Samsung 970 EVO 500GB M.2-2280 SSD - £163.99 @ CCL
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Samsung 970 EVO 500GB M.2-2280 SSD - £163.99 @ CCL

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Found 12th Jun
The fastest M.2 around! Cheapest I can currently find it inc free delivery in the UK. I know it has been found cheaper in Amazon Germany but they don't have stock till 19/6 and with a 5 yr warranty you want to be able to claim if any problems from the UK!

Add £6.95 for next day DPD!

The Samsung SSD 970 EVO is the 2nd generation of Samsung’s 3bit-MLC NVMe SSDs for client PC. The Samsung 970 EVO is specially designed for tech savvies, gamers and professionals who frequently work on video creation/editing or simulation that requires high workloads. Featuring the latest Samsung 3bit-MLC V-NAND technology and a newly enhanced Phoenix controller, the 970 EVO delivers unrivaled next level performance and exceptional reliability in a small M.2 2280 form factor, offering customers the most advanced Samsung SSD technology currently available for Client PCs.
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Or you can buy from Amazon if you have Prime for £165.53. Stock due on June 18
Rathore8 m ago

Or you can buy from Amazon if you have Prime for £165.53. Stock due on …Or you can buy from Amazon if you have Prime for £165.53. Stock due on June 18


Yes that is correct...but if you buy it for £163.99 today at CCL (free delivery) you will get it before June 18th (if the stock arrives on that day at Amazon!) and it will be cheaper!
What you are forgetting is that at the rate the prices of SSD's are dropping, if you opt for the free delivery here, or wait for Amazon stock, the price will be lower again.

So unless you need one tomorrow, using the £6.95 delivery, you might as well hang on until Amazon have stock and see what the price is then.
£155ish on amazon.de . Why pay more
Uncommon.Sense21 m ago

What you are forgetting is that at the rate the prices of SSD's are …What you are forgetting is that at the rate the prices of SSD's are dropping, if you opt for the free delivery here, or wait for Amazon stock, the price will be lower again. So unless you need one tomorrow, using the £6.95 delivery, you might as well hang on until Amazon have stock and see what the price is then.


Assuming a linear decline to negative infinity?

Everything reaches 0 eventually I suppose... I'm just not willing to wait 100 years until it does
robodan91813 m ago

Assuming a linear decline to negative infinity? Everything reaches 0 …Assuming a linear decline to negative infinity? Everything reaches 0 eventually I suppose... I'm just not willing to wait 100 years until it does


A bit over the top? I assume you were just joking?

However, NAND flash pricing is on the downward trend due to supply not being as limited as it was earlier this year, and last year, volume is returning to the channel and hence the price of the drives containing the NAND flash are now also dropping.

In a 100 years these will likely be antiques, and maybe very few in exsistsnce, so could be owrht more than they are today, invesment opportunity.
Good price heat added.
Uncommon.Sense19 m ago

A bit over the top? I assume you were just joking?However, NAND flash …A bit over the top? I assume you were just joking?However, NAND flash pricing is on the downward trend due to supply not being as limited as it was earlier this year, and last year, volume is returning to the channel and hence the price of the drives containing the NAND flash are now also dropping.In a 100 years these will likely be antiques, and maybe very few in exsistsnce, so could be owrht more than they are today, invesment opportunity.


Some nand is dropping - namely the old 48 layer, but not the new 64 layer as would be found in the 970
robodan9181 h, 10 m ago

£155ish on amazon.de . Why pay more


As outlined in my deal it is not in stock in Germany until 19/6!
Type_R2 h, 12 m ago

Yes that is correct...but if you buy it for £163.99 today at CCL (free …Yes that is correct...but if you buy it for £163.99 today at CCL (free delivery) you will get it before June 18th (if the stock arrives on that day at Amazon!) and it will be cheaper!


CCL will make you pay the delivery if just in case you need to return it, in that regard Amazon is way better(30 day no quibble retyrn) just saying because today had to return EVGA power supply and paid £14 from my pocket.
Type_R52 m ago

As outlined in my deal it is not in stock in Germany until 19/6!


Don't have a cow, man
robodan9181 h, 57 m ago

Some nand is dropping - namely the old 48 layer, but not the new 64 layer …Some nand is dropping - namely the old 48 layer, but not the new 64 layer as would be found in the 970



48 layer nand will probably be completely dropped from production as Sk hynix has 72 layer nand. This is the other reason, samsung no longer has a monopoly on 3d ram, al the other nand foundries have it too. Plus with 64/72 layer nand, you can cram more capacity per die, thus cheaper ssds
robodan9182 h, 11 m ago

Some nand is dropping - namely the old 48 layer, but not the new 64 layer …Some nand is dropping - namely the old 48 layer, but not the new 64 layer as would be found in the 970


That is an interesting take on the current pricing, how do you suppose the newer higher density 512Gbit 64 layer parts that are coming to market currently will effect the pricing then? I wonder why the 64-layer pricing won't drop, even though, Micron, Intel, Toshiba, and Samsung are now in full production and selling lord knows haw many wafers to third party SSD manufacturers, what are you thoughts on this?

Do you think that the forth coming 96 layer technology, which will be coming to full fab production soon will cause a dramatic drop in price, or do you think that it will remain stagnant, and memory makers will just reap higher profits per die? I'd love to read your thoughts on the NAND market, since very few people seem to take an intrest on here.
Uncommon.Sense12th Jun

That is an interesting take on the current pricing, how do you suppose the …That is an interesting take on the current pricing, how do you suppose the newer higher density 512Gbit 64 layer parts that are coming to market currently will effect the pricing then? I wonder why the 64-layer pricing won't drop, even though, Micron, Intel, Toshiba, and Samsung are now in full production and selling lord knows haw many wafers to third party SSD manufacturers, what are you thoughts on this?Do you think that the forth coming 96 layer technology, which will be coming to full fab production soon will cause a dramatic drop in price, or do you think that it will remain stagnant, and memory makers will just reap higher profits per die? I'd love to read your thoughts on the NAND market, since very few people seem to take an intrest on here.


I'm not the guy you quoted but... there's about 4/5/6/7 chinese fabs coming online over the summer (probably more).
A (fairly) good source is wiki:

en.wikipedia.org/wik…nts

The ones in blue are "under construction/repair" (so are "future available") with a rough indication of what they make
More fabs is obviously lower price.

I'll be keeping an eye on fast nvme prices for a few months, try and catch the "pre black-friday price hitch so we can reduce to normal price" crap while it's in my favour.

Price is down at £30 in 6 weeks, not bad:

uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Sam…7SV

I think £120 is my target.
Might just grab a second hand 860/850 nvme and have done with it
Edited by: "mercutio98uk" 15th Jun
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