Samsung 970 EVO 1 TB V-NAND M.2 NVMe PCI Express Solid State Drive £289.99 Amazon
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Samsung 970 EVO 1 TB V-NAND M.2 NVMe PCI Express Solid State Drive £289.99 Amazon

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Found 26th Jul
Samsung 970 EVO 1 TB V-NAND M.2 NVMe PCI Express Solid State Drive

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Cheapest price I've seen for this ssd from reputable seller with full warranty.
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Wow, nice price for this, great performance ssd.
Had my eye on the 500GB version since it was released in April at close to £200. I ordered it on Monday at £150 and today it's £147. I think the price will keep dropping and it will probably be under £100 by the end of the year.
Sparco4 m ago

Had my eye on the 500GB version since it was released in April at close to …Had my eye on the 500GB version since it was released in April at close to £200. I ordered it on Monday at £150 and today it's £147. I think the price will keep dropping and it will probably be under £100 by the end of the year.


Not going to happen. 500GB most likely settle down for £125-£130. 1TB will settle for around £260. Samsung will release new version with slight speed bump or endurance to maintain the price.
Bigspin1 h, 25 m ago

Not going to happen. 500GB most likely settle down for £125-£130. 1TB will …Not going to happen. 500GB most likely settle down for £125-£130. 1TB will settle for around £260. Samsung will release new version with slight speed bump or endurance to maintain the price.



the 970 is based on 64 layer v nand. With the competition now having 96 layer nand, (samsung has too but not under the v-nand brand). We will see further price drops. Question is how will Sammy respond
It will keep going down in price, and the blasted HDD sector will finally die, even WD are pulling out of that market. The SSD utopia is near.....! 😁 🔥
Vey tempting, cheers
Sparco3 h, 51 m ago

Had my eye on the 500GB version since it was released in April at close to …Had my eye on the 500GB version since it was released in April at close to £200. I ordered it on Monday at £150 and today it's £147. I think the price will keep dropping and it will probably be under £100 by the end of the year.


It was about £139 on prime day.

Won't go under £100 by the end of the year though as that wouldn't give the SATA drives anywhere to go.
If I have access to my current PCIe SSD in my laptop, can I easily swap this one in?
Edited by: "speedster91" 26th Jul
speedster913 h, 9 m ago

If I have access to my current PCIe SSD in my laptop, can I easily swap …If I have access to my current PCIe SSD in my laptop, can I easily swap this one in?


Yes.
Hmm...seems SSDs price are coming down gradually. I will wait for another year to get it cheaper.
Same price elsewhere (OcUK, etc). Not voted. Nice drive. Can anyone tell which CPU's are DMI limited to 3,400MB/s bandwidth so if anyone releases a faster drive it would be worth purchasing?
dealbuyer7 h, 10 m ago

will it work work on here at fast speeds non …will it work work on here at fast speeds non bootinghttps://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/refurbished-dell-computer-9020-sff-i7-4770-340ghz-16gb-29999-extra-10-discount-off-the-listed-price-with-the-newsletter-sign-up-discount-code-itzoo-or-dell-9020-i7-4790-credit-to-cal23-for-spotting-it-with-r7-250gb-2gb-31999-2995805


Not sure really. You need motherboard with M.2 PCI express port and bios support for NVMe standard.
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