Intenso 240GB SSD £51.99 Delivered @ eBuyer
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Intenso 240GB SSD £51.99 Delivered @ eBuyer

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Found 5th Apr
Not bad at all for a 240GB SSD. perfect for a laptop upgrade or as an OS Drive in your main computer.

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  • The SSD SATA III Top Performance offers speed and efficiency for the everyday use at home as well as for extensive gaming. Outstanding transfer rates extremely reduce access times and processing operations. Using a SSD with a SATA III interface and 6 Gbps netbooks and computers can be booted in less than 20 seconds. Additionally access times and processing operations are getting so fast that you never want to work without a SSD again.

    The SSD Top Performance reaches reading speeds of up to 470 MB/s and writing speeds of up to 540 MB/s. The perfect match between controller and high speed MLC NAND Flash adds to the special performance of the SSD.Specifications
    • Capacities: 240 GB
    • Form factor: 2.5"
    • NAND Flash:High-Speed MLC
    • Interface:SATA III (6 Gbps)
    • Controller:Standard controller
    • Reading Performance:up to 520 MB/s
    • Writing Performance:up to 300 MB/s (128GB)
    • Properties:Low power consumption | Shock-resistant (1500 G / 0.5 ms) | Silent operation (0 dB)
    • Features:SMART Command Support | TRIM Command Support
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Mistaken this for a coffee machine
My first computer a Commodore PC had a 10mb Hard drive 😳
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is that is better performance?
Integral 120GB P Series 5 SATA III 2.5" SSD Drive - 560MB/s
capacity does not matter for me..
Typ
7fink71 m ago

is that is better performance?Integral 120GB P Series 5 SATA III 2.5" SSD …is that is better performance?Integral 120GB P Series 5 SATA III 2.5" SSD Drive - 560MB/scapacity does not matter for me..


Typically larger drives offer better performance.
My first computer a Commodore PC had a 10mb Hard drive 😳
Mistaken this for a coffee machine
Midnitecraze19 m ago

Mistaken this for a coffee machine


That's hard to swallow 😋
N1 OP
Not the greatest controller, in fact its pretty much bottom of the pile hence the write performance however its a damn good price for someone who wants a cheap option at replacing their primary traditional hard drive. Hot!
what (was)this not a make of condoms?? of course they must be following the current now
Edited by: "bobo53" 6th Apr
bobo531 h, 46 m ago

what this not a make of condoms?? of course they must be following the …what this not a make of condoms?? of course they must be following the current now


What the!
That's hard to swallow
Is this any good for a go pro hero x
Voted hot. New to SSD's but want one for my Lenovo laptop.

Can anyone help me - is writing speeds different to writing performance, (as they are different speeds in the description of the deal), and also my old HDD is SATA II, will this work, just a little slower than SATA III? Will it be worth it for me, only just bought a new HDD. Anything else I need to know about swapping to an SDD? Thanks in advance for any help.
jonnyjackov4 h, 57 m ago

Voted hot. New to SSD's but want one for my Lenovo laptop.Can anyone help …Voted hot. New to SSD's but want one for my Lenovo laptop.Can anyone help me - is writing speeds different to writing performance, (as they are different speeds in the description of the deal), and also my old HDD is SATA II, will this work, just a little slower than SATA III? Will it be worth it for me, only just bought a new HDD. Anything else I need to know about swapping to an SDD? Thanks in advance for any help.



jonnyjackov4 h, 57 m ago

Voted hot. New to SSD's but want one for my Lenovo laptop.Can anyone help …Voted hot. New to SSD's but want one for my Lenovo laptop.Can anyone help me - is writing speeds different to writing performance, (as they are different speeds in the description of the deal), and also my old HDD is SATA II, will this work, just a little slower than SATA III? Will it be worth it for me, only just bought a new HDD. Anything else I need to know about swapping to an SDD? Thanks in advance for any help.


I’ve just upgraded my ancient Lenovo Sata 2 T400 with another HUKD, a 250GB Samsung SSD for about £75. I just undid one screw, took out the old drive, placed the SSD in the old rubber grips and slotted it in. Did a new install of Windows 10 on that. All I can say is, now it runs fast enough to actually use, big improvement.
Edited by: "buglawton" 6th Apr
Thanks for the info buglawton, I've ordered the Crucial one from Amazon.
Very good price, though still want to see one for <£50
Good price, but not heard of Intenso. Anyone got experience of their stuff?
thel33ter5th Apr

Typ Typically larger drives offer better performance.



Bigger SSDs also put out more heat and can cook themselves
ccnp34 m ago

Bigger SSDs also put out more heat and can cook themselves


M.2 stuff has vague heat issues but in 2.5" SATA drive form factor you won't have any heat issues. They run cooler than HDDs.
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Someone needs to explain that pic. It's like a visual non sequitur.
Tarquin848424 m ago

Someone needs to explain that pic. It's like a visual non sequitur.


Just buy it from Amazon. Same price.

Not that anybody has any idea about the drive. Its certainly not what ebuyer are claiming. Looks like they just copied and pasted the description from the old 256gb version from a few years back. They just changed 256gb for 240gb in description. In the details it still list the write speed for 128gb drive. The small drive in this series is 120gb, 128gb is the old one.
If I was a betting man I would say it's a rebranded Toshiba TR200.
Tarquin848425 m ago

Someone needs to explain that pic. It's like a visual non sequitur.



Ebuyer posted an Xmas pic. By mistake, in the background it shows that their staff have a performance metric of how many customer returns they refuse. Like others say... Amazon is the way to go.
deaglecat2 h, 52 m ago

Ebuyer posted an Xmas pic. By mistake, in the background it shows that …Ebuyer posted an Xmas pic. By mistake, in the background it shows that their staff have a performance metric of how many customer returns they refuse. Like others say... Amazon is the way to go.


What's the issue? I worked in retail years ago and the number of chancers was significant, from what i can tell it is far worse these days with the internet.
Ebuyer are notoriously deceptive when it comes to warranty issues.

See the comments on this thread:

hotukdeals.com/dea…994

Anything they sell with any sort of advertised extended warranty is basically BS - after six months, no repair, no full refund and no replacment just an insult of a partial refund - you have been warned.
deaglecat10 h, 36 m ago

Ebuyer posted an Xmas pic. By mistake, in the background it shows that …Ebuyer posted an Xmas pic. By mistake, in the background it shows that their staff have a performance metric of how many customer returns they refuse. Like others say... Amazon is the way to go.


Oh, and Amazon is a totally ethical and right-on company I guess. Does it pay a sensible amount of tax yet? By the way, I don't like eBuyer very much.
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