective upgrade.
spannerzone02/08/2020 08:38

I've not been keeping an close eye lately, it's all pretty cheap to be …I've not been keeping an close eye lately, it's all pretty cheap to be honest, under £20 or £30 to get a massive performance boost for an older PC is the most effective and cost effective upgrade.


Same, I just spotted the TC SUNBOWs: 120GB for £14.35 and 240GB for £23.35. I remembered when 120GB was about £15 a year or so ago, prices went up from there and it always made me reluctant to buy them. At least RAM and SSDs are finally dropping again - I agree, first thing I replace with older machines.
Is it easy to fit into a old pc ? how do you get windows on it . cheers
shug11902/08/2020 09:08

Is it easy to fit into a old pc ? how do you get windows on it . …Is it easy to fit into a old pc ? how do you get windows on it . cheers


Buy a £1 key off ebay, it should have unactivated windows, and then all you need is the key. Whatever you do, do not waste 100 quid on actual windows key, just get it off ebay
shug11902/08/2020 09:08

Is it easy to fit into a old pc ? how do you get windows on it . …Is it easy to fit into a old pc ? how do you get windows on it . cheers


Easy. The connectors are keyed and as someone else said use a cheap Windows key or even a 7 or 8 key off an old machine you might have around. Get the installer from Microsoft to a USB drive, very quick and simple.
hackerace02/08/2020 07:33

Does anyone know if this will [Image] fit my hp 11 laptop, need a …Does anyone know if this will [Image] fit my hp 11 laptop, need a replacement hd, my current one is Toshiba MQ01ABF050.Im selling the laptop on so just need a cheap replacement.


Yep should be fine, same size as the SSD in question.
Should I buy 4 and Raid 0 them? Hmmm
plewis0002/08/2020 10:07

Easy. The connectors are keyed and as someone else said use a cheap …Easy. The connectors are keyed and as someone else said use a cheap Windows key or even a 7 or 8 key off an old machine you might have around. Get the installer from Microsoft to a USB drive, very quick and simple.


Sorry, but not sure by what you mean by 'connectors are keyed'? Also, what extra cables do you need to install, and do you need to buy a cradle/frame to fit nto an older PC case?
pr10rflanker02/08/2020 14:03

Sorry, but not sure by what you mean by 'connectors are keyed'? Also, …Sorry, but not sure by what you mean by 'connectors are keyed'? Also, what extra cables do you need to install, and do you need to buy a cradle/frame to fit nto an older PC case?


Keyed as in you can’t insert power and data SATA cables the wrong way round as they won’t fit. If you’re replacing an existing HDD entirely as long as it’s not too old then you can just swap the cables over. If you want to keep the old drive then you need a spare SATA data cable and hopefully your power supply will have a spare connector. Maybe take a photo of the inside and upload for me or someone else to check for you?
pr10rflanker02/08/2020 14:03

Sorry, but not sure by what you mean by 'connectors are keyed'? Also, …Sorry, but not sure by what you mean by 'connectors are keyed'? Also, what extra cables do you need to install, and do you need to buy a cradle/frame to fit nto an older PC case?


Keyed as it will only fit in one way (you can try fitting it the wrong way, but you will break the connector - like trying to fit a square peg in a round hole). I don't know what extra cables you will require, however most PSUs bought in the last 10 years come with the required power connector - you would need a SATA data cable to connect to the SATA port on the motherboard. It's a 2.5" form factor, it's bad practice to leave it dangling, so at a guess you would need a 2.5" to 3.5" cradle. Most cases accept a 3.5" drive...
Heat added, don't need any, but good to see the price dropping!
plewis0002/08/2020 14:34

Keyed as in you can’t insert power and data SATA cables the wrong way r …Keyed as in you can’t insert power and data SATA cables the wrong way round as they won’t fit. If you’re replacing an existing HDD entirely as long as it’s not too old then you can just swap the cables over. If you want to keep the old drive then you need a spare SATA data cable and hopefully your power supply will have a spare connector. Maybe take a photo of the inside and upload for me or someone else to check for you?


Thanks for the advice...and the offer. Will have a dig around inside.
aLV42602/08/2020 15:31

Keyed as it will only fit in one way (you can try fitting it the wrong …Keyed as it will only fit in one way (you can try fitting it the wrong way, but you will break the connector - like trying to fit a square peg in a round hole). I don't know what extra cables you will require, however most PSUs bought in the last 10 years come with the required power connector - you would need a SATA data cable to connect to the SATA port on the motherboard. It's a 2.5" form factor, it's bad practice to leave it dangling, so at a guess you would need a 2.5" to 3.5" cradle. Most cases accept a 3.5" drive...


Thanks.
This was my first SSD, brilliant performance for the price
uthypranks_TV02/08/2020 09:21

Buy a £1 key off ebay, it should have unactivated windows, and then all …Buy a £1 key off ebay, it should have unactivated windows, and then all you need is the key. Whatever you do, do not waste 100 quid on actual windows key, just get it off ebay


Or you know, don't even bother with a £1 virus infected USB key, go direct and download the win10 media creation tool (usb key installer) for free microsoft.com/en-…s10
chapchap02/08/2020 00:23

Or go even cheaper and live life on the edge lol Mind you as it says …Or go even cheaper and live life on the edge lol Mind you as it says "cache" it likely comes with the SM2258 w/DRAM ! So a bargain for an pretty unknown brand.https://smile.amazon.co.uk/TCSUNBOW-SATAIII-Internal-Notebook-Desktop/dp/B071Y71F9Z/ref=sr_1_6?crid=2SBOJ89ACDSQ0&dchild=1&keywords=ssd+120gb&qid=1596323649&sprefix=ssd+120%2Caps%2C135&sr=8-6


Nice one dude, bought 3 of these. Pretty sure the KingSpec range of SSD's are basically the same brand as this however they got a decent review on Linus Tech Tips and the Amazon reviews for the listing seem good and genuine.

Think it's worth a punt. Cheers
My Integral has started to die after about 5 years. Good for what they cost but just be careful what you put on it. Lucky I just use mine for download dumps.
uthypranks_TV02/08/2020 09:21

Buy a £1 key off ebay, it should have unactivated windows, and then all …Buy a £1 key off ebay, it should have unactivated windows, and then all you need is the key. Whatever you do, do not waste 100 quid on actual windows key, just get it off ebay


Buy a £1 key which is definitely illegall.... What's the point to buy an illegal key?
There are some good prices;
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