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SanDisk SSD PLUS Sata III Internal SSD 2TB - £159.68 delivered @ Amazon Germany
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SanDisk SSD PLUS Sata III Internal SSD 2TB - £159.68 delivered @ Amazon Germany

£159.68£216.9926%Amazon Germany Deals
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Inject new life into your laptop or desktop PC with a durable solid State Drive from SanDisk. You’ll experience quicker boot-up and shutdown, quicker application response and data transfer speeds than with a typical hard disk drive, at just a fraction of the cost of a new computer. Slc Caching boosts burst write performance, making it ideal for typical PC workloads such as web browsing, email, casual gaming, office productivity, and audio/video entertainment. SanDisk SSDs are resistant to shock, vibration and temperature extremes, so your SSD keeps working, no matter where or how hard you use your computer. The SanDisk SSD Dashboard provides software that includes proprietary SanDisk tools for monitoring and optimizing your system’s performance and Highlights offers for cloning and security applications. With read/write speeds of up to 545MB/s/450MB/s, the SanDisk SSD Plus delivers impressive performance in an entry-level drive, from a brand you know you can trust.

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Msafiri02/02/2020 17:02

I think there is a cheaper deal posted earlier this week. Was 12TB for …I think there is a cheaper deal posted earlier this week. Was 12TB for £210 from Amazon as well.


this comment, while well intentioned is a great example of why not to trust other people on here
I'll wait till next year when this will be £50
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I'll wait till next year when this will be £50
backyard02/02/2020 08:28

I'll wait till next year when this will be £50


Unlikely as ram & SSD drives are set to rise again.
FelixofMars02/02/2020 08:42

Unlikely as ram & SSD drives are set to rise again.


Source ? RAM and SDD prices were set to rise last year but it's the biggest drop we've seen.
Edited by: "Solado" 2nd Feb
backyard02/02/2020 08:28

I'll wait till next year when this will be £50


Next year after 5-6 years maybe.
After getting a taste of pci drives sata feels like slow ancient technology. Heat added anyway for those who don’t have m.2 pcie ports
Solado02/02/2020 10:31

Source ? RAM and SDD prices were set to rise last year but it's the …Source ? RAM and SDD prices were set to rise last year but it's the biggest drop we've seen.



DRAM is up 10-20% Since late November.

Corsair, MSI and Crucial Stopped EU distribution orders last week and much of DRAM logistics is delayed due to Coronavirus.

Stoking price BTW.
Edited by: "Damanc" 2nd Feb
Damanc02/02/2020 12:31

DRAM is up 10-20% Since late November.Corsair, MSI and Crucial Stopped EU …DRAM is up 10-20% Since late November.Corsair, MSI and Crucial Stopped EU distribution orders last week and much of DRAM logistics is delayed due to Coronavirus.Stoking price BTW.


Ya but I need a link so I can read, I am skeptical of just someone writing it up.
mchcreations02/02/2020 12:23

After getting a taste of pci drives sata feels like slow ancient …After getting a taste of pci drives sata feels like slow ancient technology. Heat added anyway for those who don’t have m.2 pcie ports


Or would be using one in an external video recorder, such as the Atomos Ninja V...
Thanks OP
Solado02/02/2020 12:34

Ya but I need a link so I can read, I am skeptical of just someone writing …Ya but I need a link so I can read, I am skeptical of just someone writing it up.


If you can read, than my guess is you can write. Just type "dram price rise" in any search engine for the answer.
motionwerk02/02/2020 12:58

If you can read, than my guess is you can write. Just type "dram price …If you can read, than my guess is you can write. Just type "dram price rise" in any search engine for the answer.


Just checked, viable articles and outlets are showing Q1 prices will not be rising ?
Solado02/02/2020 12:34

Ya but I need a link so I can read, I am skeptical of just someone writing …Ya but I need a link so I can read, I am skeptical of just someone writing it up.



You can simply look at the historical pricing of DRAM. There is nothing published to the public RE logistical issues, although given everything else in the news about nothing in/nothing out of half of China common sense should prevail. There is nothing for you to read as this is inside industry news for people that are not "just someone".
Edited by: "Damanc" 2nd Feb
Damanc02/02/2020 13:20

You can simply look at the historical pricing of DRAM. There is nothing …You can simply look at the historical pricing of DRAM. There is nothing published to the public RE logistical issues, although given everything else in the news about nothing in/nothing out of half of China common sense should prevail. There is nothing for you to read as this is inside industry news for people that are not "just someone".


Gotcha random person on the internet. I believe you.
Dear Solado, please see below;

Regards

"random person on the internet"
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mchcreations02/02/2020 12:23

After getting a taste of pci drives sata feels like slow ancient …After getting a taste of pci drives sata feels like slow ancient technology. Heat added anyway for those who don’t have m.2 pcie ports


Is there really a noticeable difference? Day - to - day?
Zwischensumme:EUR 150,42Verpackung und Versand:EUR 6,12

Zwischensumme ohne USt.:EUR 156,54Umsatzsteuer:EUR 31,31



Endbetrag inkl. USt.:EUR 187,85
GBP 162.51 for me still good deal
Hmm, buy now or wait 5 years when this will be £20? Decisions decisions......


Heat added!
Oooh wow, what a price?! Bargain! Would love to have it just for the price but must resist.
I think there is a cheaper deal posted earlier this week. Was 12TB for £210 from Amazon as well.
Msafiri02/02/2020 17:02

I think there is a cheaper deal posted earlier this week. Was 12TB for …I think there is a cheaper deal posted earlier this week. Was 12TB for £210 from Amazon as well.


But you can't compare this to a platter hard drive system.
Msafiri02/02/2020 17:02

I think there is a cheaper deal posted earlier this week. Was 12TB for …I think there is a cheaper deal posted earlier this week. Was 12TB for £210 from Amazon as well.


this comment, while well intentioned is a great example of why not to trust other people on here
drayz02/02/2020 17:09

this comment, while well intentioned is a great example of why not to …this comment, while well intentioned is a great example of why not to trust other people on here



Here's the link, you dont have to take my word for it.

hotukdeals.com/dea…549
mchcreations02/02/2020 12:23

After getting a taste of pci drives sata feels like slow ancient …After getting a taste of pci drives sata feels like slow ancient technology. Heat added anyway for those who don’t have m.2 pcie ports


Care to back that up with real world proof? Sustained single file transfer rates don't count - they're not real world.
Hussein_02/02/2020 14:07

Is there really a noticeable difference? Day - to - day?


Edit: probably not, you need high speed demand for it
Edited by: "mchcreations" 2nd Feb
Msafiri02/02/2020 17:15

Here's the link, you dont have to take my word for … Here's the link, you dont have to take my word for it.https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/wd-14tb-elements-desktop-external-hard-drive-usb-30-for-19199-delivered-at-amazon-uk-3399549


I think you missing the point, these are completely different, your comparing a platter drive to a SSD

The Platter drives as your link, are generally always cheaper... Yes the storage is important, but having an SSD drive is a niche..... More reliable, and can handle the odd knocks and bumps
MagicBoy02/02/2020 17:22

Care to back that up with real world proof? Sustained single file transfer …Care to back that up with real world proof? Sustained single file transfer rates don't count - they're not real world.


But file transfer it´s indeed much faster. I get your point that above 500mb/s the procesor becomes a big bottle neck for things like loading programs/games. High end video editing 5k, 6k and 8k does take advantage of nvme (not for the final render/export but for the preview-navigation thorugh the proyect where multiple files are present) and systems with limited ram where you use the ssd as aditional cache. Example:

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Would someone who is actually knowledgeable in SSD performance please comment on performance and reliability of the Sandisk SSD Plus? Is there much disadvantage over say a Samsung 860 EVO?
Murgatr0yd02/02/2020 20:02

Would someone who is actually knowledgeable in SSD performance please …Would someone who is actually knowledgeable in SSD performance please comment on performance and reliability of the Sandisk SSD Plus? Is there much disadvantage over say a Samsung 860 EVO?


Nothing beats samsung evo. You will have lifespan of 115 years with evo and 3-5 with sandisk. It's your data.
Msafiri02/02/2020 17:15

Here's the link, you dont have to take my word for … Here's the link, you dont have to take my word for it.https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/wd-14tb-elements-desktop-external-hard-drive-usb-30-for-19199-delivered-at-amazon-uk-3399549


Yes well you can get a great price on Micro SD cards too...
SharinganIxU02/02/2020 20:58

Yes well you can get a great price on Micro SD cards too...


:/
Hussein_02/02/2020 14:07

Is there really a noticeable difference? Day - to - day?



for me, not at all. I went from an 840 evo to an m2 ssd and i can't feel any difference in day-to-day operation or gaming. I can run a benchmark and see all the lovely numbers, but it means nothing more than a 200 quid hole in my bank account to be honest.
Karmazyn8302/02/2020 20:37

Nothing beats samsung evo. You will have lifespan of 115 years with evo …Nothing beats samsung evo. You will have lifespan of 115 years with evo and 3-5 with sandisk. It's your data.



Do you have a source for your claim of 3-5 years sandisk lifespan, based on what i assume will be an average day-to-day usage by this chap? Always helpful to see some evidence as there are so many numbers thrown about for these types of things.
Edited by: "duncancosgrove" 2nd Feb
Msafiri02/02/2020 17:15

Here's the link, you dont have to take my word for … Here's the link, you dont have to take my word for it.https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/wd-14tb-elements-desktop-external-hard-drive-usb-30-for-19199-delivered-at-amazon-uk-3399549


r/whoosh
Damanc02/02/2020 12:31

DRAM is up 10-20% Since late November.Corsair, MSI and Crucial Stopped EU …DRAM is up 10-20% Since late November.Corsair, MSI and Crucial Stopped EU distribution orders last week and much of DRAM logistics is delayed due to Coronavirus.Stoking price BTW.


Imagine having a ssd with 1T of dram, I would have to sell my house looool
Hussein_02/02/2020 14:07

Is there really a noticeable difference? Day - to - day?


Not for me.
My ssd boots faster, although that's on a different pc and games load within seconds of each other.
They are faster but not noticeable. They say they are 5x faster but it doesn't feel like that.
I guess it depends what you use them for and if a couple of seconds is a big deal.
Also depends on which ones you are comparing I guess.
I got the sandisk 480GB ssd still

Very good drive. Only upgraded to 1tb as decided to install games onto ssd for faster load times and no buffering. Now have to 2tb qvo drive I still need to install
Murgatr0yd02/02/2020 20:02

Would someone who is actually knowledgeable in SSD performance please …Would someone who is actually knowledgeable in SSD performance please comment on performance and reliability of the Sandisk SSD Plus? Is there much disadvantage over say a Samsung 860 EVO?


I have Sandisk SSD like this one for over 3years- no complaints running daily tasks.

It's much faster "real life" then spinning HDD of any type.

--Just love the term or "real life test" posted here by someone. As an enthusiast iT myself. That's gone to my explanation toolbox for clients.

It doesn't much differs 0.1- 0.4 second when loading something for 16seconds or a minute. In accounts this called "immaterial" in similar circumstances.

So as long as SSD builder- Samsung, Sandisk, Toshiba, WD or anyone else employes best practices in quality control and uses industry standard controllers then NO BRAINER here.
Price is the solution for you.
If you like colour features for your show off case - then numbers irrelevant.

Classify yourself, answer question - What you need? (Security, speed ...)
If you need it? ( is it worth to upgrade old ssd)

What you want? (Be bonkers)

Now put this all on paper and if you
Tomorow still the same opinion, go for it.
Dicission is a lacking feature of perception.
Once you buy and install it or decide it's not a time yet, one problem is gone.

Important:
If you got HDD - buy ssd immediately and enjoy your life further.
Edited by: "Ap0100L" 3rd Feb
I've had this model SanDisk SSD for over 8 years now. No problems. It's my everyday boot drive.
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