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Silicon Power 512GB 3D NAND A55 SLC Cache Performance Boost 2.5 inch SATA III SSD £48.42 Delivered With Code @ ebuyer / eBay
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Silicon Power 512GB 3D NAND A55 SLC Cache Performance Boost 2.5 inch SATA III SSD £48.42 Delivered With Code @ ebuyer / eBay

£48.42£53.9910%eBay Deals
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Posted 26th Feb

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A good price for a 512GB SSD, currently retails on Amazon for £53.99 and has great reviews.


3413617.jpg3D NAND Technology for Enhanced Reliability and Power Efficiency

Applying the advanced 3D NAND flash, Ace A55 features higher reliability and better power efficiency than traditional SSDs equipped with 2D NAND flash. The A55 offers improved endurance and longer battery life that you're able to work longer without frequently recharge your laptop.

High Transfer Speeds for Fast Start Up

Powered by high quality controller and original synchronous NAND flash, the A55 delivers incredibly high transfer speeds that enable short boot time, fast application loading and quick file processing.

SLC Cache Technology for Performance Boost and Longer Lifespan

The A55 especially applies the ”SLC Cache technology” that allows all data to be written in the SLC portion first and leads to higher peak writing performance. In addition, the technology can reduce write amplification and thus offer better endurance and longer lifespan of the SSD

Absolutely Reliable with Bad Block Management

The A55 is built with Bad Block Management, which can continually monitor and replace bad blocks to keep your system in good condition with prolonged lifespan of a SSD.

Multiple Techniques Supported

The A55 is one of the lightest and thinnest SSD of its kind yet it is shock- and vibration-proof since it contains no moving parts. Furthermore, S.M.A.R.T. monitoring system and ECC technology are equipped to promise higher data transmission safety.
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This drive would be good for games/storage etc or a less used machine.
I had one from this company and it failed totally, could not even recover data - dead completely. I would not recommend.
Felis27/02/2020 09:06

I had one from this company and it failed totally, could not even recover …I had one from this company and it failed totally, could not even recover data - dead completely. I would not recommend.


I had a WD fail within a year completely dead, I think it's luck of the draw, thankfully we have RMA
DealsDen10127/02/2020 09:17

I had a WD fail within a year completely dead, I think it's luck of the …I had a WD fail within a year completely dead, I think it's luck of the draw, thankfully we have RMA


That can be true for sure, however in this case I contacted the company directly and they did not want to help me. I contacted amazon and they offered replacement or refund. I chose refund obvoiusly
Edited by: "Felis" 27th Feb
Felis27/02/2020 09:53

That can be true for sure, however in this case I contacted the company …That can be true for sure, however in this case I contacted the company directly and they did not want to help me. I contacted amazon and they offer replacement or refund. I chose refund obvoiusly


That's not very helpful of them at all, they should be ashamed of themselves!
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