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PNY CS900 Series 2.5 SATA III 960GB for £67.64 (7p/GB) With Code Delivered @ Ebay/Ebuyer
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PNY CS900 Series 2.5 SATA III 960GB for £67.64 (7p/GB) With Code Delivered @ Ebay/Ebuyer

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Refreshed 4th Dec 2019 (Posted 20th Nov 2019)Edited by:"Brutes"

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Now £67.60 with code
FEATURES
  • Capacity: 960 GB
  • Serial ATA III Interface/6 GBPs
  • Slim format 7 mm
  • Sequential maximum read/write: Up to 550 MB/s / 515 MB/s
  • 3 years warranty by PNY, after sales support located in France

Trusted Performance
Upgrade to a PNY SSD to experience PC performance that's up to 20x faster than a traditional HDD. Featuring no moving parts, PNY SSDs complete random operations rapidly. You PC will feel brand new with faster boot up time, quick application launch, and a better overall computing experience.
Proven Reliability
Our SSDs undergo some of the most rigourous durability and validation testing in the industry, withstanding hundreds of qualification tests and over 10,000 hours of validation testing. Each SSD is assured to meet the requirements of even the most demanding applications.
Quality Assurance
All PNY SSDs undergo extensive component and sub-system testing. We utilise high-quality NAND from the industry’s top vendors to ensure a solid SSD. Our SSDs are validated across applications and environments to ensure they meet the highest quality, reliability, and durability criteria.
Cool and Quiet Operation
Generating less heat than an HDD, PNY SSDs ultimately increase the life of your PC. Our SSDs reduce operating temperature and potential damage from overheating. Additionally, SSDs don’t produce any noise, making your PC significantly quieter.
Built by Experts.
PNY is an SSD solution provider with lifecycle product management to JEDEC standards. Our wide array of options meet Enterprise, Commercial, and Consumer storage needs.
Energy Efficient
PNY SSDs feature low-wattage and function with an advanced lower-power mode. On average, PNY SSDs consume 30% less power than HDDs. If you’re aiming to build a silent, green PC, PNY SSDs are a must have on item your checklist.
Shock Proof
PNY SSDs are up to 30 times more robust than HDDs, making it less likely to fail in extreme environments, including high and low temperatures. The non-volatile NAND in the system enables the SSD to retain its memory if your computer ever falls or is dropped.
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45 Comments
Anybody know if this is a good SSD?
ISHYYC20/11/2019 09:44

Anybody know if this is a good SSD?


Yes, value wise this is the cheapest yet for 960GB and Brand is also a reliable and in my opinion it's good upgrade for a moderate use. However, if you require anything with extra features and faster one there are other avaialble as well but at higher price.
These are DRAM less drives. Will slow down if you batter these with lots of data. However perfectly fine for normal usage.
Great deal for a 1tb ssd.
ISHYYC20/11/2019 09:44

Anybody know if this is a good SSD?


Read and write speeds and a warranty, I dont ask questions,
Good price

PS. 3 year warranty
Edited by: "PaulsGamingLive" 20th Nov 2019
hot - cheapest 1TB drive ever? (ok it's not quite 1TB)
Would this be any good for PS4 ?
Edited by: "snatch_master" 20th Nov 2019
Can I use this on an Android phone? I've got an enclosure already have the phone on a stand connect this up and have a very handy emulation drive for journeys. I was thinking of buying a 512GB micro sd to plug into a card reader but that was £57 for £10 more I'd have double the storage and much faster USB C speeds than a Micro SD card can ever deliver.
whats the cheapest drive 500gb+ to get that had dram cache?
thanks that adata seems decent. although having 960gb for not a lot more does seem tempting. i want to run multiple vm's from the drive so wondering if the dram would be more beneficial or the larger capacitys overall speed? only need 250gb of space for the vm's
Bigspin20/11/2019 10:03

These are DRAM less drives. Will slow down if you batter these with lots …These are DRAM less drives. Will slow down if you batter these with lots of data. However perfectly fine for normal usage.


So as a game drive where you typically would not be battering it as will only be writing to it as fast as your internet downloads a game, dram less drives are all good?
nellybauer20/11/2019 19:50

So as a game drive where you typically would not be battering it as will …So as a game drive where you typically would not be battering it as will only be writing to it as fast as your internet downloads a game, dram less drives are all good?


Absolutely fine.
Excellent deal @Brutes
Frank30uk20/11/2019 20:09

Excellent deal @Brutes


Yeah, Look how these are getting before BF ..Cheerzz mate
Brutes20/11/2019 20:10

Yeah, Look how these are getting before BF ..Cheerzz mate


It`s madness
Hi can I play high spec games on this drive ?
Should i get this or a adata sx8200 Pro 500gb for a htpc?
muhammad_suleman21/11/2019 09:13

Hi can I play high spec games on this drive ?


You can play high spec games on a traditional HDD. It'll just load quicker on this cause it can read the game files faster. The in-game performance itself won't notice an improvement.
snatch_master20/11/2019 12:24

Would this be any good for PS4 ?


Should be fine seen someone on youtube use it
This any good in a PS4 ?
Godammitt, didn't need it but bought it before common sense could kick in.

My bad
Waterboy853521/11/2019 20:00

Godammitt, didn't need it but bought it before common sense could kick …Godammitt, didn't need it but bought it before common sense could kick in.My bad


Did the same yesterday, sent them cancel request and got the money back hehe
I know this drive does not have VRAM, would it be any good as a drive my video capture card can record too.
And don't forget Quidco for that extra 2% back (maybe... if it tracks a full week later!)
Damnit. Tempted to return the 240gb Integral I bought via here last week and get this instead. I really need to stop buying small cheap SSDs. Think I may have an addiction. . . . .
yaboy21/11/2019 19:46

Should be fine seen someone on youtube use it


Doesn't matter anyway as I didn't realise when the code expired hey ho roll on Black Friday
Edited by: "snatch_master" 22nd Nov 2019
Can't believe I ordered that at nearly 9pm and it was on my doorstep by 10am
snatch_master22/11/2019 15:01

Doesn't matter anyway as I didn't realise when the code expired hey ho …Doesn't matter anyway as I didn't realise when the code expired hey ho roll on Black Friday


Will SSD's be getting even cheaper over the next week? I mean, most black friday sales have already started. Looking for a 1tb for an xbox one.
Joel_Hurley23/11/2019 21:55

Will SSD's be getting even cheaper over the next week? I mean, most black …Will SSD's be getting even cheaper over the next week? I mean, most black friday sales have already started. Looking for a 1tb for an xbox one.


Beats me, i'd ideally like a 1tb wd or crucial for sub £80
snatch_master23/11/2019 21:57

Beats me, i'd ideally like a 1tb wd or crucial for sub £80


I'm looking for 1tb for ideally less than £75. Not too bothered about brand, as long as it isn't a really obscure brand. They're all about the same anyway. But hoping for one less than £75. Got my eyes set on a SanDisk but a bit too much right now.
Joel_Hurley24/11/2019 18:15

I'm looking for 1tb for ideally less than £75. Not too bothered about …I'm looking for 1tb for ideally less than £75. Not too bothered about brand, as long as it isn't a really obscure brand. They're all about the same anyway. But hoping for one less than £75. Got my eyes set on a SanDisk but a bit too much right now.


You mean, you need it right now,? Thos can be had for £74.98 from Ebuyer main website.
Edited by: "Brutes" 24th Nov 2019
Brutes24/11/2019 18:28

You mean, you need it right now,? Thos can be had for £74.98 from Ebuyer …You mean, you need it right now,? Thos can be had for £74.98 from Ebuyer main website.


Not that desperate, but I'm hoping I can get a bit of a discount. Just a case of looking around.
I literally just out this in my PS4 and seems to work absolutely fine
potatojr04/12/2019 15:39

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/kingston-a400-960gb-ssd-6679-at-ebuyer-ebay-with-code-3355460cheaper? better?


Nope in my experience but brand itself is well preferred.
Edited by: "Brutes" 4th Dec 2019
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