Samsung 960 EVO 250GB PCI Express 3.0 x4 NVMe Solid State Drive £105.38 @ Choice Stationery on Amazon
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Samsung 960 EVO 250GB PCI Express 3.0 x4 NVMe Solid State Drive £105.38 @ Choice Stationery on Amazon

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£97.97 is the lowest it's been at Amazon as far as I remember. They had an offer with a £5.00 discount to get it to that supplied direct from Amazon. that was on the 25 January 2018
SixtyFive21 m ago

£97.97 is the lowest it's been at Amazon as far as I remember. They had an …£97.97 is the lowest it's been at Amazon as far as I remember. They had an offer with a £5.00 discount to get it to that supplied direct from Amazon. that was on the 25 January 2018


What was the weather like that day?
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seems to be widely available for a couple of pounds more amazon.co.uk/gp/…new
The only thing of any significance here is the OP's spelling. This is clear evidence of how desperately we need the higher skills that foreign workers bring to Britain.
ITMA7 h, 28 m ago

The only thing of any significance here is the OP's spelling. This is …The only thing of any significance here is the OP's spelling. This is clear evidence of how desperately we need the higher skills that foreign workers bring to Britain.


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I don't get these how popular these NVMe SSDs are becoming. £105 for 250GB NVMe or £120 for 500GB SATA SSD (the same sort of performance as NVMe for most applications). Unless you are transferring huge files regularly (which you wouldn't be on a drive this small) wouldn't you be better off with more storage/the same storage at a lower price?

EDIT: clarity
Edited by: "sofaclass" 25th Feb
sofaclass5 h, 15 m ago

I don't get these how popular these NVMe SSDs are becoming. £105 for 250GB …I don't get these how popular these NVMe SSDs are becoming. £105 for 250GB NVMe or £120 for 500GB SATA (the same sort of performance as NVMe for most applications). Unless you are transferring huge files regularly (which you wouldn't be on a drive this small) wouldn't you be better off with more storage/the same storage at a lower price?


Who doesn't like a nice speedy start up? No moving parts means I trust one of these with important files more than a spinning platter HD.
worthinger1 h, 2 m ago

Who doesn't like a nice speedy start up? No moving parts means I trust …Who doesn't like a nice speedy start up? No moving parts means I trust one of these with important files more than a spinning platter HD.


I'm on about comparing this NVMe SSD with a SATA ones which are almost half the price. Both are much better than a HDD, yes.

EDIT: sorry yeah my first post wasn't very clear
Edited by: "sofaclass" 25th Feb
sofaclass5 m ago

I'm on about comparing this NVMe SSD with a SATA ones which are almost …I'm on about comparing this NVMe SSD with a SATA ones which are almost half the price. Both are much better than a HDD, yes.


Ah, I see. Start up speed is faster - if you want to save 5 or 10 seconds a day! - and I think it's quite a bit faster loading games. I have both in my PC.

I guess it's a similar argument to why buy a Ferrari when the speed limit is 70mph. If I had the capacity I'd happily install another one but I can't so I'll just wait for the 500gb+ ones to hit this price.
Edited by: "worthinger" 25th Feb
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