Really good deal for MSI 1050 Ti 4GB OC and *free* Kingston 120GB SSD £159.99 @ Ebuyer
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Really good deal for MSI 1050 Ti 4GB OC and *free* Kingston 120GB SSD £159.99 @ Ebuyer

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Found 8th AugEdited by:"sproutratty"
Looks like a good price for the card, plus they're chucking in a 120GB SSD. Not sure about the read/write speed for the SSD, but if you were looking to overhaul a gaming PC on a budget this looks like too good an opportunity to miss.
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I wouldn't trust that ssd. GFX card is avg price.
Nothing special about this i'm afraid.
floppydesk57 m ago

I wouldn't trust that ssd. GFX card is avg price.


Wouldn't trust it? Why? I always thought Kingston are a reputable make when it comes to memory?
api18239 m ago

Wouldn't trust it? Why? I always thought Kingston are a reputable make …Wouldn't trust it? Why? I always thought Kingston are a reputable make when it comes to memory?


He is confusing the Kingston A400 with an older model. Just internet ignorance
floppydesk2 h, 12 m ago

I wouldn't trust that ssd. GFX card is avg price.


lols u have no idea about the SSD.

They are well good.

Have had 3 for the last 5 years still alive.
xZEDx12 m ago

lols u have no idea about the SSD. They are well good.Have had 3 for the …lols u have no idea about the SSD. They are well good.Have had 3 for the last 5 years still alive.


Once bitten, Twice Shy .. I've been had before on Kingston SSD'S... so I think I'm entitled to my sceptic opinion, Don't u ?
Kingston did a bit of a sneaky one a few years back if I recall. They used slower components with the same model number and didn’t let it be known. However I’ve had a few Kingston SDDs and had no problems. All companies have failures.
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