SanDisk SSD PLUS 480 GB Sata III 2.5" SSD £129.98 @ Amazon
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SanDisk SSD PLUS 480 GB Sata III 2.5" SSD £129.98 @ Amazon

£129.98Amazon Deals
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Found 7th Nov
480GB capacity. Read/write speeds of up to 530 MB/s/430 MBs. A decent price considering how much SSDs have gone up in the last few months.

(eBuyer have it 3p cheaper if you want to save that little teeny tiny bit more)

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Dombot232217 m ago

Getting too close to Black Friday.....



HOLD!

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Getting too close to Black Friday.....
Edited by: "Dombot2322" 7th Nov
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Getting too close to Black Friday.....
Edited by: "Dombot2322" 7th Nov

Dombot232217 m ago

Getting too close to Black Friday.....



HOLD!

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Dombot232217 m ago

Getting too close to Black Friday.....

A decent price, but I agree with this.

In the past (no time machine chat, please!) I have picked up a 480GB SSD for £86 ish over Black Friday week on Amazon, I'd be surprised if said capacity isn't available under £100 again even in these weak pound times.

Heat added all the same, if you need one right now it's still a decent price

Some capacities of the 850 evo/pro are end of lining this year so its worth keeping an eye on things

lets hope 2018 is back to the year of £25 per 8gb ddr and lower prices for ssds ..

FAB GET YOUR CAPACITY BACK ONLINE PLEASE

Bespoke question, but does anybody know if this will fit inside the Revo One RL85 mini PC?

id rather get a Samsung evo 500gb for £152 (-£2.25 TCB) and sell the free Assassins Creed game for ~£25-£30

ebuyer.com/695…0bw

so it'd end up costing around £120

Dombot23222 h, 42 m ago

Getting too close to Black Friday.....


Not with Amazon's 30 day return policy it isn't.

cainer14 h, 10 m ago

id rather get a Samsung evo 500gb for £152 (-£2.25 TCB) and sell the free A …id rather get a Samsung evo 500gb for £152 (-£2.25 TCB) and sell the free Assassins Creed game for ~£25-£30https://www.ebuyer.com/695893-samsung-850-evo-500gb-2-5inch-ssd-mz-75e500bwso it'd end up costing around £120


that's if you can sell the key

CharlieBravo10 h, 17 m ago

A decent price, but I agree with this.In the past (no time machine chat, …A decent price, but I agree with this.In the past (no time machine chat, please!) I have picked up a 480GB SSD for £86 ish over Black Friday week on Amazon, I'd be surprised if said capacity isn't available under £100 again even in these weak pound times. Heat added all the same, if you need one right now it's still a decent price


I need one of these to complete my time machine so I can go back in time to purchase one of these at a decent price...

jamgin15 m ago

I need one of these to complete my time machine so I can go back in time …I need one of these to complete my time machine so I can go back in time to purchase one of these at a decent price...

Just trade the rest of your time machine parts in at CEX, and buy a complete one from Amazon in a fortnight for a song

CharlieBravo10 m ago

Just trade the rest of your time machine parts in at CEX, and buy a …Just trade the rest of your time machine parts in at CEX, and buy a complete one from Amazon in a fortnight for a song


I went forward in time to the 2017 black Friday and can reveal there are no SSD deals.

Can anyone explain why when I run a hash check on torrent client I get an incomplete file (after having a complete file) using SanDisk SSD? I hardly ever had this happen on mechanical drive.

cainer12 h, 7 m ago

yep, keys have been selling for £25-£28 on a forum i use




I’d pay 25 for this what forum?

cainer12 h, 57 m ago

Overclockers, but you need 1,000 forum posts and be a member for over 6 …Overclockers, but you need 1,000 forum posts and be a member for over 6 months before you get access to the classified section im affraid




Guess it will be a fiver by then hehe

why are they going up?

Original Poster

kamikazilucas3 h, 57 m ago

why are they going up?



General lack of fab capacity to produce the NAND memory modules that go into SSDs (including a temporary shutdown at Micron earlier this year that might still be affecting things, just like you get a traffic jam for a while even after an accident has cleared), Brexit, other exchange rate fluctuations, inflation, rapidly rising demand (more and more systems are coming with SSDs as standard, which means more SSDs are needed, but production hasn't kept up)

Some of the above probably contributed more than other things, but it all pushes the price in one direction: up.
Edited by: "Genki" 8th Nov
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