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Palit 120gb SSD £18.99 7 day shop

£18.99£38.9951%7dayShop Deals
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Posted 25th Oct 2018
AMAZING ONE TIME ONLY OFFER! Solid state drives provide fast read speeds that can effectively shorten boot time and boost application launch speed, giving it an enormous advantage over traditional HDD
Low power consumption with power saving implemented, LDPC ECC correction, Program upgradable
Static and dynamic wear-leveling, TRIM support, Low noise operation, 2.5", 7mm
SATA 6Gb/s (compatible with SATA 3Gb/s and SATA 1.5Gb/s), Max Sequential Read 560 MB/s, Max Sequential Write 375 MB/s
3 YEAR WARRANTY INCLUDED
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Not familiar with Palit, but the Integral 120gb SSD from MyMemory for £19.79 posted by @Meekin84 earlier today sounds like a more reliable option for 80p more, to me? Any idea how they compare?
Edited by: "Bestbitter" 25th Oct 2018
Gets 4.9 out of 5 stars on 7 day shop... But that obviously isn't comparative
Bestbitter44 m ago

Not familiar with Palit, but the Integral 120gb SSD from MyMemory for …Not familiar with Palit, but the Integral 120gb SSD from MyMemory for £19.79 posted by @Meekin84 earlier today sounds like a more reliable option for 80p more, to me? Any idea how they compare?


not used their drives but there GPU's have been solid for me over the years
I purchased a Palit SSD around 5 months ago and have had no problems with it. There is very little difference with any of these cheap SSDs. I have at least 5 different makes and only the Crucial ones stand out.

The Palit uses Micron flash memory. Micron are the owners of Crucial.
Edited by: "fiqqer" 25th Oct 2018
HOT for the price and the brand.
Bestbitter21 h, 4 m ago

Not familiar with Palit, but the Integral 120gb SSD from MyMemory for …Not familiar with Palit, but the Integral 120gb SSD from MyMemory for £19.79 posted by @Meekin84 earlier today sounds like a more reliable option for 80p more, to me? Any idea how they compare?


The Integral one is a much better deal, it uses 3D TLC like the bigger sizes in the Palit.
fiqqer25th Oct

I purchased a Palit SSD around 5 months ago and have had no problems with …I purchased a Palit SSD around 5 months ago and have had no problems with it. There is very little difference with any of these cheap SSDs. I have at least 5 different makes and only the Crucial ones stand out.The Palit uses Micron flash memory. Micron are the owners of Crucial.


The main difference between all SSD options is not the memory chips themselves (which are sold on the open market as a commodity), the differentiating factor is the controller chip. The controller chip can offer some clever features that make a drive stand out over the competition, either in sheer performance or longevity by wear leveling, but that is where the difference is and is why the OCz brand had a bad name because certain controller chips known by the name "sandforce" were liable to fail.
Edited by: "Lexeus" 29th Oct 2018
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