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Integral 240GB P Series 5 SATA III Solid State Drive (SSD) @ MYMEMORY for £46.50
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Integral 240GB P Series 5 SATA III Solid State Drive (SSD) @ MYMEMORY for £46.50

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Posted 29th Apr 2018
otherwise £46.50 WITH CODE VC5 if it does work
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Epicurean29th Apr 2018

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Who buys an SSD and worries about the resale value? You'd probably enjoy commenting on a car deal more.
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Epicurean29th Apr 2018

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Who buys an SSD and worries about the resale value? You'd probably enjoy commenting on a car deal more.
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.

Key Benefits:

  • 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.
Benefits:

  • 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
Features:

  • 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

This offer is very hard to refuse !!.
Thanks OP - voted hot
Can I put one of these in my HP laptop that has a failing HDD?
stickyricky29th Apr 2018

Can I put one of these in my HP laptop that has a failing HDD?


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Does anyone know the quality/performance of those. Was trying to find a review for Series 5 but no luck. Are they Sandisk level?
Maybe this is a small detail, but the picture shows Integral Enterprise SSD, which has a slower write speed than the P(erformance) version.


Integral P specs state:
- Read up to 560MB/s,
- Write up to 540MB/s

Integral E specs state
- Read up to 530MB/s,
- Write up to 340MB/s

It is worth clarifying before buying, however, the price is still attractive so hot from me.
excellent price and performance

I filled my boots with the 120GB versions otherwise I would have considered this

but a 120GB boot drive is enough for me, most of my media is held off PC on a network share/plex
This or Cruicial MX300 275GB CT275MX300SSD1
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kilrah29/04/2018 13:10

Maybe this is a small detail, but the picture shows Integral Enterprise …Maybe this is a small detail, but the picture shows Integral Enterprise SSD, which has a slower write speed than the P(erformance) version.Integral P specs state:- Read up to 560MB/s, - Write up to 540MB/s Integral E specs state- Read up to 530MB/s, - Write up to 340MB/s It is worth clarifying before buying, however, the price is still attractive so hot from me.


Could you post a link to the Enterprise SSD's specs please. I tried to find them a week or two ago but I couldn't find them... It would be nice to see.
Thanks.
super hot. However, I have far too many spare SSDs already :!
oneladyowner29/04/2018 16:53

Could you post a link to the Enterprise SSD's specs please. I tried to …Could you post a link to the Enterprise SSD's specs please. I tried to find them a week or two ago but I couldn't find them... It would be nice to see.Thanks.


This is really difficult to find but luckily I have a backup of the entire internet so here you go, here is the link for you


integralmemory.com/sit…pdf
kilrah29/04/2018 21:19

This is really difficult to find but luckily I have a backup of the entire …This is really difficult to find but luckily I have a backup of the entire internet so here you go, here is the link for youhttps://www.integralmemory.com/sites/default/files/products/specifcations/Integral_Enterprise_2.5_SATA_6Gbps_SSD_E1_Series_0.pdf


Thank you I was getting close mimovrste.com/ssd…ons.
oneladyowner9 m ago

Thank you I was getting close …Thank you I was getting close https://www.mimovrste.com/ssd-diski/integral-ssd-disk-enterprise-240gb-e1-sata3-25-for-mixed-usage-aplications.



I found many Eastern European sites with these specifications, but I thought that Polish, Czech or Slovenian languages could be difficult to understand, so I dug a little deeper
I appreciate it, Thank you again.
Epicurean29th Apr 2018

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What an odd comment. And what top-brand SSDs are basically the same price anyway? Integral are a top or upper-tier brand anyway and you are assuming this is more likely to fail than any other? Even then, if you are talking about data integrity, are you actually going to sell any SSD when it reaches EOL and risk your data being recoverable by someone else? This is £46.50, when it reaches end of useful life, I'm pretty certain you will not care about it any more or at least pass it down into another computer of yours.
Apologies if this is a dumb question.. im completly new to this and want to change my Macbook Pro (2012) hard drive to a SSD Drive. Are they all standard fittings? So this will fit into any computer/laptop?

I suppose im asking if this will work in a Macbook (mid 2012) and if not what should i be looking for? I'm also looking for a 500GB due to video editing. Thanks
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kilrah29th Apr

Maybe this is a small detail, but the picture shows Integral Enterprise …Maybe this is a small detail, but the picture shows Integral Enterprise SSD, which has a slower write speed than the P(erformance) version.Integral P specs state:- Read up to 560MB/s, - Write up to 540MB/s Integral E specs state- Read up to 530MB/s, - Write up to 340MB/s It is worth clarifying before buying, however, the price is still attractive so hot from me.



Just for the record they ship the performance version dispite the screenshot. So the SSD is the same as the 120gb one just double the capacity.
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