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Intel 760p Solid State Drive M.2 512 GB PCI Express 3.1 3D2 TLC NVMe - Solid Hard Drive (512 GB, M.2) for £57.95 @ Amazon Spain
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Intel 760p Solid State Drive M.2 512 GB PCI Express 3.1 3D2 TLC NVMe - Solid Hard Drive (512 GB, M.2) for £57.95 @ Amazon Spain

£57.95£90.2536%Amazon Spain Deals
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Posted 4th JanEdited by:"Brutes"

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Great prce for this NVMe SSD as it's over £90 everywhere.

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£55.92 with fee free card if you pay in Euros. I paid using Revolut.
I couldn't resist and bought on 06/01/2020

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The Intel® SSD 760p Series combines PCIe* performance, versatile capacities, and high-quality Intel® 3D NAND technology to deliver twice capacity, twice the performance, and up to 50% of the power consumption1 than its previous generation
– the Intel® SSD 600p Series.
3381717.jpgThe Intel SSD 760p features an M.2 thin profile with PCIe Gen3 x4, NVMe* interfaces,
and is ideal for a wide range of devices from desktops to laptops. The SSD is backed by a five-year limited warranty and Intel’s world-class quality leadership.

Performance to Handle Multiple Tasks
The SSD 760p is designed to effortlessly manage demanding consumer client
applications and easily handle intense multi-tasking. The SSD 760p accelerates platform performance with sequential reads of up to 3,230 megabytes, sequential writes of up to 1625 megabytes per second (MB/s), and random read and write input/output operations per second (IOPS) of up to 340K and 275K, respectively.2 The SSD 760p enables PC users to experience enhanced efficiency with the applications they care about, and up to 6x better performance2 than SATA SSDs.
3D NAND Delivers Up to 2TB Capacity
The SSD 760p is part of the Intel® 3D NAND SSD family of products. Built on Intel® 3D NAND Technology, these SSDs are designed to transform the economics of storage.The SSD 760p offers capacity points up to 1TB on single-sided M.2, and up to 2TB on double-sided M.2, enabling system designers the flexibility to design for thin/light systems or to provide space for other components. The combination of Intel® 3D NAND technology and PCIe enables Intel® SSDs to push the limits of performance and value.
Performance at Lower Power
The SSD 760p provides extended battery life through low power modes. It reduces idle consumption by >90% compared to a typical hard disk drive, reducing power consumption from watts to milliwatts.3 When coupled with an 8th generation Intel®
Core™ processor-based platform, the advanced power mode settings reduce active
and idle power consumption by up to 50% versus the prior generation device (SSD
600p Series).1
Quality & Reliability You Can Trust
The SSD 760p is backed by Intel’s five-year limited warranty, including Intel’s worldclass post sales customer support. The SSD 760p also supports AES 256-bit selfencryption to provide protection of critical data stored on the device.

Technical Specifications
Essentials
  • Capacity : 512 GB
  • Lithography Type 3D2 TLC
Performance
  • Sequential Read (up to) 3230 MB/s
  • Sequential Write (up to) 1625 MB/s
  • Random Read (8GB Span) (up to) 340000 IOPS
  • Random Write (8GB Span) (up to) 275000 IOPS
  • Power - Active 50 mW
  • Power - Idle 25 mW
  • ReliabilityVibration - Operating 2.17 GRMS
  • Vibration - Non-Operating 3.13 GRMS
  • Shock (Operating and Non-Operating) 1000 G
  • Operating Temperature Range0°C to 70°C
  • Endurance Rating (Lifetime Writes) 288 TBW
  • Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF) 1.6 million hours
  • Uncorrectable Bit Error Rate (UBER) <1 sector per 10^15 bits read
  • Warranty Period 5 yrs
  • Package SpecificationsWeight <10 grams
  • Form Factor M.2 22 x 80mm
  • Interface PCIe NVMe 3.1 x4
  • Advanced TechnologiesEnhanced Power Loss Data Protection No
  • Hardware Encryption AES 256 bit
  • High Endurance Technology (HET) No
  • Temperature Monitoring and Logging No
  • End-to-End Data Protection Yes
  • Intel® Smart Response Technology Yes
  • Intel® Remote Secure Erase No
  • Intel® Rapid Start Technology Yes

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Willy_Wonka05/01/2020 00:35

Well I fitted one in conjunction with the original SSD & at the moment it …Well I fitted one in conjunction with the original SSD & at the moment it says unallocated & I cant get past that. So its just sitting there dormant.


Go to Control Panel - Administrative Tools - Computer Management - Disk Management and initialise it, quick format and give it a drive letter.
Willy_Wonka05/01/2020 00:20

Are these any faster than a standard SSD? Excuse my ignorance.


On paper yes.

In reality no you won't notice a blind bit of difference.
gazter06/01/2020 00:31

you must be kidding... I have a pcie4 based nvme drive, which is …you must be kidding... I have a pcie4 based nvme drive, which is admittedly faster than this, but they’re like lightening!


Nope I'm not. When you go from HDD to SSD sure it's night and day. Now go from your installed SSD to nvme m.2 drive. Can you tell the difference? I know I couldn't and I've tested loads of different regular SSD a d nvme m.2 drives.

On paper they are world's apart but in real world usage it's just not noticeable and anyone who says it is for normal day to day gaming etc is lying.
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Scorching.
Are these any faster than a standard SSD?

Excuse my ignorance.
Willy_Wonka05/01/2020 00:20

Are these any faster than a standard SSD? Excuse my ignorance.


On paper yes.

In reality no you won't notice a blind bit of difference.
Willy_Wonka05/01/2020 00:20

Are these any faster than a standard SSD? Excuse my ignorance.


Yes, about 7X faster. But for an average and general usage, any standard 2.5 or M2 ssd will be Ok. So in my opinion, it depends what you mostly use it for as only the PCs workload defines how important the speed is. If that makes sense ..
Willy_Wonka05/01/2020 00:20

Are these any faster than a standard SSD? Excuse my ignorance.


As the post from bbfb123 states, you won't notice any real difference. I say that having gone from a cheap Crucial SSD to a 512gb 760p drive.
Edited by: "Ashe" 5th Jan
Well I fitted one in conjunction with the original SSD & at the moment it says unallocated & I cant get past that.

So its just sitting there dormant.
Willy_Wonka05/01/2020 00:35

Well I fitted one in conjunction with the original SSD & at the moment it …Well I fitted one in conjunction with the original SSD & at the moment it says unallocated & I cant get past that. So its just sitting there dormant.


Go to Control Panel - Administrative Tools - Computer Management - Disk Management and initialise it, quick format and give it a drive letter.
OK. So now if I copy the original SSD on to the M2 then in theory it should be faster?
Willy_Wonka05/01/2020 01:07

OK. So now if I copy the original SSD on to the M2 then in theory it …OK. So now if I copy the original SSD on to the M2 then in theory it should be faster?


No no, it works different way, for that you need to clone the drive(Swap the drive) Which is the new one installed?
The new one is the M2. I have copied hard drives from internal to external before & know what to do with that but if you can do that externally why cant you do it internally?

Again. Excuse my ignorance. I am just playing with this laptop to learn. Already put 20GB Ram in it lol not bad for an 8th Gen i3 lol

Forgot to say the M2 is now formatted & recognised.
Edited by: "Willy_Wonka" 5th Jan
Not seeing why this is a deal or why you would want to get it from Amazon Spain? Isnt the 1tb better value?
plewis0005/01/2020 01:00

Go to Control Panel - Administrative Tools - Computer Management - Disk …Go to Control Panel - Administrative Tools - Computer Management - Disk Management and initialise it, quick format and give it a drive letter.


Thank you for that- I had the same problem a year back- after a long headache/research did the very same. A pain if manufacturers diddnt assign the drive!
Oos and no guarantee it will be honoured at this price. From experience Amazon often cancel orders if its unavailable.
999tigger05/01/2020 02:34

Not seeing why this is a deal or why you would want to get it from Amazon …Not seeing why this is a deal or why you would want to get it from Amazon Spain? Isnt the 1tb better value?


Which 1tb?
hr0805/01/2020 04:44

Thank you for that- I had the same problem a year back- after a long …Thank you for that- I had the same problem a year back- after a long headache/research did the very same. A pain if manufacturers diddnt assign the drive!


They would need your computer to do that.
They can't assign a letter to a drive in case the drive path is already taken in your computer.
Stitch12305/01/2020 07:40

Which 1tb?


999tigger05/01/2020 02:34

Not seeing why this is a deal or why you would want to get it from Amazon …Not seeing why this is a deal or why you would want to get it from Amazon Spain? Isnt the 1tb better value?


Might be refering to 660P ? Which is £89.99..
Edited by: "Brutes" 5th Jan
I bought a Corsair 480gb NVMe for £55 delivered off Ebuyer via Ebay the last time there was a 15% off code. Could be one again soon and Ebuyer are usually included.
Anyone know what ssd type/socket a MBP pro Retina late 2012 is. Will this one fit?
hr0805/01/2020 04:44

Thank you for that- I had the same problem a year back- after a long …Thank you for that- I had the same problem a year back- after a long headache/research did the very same. A pain if manufacturers diddnt assign the drive!


They can't assign a drive. Each PC has different drive letters.
So no point pre-assigning as drive D might already be taken by another drive.
Any drive I've ever gotten had to be formatted and assigned to a letter on a PC.
It takes 10 seconds to do it after you learn how to do it.
A new drive should be fully formatted.
Quick format bypasses checking the whole drive for errors.
Nice find
999tigger05/01/2020 02:34

Not seeing why this is a deal or why you would want to get it from Amazon …Not seeing why this is a deal or why you would want to get it from Amazon Spain? Isnt the 1tb better value?


hotukdeals.com/dea…097

If this is the one you are referring too the difference is that one is a SATA and this one is a NVMe.
Willy_Wonka05/01/2020 01:17

The new one is the M2. I have copied hard drives from internal to external …The new one is the M2. I have copied hard drives from internal to external before & know what to do with that but if you can do that externally why cant you do it internally? Again. Excuse my ignorance. I am just playing with this laptop to learn. Already put 20GB Ram in it lol not bad for an 8th Gen i3 lolForgot to say the M2 is now formatted & recognised.


You can do that if it's just files. I'm assuming your operating system is installed on the other drive and that's what you want to move? If so, it's not possible to just move all the files and folders, you need to either install everything again on the new drive or get 3rd party drive cloning software so you can move everything as is.
neutech05/01/2020 10:14

Anyone know what ssd type/socket a MBP pro Retina late 2012 is. Will this …Anyone know what ssd type/socket a MBP pro Retina late 2012 is. Will this one fit?



It won't fit. Apple innovated these "stick of gum" type SSD drives a couple of years before the NVMe or M.2 standards existed on paper so it's a proprietary socket. Try OWC for upgrade drives to fit that machine, although they're not cheap being custom designs.
Edited by: "MagicBoy" 5th Jan
£56.07 paying in Euros on a Monzo card.

Couldn’t find anything cheaper on Amazon UK.

I’ve got mine for my Synology NAS to hopefully speed up the streaming when starting a movie in Plex (First world problems I know!)

Cheers Op
MagicBoy05/01/2020 12:22

It won't fit. Apple innovated these "stick of gum" type SSD drives a …It won't fit. Apple innovated these "stick of gum" type SSD drives a couple of years before the NVMe or M.2 standards existed on paper so it's a proprietary socket. Try OWC for upgrade drives to fit that machine, although they're not cheap being custom designs.


That explains it, at last someone to come out and say what I’ve been thinking. Typical Apple . Cheers!
just purchased a QNAP 4 bay m.2 NAS been holding out for a solid deal on drives. This should be perfect! Thanks. Looking forward to getting rid of my "MASSIVE" old school NASs
Edited by: "umirza85" 5th Jan
My motherboard the msi x370 gaming plus says that it can run nvme and on the compatibility page its been tested to work with "PCI-E M2 Intel SSD 760P Series - SSDPEKKW256G82280256GB". Its the only 760p i can find on there, does that mean it will work with all 760p in all likelihood or is it just that specific one?
MagicBoy05/01/2020 12:22

It won't fit. Apple innovated these "stick of gum" type SSD drives a …It won't fit. Apple innovated these "stick of gum" type SSD drives a couple of years before the NVMe or M.2 standards existed on paper so it's a proprietary socket. Try OWC for upgrade drives to fit that machine, although they're not cheap being custom designs.


There are adapters that convert regular 2280 SSDs to Apple proprietary drives. Pretty cheap too, basically the same thing OWC does for a fraction of the price.
Would be nice if this had RGB.
bbfb12305/01/2020 00:23

On paper yes. In reality no you won't notice a blind bit of difference.


Or actually you will you notice a difference. Faster loading of Windows and stuff installed on it, like faster game loading times. Fact. Reason they exist. 3230MB/s Read, 1625MB/s Write for this compared to an SSD at max 550MB/s Read and Write speeds. You do the math.
basil149205/01/2020 14:10

My motherboard the msi x370 gaming plus says that it can run nvme and on …My motherboard the msi x370 gaming plus says that it can run nvme and on the compatibility page its been tested to work with "PCI-E M2 Intel SSD 760P Series - SSDPEKKW256G82280256GB". Its the only 760p i can find on there, does that mean it will work with all 760p in all likelihood or is it just that specific one?


They only test a small selection. It's doubtful you could find any NVME SSD like this that won't work.
Opethian05/01/2020 16:32

Would be nice if this had RGB.


Would it? Many motherboards have a heatsink that covers this SSD to keep it cool. Rendering RGB pointless.
ChippyBG05/01/2020 16:25

There are adapters that convert regular 2280 SSDs to Apple proprietary …There are adapters that convert regular 2280 SSDs to Apple proprietary drives. Pretty cheap too, basically the same thing OWC does for a fraction of the price.


Seen them for the late-2013 onwards - they can convert an NVMe drive like this Intel.

2012 and early-2013 are SATA based. The one guy I know that tried a chinese adapter ... it was so thick the bottom plate wouldn't screw back on!
Edited by: "MagicBoy" 5th Jan
alchemist188305/01/2020 16:37

Or actually you will you notice a difference. Faster loading of Windows …Or actually you will you notice a difference. Faster loading of Windows and stuff installed on it, like faster game loading times. Fact. Reason they exist. 3230MB/s Read, 1625MB/s Write for this compared to an SSD at max 550MB/s Read and Write speeds. You do the math.


Do the math.

Ok let me clear up my comment. Yes these nvme m.2 SSD drives are faster but we are talking by a second or two. Hardly noticeable Vs regular SSD Vs HDD where the difference is anything from double figure seconds to minutes.
Waiting for 1080p
Willy_Wonka05/01/2020 00:20

Are these any faster than a standard SSD? Excuse my ignorance.


If you using it for video editing or heavy drive usage software then yes. Games etc... Not that much difference because the rest of the
System still has to process the information like the GPU or CPU. One of my friends runs an NVME and he loads games about 1 second faster than I do on an SSD.
aveaorganics05/01/2020 17:24

If you using it for video editing or heavy drive usage software then yes. …If you using it for video editing or heavy drive usage software then yes. Games etc... Not that much difference because the rest of the System still has to process the information like the GPU or CPU. One of my friends runs an NVME and he loads games about 1 second faster than I do on an SSD.


Wow! a whole second you say? Does your Friend even have an identical system? Actually - review the tests - not that noticeable in video rendering for example. I posted a few YTube tests a while back. For some tests I've seen
it was actually slightly slower than a standard SSD ! The problem is for even
top level PCs is there are other bottlenecks that mean the potential speeds can't be taken advantage of yet.
It may come but don't buy one of these for an immediate boost - buy it because of relative cost/value or you
want to utilize the M2 slot to free up a sata port on your motherboard.
Edited by: "Patr100" 5th Jan
plewis0005/01/2020 01:00

Go to Control Panel - Administrative Tools - Computer Management - Disk …Go to Control Panel - Administrative Tools - Computer Management - Disk Management and initialise it, quick format and give it a drive letter.


Ideally don't allocate all of the space though by 10%.
Have some heat
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