Unfortunately, this deal is no longer valid
MyMemory 240Gb SSD 3 Year Warranty - £22.99 delivered @ MyMemory
866° Expired

MyMemory 240Gb SSD 3 Year Warranty - £22.99 delivered @ MyMemory

£22.99£24.998%MyMemory Deals
29
Posted 8th Jun

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Looks ideal with 3 year warranty and 10% off if you buy 2 DIFERENT mymemory products with code MM10
Key Features
- Enhanced performance: faster boot than HDD, faster access to applications, enhanced productivity and increased efficiency
- Read up to 560MB/s,
- Write up to 540MB/s
- No mechanical parts
- Highest reliability; less likely to fail than HDD
- Extreme shock resistance
- Zero noise
- No heat generation
- Low power consumption
- Improved battery life on laptops/netbooks
- 2.5-inch form factor with SATA III 6Gbps interface (backwards compatible with SATA 3Gbps and SATA 1.5Gbps)
- Fully compatible with devices and OS that support the SATA standard Non-volatile Flash Memory for outstanding data retention - Ultra-efficient Block Management and Wear Levelling Supports S.M.A.R.T. - Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology
Community Updates

Groups

29 Comments
Looks like a rebranded integral P series SSD
Jake4_08/06/2019 10:43

Looks like a rebranded integral P series SSD


Exactly what I thought. Not that that is a bad thing.
First thing don't need the code as they dropped the price of everything of their own brands,
Also, I thought the same as Integral re-branded but be aware!! we're not having much of good reviews from MM brands lately.
Edited by: "Brutes" 8th Jun
Brutes08/06/2019 10:51

First thing don't need the code as they dropped the price of everything of …First thing don't need the code as they dropped the price of everything of their own brands, Also, I thought the same as Integral re-branded but be aware!! we're not having much of good reviews from MM brands lately.


Heat for the deal, but thanks Brutes for the advice on MM products!
Can you get a caddy for this and use it as an external drive
£5 for caddy so £28 for 320gb hard drive that’s a great price
Hopefully in a couple years we can get 1tb for £60
Edited by: "Norseg" 8th Jun
Norseg08/06/2019 18:13

Hopefully in a couple years we can get 1tb for £60


Amen to that
Brutes08/06/2019 18:17

Yes you can look out forLike this one


Thanks appreciated
Brutes08/06/2019 18:26

Amen to that


I just checked some SSDs are actually £81 for 1tb, I was trying to be fair
40-50£ is what is should be

I remember when SSDs used to be much more expensive, hopefully they start replacing harddrives but they're going to need to be more reasonable since I literally need like 3tbs at least
Edited by: "Norseg" 8th Jun
Average price, and discount can't be used on this item alone must be used with 2 items!..
Edited by: "trueno2k" 8th Jun
Brutes08/06/2019 18:17

Yes you can look out forLike this one



I bought that caddy - it;s good, but oddly has a physical "on/off" switch needs to be on to work - easy to miss as not got another caddy with a switch
This any good for my laptop? What would I need to install it if so?
Never understood this, but why would anyone put an SSD into a caddy and use as an external drive?
Unless you just like wasting money and hampering the speed of SSD's just to create a small and very expensive external storage drive?!

SSD's are best when used internally (SATA / M.2 / PCIE), due to the bus bandwidth and speed, so you make use of the best feature of SSDs - ultra fast response times and short 4k transfers.
USB already has too much of an overhead, so the difference between mechanical and ssd should be minimal in external storage.
Norseg08/06/2019 18:13

Hopefully in a couple years we can get 1tb for £60


It'll be much sooner, probably in a couple of months.... there was a branded 960Gb drive for £75 a couple days ago. Then you can wait another couple years for 2 TB to hit the £100 mark.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 9th Jun
Andrew_Robertson09/06/2019 09:56

This any good for my laptop? What would I need to install it if so?


Should be.
Open the laptop up to make sure the current drive port is the same fit as this SSD.
Make a USB boot drive (google that), remove the old mechanical drive, insert the SSD and boot from USB.

Think that's how I did mine.
Then restore the files back by putting the old drive in an external caddy (this is one I purchased - there's loads of alternatives) and use the old drive as "free" external storage.
Edited by: "u664541" 9th Jun
ibnMuhammad_09/06/2019 12:03

Never understood this, but why would anyone put an SSD into a caddy and …Never understood this, but why would anyone put an SSD into a caddy and use as an external drive?Unless you just like wasting money and hampering the speed of SSD's just to create a small and very expensive external storage drive?!SSD's are best when used internally (SATA / M.2 / PCIE), due to the bus bandwidth and speed, so you make use of the best feature of SSDs - ultra fast response times and short 4k transfers.USB already has too much of an overhead, so the difference between mechanical and ssd should be minimal in external storage.


Theretical USB 3 and Sata III max transfer rates are not that far apart 480 mbps for USB 3 ,550 mbps for pretty much every SSD on sata III bus
u66454109/06/2019 12:21

Should be.Open the laptop up to make sure the current drive port is the …Should be.Open the laptop up to make sure the current drive port is the same fit as this SSD.Make a USB boot drive (google that), remove the old mechanical drive, insert the SSD and boot from USB.Think that's how I did mine.Then restore the files back by putting the old drive in an external caddy (this is one I purchased - there's loads of alternatives) and use the old drive as "free" external storage.


you could even clone the old drive partitions and copy them onto the new drive saving time and keeping recovery etc
Can we verify that this is the Integral drive? I really want me a cheap 240GB-500GB SSD for my laptop, and this offer looks perfect, but MM brand is doing bad so I would only get it if it really was Integral making em. One is already cheap enough so why bother oredering two? Also different? Why not just two SSDs ... Probably an effort to get rid of other stuff with bad rep.

I mean check the name on their product listing, both are very mysteriously dubbed the same "P series 5"
The P5 Series SSD drive from MyMemory
Choose the Integral P Series 5 SSD
Lukas_Weber09/06/2019 18:08

Can we verify that this is the Integral drive? I really want me a cheap …Can we verify that this is the Integral drive? I really want me a cheap 240GB-500GB SSD for my laptop, and this offer looks perfect, but MM brand is doing bad so I would only get it if it really was Integral making em. One is already cheap enough so why bother oredering two? Also different? Why not just two SSDs ... Probably an effort to get rid of other stuff with bad rep.I mean check the name on their product listing, both are very mysteriously dubbed the same "P series 5"The P5 Series SSD drive from MyMemoryChoose the Integral P Series 5 SSD


The read/write speeds are the same & it looks the same so it's more than likely is a rebranded one.
zinglebarb09/06/2019 14:14

you could even clone the old drive partitions and copy them onto the new …you could even clone the old drive partitions and copy them onto the new drive saving time and keeping recovery etc


Yep, perfectly good too (how I did my laptop conversion )

Took the USB boot route for my daughter and advantage of that is no manufacturer bloatware gets loaded.
Price is £23.99
Edited by: "shootomanUK" 11th Jun
"if you buy 2 DIFERENT mymemory products with code MM10" (spelling mistake not mine)

SO you have to buy either two of them or something else, yes?
Mine lasted less than 24hrs
OOS
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text