Samsung 256GB 830 Series SSD - £139.99 (Amazon)
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Samsung 256GB 830 Series SSD - £139.99 (Amazon)

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Found 13th Jun 2012
Back down to £139.99 (matching Novatech). Just ordered one
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Why cold voters? Mega hot price!
Lol 3rd hottest deal of the day is this drive for £3 more and this is being voted cold...
Get a full refund of purchase price for your SSD Intel 520 with SF-2281
Since prices went down you can send this back and buy newer/cheaper/higher capacity or just better SSD.
communities.intel.com/mes…716
Only for purchases before July 1, 2012, you have to contact Intel customer support prior to October 1, 2012
I fitted one of these into my new Dell XPS 15 yesterday. It flies!

Chris
are they still doing v.a.t back deal from samsung ?
rhodyate

are they still doing v.a.t back deal from samsung ?



Nope, looks like that's ended:

samsungvatback.com/uk/…rms
when it reaches £100 im buying
Hot from me.
Ordered and
Thank`s
when it reaches "Get 2 for £3" I'm buying.
Great price, mine just arrived today from the last deal Amazon did.
Whats novatech's return process like if anything goes wrong? there's a bit of cashback at novatech so price would be around £135, but i know that amazon is great for returns!
Cereal boxes, etc.
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I bet Dell are still charging £500+ to have this size SSD as an option on their laptops. I fitted one of these to my XPS and it's as fast as you like - it replaced a 128GB Crucial M4 that I'd fitted before that and the speed is about the same.

Just got to get round to fitting the M4 into my older laptop - software disc searching for the next week...
Great price, and nice to see so much competition, couldnt resist from amazon at this price, will be a nice upgrade to my old Intel. Heat!
DownHill911

Get a full refund of purchase price for your SSD Intel 520 with … Get a full refund of purchase price for your SSD Intel 520 with SF-2281Since prices went down you can send this back and buy newer/cheaper/higher capacity or just better SSD.http://communities.intel.com/message/158716#158716Only for purchases before July 1, 2012, you have to contact Intel customer support prior to October 1, 2012



So.... even if you are fine with the drive and never used any form of encryption you could return it for a refund without any problems?
markeh

So.... even if you are fine with the drive and never used any form of … So.... even if you are fine with the drive and never used any form of encryption you could return it for a refund without any problems?



yes.
Does novatech refund the price difference :(?
jimbb

Does novatech refund the price difference :(?



is it that difficult to phone and ask them?
Edited by: "kunyk" 13th Jun 2012

kunyk

is it that difficult to phone and ask them?



Monday - Saturday, 9am - 5pm

Time my friend
jimbb

Monday - Saturday, 9am - 5pmTime my friend



tomorrow morning will do.
kunyk

tomorrow morning will do.



But I want to know now LOL
jimbb

But I want to know now LOL



if you can't wait, buy from amazon.

Edited by: "kunyk" 13th Jun 2012
I don't know how good these compare to the likes of OCZ, Intel, Crucial and Sandisk but that's a good price for 256GIG of SSD.
ronmanager

I bet Dell are still charging £500+ to have this size SSD as an option on … I bet Dell are still charging £500+ to have this size SSD as an option on their laptops. I fitted one of these to my XPS and it's as fast as you like - it replaced a 128GB Crucial M4 that I'd fitted before that and the speed is about the same.Just got to get round to fitting the M4 into my older laptop - software disc searching for the next week...



I checked yesterday and i think it's a £360 option oO
ragingsilver

I don't know how good these compare to the likes of OCZ, Intel, Crucial … I don't know how good these compare to the likes of OCZ, Intel, Crucial and Sandisk but that's a good price for 256GIG of SSD.



They are supposedly the most reliable apart from Intel and one of the fastest (if not the fastest apart from Intel).
This is insane.

I bought 2 of these a few weeks apart, and the price is down another £80 since then.
Finally gone for this drive and first SSD. Had under £150 in mind, but messed about and missed the offer first time round at £139. Used £20 LoveFilm Voucher which expires on Sunday (another reason to buy now). Getting frustrated with PC for last few months so need a rebuild anyway
kunyk

if you can't wait, buy from amazon.



Already bought from Amazon weeks ago
rsg

This is insane.I bought 2 of these a few weeks apart, and the price is … This is insane.I bought 2 of these a few weeks apart, and the price is down another £80 since then.



haha
Fantastic drive. Superb in reliability and now superb in price!

jimbb

Does novatech refund the price difference :(?



nova won't refund difference, or at least they didn't when I worked for them.

Edited by: "ScoobyZ" 13th Jun 2012
Got one of these from amazon last time. Very, very fast. You can tweak them once you are set up to switch off various HDD operations that are not required for SSDs.

Just one word of advice. If you want to clone your existing HDD onto this use the free version of Macrium Reflect (MR). I tried the windows 7 image restore etc and it was rubbush. MR is so easy and even if your HDD is bigger it resizes the partitions and also copies over any system restore partitions which is a bonus.
ahh i only got an 128gb m4 for like £110 a few months ago, and thought that was a pretty good deal!
Hot, thanks OP!
hi guys, why people complaining about the life of the ssd. And also would that fit asus g73sw?? thanks
Voted hot. Placed an order for 2. Thanks OP.
great price for european customers (God bless the Amazon UK)
DonnieH

Got one of these from amazon last time. Very, very fast. You can tweak … Got one of these from amazon last time. Very, very fast. You can tweak them once you are set up to switch off various HDD operations that are not required for SSDs.Just one word of advice. If you want to clone your existing HDD onto this use the free version of Macrium Reflect (MR). I tried the windows 7 image restore etc and it was rubbush. MR is so easy and even if your HDD is bigger it resizes the partitions and also copies over any system restore partitions which is a bonus.



Once you copy over, what happens to your old HDD OS partition? Do they remain split or do they join together?
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