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Patriot P200 SSD 1TB SATA III Internal Solid State Drive 2.5 @ Ebuyer/Ebay £71.92
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Patriot P200 SSD 1TB SATA III Internal Solid State Drive 2.5 @ Ebuyer/Ebay £71.92

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Patriot P200 SSD 1TB SATA III Internal Solid State Drive 2.5 Ebuyer/Ebay

The SSDs have been fitted with TLC NAND (64-layer) and an SMI 2258XT . Patriot offers a decent 3-year warranty on this product.
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Patriot’s P200 series is built as a high-performance SATA III controller, a great solution for cost-eective and low power PC’s and notebooks. With transfer speeds of up to 530MB/s Read and 460 MB/s Write, the P200 SSD improves start-up, loading, and transfer times. The 7mm high 2.5” form factor SSD is perfect for easy and fast upgrades to your overall system. With more storage than ever, the P200 series comes with capacities up to 2TB. Enough to securely store large les and provide eciency towards daily tasks. Enhance your computer’s performance and speed up application loading to provide for a better gaming experience and productivity. Backed by limited warranty, Patriot’s P200 series delivers one of the most reliable and price-to-performance SSD’s on the market.

FEATURES
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  • SMI 2258XT Series Controller
  • Global wear leveling algorithm, maximizes SSD lifespan
  • Automatic sleep and wake-up mechanism power saving
  • Built-in power-on reset and voltage regulators.
  • Built-in temperature sensor.
  • Trim Support
  • Longer life time cycle (TBW)
  • MTBF: >2,000,000 hours
  • O/S Support Vista/WIN 7/8/10/Mac OS/Linux
  • 3 Year Warranty

SPECIFICATIONS:
  • 4K Aligned Random Read: up to 90K IOPs
  • 4K Aligned Random Write: up to 80K IOPs
  • Sequential Read (ATTO): up to 530MB/s
  • Sequential Write (ATTO): up to 460MB/S
  • Terrabytes Written (TBW): 640TB
  • Interface: SATA III 6Gb/s
  • Form Factor: 2.5"
  • Operating Voltage: 5v
  • Operating Temperature: 0 ~ 70°C

Nice spot : Heat added sarden84, thought these details would be handy.

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This looks like an excellent deal for the price,
it uses a Silicon Motion SMI 2258XT controller and Intel TLC NAND (64-layer) chips rather than the cheaper QLC type
You can read a very comprehensive review of it > techpowerup.com/rev…sd/

Remember to activate the 3x bonus Nectar points on Ebay to Collect 267 Nectar points including the 178 bonus points
which would equate to a cash value of £1.33
and to click through to Ebay via Topcashback to get another £1 or so in cashback
Which will take total cost down to under £70 for what appears to be a pretty decent 1TB SSD
Edited by: "carlosverge" 9th Jan
matthat09/01/2020 09:58

"This is clearly a value product" - just a snippet from a review , …"This is clearly a value product" - just a snippet from a review , probably best as a second drive


If you're really pursuing performance in an SSD then you'd go for NVMe, anyone looking at SATA (especially as an upgrade from a hard disk) probably isn't that bothered as they're pretty close to each other. £71 for a well-branded 1TB SSD seems like a bargain all around.
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thanks @Brutes very handy
This looks like an excellent deal for the price,
it uses a Silicon Motion SMI 2258XT controller and Intel TLC NAND (64-layer) chips rather than the cheaper QLC type
You can read a very comprehensive review of it > techpowerup.com/rev…sd/

Remember to activate the 3x bonus Nectar points on Ebay to Collect 267 Nectar points including the 178 bonus points
which would equate to a cash value of £1.33
and to click through to Ebay via Topcashback to get another £1 or so in cashback
Which will take total cost down to under £70 for what appears to be a pretty decent 1TB SSD
Edited by: "carlosverge" 9th Jan
carlosverge09/01/2020 04:08

This looks like an excellent deal for the price, it uses a Silicon Motion …This looks like an excellent deal for the price, it uses a Silicon Motion SMI 2258XT controller and Intel TLC NAND (64-layer) chips rather than the cheaper QLC typeYou can read a very comprehensive review of it > https://www.techpowerup.com/review/patriot-p200-1-tb-ssd/Remember to activate the 3x bonus Nectar points on Ebay to Collect 267 Nectar points including the 178 bonus pointswhich would equate to a cash value of £1.33 and to click through to Ebay via Topcashback to get another £1 or so in cashback Which will take total cost down to under £70 for what appears to be a pretty decent 1TB SSD


In that review they put “DRAM-less design reduces cost” as a plus point lol I don’t know that site but it almost sounds like a paid for advertisement
"This is clearly a value product" - just a snippet from a review , probably best as a second drive

Edited by: "matthat" 9th Jan
matthat09/01/2020 09:58

"This is clearly a value product" - just a snippet from a review , …"This is clearly a value product" - just a snippet from a review , probably best as a second drive


If you're really pursuing performance in an SSD then you'd go for NVMe, anyone looking at SATA (especially as an upgrade from a hard disk) probably isn't that bothered as they're pretty close to each other. £71 for a well-branded 1TB SSD seems like a bargain all around.
Brutes09/01/2020 15:51

I think Burst model from your previous deal which is for the same price : …I think Burst model from your previous deal which is for the same price : (Deal Link)Of course has less capacity of 960GBBut Has 32MB SDRBoth R/W speed are better.I would go for that.


Agree #choices ;-)
Gotta be worth a punt for running some VMs on
Voted hot. Great price. Cheers op
dont forget to check the other one as @Brutes mentioned above.
Thank you for posting; we have added this to the Highlights pages
Would this be ok as a boot drive?
shadow_marshal9909/01/2020 21:48

Would this be ok as a boot drive?


Yes. It'll be a great boot drive, especially if coming from a hard disk or older/smaller SSD.
This is weird. From I read the phison S11 is a dram-less controller. But clearly the burst drive has dram for the controller. That poison control should operate at fairly fast speed. I bought the P200 myself. Tested it with disk mark. Seems fast enough. Using it as my second drive for storage.
RickyWong09/01/2020 22:58

This is weird. From I read the phison S11 is a dram-less controller. But …This is weird. From I read the phison S11 is a dram-less controller. But clearly the burst drive has dram for the controller. That poison control should operate at fairly fast speed. I bought the P200 myself. Tested it with disk mark. Seems fast enough. Using it as my second drive for storage.



The phisonS11 is Dram-less for sure, however, the controller has an integrated SRAM block, sizes in 32MB used as a high speed cache. I think when we say DRAMed SSD, those SSDs come with a 512MB or 1GB DRAM as a cache. SRAM is quicker, but it does mean the SSD using small SRAM is quicker : )

This would be good as a storage drive, MX500 would be faster than this - a bit faster - half second difference in booting OS, maybe
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