SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD 1TB £201.37 from Amazon UK
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SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD 1TB £201.37 from Amazon UK

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Found 16th Apr
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SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD 2.5inch 1TB.Get accelerated performance for better gaming and pro‐level multitasking with graphics‐intensive apps. Powered by 3D NAND technology, the SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD delivers enhanced endurance and reliability, blazing sequential read speeds of up to 560MB/s and sequential write speeds of up to 530MB/s for no‐wait boot‐up, shorter application load times, and quicker data transfer3.

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Is it me or are ssds getting cheaper
steevojohno51 m ago

Is it me or are ssds getting cheaper


Thankfully they are. As are GPU's (slowly).
Soon we'll just need RAM to come down to sensible prices and we can start building again
Edited by: "FireOnAWire" 16th Apr
steevojohno50 m ago

Is it me or are ssds getting cheaper


Definitely it’s about time as well
FireOnAWire33 m ago

Thankfully they are. As are GPU's (slowly).Soon we'll just need RAM to …Thankfully they are. As are GPU's (slowly).Soon we'll just need RAM to come down to sensible prices and we can start building again


Just out of interest what price would you suggest for a 1070 or 1070ti or 1080?
steevojohno2 h, 0 m ago

Is it me or are ssds getting cheaper


Basically....

Earlier last year the Samsung had some sort of power outage in their main production plant which make the memory chips used in a lot of things that knocked their global production rate down by 3.5% -- Some industry insiders predicted there would be a serious shortage as almost every electrical device needs what these factories make in one way or another and a lot of product that was being made were allocated to big companies like Apple, Sony, Huawei --- every big mobile phone, laptop or tablet manufacturer first before the excess being spread to other manufacturers to make things like SSDs.

Samsung decided to open up another 2 or 3 factories in China to cope with the drop in production but in doing so, they ended up flooding the market.

I know Sandisk make their own NAND chips for their SSDs but they could be price matching their competitors to gain sales.


Prices should be cheaper until samsung decides to slow production to regulate the prices...
timessquaregt1 h, 17 m ago

Just out of interest what price would you suggest for a 1070 or 1070ti or …Just out of interest what price would you suggest for a 1070 or 1070ti or 1080?


At the moment around £350 for a 1070, £430 for a 1070 Ti and don't bother with the 1080 as prices are ridiculous for practically 1070 Ti levels of performance.
FireOnAWire1 h, 3 m ago

At the moment around £350 for a 1070, £430 for a 1070 Ti and don't bother w …At the moment around £350 for a 1070, £430 for a 1070 Ti and don't bother with the 1080 as prices are ridiculous for practically 1070 Ti levels of performance.


Ok thanks. I'm looking to buy my first build and looking around 1070 level do you think there is much point in waiting for price drops or shall I just bite the bullet on the next 1070 deal?
timessquaregt2 h, 40 m ago

Ok thanks. I'm looking to buy my first build and looking around 1070 level …Ok thanks. I'm looking to buy my first build and looking around 1070 level do you think there is much point in waiting for price drops or shall I just bite the bullet on the next 1070 deal?


I suppose it depends how patient you are/can be.
There's always going to be a better price round the corner.
Regardless, no matter when you buy I'm sure you won't be disappointed.
If you spot a good deal that fits your budget I'd say just grab it and don't look back
FireOnAWire4 h, 7 m ago

I suppose it depends how patient you are/can be. There's always going to …I suppose it depends how patient you are/can be. There's always going to be a better price round the corner. Regardless, no matter when you buy I'm sure you won't be disappointed.If you spot a good deal that fits your budget I'd say just grab it and don't look back


‘Don’t look back’ being absolutely key. If you keep checking prices too much you will never go ahead - been there, done that. Choose what you want in your price range and go for it. If you haven’t found your ideal build yet - use something like PC Part Picker - it’s a good place to start to find the best prices for the gear from different sources - uk.pcpartpicker.com
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