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Posted 27 June 2023

Integral V Series 1TB SATA III 2.5 Inch Internal SSD, up to 520MB/s Read, 470MB/s Write £35.98 delivered, using code @ MyMemory

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Make your desktop or laptop computer feel like new again, with faster boot and load times and more reliable performance than HDD.
  • Performance Boost
  • Durable and Reliable
  • 10 times faster than traditional HDD
  • Boosted apps and games

Performance Boost
Enhance productivity and increase efficiency, faster start up and access to applications for a better computing experience
Ultra Fast Speed
SATA SSD READ speed up to 520MB/s WRITE speed up to 470MB/s
Durable and Reliable
Solid design with no internal moving parts ideal for Laptop SSD or Desktop SSD with higher reliability than HDD
Improve typical PC/MAC workloads – simple installation
Easy Device Optimisation
Maximise battery life for laptops/notebooks (lower power consumption than HDD), Zero Noise, No heat generation
Ultra-fast boot speed
Make your desktop or laptop computer feel like new again, with faster boot and load times and more reliable performance than HDD.
10 times faster than traditional HDD
With speeds up to 560MB/s* Read and 540MB/s* Write, the P Series 5 approaches the limits of the SATA III interface.
Boosted apps and games
All games and apps will benefit from much faster load times and more efficient multi-tasking.

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Edited by sisqoboy, 27 June 2023
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  1. tsd1984's avatar
    Just goes to show how much things have changed that this is just an ‘okay’ price for a 1TB SSD.

    I still have a 500gb Samsung 860 EVO that I was advised to get years ago but can’t remember why. It could probably do with being replaced at some point but I assume these aren’t quite as good? It’s got my Windows build on there among other things.
  2. DiscoBotty's avatar
    i looked at this on amazon last week and the reviews had loads of people strongly recommending to avoid it, as they seem to fail at very high rates.
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Yeah, it's not the greatest and there are drives like the ones I posted above for less money that are more reliable (even the fanxiang one which is very cheap).

    To be fair, most people will still not have issues with the Integral, but there's a higher change of issues compared to others. (edited)