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Integral 240GB P Series 5 SATA III 2.5" SSD Drive - 560MB/s R, 540MB/s W (3 Year Warranty) for £24.98 Delivered @ Mymemory
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Integral 240GB P Series 5 SATA III 2.5" SSD Drive - 560MB/s R, 540MB/s W (3 Year Warranty) for £24.98 Delivered @ Mymemory
Posted 31st Aug 2020Edited by:"Brutes"

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Choose the Integral P Series 5 SSD drive to boost the performance of your existing compatible PC and Mac hardware.

  • Get faster system performance
  • Read speeds up to 560MB/s
  • Extreme shock resistance
  • SATA fully compatible

Description
The Integral P Series 5 SSD offers exceptional performance levels and great value. Ideal for use in desktops and laptop computers. The Integral P Series 5 SATA III is an excellent choice for increasing storage and boosting performance for your desktop or laptop PC. With a fantastic combination of fast data read/write and reliability, along with low power operation, these Solid State Drives will decrease your power use and increase your productivity.

Choose the P Series 5 SSD to boost the performance of your existing compatible PC and Mac hardware and extend its useful life. Benefit from faster OS boot times and increased application speed, giving you the best experience of Solid State performance computing.

Providing an industry-leading bandwidth of more than 560MB/sec transfers, the Integral P Series 5 SSD can approach the limits of the SATA III 6Gb/s interface on large transfers. Efficient bad block management and an advanced wear levelling algorithm further improves endurance and life expectancy. Drive health is monitored using an SSD-specific set of S.M.A.R.T. attributes. The combination of these techniques provides excellent data protection.

Key Features
  • - Enhanced performance: faster boot than HDD, faster access to applications, enhanced productivity and increased efficiency
  • - Read up to 560MB/s,
  • - Write up to 540MB/s
  • - No mechanical parts
  • - Highest reliability; less likely to fail than HDD
  • - Extreme shock resistance
  • - Zero noise
  • - No heat generation
  • - Low power consumption
  • - Improved battery life on laptops/netbooks
  • - 2.5-inch form factor with SATA III 6Gbps interface (backwards compatible with SATA 3Gbps and SATA 1.5Gbps)
  • - Fully compatible with devices and OS that support the SATA standard Non-volatile Flash Memory for outstanding data retention
  • - Ultra-efficient Block Management and Wear Levelling Supports S.M.A.R.T. - Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology
  • - 3 Year Warranty
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rlaroca31/08/2020 11:51

I read some bad reviews about this brand working fine until suddenly die …I read some bad reviews about this brand working fine until suddenly die and loose everything. Anyone has experience of long term use?


I've probably had about 6 of them I in last 2 years and so far all been good.
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Put one of these in my sons dell i3 and it flies.
I read some bad reviews about this brand working fine until suddenly die and loose everything. Anyone has experience of long term use?
rlaroca31/08/2020 11:51

I read some bad reviews about this brand working fine until suddenly die …I read some bad reviews about this brand working fine until suddenly die and loose everything. Anyone has experience of long term use?


I've probably had about 6 of them I in last 2 years and so far all been good.
I use these for my business and have installed lots in the last couple of years, no issues with any of them. They're a great budget drive and usually pay around £28 so it's a good price.
rlaroca31/08/2020 11:51

I read some bad reviews about this brand working fine until suddenly die …I read some bad reviews about this brand working fine until suddenly die and loose everything. Anyone has experience of long term use?


Kingston had some dodgy firmware (and that was a couple of years ago) and haven't heard of any issue with Integral. I've installed lots of different makes. Haven't had a total failure but a couple with high temps (NOT Integral).

One of the disadvantages with SSD is that they don't give you a warning of failure like the mechanical drives used to (or could do).

SO, backup is a important as ever. For home use, with Windows10, the simplest is the excellent FileHistory (which backs up pics, docs, etc in real-time, to local disk - simplest is to connect to router USB port...).
Musicrab31/08/2020 13:12

Kingston had some dodgy firmware (and that was a couple of years ago) and …Kingston had some dodgy firmware (and that was a couple of years ago) and haven't heard of any issue with Integral. I've installed lots of different makes. Haven't had a total failure but a couple with high temps (NOT Integral).One of the disadvantages with SSD is that they don't give you a warning of failure like the mechanical drives used to (or could do).SO, backup is a important as ever. For home use, with Windows10, the simplest is the excellent FileHistory (which backs up pics, docs, etc in real-time, to local disk - simplest is to connect to router USB port...).


Thanks
Musicrab31/08/2020 13:12

Kingston had some dodgy firmware (and that was a couple of years ago) and …Kingston had some dodgy firmware (and that was a couple of years ago) and haven't heard of any issue with Integral. I've installed lots of different makes. Haven't had a total failure but a couple with high temps (NOT Integral).One of the disadvantages with SSD is that they don't give you a warning of failure like the mechanical drives used to (or could do).SO, backup is a important as ever. For home use, with Windows10, the simplest is the excellent FileHistory (which backs up pics, docs, etc in real-time, to local disk - simplest is to connect to router USB port...).


I had one Kingston A400 that had hanging issues. Updated the firmware - problem fixed and gave more confidence in the brand.

Never had a problem with Integral. Rock solid.
I've got both, Kingston A400 and Integral 240gb drives. Both are good so far. I believe Integral is marginally faster, but have not benchmarked either.
Edited by: "pet2000" 31st Aug
the crucial and samsung ssd's have software that allow you to configure aspects of the ssd, does the integral have anything like this as I can't see anything on integrals own website
malti01/09/2020 00:18

the crucial and samsung ssd's have software that allow you to configure …the crucial and samsung ssd's have software that allow you to configure aspects of the ssd, does the integral have anything like this as I can't see anything on integrals own website


No, it doesn't come with cloning software. You can use Macrium Reflect 7 Free Edition to do that.
rlaroca31/08/2020 11:51

I read some bad reviews about this brand working fine until suddenly die …I read some bad reviews about this brand working fine until suddenly die and loose everything. Anyone has experience of long term use?


I have used atleast 200 of these over last couple of years and not a single failure. However the V series I have seen failures.
garrafk01/09/2020 18:57

I have used atleast 200 of these over last couple of years and not a …I have used atleast 200 of these over last couple of years and not a single failure. However the V series I have seen failures.


Thanks
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