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Patriot Burst 2.5" 960GB SATA III 6Gb/s Solid State Drive Up to 560MB/s Read, 540MB/s Write for £79.52 Delivered With Code @ Cclonline /Ebay
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Patriot Burst 2.5" 960GB SATA III 6Gb/s Solid State Drive Up to 560MB/s Read, 540MB/s Write for £79.52 Delivered With Code @ Cclonline /Ebay

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Posted 5th NovEdited by:"Brutes"

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DESCRIPTION
The Patriot Burst Solid-State Drive (SSD) is the perfect way to enhance computer performance. Burst offers transfer speeds at up to 560 MB/s read and 540 MB/s write speeds to eliminate bottlenecks. A SATA III 6Gb/s Interface that is backwards compatible with SATA II 3GB/s, this SSD provides greater performance over traditional HDDs.
At only 7mm high in a 2.5” form factor, the Burst is perfect for any ultrabook or laptop upgrade. Patriot’s Burst SSD comes in three sizes for every user, at 120GB, 240GB, 480GB, and 960GB.
With the Burst, Patriot has continued pricing very aggressively to offer one of the best price-per-performance ratios on the market.Backed by Patriot’s award winning build quality and 3-year warranty;
the Patriot Burst will deliver as one of the most reliable choices in SSDs in the market.

FEATURES:
  • Phison S11 Series Controller
  • DRAM Cache: 32MB SDR
  • Static and Dynamic Wear Leveling
  • Bad Block Management
  • Low Power Management
  • Trim Support
  • Smart Zip
  • MTBF: >2,000,000 hours

SPECIFICATIONS:
  • 4K Aligned Random Read: up to 80K IOPs
  • 4K Aligned Random Write: up to 60K IOPs
  • Sequential Read (ATTO): up to 560MB/s
  • Sequential Write (ATTO): up to 540MB/S
  • Terrabytes Written (TBW): 835TB
  • Interface: SATA III 6Gb/s
  • Form Factor: 2.5"
  • Operating Voltage: 5v
  • Operating Temperature: 0 ~ 70°C
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When I see Ebay, my heart beats. I won’t trust Ebay for something like this.
itemi7505/11/2019 10:35

When I see Ebay, my heart beats. I won’t trust Ebay for something like t …When I see Ebay, my heart beats. I won’t trust Ebay for something like this.


It's CCLONLINE, keep your heart calm.
Edited by: "Brutes" 5th Nov
960GB with DRAM Cache at sub £80. This is a good time for PC building.
Great price, though the premium for NVMe is now so small (~+25%) that SATA is becoming a tough sell.

Still a good choice for those without NVMe support, or looking to replace archival HDDs.
Would this work in a ps4 Pro?
Are these worthwhile for PS4 upgrades?
Brutes05/11/2019 10:39

It's CCLONLINE, keep your heart calm.


Yes... ccl been around a long time
idix05/11/2019 11:11

Are these worthwhile for PS4 upgrades?


If you're upgrading from a standard HDD then yes, if you already have an SSD then not really unless you need more space.
It will outperform any HDD in your PC, but it is quite a bit slower than many sub £100 SSD. If you can afford that bit extra then buy a better one. If you can't this is still a worthwhile upgrade and good for the budget.
jdbigguy05/11/2019 14:01

It will outperform any HDD in your PC, but it is quite a bit slower than …It will outperform any HDD in your PC, but it is quite a bit slower than many sub £100 SSD. If you can afford that bit extra then buy a better one. If you can't this is still a worthwhile upgrade and good for the budget.


Slower in what way?
Could 1Tb SSD's be cheaper on Black Friday?
jdbigguy05/11/2019 14:01

It will outperform any HDD in your PC, but it is quite a bit slower than …It will outperform any HDD in your PC, but it is quite a bit slower than many sub £100 SSD. If you can afford that bit extra then buy a better one. If you can't this is still a worthwhile upgrade and good for the budget.


Ah yes, spend a bit more to get something a bit better, the most common comment on this website.
RedXI05/11/2019 16:34

Could 1Tb SSD's be cheaper on Black Friday?


I reckon they will be, but only by a quid or two. I'm also hoping for some deals on 2TB SSDs. Fingers crossed!
RedXI05/11/2019 16:34

Could 1Tb SSD's be cheaper on Black Friday?


Wondering the same, maybe might get this around £75 if lucky, but can't image the seller makes much to any margin at this price already
RedXI05/11/2019 16:34

Could 1Tb SSD's be cheaper on Black Friday?



Ah yes, it might be cheaper on black friday, the other most common comment on this site.
rev605/11/2019 14:24

Slower in what way?



Despite the makers claims, read and write speeds are slow with this SSD in comparison to others.
Compare the results of the P.Burst with for instance the Crucial MX500 CT1000MX500SSD1 on userbenchmark.com and passmarks harddrivebenchmark.net site, both show the Crucial (currently £101.60 on Amazon) as much faster with userbenchmark showing the Crucial to be at least 50% faster.
As I said though if you can't afford the extra cash you will still find the Patriot a lot faster than your old hard drive.
RedXI05/11/2019 16:35

Ah yes, spend a bit more to get something a bit better, the most common …Ah yes, spend a bit more to get something a bit better, the most common comment on this website.


its true though. gotta find the balance between low and high end or you'll do yourself over
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