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Integral 960GB P Series 5 SATA III SSD Drive - 560MB/s + 3 Year Warranty - £80.99 with code @ MyMemory
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Integral 960GB P Series 5 SATA III SSD Drive - 560MB/s + 3 Year Warranty - £80.99 with code @ MyMemory

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Posted 12th Jul

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Thank you @Frank30uk for the code

The Integral P Series 5 SSD offers exceptional performance levels and great value. It is ideal for use in desktops and laptop computers. The Performance Series SSD has a great combination of fast data read/write and reliability, along with low power operation - to make this the ideal hard disk drive replacement.
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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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Heat for you @apur32 (y),
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500+MB/s seems slow compared to the latest M.2 drives. Never thought i'd say that.
Is this the cheapest ever SATA 3 recorded? Any on Amazon? I have a voucher there so I prefer Amazon.
Edited by: "Ahmed.Shumayal" 12th Jul
Will this work with the HP 255 G6 laptop that was previously posted? I do have a habit of ordering first then checking....
bingowings8512/07/2019 12:58

500+MB/s seems slow compared to the latest M.2 drives. Never thought i'd …500+MB/s seems slow compared to the latest M.2 drives. Never thought i'd say that.


Crazy isn't it! - these aren't really slow but some of those M2 drives are amazingly fast... but some are not much better than SATA drives like this.
spannerzone12/07/2019 21:19

Crazy isn't it! - these aren't really slow but some of those M2 drives are …Crazy isn't it! - these aren't really slow but some of those M2 drives are amazingly fast... but some are not much better than SATA drives like this.



any what if your laptop doesnt support M.2? This is a great deal to breathe life into older laptops and keep them out of the landfill!
drewsup13/07/2019 11:58

any what if your laptop doesnt support M.2? This is a great deal to …any what if your laptop doesnt support M.2? This is a great deal to breathe life into older laptops and keep them out of the landfill!


Yep I wasn't disagreeing, SATA still has plenty of use - it's the cheapest way to make an old computer run really well... better than new in most cases. I've got 12 year old laptops that are still usable for basic tasks thanks to the SSD, otherwise they're pretty much unusable unless you have the patience of a saint.

SSD's have probably caused a lot of self harm to the PC industry in allowing old computers a new lease of life whereas previously they'd get dumped and replaced every few years. My main PC is 7 years old and still absolutely fine for light (older) gaming, full HD video editing (even 4k if I leave it overnight to render) - amazing really.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 13th Jul
spannerzone13/07/2019 13:27

Yep I wasn't disagreeing, SATA still has plenty of use - it's the cheapest …Yep I wasn't disagreeing, SATA still has plenty of use - it's the cheapest way to make an old computer run really well... better than new in most cases. I've got 12 year old laptops that are still usable for basic tasks thanks to the SSD, otherwise they're pretty much unusable unless you have the patience of a saint.SSD's have probably caused a lot of self harm to the PC industry in allowing old computers a new lease of life whereas previously they'd get dumped and replaced every few years. My main PC is 7 years old and still absolutely fine for light (older) gaming, full HD video editing (even 4k if I leave it overnight to render) - amazing really.


That is correct. Amazing
SSDs are the greatest thing to ever happen to PCs/laptops, so far...
pc502013/07/2019 15:54

SSDs are the greatest thing to ever happen to PCs/laptops, so far...


Yes greatest thing ever!!!
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