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Samsung evo ssd 1TB lowest ever price on Amazon £322.99
Samsung evo ssd 1TB lowest ever price on Amazon £322.99

Samsung evo ssd 1TB lowest ever price on Amazon £322.99

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Cheapest ever on amazon uk, may still be cheaper on amazon.de but if you would rather order from the uk this may be a deal for you

Cheapest i could find with a quick check let me know if its cheaper.

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I have the 128MB version of this and I LOVE it. Only had it 6 months so can't provide a thorough report on reliability but it's my only drive on the laptop I use for my sole computing and it handles everything I throw at it in a very competent way. At the time of purchase it was c15% more costly than the competition and IMHO well worth it. No complaints at all and would thoroughly recommend.

I bought a 500gb version for my old mac and i agree they are amazing drives so fast and capable, pity it wont fit my new retina mac or this would defo be winging its way in.

stevelo1973

I bought a 500gb version for my old mac and i agree they are amazing … I bought a 500gb version for my old mac and i agree they are amazing drives so fast and capable, pity it wont fit my new retina mac or this would defo be winging its way in.



The SSD in your retina Mac is WAY faster than a SATA one anyway.

theonlyronster

The SSD in your retina Mac is WAY faster than a SATA one anyway.



BS

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theonlyronster

The SSD in your retina Mac is WAY faster than a SATA one anyway.



lawl.

robo989

BS



True. Macs are using PCIe SSDs in their latest notebooks, which have tested faster than the 600MB/s SATAIII limit.

9to5mac.com/201…ie/

robo989

BS


douglas13

lawl.



Not looking so smart now are you dudes

fishmaster

Not looking so smart now are you dudes



Just wait on those MSata cards Voom!

fishmaster

Not looking so smart now are you dudes



lawl

it is hot price but i would not pay that much money for it and wont buy samsung again,i have samsung 840 pro 256 gb, something must be wrong this model, already i got 2 replacement in 8 months,if it is happens again i will ask refund and get Toshiba SSD Q Series.

dheydl

True. Macs are using PCIe SSDs in their latest notebooks, which have … True. Macs are using PCIe SSDs in their latest notebooks, which have tested faster than the 600MB/s SATAIII limit. http://9to5mac.com/2013/11/04/latest-macbook-pro-15-gets-blazing-ssd-performance-thanks-to-4-channel-pcie/



That's fine if you are running a single GPU setup, but if you are using SLI or Crossfire(x) then you are reducing the available bandwidth available to the GPU's via their own PCIe slots.

At the end of the day, it's a trade off...what might be good for one may not be perfect for others.

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Ignorant Pom

lawl



Lawless.

Sandman66

That's fine if you are running a single GPU setup, but if you are using … That's fine if you are running a single GPU setup, but if you are using SLI or Crossfire(x) then you are reducing the available bandwidth available to the GPU's via their own PCIe slots.At the end of the day, it's a trade off...what might be good for one may not be perfect for others.



You won't be on a Macbook though, so moot point.

The discussion is about the merits of PCIe v SATA, so it's therefore relevant to multiple OS's and their respective architecture, not unique to one subset...so therefore not really a moot point.

oh god i still hate ssd prices, hell this should be a third the price by now.

that said, i just had my first (intel) ssd fail on me after 6 years mostly 24/7 use, which makes it at least 6x more reliable than the hdd's i've gone through in that time. replaced it with a 120gb evo, seems fine. i've also got a couple of kingstons and a crucial m4 that have been going fine for over a year now.

wot a rip off for a storage on average consumer PCs. better options are get 128 gb ssd for OS and shove data on one of the 4tb hybrids or mechanical ones and use it for day to day. this setup will cost u less than half of this drive overall.

for laptops take out the dvd tray and replace with 2tb hdd for data and 128gb ssd for os in normal slot.

ukripper

wot a rip off for a storage on average consumer PCs. better options are … wot a rip off for a storage on average consumer PCs. better options are get 128 gb ssd for OS and shove data on one of the 4tb hybrids or mechanical ones and use it for day to day. this setup will cost u less than half of this drive overall.for laptops take out the dvd tray and replace with 2tb hdd for data and 128gb ssd for os in normal slot.



That's the only helpful comment so far. We're not all running state of the art architecture for personal use. Nice one mate

fishmaster

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SATA_Express



What were you trying to point out from that link lol?

ukripper

wot a rip off for a storage on average consumer PCs. better options are … wot a rip off for a storage on average consumer PCs. better options are get 128 gb ssd for OS and shove data on one of the 4tb hybrids or mechanical ones and use it for day to day. this setup will cost u less than half of this drive overall.for laptops take out the dvd tray and replace with 2tb hdd for data and 128gb ssd for os in normal slot.



Smashed it mate, legend.
Well said!!!

Banned

I wonder what the collective term is for virgins.

RossCock

I wonder what the collective term is for virgins.



Jedward

theonlyronster

The SSD in your retina Mac is WAY faster than a SATA one anyway.


fishmaster

Not looking so smart now are you dudes





He did say "WAY" faster.
It's not way faster, for small files it's limited by the SSD iops itself and slower, for large files it's slightly faster but let's be honest 500mb/s vs 600mb/s isn't really the deciding factor on an SSD.

mission701

I have the 128MB version of this and I LOVE it.


I assume you are using MS-DOS or Windows 3.11 on your SSD since you won't have enough disk space for newer operating systems.

aceuk

I assume you are using MS-DOS or Windows 3.11 on your SSD since you won't … I assume you are using MS-DOS or Windows 3.11 on your SSD since you won't have enough disk space for newer operating systems.



my operating system is brand new (debian linux 7.5) and i rarely use more than 20gb for my os and all apps, my ssd's are currently 64gb-128gb; i'd only need 1tb for vm's, video etc.

on my desktops i use a mechanical drive for big data, but on the laptops i need one drive for everything so a 1tb ssd would be a great replacement for my slow 5400rpm 500gb hdd, a point some people above don't seem to understand (and no i don't want to hang external usb hdd's off my laptop).
Edited by: "sej7278" 25th Jun 2014

sej7278

my operating system is brand new (debian linux 7.5) and I rarely use more … my operating system is brand new (debian linux 7.5) and I rarely use more than 20GB for my os and all apps


Mission701 has a 128 megabyte SSD though. oO

£319.99

Down to £307.38 now

Now down to €299

Fcuk me!!! I only said it was a great ssd and i would get one if my mac was upgradeable and looked like it started a right load of argy bargy lol!!
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