Novatech : SanDisk 64GB SSD SATA 6GB/s 2.5inch
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Novatech : SanDisk 64GB SSD SATA 6GB/s 2.5inch

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Found 2nd Dec 2012
4% Quidco

£2.39 Economy Delivery

Order Code: SAN-SSD64
Manf.Code: SDSSDP-064G-G25

Experience greater reliability, durability and increased performance over traditional hard drives while enhancing and extending the life of your existing computer. With no moving parts and lower power consumption, SanDisk SSD is the smart affordable choice for your next computer upgrade.

Features

- Faster boot times than a traditional hard drive
- Faster application load times and overall performance over traditional hard drives
- Affordable way to extend the life of your computer
- Low power consumption; Increased durability
- Durable Stainless-steel casing

SATA 6Gb/s and backwards compatible 3Gb/s

Max Read Speed: 490 MB/Sec
Max Write Speed: 350MB/Sec

18 Comments

Can't be long now before we get decent size drives near 1Tb?

Although a slow(er) drive, hot for a cheap introduction to SSD's.

osx

Although a slow(er) drive, hot for a cheap introduction to SSD's.

Compared to a disk, there's no such thing as a "slow" SSD

How long is the warranty?

Original Poster

belsibub

How long is the warranty?



Good question, no mention on the website, however looking direct at the SanDisk website they offer a limited 3year warranty. [http://www.sandisk.com/products/ssd/sata/standard/] Warrany is outlined in the PDF link here: [http://www.sandisk.com/Assets/Umbraco/SandiskSupport/UserGuides/smlw_eng.pdf]

Same model at Scan.co.uk is £48.77 so very good price.

im in the market for a small SSD also wouldnt this be a better option? its 60GB so smaller but faster

ebuyer.com/268…60g

Original Poster

Ruzzy

im in the market for a small SSD also wouldnt this be a better option? … im in the market for a small SSD also wouldnt this be a better option? its 60GB so smaller but fasterhttp://www.ebuyer.com/268239-ocz-60gb-agility-3-ssd-agt3-25sat3-60g



Nice find, Ebuyer are an authorised online reseller so the 3year warranty would stand. Heat for you

Nice

ER the Agility is way more expensive !

tempted - but is 64gb big enough to run Win7, Photoshop and Office comfortably on a desktop?

Im Waiting for the 512GBs to become reasonably priced. Once that happens ill be relying solely on that drive and no mechanical drive!

badgerman2

tempted - but is 64gb big enough to run Win7, Photoshop and Office … tempted - but is 64gb big enough to run Win7, Photoshop and Office comfortably on a desktop?



Windows installs at around 16-20GB.
Office and PS will be around 1.5GB total.

So it is possible to run it all on this drive, but you find free space gets scarce as time goes on.

118luke

Im Waiting for the 512GBs to become reasonably priced. Once that happens … Im Waiting for the 512GBs to become reasonably priced. Once that happens ill be relying solely on that drive and no mechanical drive!



I think I'll be a few years behind you.
It's gonna be a while before SSD's become cheap enough to replace my 12TB worth of HDD's.

badgerman2

tempted - but is 64gb big enough to run Win7, Photoshop and Office … tempted - but is 64gb big enough to run Win7, Photoshop and Office comfortably on a desktop?


I have Win7 Ultimate, plus updates including IE and probably a few utilities etc and have around 30gb free.....
If you can live with 30gb I would guess there would be plenty left.

chromosome17

Can't be long now before we get decent size drives near 1Tb?



1tb SSDs have been around for ages. They cost over a thousand though.

£40.08 on amazon including delivery

Good price to dip your toes in! Heat added!

Better one here for just £5 more if you get free delivery on scan which you can easily get by using google.
scan.co.uk/pro…-80
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