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Maxtor By Seagate Z1 960GB 2.5" SATA III SSD for £79.29 Delivered @ CCLonline
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Maxtor By Seagate Z1 960GB 2.5" SATA III SSD for £79.29 Delivered @ CCLonline

£79.29£84.987%CCLOnline Deals
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Good price for a quality PC storage.

Key Features:
  • SATA III
  • 2.5 Form Factor
  • Up to 540MB/s Read, 475MB/s Write
  • 3 Year Warranty


The Maxtor® Z1 2.5-inch internal SSD provides up to 960GB ofstorage to bring your desktop and laptop applications to life withfaster system boots, loads, and transfer times.

Main Features

  • Take your desktop or laptop to the next level with the performance you need at afraction of the cost
  • Increased durability with robust shock and vibrational resistance (1500G/.5ms)
  • 3-year limited warranty and 1.2M-hr MTBF for peace of mind
  • Upgrade lagging laptop and desktop systems with plug-and-play standard 2.5" SATA form factor
  • Improve existing system performance with high sequential read/write speeds (540MB/sec and 475MB/sec, respectively)
  • Power-efficient drive uses only up to 2.2W in active power
  • Be mobile longer with extended battery life in laptops and portable devices


SpecificationStorage
  • Solid State Capacity 960 GB
  • Drive Size 2.5 "
  • Memory Type SSD
  • Memory Size 960 GB

Performance
  • Read Speed 540 MB/s
  • Write Speed 475 MB/s
  • Data Storage Life 360 TBW
  • Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF)1,200,000 hours

Interfaces/Ports
  • Interface TypeSATA III

Electrical
  • Electrical Power Consumption 2.2 W
  • Electrical Power Consumption Standby 16 mw

Environmental
Operating Temperature0 ~ 70 °C
Storage Temperature-40 ~ +85 °C
Shock (Non Operating)1500 G
Physical
  • Form Factor Solid State Drive
  • Enclosure type Internal
  • Width69.85 mm
  • Depth100.2 mm
  • Height7 mm
  • Weight36 g

Warranty
  • Warranty 3 Years


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11 Comments
I thought Maxtor was dead a long time ago
noob question, i know naff all about this stuff. My laptop is woefully slow, i've looked at the specs and i believe i have a 2.5" mechanical drive in it, i assume this would make a big difference speed wise? What's the best way to clone my windows install to the new drive? I only have Windows 7 disks which auto upgraded to windows 10 a while back so i guess i can't get windows 10 now?

Its a HP Pavilion - 15-au181sa by the way
Edited by: "daz_75" 20th Jan
daz_7520/01/2020 20:46

noob question, i know naff all about this stuff. My laptop is woefully …noob question, i know naff all about this stuff. My laptop is woefully slow, i've looked at the specs and i believe i have a 2.5" mechanical drive in it, i assume this would make a big difference speed wise? What's the best way to clone my windows install to the new drive? I only have Windows 7 disks which auto upgraded to windows 10 a while back so i guess i can't get windows 10 now?Its a HP Pavilion - 15-au181sa by the way

Windows 10 is licensed generally to the Motherboard of your computer so you can safely put the SSD in and do a fresh install of Windows 10. Check if you have Home or Pro - this will help you with the install if it doesn't auto detect which one is licensed.

If reinstalling isn't what you want to do you can clone with Macrium Reflect. It's free and works. I personally prefer Acronis however it isn't free, though some SSD Clone kits include an Acronis license and a USB Caddy.

Hope this helps!
I'm loving these SSD prices recently.

I remember when the technology was new and cost around £1 per GB.

And then 10p per GB was the good price.

Only getting better and better!
paddyg00720/01/2020 22:43

Windows 10 is licensed generally to the Motherboard of your computer so …Windows 10 is licensed generally to the Motherboard of your computer so you can safely put the SSD in and do a fresh install of Windows 10. Check if you have Home or Pro - this will help you with the install if it doesn't auto detect which one is licensed.If reinstalling isn't what you want to do you can clone with Macrium Reflect. It's free and works. I personally prefer Acronis however it isn't free, though some SSD Clone kits include an Acronis license and a USB Caddy.Hope this helps!


Thanks, how would it install though if i dont have the windows 10 disks just windows 7?
daz_7521/01/2020 00:05

Thanks, how would it install though if i dont have the windows 10 disks …Thanks, how would it install though if i dont have the windows 10 disks just windows 7?


Cloning copies the whole system including the operating system, so no need to reinstall windows. AFAIK windows 7 keys are valid on windows 10 of you do end up needing a fresh install.
daz_7521/01/2020 00:05

Thanks, how would it install though if i dont have the windows 10 disks …Thanks, how would it install though if i dont have the windows 10 disks just windows 7?


Google 'Windows 10 ISO' and find a Microsoft link. They allow you to download the Install media in form of a disk image. Use a tool like IMGBURN to burn to a physical dvd or a tool like ETCHER / RUFUS to create a live USB Disc with a spare USB Memory stick. Pop onto YouTube as there will be plenty of 'How to install Windows' videos. Best of luck!
paddyg00721/01/2020 07:29

Google 'Windows 10 ISO' and find a Microsoft link. They allow you to …Google 'Windows 10 ISO' and find a Microsoft link. They allow you to download the Install media in form of a disk image. Use a tool like IMGBURN to burn to a physical dvd or a tool like ETCHER / RUFUS to create a live USB Disc with a spare USB Memory stick. Pop onto YouTube as there will be plenty of 'How to install Windows' videos. Best of luck!


As he already has Windows 10, the Windows 10 media creation tool would be easier than the live USB route I reckon. Well, providing the laptop will boot from USB.
paddyg00721/01/2020 07:30

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£4 x 256 = £1024. Wrong calculation my dude
That's under 40p per GB.
Edited by: "Cal_G" 21st Jan
Thanks for this, bought it for my partners dead laptop. **HOT**
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