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Integral P Series 5 240GB SATA III 2.5 Internal SSD, up to 560MB/s Read 540MB/s Write for £21.59/960GB for £83.99 Delivered @ Amazon UK
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Integral P Series 5 240GB SATA III 2.5 Internal SSD, up to 560MB/s Read 540MB/s Write for £21.59/960GB for £83.99 Delivered @ Amazon UK

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Would this fit the Dell inspiron 5000 series or would I need to buy an adapter or different drive
jimel01/11/2019 09:26

Would this fit the Dell inspiron 5000 series or would I need to buy an …Would this fit the Dell inspiron 5000 series or would I need to buy an adapter or different drive


This SSD will directly replace any 2.5" SATA drive. However, the Dell Inspiron 5000 range covers a huge variety of different drive configurations. In some of these certain internal connectors you need might not be present. Do you know the exact model and what current drive(s) are fitted ?
Edited by: "cjed" 1st Nov
cjed01/11/2019 09:49

This SSD will directly replace any 2.5" SATA drive. However, the Dell …This SSD will directly replace any 2.5" SATA drive. However, the Dell Inspiron 5000 range covers a huge variety of different drive configurations. In some of these certain internal connectors you need might not be present. Do you know the exact model and what current drive(s) are fitted ?


No will check it out in more detail thanks
cjed01/11/2019 09:49

This SSD will directly replace any 2.5" SATA drive. However, the Dell …This SSD will directly replace any 2.5" SATA drive. However, the Dell Inspiron 5000 range covers a huge variety of different drive configurations. In some of these certain internal connectors you need might not be present. Do you know the exact model and what current drive(s) are fitted ?


It's the Dell Inspiron 5570
Wow cheap thanks op
Do these come with any screws?
Zameen01/11/2019 11:13

Do these come with any screws?


I dint receive any screws.
I'm awaiting one of these to be delivered from base.com as was in the deal posted earlier this week which was £23.99 which |I thought was good so this is even better deal
very cheap , heat added
Zameen01/11/2019 11:13

Do these come with any screws?


SSDs don't usually come with screws. If this is for a desktop PC then the case should come with them.
Zameen01/11/2019 11:13

Do these come with any screws?


No, no screws provided, just the drive and a spacer to allow the (7.5mm high) drive to fit in a 9.5mm height bay.
jimel01/11/2019 10:14

It's the Dell Inspiron 5570


The Inspiron 5570 can come with an M.2 SSD drive and/or a 2.5" SATA drive. This SSD will fit in the bay for the 2.5" SATA drive. If your 5570 doesn't already have a 2.5" SATA drive fitted, then it may not have the power/data cable which is required to fit one.The service manual can be found here: Inspiron 5570 Service Manual
The procedure for removing/replacing the 2.5" SATA drive is in section 21, page 38, they call the power/data cable an "interposer"
cjed01/11/2019 12:40

The Inspiron 5570 can come with an M.2 SSD drive and/or a 2.5" SATA drive. …The Inspiron 5570 can come with an M.2 SSD drive and/or a 2.5" SATA drive. This SSD will fit in the bay for the 2.5" SATA drive. If your 5570 doesn't already have a 2.5" SATA drive fitted, then it may not have the power/data cable which is required to fit one.The service manual can be found here: Inspiron 5570 Service Manual The procedure for removing/replacing the 2.5" SATA drive is in section 21, page 38, they call the power/data cable an "interposer"


Thanks it came with a standard non SSD drive which is why I want to upgrade, its slower than I'd like. Great I'll get this so thank you as for moving the pre installed windows 10 to the ssd, any easy tips?
jimel01/11/2019 12:45

Thanks it came with a standard non SSD drive which is why I want to …Thanks it came with a standard non SSD drive which is why I want to upgrade, its slower than I'd like. Great I'll get this so thank you as for moving the pre installed windows 10 to the ssd, any easy tips?


Well, I've done several 2.5" SATA disk SSD replacements in Dell laptops recently. I usually get a 2.5" USB 3.0 caddy (like this one ) and have a bootable USB pen drive with this version of Macrium Reflect Free software on it (you'll need to download and install the software on your existing laptop first, then use it to create the bootable USB pen drive). Then take out the old disk and put it in the caddy. Fit the new SSD in the laptop. Boot the laptop from the USB pen drive (with the old disk in the caddy attached via USB). Use the Macrium software to image the old drive onto the new SSD. When complete, shut down the laptop, unplug the USB pen drive and caddy and the laptop should then boot into the cloned system. NOTE: this assumes that the old disk contains < 200GB of data/software, otherwise it won't fit on this new SSD. An alternative is to replace the drive as above, but just install a new clean version of Windows 10 on it, you can always copy any data across from the old disk when it's attached via the USB caddy.

DISCLAIMER : following this procedure has considerable scope for either breaking your laptop and/or losing your data. You should only do it if you're reasonably happy with dismantling your laptop (lots of videos on YouTube, search for "upgrading Dell Inspiron 5570" and have a look at them first) and are confident you can perform the other steps.
cjed01/11/2019 13:04

Well, I've done several 2.5" SATA disk SSD replacements in Dell laptops …Well, I've done several 2.5" SATA disk SSD replacements in Dell laptops recently. I usually get a 2.5" USB 3.0 caddy (like this one ) and have a bootable USB pen drive with this version of Macrium Reflect Free software on it (you'll need to download and install the software on your existing laptop first, then use it to create the bootable USB pen drive). Then take out the old disk and put it in the caddy. Fit the new SSD in the laptop. Boot the laptop from the USB pen drive (with the old disk in the caddy attached via USB). Use the Macrium software to image the old drive onto the new SSD. When complete, shut down the laptop, unplug the USB pen drive and caddy and the laptop should then boot into the cloned system. NOTE: this assumes that the old disk contains < 200GB of data/software, otherwise it won't fit on this new SSD. An alternative is to replace the drive as above, but just install a new clean version of Windows 10 on it, you can always copy any data across from the old disk when it's attached via the USB caddy.DISCLAIMER : following this procedure has considerable scope for either breaking your laptop and/or losing your data. You should only do it if you're reasonably happy with dismantling your laptop (lots of videos on YouTube, search for "upgrading Dell Inspiron 5570" and have a look at them first) and are confident you can perform the other steps.


Fck that way too complicated for me, esp having to buy a caddy and a USB pen and risk damaging the laptop. Thanks anyway though
Cracking price, recently purchased some for £26.99 Fitted the same drive into a good few laptops and base units recently, couple of the laptops were between 8 and 10 years old, base units 7 years old...difference it has made to boot and access speed has given them a new lease of life...funnily, a recently purchased new Dell laptop (i3 processor) with a standard hdd is actually slower than the ones which are 8 years old :P
Edited by: "dert" 1st Nov
Gone up ?
£24.99 now.
£30.58 now
Still available from base.com for £23.99 inc delivery HERE
Don't know what I was expecting in way of packaging, but it was just a ssd in a clear plastic pop case. Would be no way of telling if its new or customer return. Is this how everyone elses is arriving can't even see the 9mm plate people have mentioned previously.

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Edited by: "Zameen" 5th Nov
Can't say on these ones, but all the ones I bought from my memory came like that...sealed with a round sticker on one side if I recall
Zameen05/11/2019 13:25

Don't know what I was expecting in way of packaging, but it was just a ssd …Don't know what I was expecting in way of packaging, but it was just a ssd in a clear plastic pop case. Would be no way of telling if its new or customer return. Is this how everyone elses is arriving can't even see the 9mm plate people have mentioned previously.[Image]



I got mine from base.com and it was like that, sealed as you can see at the bottom and you can also see the plastic spacer which takes the thicknesss up to 9mm ( it's got sticky tape bits on back if needed) Fitted with an adaptor bracket from ebay and now working fine in my desktop pc giving a much faster boot up time
stinky8406/11/2019 13:12

I got mine from base.com and it was like that, sealed as you can see at …I got mine from base.com and it was like that, sealed as you can see at the bottom and you can also see the plastic spacer which takes the thicknesss up to 9mm ( it's got sticky tape bits on back if needed) Fitted with an adaptor bracket from ebay and now working fine in my desktop pc giving a much faster boot up time


Thanks stinky
Sweet potatoes! Never seen these so low, bought from MyMemory (they are shipping them from CH it turns out) couple of days ago for £24.49 and I thought it was cheap. This is even better OP. Thanks a lot, got 2 extra ones now

I have recently installed one of these in a HP 15-au series laptop (DDR4 i5) and can confirm it booted 2 to 3 seconds faster than on Crucial BX500 series 240GB SSD which I didn't really expect (so from 10 seconds down to 7-8 seconds of boot time). There was quite a difference tbh. So yep, I'll stick with Integral for now as they are not only cheaper but also seems to be faster.
Zameen05/11/2019 13:25

Don't know what I was expecting in way of packaging, but it was just a ssd …Don't know what I was expecting in way of packaging, but it was just a ssd in a clear plastic pop case. Would be no way of telling if its new or customer return. Is this how everyone elses is arriving can't even see the 9mm plate people have mentioned previously.[Image]



Yes, I can also confirm that's exactly how they are arriving. One possible way of checking if the SSD (or HDD for that matter) was used before by someone i.e. cust. return would be to check drive's S.M.A.R.T. registry (Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology System) with software such as Crystal Disk Info, HDD Tune, Hard Disk Sentinel, Victoria for Win; or smartmontools for Mac to name a few. I once had 2.5" HDD sold by Amazon Merchant and it had over 5k of hours on the clock. They then claimed I received 2nd hard drive in "admin errror" after leaving feedback accordingly.
Is this likely to get any cheaper?
Don't need it until a couple of months
Mubs09/11/2019 10:02

Is this likely to get any cheaper?Don't need it until a couple of months


They do go up also at this price a bargain
bought, perfect as a secondary ssd for regular games, smaller ssd will stay as boot drive. heat added thanks op
cjed01/11/2019 13:04

Well, I've done several 2.5" SATA disk SSD replacements in Dell laptops …Well, I've done several 2.5" SATA disk SSD replacements in Dell laptops recently. I usually get a 2.5" USB 3.0 caddy (like this one ) and have a bootable USB pen drive with this version of Macrium Reflect Free software on it (you'll need to download and install the software on your existing laptop first, then use it to create the bootable USB pen drive). Then take out the old disk and put it in the caddy. Fit the new SSD in the laptop. Boot the laptop from the USB pen drive (with the old disk in the caddy attached via USB). Use the Macrium software to image the old drive onto the new SSD. When complete, shut down the laptop, unplug the USB pen drive and caddy and the laptop should then boot into the cloned system. NOTE: this assumes that the old disk contains < 200GB of data/software, otherwise it won't fit on this new SSD. An alternative is to replace the drive as above, but just install a new clean version of Windows 10 on it, you can always copy any data across from the old disk when it's attached via the USB caddy.DISCLAIMER : following this procedure has considerable scope for either breaking your laptop and/or losing your data. You should only do it if you're reasonably happy with dismantling your laptop (lots of videos on YouTube, search for "upgrading Dell Inspiron 5570" and have a look at them first) and are confident you can perform the other steps.


Err... why don't you put the SSD in the caddy and just clone the original drive to it? Done that multiple times, your way sounds rather over-complicated
Marzman09/11/2019 11:48

Err... why don't you put the SSD in the caddy and just clone the original …Err... why don't you put the SSD in the caddy and just clone the original drive to it? Done that multiple times, your way sounds rather over-complicated


You're going to end up with the SSD in the laptop and the old disk in the caddy. To me it makes sense to do that straight away, rather than put the SSD in the caddy, clone it and then take it out and put it in the laptop.
Brutes08/11/2019 23:35

The deal is back if you are still after it.


Thanks
cjed09/11/2019 12:36

You're going to end up with the SSD in the laptop and the old disk in the …You're going to end up with the SSD in the laptop and the old disk in the caddy. To me it makes sense to do that straight away, rather than put the SSD in the caddy, clone it and then take it out and put it in the laptop.


I'll be finished when you're still messing around with USB sticks Also personally I just use the interface bit, so plug SSD into a USB port, clone original drive to it, install SSD.
Marzman09/11/2019 13:11

I'll be finished when you're still messing around with USB sticks Also …I'll be finished when you're still messing around with USB sticks Also personally I just use the interface bit, so plug SSD into a USB port, clone original drive to it, install SSD.


Ah, I see what you mean now. The whole install cloning software and creating the bootable USB stick. If you're just doing the one machine then installing the cloning software and cloning to the SSD before installing it is probably quicker as you say.
I must stop buying these things, everything there is a deal on here.

Well at least until a 48+ one come along at a silly price.
It's not possible to bypass the delivery cost of 4£
Bergman10/11/2019 11:24

It's not possible to bypass the delivery cost of 4£


Hmmm... What's happening, can't you tick the free dwlivery option.
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