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SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD 2TB Read 550 MB/se, Write  525 MB/s.,Black for £178.61 (£172.07 Fee free card) Delivered @ Amazon Germany
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SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD 2TB Read 550 MB/se, Write 525 MB/s.,Black for £178.61 (£172.07 Fee free card) Delivered @ Amazon Germany

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Posted 18th SepEdited by:"Brutes"

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Voted hot but not for me as only looking for nvme now .
Anyone else seeing '500GB' come up in the title of the product when checking the 2TB version?
Probably a silly question but can you return this to Amazon UK if theres a problem with it?
Showing as £216 with delivery to UK now
Compare this at 550MB/sec to the 660p at 1800MB/sec for the same price... hmmm... nah
Waiting for a £150ish per 2TB NVMe deal and I'll be all over it (methinks there's a shot at it on black friday).
Edited by: "llamaalarmallama" 19th Sep
sam_of_london19/09/2019 02:34

Voted hot but not for me as only looking for nvme now .


What’s the difference? Thanks
shopkeeper19/09/2019 13:27

Probably a silly question but can you return this to Amazon UK if theres a …Probably a silly question but can you return this to Amazon UK if theres a problem with it?


No . I had to return to Amazon Italy when I bought something by mistake with very expensive postage and insurance. Even you cannot call Amazon UK , you have to call the country of sale and communicate in their language
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 19th Sep
Atar_Oosa19/09/2019 19:06

What’s the difference? Thanks


There isn't any unless all you do is run benchmarks. That and they are more expensive.

Buy fools keep on wasting money on them.
Edited by: "Sonny_A" 20th Sep
Sonny_A20/09/2019 14:05

There isn't any unless all you do is run benchmarks. That and they are …There isn't any unless all you do is run benchmarks. That and they are more expensive.Buy fools keep on wasting money on them.


When they're the same price as it's equivalent SSD, i.e the Crucial mx 500 and the Crucial p500 both being £80 recently for 1tb. Then fair enough.
Populating the m2 slot will often cut off 2 sata ports though, so you lose an internal connection.
Good idea to get a little heat sink for NVME drives as well.
On my Motherboard using the M2 slot doesn't cut off sata ports so I gained an extra sata, only reason I chose the NVME.
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