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2TB Micron 1100, 2.5" SSD, SATA III - 6Gb/s, TLC 3D NAND MTFDDAK2T0TBN £145.44 @ Monkeyinthewall ebay
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2TB Micron 1100, 2.5" SSD, SATA III - 6Gb/s, TLC 3D NAND MTFDDAK2T0TBN £145.44 @ Monkeyinthewall ebay

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Posted 2nd Dec 2019

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Seema a good price this for 2tb 2.5" Micron SSD from a reputable eBay store.

For info Micron is a big name in the computer segment, I believe Crucial are a segment of Micron.
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Micron 1100=Crucial MX300

Micron is Crucial's parent company. Anything under Micron name is OEM only product and you'll need to go through retailer for any warranty claims as Micron not directly sell these to retail customers. However these are reliable drives.
Was about to purchase one until I seen the sellers reply to a customer who was sent the wrong model item.

Wouldn’t touch this seller with a barge pole no matter how cheap he was selling them.
Bomster03/12/2019 11:59

Not trying to disprove you, but I just checked the MX300, and the 2TB …Not trying to disprove you, but I just checked the MX300, and the 2TB drive has a TBW of 400TB, whereas it appears this Micron one has 120TB? Would be happy to be proved wrong, as I need a new cache drive for my server, but wouldn't want something with such low endurance.


Micron 1100 2tb rated 400twb.

Check below link for product spec(PDF)

micron.com/-/m…pdf

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1nsomniac03/12/2019 20:30

Was about to purchase one until I seen the sellers reply to a customer who …Was about to purchase one until I seen the sellers reply to a customer who was sent the wrong model item. Wouldn’t touch this seller with a barge pole no matter how cheap he was selling them.



Needs some charm classes, for sure...39248132-hqlDy.jpgHe/she actually reminds me of a kebab shop owner we have in Glasgow who had a few criticisms directed at him recently... mirror.co.uk/new…249

Edit: There's more, actually... "dumbo" and "banned" are his/her favourite words..39248132-fuhYY.jpg39248132-s6HsE.jpg
Edited by: "louiselouise" 3rd Dec 2019
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Cheap? Cheap.
Micron 1100=Crucial MX300

Micron is Crucial's parent company. Anything under Micron name is OEM only product and you'll need to go through retailer for any warranty claims as Micron not directly sell these to retail customers. However these are reliable drives.
Looks like a really good price
Very decent discount. Getting closer to HDD £/GB every week
fantastic price.
Its showing at 149 for me how did you manage to get it for 145.44?
Mayela_Izaguirre03/12/2019 04:21

Its showing at 149 for me how did you manage to get it for 145.44? …Its showing at 149 for me how did you manage to get it for 145.44?


While checking out insert PICKME5 on the add voucher box.
Amazing price!
Bigspin02/12/2019 22:42

Micron 1100=Crucial MX300 Micron is Crucial's parent company. Anything …Micron 1100=Crucial MX300 Micron is Crucial's parent company. Anything under Micron name is OEM only product and you'll need to go through retailer for any warranty claims as Micron not directly sell these to retail customers. However these are reliable drives.


Not trying to disprove you, but I just checked the MX300, and the 2TB drive has a TBW of 400TB, whereas it appears this Micron one has 120TB? Would be happy to be proved wrong, as I need a new cache drive for my server, but wouldn't want something with such low endurance.
Edited by: "Bomster" 3rd Dec 2019
Bomster03/12/2019 11:59

Not trying to disprove you, but I just checked the MX300, and the 2TB …Not trying to disprove you, but I just checked the MX300, and the 2TB drive has a TBW of 400TB, whereas it appears this Micron one has 120TB? Would be happy to be proved wrong, as I need a new cache drive for my server, but wouldn't want something with such low endurance.


Micron 1100 2tb rated 400twb.

Check below link for product spec(PDF)

micron.com/-/m…pdf

39241514-invjz.jpg
Bigspin03/12/2019 12:05

Micron 1100 2tb rated 400twb. Check below link for product spec(PDF) …Micron 1100 2tb rated 400twb. Check below link for product spec(PDF) https://www.micron.com/-/media/client/global/documents/products/data-sheet/ssd/1100_ssd.pdf[Image]


Excellent, cheers Bigspin. I must have come across the wrong datasheet previously.
Bomster03/12/2019 11:59

Not trying to disprove you, but I just checked the MX300, and the 2TB …Not trying to disprove you, but I just checked the MX300, and the 2TB drive has a TBW of 400TB, whereas it appears this Micron one has 120TB? Would be happy to be proved wrong, as I need a new cache drive for my server, but wouldn't want something with such low endurance.


You may want to consider a cached drive like the MX500 or Samsung Evo860 if you're moving or working with big files.
£75 per tb. Thats as good as it gets at the moment. Ordered. Thanks.

This has a cache, so it is better than any of the cache less drives. It has been superceded by the MX500 and the Samsung drives with a cache but pricewise there is no comparison. The cheapest 2tb crucial drive is £182.

Review here - bear in mind this is for the lower capacity version.
Edited by: "fiqqer" 3rd Dec 2019
Looks like very low power comsumption on these drives, so great for laptops.
I've got this drive as a game drive its excellent for the price!
🔥 🔥 fire heat from me
Incredible price for 2tb, and decent brand too. Paid just a shave under £110 for each of my 1TB MX500 drives five months back.

How do these compare to the MX500 versions?

I would have been all over this if I hadn't built my systems relatively recently. Use 512gb system and 1TB app and game drive in both desktop and laptop, and somehow my app and game drives are nearly full already.
Well ouch, that's me £532 poorer for 8TB worth. Too good to pass up and convert everything to SSD. Thanks op, would heat twice if I could
how reliable is this drive? I'm planning to put my photos and videos. I do plan to copy to cloud for residency but I would't want less endurance drive fail on me.
rendeverance03/12/2019 18:29

Incredible price for 2tb, and decent brand too. Paid just a shave under …Incredible price for 2tb, and decent brand too. Paid just a shave under £110 for each of my 1TB MX500 drives five months back.How do these compare to the MX500 versions? I would have been all over this if I hadn't built my systems relatively recently. Use 512gb system and 1TB app and game drive in both desktop and laptop, and somehow my app and game drives are nearly full already.



It's effectively a MX300. See: hardforum.com/thr…74/

Basic benchmarks here (ignore the clickbait headline):


Certainly not a drive you want to be hammering with writes (hence the warranty), but perfectly fine for storage / gaming / most common tasks that are read heavy.

Was planning to order a second 1TB nvme today, but now very tempted to go for this. I have other nvme drives in the system I can use for performance reasons.
Edited by: "nomnomnomnom" 3rd Dec 2019
rendeverance03/12/2019 18:29

Incredible price for 2tb, and decent brand too. Paid just a shave under …Incredible price for 2tb, and decent brand too. Paid just a shave under £110 for each of my 1TB MX500 drives five months back.How do these compare to the MX500 versions? I would have been all over this if I hadn't built my systems relatively recently. Use 512gb system and 1TB app and game drive in both desktop and laptop, and somehow my app and game drives are nearly full already.


anandtech.com/ben…205
Was about to purchase one until I seen the sellers reply to a customer who was sent the wrong model item.

Wouldn’t touch this seller with a barge pole no matter how cheap he was selling them.
Thanks for posting, we have added your thread to the Highlights pages
1nsomniac03/12/2019 20:30

Was about to purchase one until I seen the sellers reply to a customer who …Was about to purchase one until I seen the sellers reply to a customer who was sent the wrong model item. Wouldn’t touch this seller with a barge pole no matter how cheap he was selling them.


What did they say?
1nsomniac03/12/2019 20:30

Was about to purchase one until I seen the sellers reply to a customer who …Was about to purchase one until I seen the sellers reply to a customer who was sent the wrong model item. Wouldn’t touch this seller with a barge pole no matter how cheap he was selling them.



Needs some charm classes, for sure...39248132-hqlDy.jpgHe/she actually reminds me of a kebab shop owner we have in Glasgow who had a few criticisms directed at him recently... mirror.co.uk/new…249

Edit: There's more, actually... "dumbo" and "banned" are his/her favourite words..39248132-fuhYY.jpg39248132-s6HsE.jpg
Edited by: "louiselouise" 3rd Dec 2019
Yup, sounds like a right one. Need to keep in mind that you have zero warranty with this as Micron will not deal with end users - that's what Crucial are for.
@bbfb123 -- "From a reputable ebay store"


Interesting use of "reputable". Harrod's is reputable, it has a good reputation.


This guy on eBay is worse than Dellboy!

Awful individual. I second the guy who wouldn't touch it with a barge pole.
Edited by: "muppetrider" 3rd Dec 2019
muppetrider03/12/2019 22:41

@bbfb123 -- "From a reputable ebay store"Interesting use of "reputable". …@bbfb123 -- "From a reputable ebay store"Interesting use of "reputable". Harrod's is reputable, it has a good reputation.This guy on eBay is worse than Dellboy! Awful individual. I second the guy who wouldn't touch it with a barge pole.


I meant reputable as in their overall feedback seems good. 99% for over 1000 transactions.

The comments made by the seller certainly doesn't portray them as a nice person I can see that.

Well fingers crossed everyone who ordered one receives it and it works ok!
Why marked as expired?
Ian_Kemp04/12/2019 10:17

Why marked as expired?



There were none left when I last looked at this thread - seems there's 6 showing this morning.
1nsomniac03/12/2019 20:30

Was about to purchase one until I seen the sellers reply to a customer who …Was about to purchase one until I seen the sellers reply to a customer who was sent the wrong model item. Wouldn’t touch this seller with a barge pole no matter how cheap he was selling them.



Yes, the seller sounds like a street market seller, - telling people they are stupid and they are banned when they give a negative review. It is unlikely you will get any sort of service and as the warranty (ha ha) is with the retailer you are effectively not getting a warranty.

Any saving over a crucial MX500 is the warranty and the MX500 is at least 20% faster than this drive.
Edited by: "fiqqer" 4th Dec 2019
My drive arrived today. Not had time to test it yet. Anyone else got theirs? Came in a brown box with bubble wrap but in a sealed AS bag
bbfb12305/12/2019 17:46

My drive arrived today. Not had time to test it yet. Anyone else got …My drive arrived today. Not had time to test it yet. Anyone else got theirs? Came in a brown box with bubble wrap but in a sealed AS bag



yes, mine arrived like that too. Its an oem drive so that is going to be how you get them. The supplier will have got 10 - 20 at a time in a clear plastic case housing them. They wont have any packaging themselves as they are not retail units. It did appear to be an unused/unopened unit.

It requires formatting using one of the free partitioning utilities. It took a couple of reboots and some fiddling in the bios to eventually see the drive. Aside from that it works wonderfully now. It measures a little slower than the MX500 but at these speeds you wont notice the difference.
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