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Integral 240GB P Series 5 SATA III SSD Drive - 560MB/s £24.71 (120GB £16.19) /  Kingston 240 GB SSD £24.74 (more in post) @ MyMemory
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Integral 240GB P Series 5 SATA III SSD Drive - 560MB/s £24.71 (120GB £16.19) / Kingston 240 GB SSD £24.74 (more in post) @ MyMemory

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Refreshed 16th Feb 2019 (Posted 15th Feb 2019)

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Use code DRIVE to reduce the price of these SSD's by 10% and boost the performance of your computer. I have listed the below deals, some good options for both Integral and Kingston 240GB SSD's for £25 or below. Plus the Integral 120GB SSD is around the £16 mark, great value. Free delivery.



Integral 240GB P Series 5 SATA III SSD Drive - 560MB/s £24.71 w/code DRIVE

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
  • Write up to 540MB/s
  • Extreme shock resistance
  • SATA fully compatible
  • 3 Year Warranty

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Integral 120GB P Series 5 SATA III SSD Drive - 560MB/s £16.19 w/code DRIVE

Same specs as above but 120GB version

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Kingston 240GB A400 SSD 2.5 Inch SATA 3 Solid State Drive - 500MB/s £24.74 w/code DRIVE

Great price for the 240GB Kingston SSD at the £25 mark

  • Enhanced speeds plus rock-solid reliability - Kingstons A400 solid-state drive dramatically improves the responsiveness of your existing system with incredible boot, loading and transfer times compared to mechanical hard drives.
  • Powered by a latest-gen controller for read and write speeds of up to 500 MB/s and 450 MB/s, this SSD is 10x faster than a traditional hard drive
  • 3 Year Warranty


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Integral 240GB V Series SATA III SSD Drive - 500MB/s (Version 2) £25.01 w/code DRIVE

Also the code works on the V series Integral SSD drives, however these are value series and specs not as good (slower read and write speeds) and slightly higher priced than the 1st version.

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 by replacing the hard drive with a Solid State Drive.

  • Get faster system performance
  • Read speeds up to 500MB/s
  • Write up to 400MB/s
  • Extreme shock resistance
  • 3 Year Warranty


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Integral 120GB V Series SATA III SSD Drive - 500MB/s (Version 2) £17.09 w/code DRIVE

Same specs as above but 120GB version

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opaninkofi15/02/2019 10:14

These will soon be £19.99 @ this rate of reduction



They have been cheaper than £19.99. I bought the P series 240GB from Amazon in January for £18.58. They were so cheap, I bought 2. Problem is, I've run out of PCs to upgrade and they're still sitting on my desk...
Edited by: "RoneFineman" 15th Feb 2019
I ordered the Integral 120GB P Series 4 SATA III 2.5" SSD Drive 1 @ £23.74 on the 30/03/2016.
Been in this PC ever since.
Never had any issues with it.

I will be ordering the 240gb version now to upgrade my PC. I will then put the old 120gb in the wifes PC.
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Wow! Great Price!

Is there much difference between the two? Just looking for something to switch with my 120gb boot drive...
Are either of these 'good' drives - not known for dying early? Apparently I have a Samsung PM830 120Gb which would be nice to replace with a slightly larger drive.
Bought the Integral 240GB P Series 5 SATA III SSD Drive - 560MB/s for £26.99 the other day just waiting for it to turn up today hopefully
Heat @Chanchi32 Thanks.
These will soon be £19.99 @ this rate of reduction
just got the kingston 240gb for £25.01 with the code
It would be hard not to recommend any of the above. However for the price all the 240gb models are much better value.

Basiclaly order any of the above with impunity unless you have a very specific requirements.
Just ordered one intergal 240gb p series 5 ssd. According to specs it’s better than Kingston A400(y)
These drives or the crucial SSD? Really don’t know if the Integral ones are reliable.. someone please advise thanks
I ordered the Integral 120GB P Series 4 SATA III 2.5" SSD Drive 1 @ £23.74 on the 30/03/2016.
Been in this PC ever since.
Never had any issues with it.

I will be ordering the 240gb version now to upgrade my PC. I will then put the old 120gb in the wifes PC.
Wow hot hot hot
I've had a few 120GB P series and so far so good... happy days.
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dazbang4 h, 46 m ago

Wow! Great Price! Is there much difference between the two? Just looking …Wow! Great Price! Is there much difference between the two? Just looking for something to switch with my 120gb boot drive...


Read and write speeds are slightly higher with the P(erformance) series so go for them.
opaninkofi15/02/2019 10:14

These will soon be £19.99 @ this rate of reduction



They have been cheaper than £19.99. I bought the P series 240GB from Amazon in January for £18.58. They were so cheap, I bought 2. Problem is, I've run out of PCs to upgrade and they're still sitting on my desk...
Edited by: "RoneFineman" 15th Feb 2019
Blurble6 h, 29 m ago

Are either of these 'good' drives - not known for dying early? Apparently …Are either of these 'good' drives - not known for dying early? Apparently I have a Samsung PM830 120Gb which would be nice to replace with a slightly larger drive.


I have the 120GB Kingston version and still going strong a year later
Anyone who can help!! Would it be a big improvement replacing the hd in an older iMac (2008) with something like this? I've recently updated to El Capitan and it's slowed the start up time! Any advise appreciated.
peterszy3 m ago

Anyone who can help!! Would it be a big improvement replacing the hd in an …Anyone who can help!! Would it be a big improvement replacing the hd in an older iMac (2008) with something like this? I've recently updated to El Capitan and it's slowed the start up time! Any advise appreciated.


If the mac features a traditional spinning hard drive disk then yes the performance improvement all be good
Great but still a little pricy given the absolute flood of SSDs on the market today.
Superb, just ordered the Kingston 240gb for £25. Bargain.
I think i want this i've got a 120gb SSD for my Windows 10 boot drive, My read and write speeds on that are 424 and 318 respectively, so I assume this one would be a significant upgrade speed wise ?

it appears i could also sell it for £10 at CEX, so i'd make this one effectively £15 quid .. for double the space
Edited by: "HankHandsome" 15th Feb 2019
Should I go for this or a 500gb one for my iMac. Not very savvy but is larger capacity better value
Hhhhmmm .. just checked and I barely use half of my 120gb on my boot drive so this might be an unecessary upgrade .. but i still want it i think
peterszy39 m ago

Should I go for this or a 500gb one for my iMac. Not very savvy but is …Should I go for this or a 500gb one for my iMac. Not very savvy but is larger capacity better value


Well yes and no, depends how much space you need and what you want to spend. If you don't store much then 120GB will do but for only £10 you can get the 240GB drive which may be more sensible... however some people insist they need at least 1GB SSD drives so there's no one answer
Thanks for the advise/comments
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RoneFineman3 h, 41 m ago

They have been cheaper than £19.99. I bought the P series 240GB from …They have been cheaper than £19.99. I bought the P series 240GB from Amazon in January for £18.58. They were so cheap, I bought 2. Problem is, I've run out of PCs to upgrade and they're still sitting on my desk...


That was a prime exclusive? £25 is still a great price for a 240gb drive, I paid the same for the 120gb ver. back when SSD prices were still quite high, it saved me from having to endure Win' 10 on a HDD.
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unknownT015/02/2019 12:05

These drives or the crucial SSD? Really don’t know if the Integral ones a …These drives or the crucial SSD? Really don’t know if the Integral ones are reliable.. someone please advise thanks


Not sure what model you're referring to but generally Crucial seem to be only second to Samsung in terms of reputation.
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Not sure what model you're referring to but generally Crucial seem to be …Not sure what model you're referring to but generally Crucial seem to be only second to Samsung in terms of reputation.


Looking at the Crucial BX500 model, it’s £17.99 for the 120GB edition. Just don’t get why people feel Integral isn’t respected. I just want one that works. But I thought most SSD’s were robust
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unknownT022 m ago

Looking at the Crucial BX500 model, it’s £17.99 for the 120GB edition. Ju …Looking at the Crucial BX500 model, it’s £17.99 for the 120GB edition. Just don’t get why people feel Integral isn’t respected. I just want one that works. But I thought most SSD’s were robust


Everyone has stories of drives failing (even Crucial), someone on here bought 200 integral SSDs, I'd like to know how they got on The BX seems to be their budget model (I have the MX), it does have slightly slower read/write times than the P series but higher than the V series.

It's up to you, I'd personally go with Crucial purely because I've hammered mine for the last 3 years and its been faultless, my Integral drive I've used a lot less although I've just ordered a 240GB P series for myself
this will make an old laptop more zippy, go for it
How do these work with programmes/files installed to old drive. Can I transfer everything over quickly?
Can you put videos on this or does it just do photos and word documents etc
JimmyMcSamson20 m ago

Can you put videos on this or does it just do photos and word documents etc


Anything but bear in mind the capacity is not huge even at 240GB, so all depends on what size your files are. If you are archiving stuff to keep a conventional HDD would be better as it is more cost effective. SSDs are still mainly used to boost system performance eg quick boot of OS or app access.
worton1 h, 2 m ago

How do these work with programmes/files installed to old drive. Can I …How do these work with programmes/files installed to old drive. Can I transfer everything over quickly?


I used easeuse free version and cloned the drive
JimmyMcSamson30 m ago

Can you put videos on this or does it just do photos and word documents etc


Anything you want! It is a faster drive like a memory card for a phone as opposed to mechanical
I still think I want one

Is there any real definitive way of finding out if it would be faster than the one i have ?
If someone's looking at m2 Amazon has a great price for Western Digital WDS240G2G0B WD 240 GB Internal SSD M.2 SATA, Green amazon.co.uk/dp/…S9T

I just ordered one for my Acer Swift 1 as an upgrade to sluggish eMMC
almost answered my own question really. googling around and found that most of these budget ssd's tend to use a lot of the same internals in a 'race to the bottom', price-wise, so the speed and specs are going to be broadly similar.

so it's probably not worth buying a 240gb drive when i'm only using 56gb of the 120gb i've got.
Ordered, nice 1
I got two of these running in a raid 0 and happy with the performance
For anyone who is interested and worried about SSD lifespan, I have a Corsair Force 3 from millions of years ago (2012 ish) - it’s done about 35tb of writes, and is still going strong today!
AlexHaden16/02/2019 10:11

For anyone who is interested and worried about SSD lifespan, I have a …For anyone who is interested and worried about SSD lifespan, I have a Corsair Force 3 from millions of years ago (2012 ish) - it’s done about 35tb of writes, and is still going strong today!



Agreed, almost all SSDs die from catastrophic failure rather than just wearing out.

So far there is no complete data on reliability, however NAND flash can lose data if left unpowered for a long period when HDs don't.

Pick the right tool for the job at hand. For most desktop PCs that's a smaller capacity ssd (250) for OS/main apps and a larger storage HD. Unless of course all your data./games/etc will fit on the SSD.
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