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RELIABLE, FAST AND PLENTY OF CAPACITY

SanDisk, a pioneer in solid state storage technologies and the brand pros trust, delivers improved speed and performance with the SanDisk SSD Plus. With sequential read speeds of up to 535MB/s**, this solid state drive performs up to 20X faster than a typical hard disk drive1. You'll appreciate faster startups, shutdowns, data transfers, and application response times than with a hard disk drive1. The SanDisk SSD Plus also offers quiet, reliable performance, and dashboard4 status monitoring for your favorite media applications.

EXTEND THE LIFE OF YOUR LAPTOP OR DESKTOP PC

Upgrade your laptop or desktop with a fast, reliable solid-state drive from a globally trusted brand and suddenly, your old computer acts and feels like a new machine with faster boot-ups, shutdowns and app response times1.

FASTER BOOT-UPS, SHUTDOWNS, AND APP RESPONSE

High sequential read speeds of up to 535MB/s and sequential write speeds of up to 450MB/s translate into better performance for everything you do, performing up to 20X faster than a typical hard disk drive1.

DURABLE SOLID-STATE DESIGN

With no moving parts, the SanDisk SSD Plus is engineered to resist shock and vibration, helping to keep your data safe through life’s bumps and bruises3.

IDEAL FOR TYPICAL PC WORKLOADS

The SanDisk SSD PLUS delivers SLC caching which boosts burst write performance, making it the ideal storage solution for typical PC workloads such as web browsing, email, casual gaming, office productivity and audio/video entertainment.

EASY SET-UP


The SanDisk SSD Plus comes with easy, step-by-step instructions and cloning software to help you set up your new drive.

A MORE EFFICIENT DRIVE

SanDisk SSDs are cooler, quieter and more efficient than a hard disk drive2, so your laptop battery lasts a long time on a single charge.
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Sinuous24/09/2019 05:49

Silicon Power SSD 1TB 3D NAND A55 SLC Cache Performance Boost 2.5 inch …Silicon Power SSD 1TB 3D NAND A55 SLC Cache Performance Boost 2.5 inch SATA III 7mm (0.28") Internal Solid State Drive https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07KQZ1Z53/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_P.zIDb2Z3PYFMDecent brand. Good prices.


Silicon Power is not a decent brand. They can’t even build proper functioning USB flash drives.
Spend a little bit extra and go for crucial mx500 with 5 year warranty
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The temptation is real.
About 5 years ago i bought the 500GB model for 200 quid, which i still use to this day in my desktop. Might be time for an upgrade.
Spend a little bit extra and go for crucial mx500 with 5 year warranty
Is this good for xbox one?
Got it anyway
Smfn5323/09/2019 19:55

Is this good for xbox one?


Yes it is, especially for online games,
Hi,if this is classed as a open box?
This is the warranty.
Please note that our open-box (used) stock is sold with 90 calendar days warranty only, and therefore any claims under the warranty after 90 days of receipt will not be accepted.
Edited by: "Rolefitleader" 23rd Sep
I think I would rather have the mx500 with five years warranty for peace of mind.m.cclonline.com/pro…BwE
Edited by: "Rolefitleader" 23rd Sep
Rolefitleader23/09/2019 21:07

Hi,if this is classed as a open box?This is the warranty.Please note that …Hi,if this is classed as a open box?This is the warranty.Please note that our open-box (used) stock is sold with 90 calendar days warranty only, and therefore any claims under the warranty after 90 days of receipt will not be accepted.



"Condition: New: A brand-new, unused, unopened and undamaged item in original retail packaging"
Rolefitleader23/09/2019 21:09

I think I would rather have the mx500 with five years warranty for peace …I think I would rather have the mx500 with five years warranty for peace of mind.https://m.cclonline.com/product/247068/CT1000MX500SSD1/Solid-State-Drives-SSDs-/Crucial-MX500-1TB-Solid-Sate-Drive-SATA-2-5-inch-Internal-/SSD0713/?gclid=CjwKCAjw2qHsBRAGEiwAMbPoDBBDHIPcPBP3jLa5vq-LYHb3-UGJw4fhIw5zMNqSJDrPKZhqimqiMRoCBewQAvD_BwE



Or you could buy it from the Ebuyer Ebay store using the voucher for £96.70.
Does anyone know of instructions on how to get your Windows 10 to recognise this? It doesn't show up on Windows explorer. I'm plugging it in usb as an external drive
dole24/09/2019 01:20

Does anyone know of instructions on how to get your Windows 10 to …Does anyone know of instructions on how to get your Windows 10 to recognise this? It doesn't show up on Windows explorer. I'm plugging it in usb as an external drive

Start > Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Computer Management > Storage > Disk Management ????
Edited by: "johningleson" 24th Sep
VDisillusioned24/09/2019 00:12

Or you could buy it from the Ebuyer Ebay store using the voucher for …Or you could buy it from the Ebuyer Ebay store using the voucher for £96.70.


Hi, very good point, thanks
Silicon Power SSD 1TB 3D NAND A55 SLC Cache Performance Boost 2.5 inch SATA III 7mm (0.28") Internal Solid State Drive amazon.co.uk/dp/…YFM

Decent brand. Good prices.
Think I tried that but it was no where to be found. Will give it another go
johningleson24/09/2019 03:52

Start > Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Computer Management > …Start > Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Computer Management > Storage > Disk Management ????


then initialise and/or format the disk

if it isn't listed, try a different usb port/lead, failing that a different (branded) enclosure should work

win key + r > diskmgmt.msc will also get you there with a little less RSI
dole24/09/2019 08:37

Think I tried that but it was no where to be found. Will give it another go


check if it's coming up in Device Manager
win key + x, m
if it isn't there, the enclosure is probably faulty
Sinuous24/09/2019 05:49

Silicon Power SSD 1TB 3D NAND A55 SLC Cache Performance Boost 2.5 inch …Silicon Power SSD 1TB 3D NAND A55 SLC Cache Performance Boost 2.5 inch SATA III 7mm (0.28") Internal Solid State Drive https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07KQZ1Z53/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_P.zIDb2Z3PYFMDecent brand. Good prices.


Silicon Power is not a decent brand. They can’t even build proper functioning USB flash drives.
plewis0024/09/2019 10:04

Silicon Power is not a decent brand. They can’t even build proper f …Silicon Power is not a decent brand. They can’t even build proper functioning USB flash drives.


So you can't attest to their SSD's then?
Sinuous24/09/2019 10:10

So you can't attest to their SSD's then?


I’ve used the small ones before in cheap builds but why would you risk a 1TB SSD from a non-brand when the Sandisk is the same price? Also I have dealt with their customer service and I say ‘dealt with’ loosely as I couldn’t get a valid response and had to force Amazon into dealing with it. It’s not like their drives are vastly cheaper than the mainstream drives, they’re literally the same price.
Edited by: "plewis00" 24th Sep
dole24/09/2019 01:20

Does anyone know of instructions on how to get your Windows 10 to …Does anyone know of instructions on how to get your Windows 10 to recognise this? It doesn't show up on Windows explorer. I'm plugging it in usb as an external drive


i had same problem 2 years ago, brought from ebuyer and wont show , so i thought it is faulty and returned it, then brought another from amazon and that also wont show, then i plugged it into desktop computer , it showed on PC (with admin login), went back to my laptop and it wont show there, i then opened up the laptop and removed the harddisk and plugged this in, turned the laptop on and it was detected (cant remember how i installed windows, maybe bootable drive!)
Edited by: "HautDealsUK" 24th Sep
plewis0024/09/2019 10:12

I’ve used the small ones before in cheap builds but why would you risk a 1 …I’ve used the small ones before in cheap builds but why would you risk a 1TB SSD from a non-brand when the Sandisk is the same price? Also I have dealt with their customer service and I say ‘dealt with’ loosely as I couldn’t get a valid response and had to force Amazon into dealing with it. It’s not like their drives are vastly cheaper than the mainstream drives, they’re literally the same price.


The reviews are good, price is good, and it's through Amazon so you shouldn't run into any issues. Most of these SSD internals are basically from the same manufacturers I believe so performance shouldn't be an issue, besides I'm looking to get a 500gb nvme and 1tb SATA from them, which comes to around £140. I'll be the judge once it arrives...
plewis0024/09/2019 10:12

I’ve used the small ones before in cheap builds but why would you risk a 1 …I’ve used the small ones before in cheap builds but why would you risk a 1TB SSD from a non-brand when the Sandisk is the same price? Also I have dealt with their customer service and I say ‘dealt with’ loosely as I couldn’t get a valid response and had to force Amazon into dealing with it. It’s not like their drives are vastly cheaper than the mainstream drives, they’re literally the same price.


Also, 85 is their retail price, this SanDisk SSD is only this price because of an eBay coupon... So the silicon power is cheaper essentially.
Sinuous24/09/2019 10:18

The reviews are good, price is good, and it's through Amazon so you …The reviews are good, price is good, and it's through Amazon so you shouldn't run into any issues. Most of these SSD internals are basically from the same manufacturers I believe so performance shouldn't be an issue, besides I'm looking to get a 500gb nvme and 1tb SATA from them, which comes to around £140. I'll be the judge once it arrives...


That’s the point. It’s not cheaper than a mainstream and proper brand so why would you even bother? But it’s your money ultimately. As to the NVMe drive - the Sabrent is better. You shouldn’t have to rely on the retailer to resolve issues and 1TB is a lot to risk - I’d probably chance a 120GB boot disk.

You can’t say ‘the Sandisk is on offer so essentially it’s cheaper’... you can also say the Sandisk costs more so it’s inherently valued better too. It’s meaningless. I wouldn’t buy another one of these drives anyway, yes maybe same controller but there were unverified comments on many forums that these cheap drives from China save money by using graded memory chips and mapping out faulty areas, which the controller can do.
My point about the price is that the offer will run out in a few days and will go back to 100+ whereas the SP will stay at 85, if I had the choice I would take the SanDisk 100% no doubt, but I'm upgrading in the future and will miss out. I'm gonna be using the SSD as a secondary drive, mainly for games and file storage. As for the nvme, I'm gonna take your advice, I didn't realise the sabrent was the same price! thanks for letting me know...
Sinuous24/09/2019 10:46

My point about the price is that the offer will run out in a few days and …My point about the price is that the offer will run out in a few days and will go back to 100+ whereas the SP will stay at 85, if I had the choice I would take the SanDisk 100% no doubt, but I'm upgrading in the future and will miss out. I'm gonna be using the SSD as a secondary drive, mainly for games and file storage. As for the nvme, I'm gonna take your advice, I didn't realise the sabrent was the same price! thanks for letting me know...


That’s ok. It’ll probably be fine but their customer service is balls if you do have an issue. The Sabrent is good in terms of value and performance in its own right. As others have said Crucial MX500 is probably better than all.
Sinuous24/09/2019 05:49

Silicon Power SSD 1TB 3D NAND A55 SLC Cache Performance Boost 2.5 inch …Silicon Power SSD 1TB 3D NAND A55 SLC Cache Performance Boost 2.5 inch SATA III 7mm (0.28") Internal Solid State Drive https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07KQZ1Z53/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_P.zIDb2Z3PYFMDecent brand. Good prices.


Not in my experience.

I had two failed units from Silicone Power, right out of the box.

Bought in separate orders, months apart, thinking that it was just a fluke.

Luckily they were purchased from Amazon and there was little drama for refunds, Silicone Power wanted me to send the item back to Taiwan after first contact.....
I have read that Crucial MX500 heat up quickly
plewis0024/09/2019 10:12

I’ve used the small ones before in cheap builds but why would you risk a 1 …I’ve used the small ones before in cheap builds but why would you risk a 1TB SSD from a non-brand when the Sandisk is the same price? Also I have dealt with their customer service and I say ‘dealt with’ loosely as I couldn’t get a valid response and had to force Amazon into dealing with it. It’s not like their drives are vastly cheaper than the mainstream drives, they’re literally the same price.


My experience as well.

Thanks to Amazon...
gtd6524/09/2019 11:41

Not in my experience.I had two failed units from Silicone Power, right out …Not in my experience.I had two failed units from Silicone Power, right out of the box.Bought in separate orders, months apart, thinking that it was just a fluke.Luckily they were purchased from Amazon and there was little drama for refunds, Silicone Power wanted me to send the item back to Taiwan after first contact.....


He explained why he wanted this drive and that makes sense to me but yes, that's basically what SP did to me - made me send this broken 64GB flash drive back to Taiwan and it would cost more than it was worth plus I had data on it that I couldn't read or remember if I wanted to send it away. I think they knew this and that's why they made it difficult. Instead it went back to Amazon and they got a 1-star review. Maybe the SSDs are better but people focus on the controller, often forgetting that the memory chips may be graded or it may be a rebranded QC failed drive which is another thing I've heard. I'm ok with small drives for resurrecting old but serviceable laptops but big drives and newer machines I'll get the best I can.
plewis0024/09/2019 11:48

He explained why he wanted this drive and that makes sense to me but yes, …He explained why he wanted this drive and that makes sense to me but yes, that's basically what SP did to me - made me send this broken 64GB flash drive back to Taiwan and it would cost more than it was worth plus I had data on it that I couldn't read or remember if I wanted to send it away. I think they knew this and that's why they made it difficult. Instead it went back to Amazon and they got a 1-star review. Maybe the SSDs are better but people focus on the controller, often forgetting that the memory chips may be graded or it may be a rebranded QC failed drive which is another thing I've heard. I'm ok with small drives for resurrecting old but serviceable laptops but big drives and newer machines I'll get the best I can.


I'm all for giving the smaller guys a chance but at times "Chinese" customer service can be an oxymoron.

I'm going through an issue on Aliexpress at the moment where I bought a replacement CMOS board for my CCTV system. The received item is absolute junk and not even the same model. The vendor is telling me that it's an "upgraded" part..

Wants me to send it back to China, at my cost...lol

Sent to Aliexpress under dispute, hopefully they get it sorted out in my favour.
gtd6524/09/2019 11:54

I'm all for giving the smaller guys a chance but at times "Chinese" …I'm all for giving the smaller guys a chance but at times "Chinese" customer service can be an oxymoron. I'm going through an issue on Aliexpress at the moment where I bought a replacement CMOS board for my CCTV system. The received item is absolute junk and not even the same model. The vendor is telling me that it's an "upgraded" part..Wants me to send it back to China, at my cost...lolSent to Aliexpress under dispute, hopefully they get it sorted out in my favour.


That's why I typically use PayPal for this kind of thing but usually the 'send it back' bit is on you and they know that, plus UK post is ridiculously expensive whereas China Post is dirt cheap - I still don't understand how they can deliver items tracked to your door for 99p including post on eBay...

The China guys aren't small - their customer service is useless but that might be a language thing but overall, I think we do well out of it.
Edited by: "plewis00" 24th Sep
plewis0024/09/2019 12:29

That's why I typically use PayPal for this kind of thing but usually the …That's why I typically use PayPal for this kind of thing but usually the 'send it back' bit is on you and they know that, plus UK post is ridiculously expensive whereas China Post is dirt cheap - I still don't understand how they can deliver items tracked to your door for 99p including post on eBay...The China guys aren't small - their customer service is useless but that might be a language thing but overall, I think we do well out of it.


PayPal is excellent for Chinese vendors. I've had a bit of a bad run with recent purchases.

I spent quite a bit of time in Hong Kong, China and Taiwan.

They are just trying it on.

I really cannot understand how certain items can be shipped here for less than the cost of postage.. There must be some sort of advantage that China gets with regards to postage costs.

If a letter is sent locally in the UK with insufficient postage, you'll get a post card telling you to pay up before delivery very quickly.

I suspect it's a very non level playing field.
Edited by: "gtd65" 24th Sep
plewis0024/09/2019 10:04

Silicon Power is not a decent brand. They can’t even build proper f …Silicon Power is not a decent brand. They can’t even build proper functioning USB flash drives.


I beg to differ..

after googling "fastest USB3 drive" way back in 2012 and finding this to be consistently top of benchmarks, I picked one up relatively cheaply

it's been used at least monthly ever since and is still going strong. mainly used for bootable OS installation now

it used to change colour as it heated up but this has since worn off

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torquatus24/09/2019 13:59

I beg to differ..after googling "fastest USB3 drive" way back in 2012 and …I beg to differ..after googling "fastest USB3 drive" way back in 2012 and finding this to be consistently top of benchmarks, I picked one up relatively cheaplyit's been used at least monthly ever since and is still going strong. mainly used for bootable OS installation nowit used to change colour as it heated up but this has since worn off [Image] [Image] [Image]


One USB flash drive that hasn't failed doesn't prove that it's worth buying a Silicon Power drive! I've got Kingstons and Sandisks going back to 2009 that are still running fine. It's not my money anyway. I probably would buy this brand again for low-capacity storage at a good but not for USB drives and not for high-capacity SSDs.
I've had 2 Sandisk microSD go bad on the past but that was some years ago but not a fan. However, this does look like a good deal for 1Tb.
Edited by: "Stormfish" 24th Sep
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Thanks for posting @Frank30uk we have added this to today's Highlights
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Try typing again rather than pasting/ refreshing your browser / clear the cache. might work
Not sure what this is Frank but it’s a cracking price

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