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Intel SSD 660p 512GB M.2-2280 NVMe PCIe SSD for £56.14 delivered @ CCLOnline
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Intel SSD 660p 512GB M.2-2280 NVMe PCIe SSD for £56.14 delivered @ CCLOnline

£56.14£63.8912%CCLOnline Deals
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Refreshed 8th Jul (Posted 7th Jul)
Thanks for the update
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Key Features:
  • PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe Interface
  • M.2 2280 Form Factor
  • Up to 1500MB/s Read, 1000MB/s Write
  • 4K IOPS Read: 90000
  • 4K IOPS Write: 220000
  • 2 Year Warranty
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Solid State Drives (SSDs) set the standard for storage performance, stability, efficiency, and low-power consumption. With no moving parts, Intel's rugged SSDs are excellent for use in devices and for applications that require speed and reliability. Take your PC to a new level of responsiveness and reliability. Designed for work and play, Intel Solid State Drives deliver high performance, extreme stability, and power efficiency. With no moving parts, they provide excellent storage for any application-from spreadsheets and word processing to content management.

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  • End-to-End Data Protection
  • Intel Smart Response Technology
  • Intel Rapid Start Technology
  • Intel Remote Secure Erase (Intel RSE)
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Crazy good price! Just £10 over a regular SSD, when speeds are least twice faster. Wish I had m.2 port in my old setup...
Looks like it could be a decent buy for my impending Ryzen build (assuming I just go with a B450 board at least).
Can anyone recommend an external enclosure for this that’s USB C/Thunderbolt 3 and gives decent speeds please? Thanks in advance!
dankilling08/07/2019 17:22

https://www.cclonline.com/product/269934/SSDPEKNW512G8XT/Solid-State-Drives-SSDs-/Intel-660P-512GB-Solid-State-Drive/SSD0907/Same drive, £3 cheaper and 5 Year warrenty


Thanks, will update in the title and the link, that was £64 when it was posted.
Edited by: "Brutes" 8th Jul
Brutes08/07/2019 17:27

Thanks, will update in the title and the link, that was £64 when it was …Thanks, will update in the title and the link, that was £64 when it was posted.


Gotch ya back bro
ssd.userbenchmark.com/Com…885


worth noting , write speeds much better, double, on mp510 for only a little more .
Edited by: "chesterbuns" 8th Jul
MP510 most likely worth the extra £8ish if this is going to be your boot drive.
Edited by: "mattclarkie" 8th Jul
My mobo description says ‘PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 Connector with up to 32Gb/s Data Transfer (PCIe NVMe & SATA SSD support’. Is this the right thing?
Stitch12308/07/2019 19:48

My mobo description says ‘PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 Connector with up to 32Gb/s D …My mobo description says ‘PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 Connector with up to 32Gb/s Data Transfer (PCIe NVMe & SATA SSD support’. Is this the right thing?


Yes, but you'd benefit from a faster drive such as WD Black, Corsair MP510 or a Samsung.
mattclarkie08/07/2019 19:50

Yes, but you'd benefit from a faster drive such as WD Black, Corsair MP510 …Yes, but you'd benefit from a faster drive such as WD Black, Corsair MP510 or a Samsung.


Do I just need to look for the ones that say PCIe M.2
Stitch12308/07/2019 19:51

Do I just need to look for the ones that say PCIe M.2


Anything classed as an NVME drive. PCIe 3 x 4 is the fastest your board supports and one of the most common, anything around the 3000 read/write mark should be fine.
mattclarkie08/07/2019 20:18

Anything classed as an NVME drive. PCIe 3 x 4 is the fastest your board …Anything classed as an NVME drive. PCIe 3 x 4 is the fastest your board supports and one of the most common, anything around the 3000 read/write mark should be fine.



Thanks
Hi great find! Does anyone know what speeds to expect on an Asus Z97-A motherboard please? I have a samsung 500gb evo already. Would there be any benefit moving my OS to this M.2?
Good deal - would love to upgrade my os drive to this.
Rambolicks09/07/2019 07:23

Hi great find! Does anyone know what speeds to expect on an Asus Z97-A …Hi great find! Does anyone know what speeds to expect on an Asus Z97-A motherboard please? I have a samsung 500gb evo already. Would there be any benefit moving my OS to this M.2?


I have a Asus Z97-WS Motherboard and i'm pretty certain the m.2 socket doesn't support NVMe so this wouldn't be compatible. You'd have to go for a standard sata m.2 which would have no speed benefit over your current Samsung evo.
rogersmore09/07/2019 20:22

I have a Asus Z97-WS Motherboard and i'm pretty certain the m.2 socket …I have a Asus Z97-WS Motherboard and i'm pretty certain the m.2 socket doesn't support NVMe so this wouldn't be compatible. You'd have to go for a standard sata m.2 which would have no speed benefit over your current Samsung evo.


Is it even noticeable going to NVMe for a typical PC user? I ask because when I last looked into this about a year ago several reviews suggested it was barely noticeable as an upgrade from SATA III SSD. They used to say it's only really going to make a difference if you move lots of data to and from your PC.
I am sure the Intel SSD 660p has a 5 year warranty. I bought the 2TB version from ebuyer after a post here and it came with a 5 year WARRANTY
for the £8, if it's your only drive get the MP510. If it's a second drive (steam drive or similar) this is fine.

The 660p isn't so keen on heavy write workloads due to QLC nand.
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