King Dian 120GB SSD £37.99 (Prime) R/W 559.7/381MB/S - Sold by KingDian SSD Technology Co.,Ltd. / Fulfilled by Amazon
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King Dian 120GB SSD £37.99 (Prime) R/W 559.7/381MB/S - Sold by KingDian SSD Technology Co.,Ltd. / Fulfilled by Amazon

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Found 30th Dec 2017
I've used this make a couple of times and not had any problems, a decent budget SSD with reasonable performance for it's price.
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Cheaper than buying direct from their web site - heat added, thanks for sharing!
Bought. Heat added. Should bring my old laptop back to life!
In one of the images "You need a such HARD DRIVE DISK!!", blimey!

For the price let's hope you don't end up with this: 32950107-hD6nf.jpg

There's a whole lot of fake SSD's out there, not saying these are but they can't even form "cohirante sinnitancessss" in their marketing.

Edited due to grammar Nazi, I'm sure they'll be more pleased with that.
Edited by: "Steelman111" 30th Dec 2017

Steelman111 - nice picture!

To be fair I doubt you are as fluent in Chinese as they are in English, so I can forgive a few mistakes, (you have to if you a HotUKdeals regular!)
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Steelman1111 h, 25 m ago

In one of the images "You need a such HARD DRIVE DISK!!", blimey!For the …In one of the images "You need a such HARD DRIVE DISK!!", blimey!For the price let's hope you don't end up with this: [Image] There's a whole lot of fake SSD's out there, not saying these are but they can't even form coherant sentances in their marketing.


I've used the 60Gb and the old 120Gb (this new one is faster) several times over the past year or so, build quality is good and they hit the rated speeds without a problem. No failures or issues yet I'm glad to say.
Edited by: "Putterill" 30th Dec 2017
Steelman1113 h, 9 m ago

In one of the images "You need a such HARD DRIVE DISK!!", blimey!For the …In one of the images "You need a such HARD DRIVE DISK!!", blimey!For the price let's hope you don't end up with this: [Image] There's a whole lot of fake SSD's out there, not saying these are but they can't even form coherant sentances in their marketing.



That's rich coming from someone who can't even spell 'coherent' and 'sentences' and yes, I am fluent in both English and Chinese
Edited by: "dragonxpress" 30th Dec 2017
dragonxpress16 m ago

That's rich coming from someone who can't even spell 'coherent' and …That's rich coming from someone who can't even spell 'coherent' and 'sentences' and yes, I am fluent in both English and Chinese


But you understood what I meant - so it doesn't actually matter, if I were to sell something like this I'd put the effort in actually checking what I'm typing... this is just a random post on the internet that people will forget after closing it.

Point is that products like this that clearly try to sound like branded (Kingston) products and have marketing that can't even string words together that make sense is something to watch out for.
Edited by: "Steelman111" 30th Dec 2017
heat addedd - while still 'expensive' for what it is - given the current price of ssd's £37 isnt bad to speed up your PC no end.


Love that pic of a usb drive in an enclosure!
Steelman1113 h, 41 m ago

In one of the images "You need a such HARD DRIVE DISK!!", blimey!For the …In one of the images "You need a such HARD DRIVE DISK!!", blimey!For the price let's hope you don't end up with this: [Image] There's a whole lot of fake SSD's out there, not saying these are but they can't even form "cohirante sinnitancessss" in their marketing.Edited due to grammar Nazi, I'm sure they'll be more pleased with that.



That is not a king dian ssd so why even post it?

Iv actually got a king dian m.2 ssd in this pc now and it has more reads and writes on it than any ssd iv ever had before and its still not dead and is performing just as it did the day i bought it which was about 4 years ago.
Edited by: "eraldo" 30th Dec 2017
Steelman1115 h, 9 m ago

But you understood what I meant - so it doesn't actually matter, if I were …But you understood what I meant - so it doesn't actually matter, if I were to sell something like this I'd put the effort in actually checking what I'm typing... this is just a random post on the internet that people will forget after closing it.Point is that products like this that clearly try to sound like branded (Kingston) products and have marketing that can't even string words together that make sense is something to watch out for.



But it does matter - you slate somebody for their (poor) use of grammar yet your command of the English language isn't perfect, yet I'll bet that it's your mother tongue. Chinese companies have to cater for many markets including their home market of more than 1 billion residents. To expect them to be fluent in over 147 languages is naive, to expect everybody to be perfect in English is just plain arrogant ...
Steelman1118 h, 37 m ago

In one of the images "You need a such HARD DRIVE DISK!!", blimey!For the …In one of the images "You need a such HARD DRIVE DISK!!", blimey!For the price let's hope you don't end up with this: [Image] There's a whole lot of fake SSD's out there, not saying these are but they can't even form "cohirante sinnitancessss" in their marketing.Edited due to grammar Nazi, I'm sure they'll be more pleased with that.


That's just being childish, if you are going to slag somebody off about poor English then at least learn to spell ...
Bought this yesterday. Came today. Cloned the laptop windows 10 over and what a difference. Used to take about 2 mins to boot up. Now 10 seconds. Best 38 quid I ever spent.
Steelman11130th Dec 2017

In one of the images "You need a such HARD DRIVE DISK!!", blimey!For the …In one of the images "You need a such HARD DRIVE DISK!!", blimey!For the price let's hope you don't end up with this: [Image] There's a whole lot of fake SSD's out there, not saying these are but they can't even form "cohirante sinnitancessss" in their marketing.Edited due to grammar Nazi, I'm sure they'll be more pleased with that.


A ha I see your ssd went through the PC world repair centre
Ordered and thanks for posting. I've ordered a caddy to fit in my DVD drive slot, so can still access the old 500tb drive.
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finnmaccool12 m ago

Ordered and thanks for posting. I've ordered a caddy to fit in my DVD …Ordered and thanks for posting. I've ordered a caddy to fit in my DVD drive slot, so can still access the old 500tb drive.


That's exactly what I did with one about a year back, it transformed the laptop. Only hassle I had was finding the right caddy to fit :-)
I for life of me can't get this to install in my Asus laptop. Booting off the USB key gives me a black screen. The SSD is visible when connected to USB.
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