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I see the 960gb version available for £93.47. that seems a good deal?
i think this one is cheaper and has 5years warrenty
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Edited by: "ziir" 23rd May
jynxy223/05/2020 20:13

I see the 960gb version available for £93.47. that seems a good deal?


Personally I don't think so..... the Integral P series 240GB drives for about £28 are excellent value, cheap and decent enough for budget upgrading... but when you're spending nearer £100 for a 1TB drive then I think you're better off getting the Crucial MX500 for £106 at this time, sometimes it's cheaper and under £100...

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It has better performance and longer endurance so should performe better and last longer for not much more money.
spannerzone23/05/2020 23:42

Personally I don't think so..... the Integral P series 240GB drives for …Personally I don't think so..... the Integral P series 240GB drives for about £28 are excellent value, cheap and decent enough for budget upgrading... but when you're spending nearer £100 for a 1TB drive then I think you're better off getting the Crucial MX500 for £106 at this time, sometimes it's cheaper and under £100...https://www.amazon.co.uk/Crucial-MX500-CT1000MX500SSD1-NAND-Internal/dp/B077SF8KMGIt has better performance and longer endurance so should performe better and last longer for not much more money.


I agree. Also worth considering an NVMe drive when you're getting to that sort of money - if your PC can support it though.I certainly will next time round.
A technical question for the Greeks here.
I've got g8 server and wanted to change the hot disk with ssd. Currently it's an old 128gb HDD, slow and didn't bother to partition as vmware and core software just uses 10gb and rest of data and guest vms in other disks.

Hence the query
1. Can we partition the esxi boot disk?
2. Can the guest vms be installed in these partitions? Any model setup there for home labs?

Reason is to shift everything from HDD and make my home hdd free. So not urgent, but was thinking to buy a 128gb ssd or buy 512gb and use for multi purposes
Edited by: "getknk" 24th May
Can this be put in a PS4?
getknk24/05/2020 14:21

A technical question for the Greeks here. I've got g8 server and wanted to …A technical question for the Greeks here. I've got g8 server and wanted to change the hot disk with ssd. Currently it's an old 128gb HDD, slow and didn't bother to partition as vmware and core software just uses 10gb and rest of data and guest vms in other disks.Hence the query1. Can we partition the esxi boot disk? 2. Can the guest vms be installed in these partitions? Any model setup there for home labs?Reason is to shift everything from HDD and make my home hdd free. So not urgent, but was thinking to buy a 128gb ssd or buy 512gb and use for multi purposes


Why would you want to partition the VMware boot disk?

The general idea is that you install esxi on a USB, ause the SSD/HDD as the datastore and store the VMs on there
Edited by: "Sylvester88" 25th May
Sylvester8825/05/2020 05:14

Why would you want to partition the VMware boot disk?The general idea is …Why would you want to partition the VMware boot disk?The general idea is that you install esxi on a USB, ause the SSD/HDD as the datastore and store the VMs on there


I thought u had to install the esxi core into the HDD from usb? Coz while installing esxi it ask for primary disk location
getknk25/05/2020 07:05

I thought u had to install the esxi core into the HDD from usb? Coz while …I thought u had to install the esxi core into the HDD from usb? Coz while installing esxi it ask for primary disk location


Nah you can install it to a USB stick. It loads into RAM after booting so the performance of the stick doesn't even matter (apart from boot time)
Sylvester8825/05/2020 09:49

Nah you can install it to a USB stick. It loads into RAM after booting so …Nah you can install it to a USB stick. It loads into RAM after booting so the performance of the stick doesn't even matter (apart from boot time)


Great to know. So I will go with larger ssd anyway which I can use for guest vms
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