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Silicon Power PCIe M.2 NVMe SSD 256GB R/W up to 3,100/1,100MB/s £36.99 @ Amazon
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Silicon Power PCIe M.2 NVMe SSD 256GB R/W up to 3,100/1,100MB/s £36.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 2nd Jul
  • £36.99 Lowest price
  • Super-fast PCIe Gen3x4 interface for read/write speeds of up to 3, 100MB/s/ 1, 100MB/s
  • Nvme 1. 3 support
  • Raid engine for enhanced data integrity
  • Slim form factor M. 2 2280 (80mm) for perfect fit in slim and portable mobile applications or desktop PCs
  • To support a silicon power PCIe SSD, The system must have an M. 2 connector with only an M key. The silicon power PCIe SSD does not have a b notch and therefore, the b key on the SSD connector will prevent it from being inserted
  • The custom screw should come with the motherboard or PC. Please acquire the screw from your motherboard or PC Manufacturer, if needed

512GB
Silicon Power PCIe M.2 NVMe SSD 512GB Gen3x4 R/W up to 3, 400/2, 300MB/s internal SSD
£57.99 Lowest
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SSD prices to raise drasticly.
Looks decent to me.
chriskrt02/07/2019 20:32

https://www.extremetech.com/computing/294209-wd-toshiba-lose-6-exabytes-of-nand-due-to-power-outage


Sounds like a manufactured disaster
Maybe shortage of smaller size SSD to sell costlier larger size SSD at further price drop making it look like increased cost but you are really getting more for your money.
Just put the 512 GB (£57) version of this in a MBP (with adapter ofc).

Early days yet but I'm happy with the speed etc.
TacticalTimbo02/07/2019 20:55

Sounds like a manufactured disaster


IT does. But at the end we can do nothing if the goal is price rise.
dantesfireplace02/07/2019 21:18

Just put the 512 GB (£57) version of this in a MBP (with adapter …Just put the 512 GB (£57) version of this in a MBP (with adapter ofc).Early days yet but I'm happy with the speed etc.


Very pleased with mine in that AWD-IT AMD2700 deal from not long ago...
Has anyone bench tested this to see if it meets the speed claims? Great value if it does
chriskrt02/07/2019 20:32

https://www.extremetech.com/computing/294209-wd-toshiba-lose-6-exabytes-of-nand-due-to-power-outage


Did you read the whole article?
fmuk03/07/2019 11:39

Did you read the whole article?


No. Not thisone. Others suggesting to buy SSD now. I think Prime Day might be Perfect moment.
john.donovan02/07/2019 22:17

Has anyone bench tested this to see if it meets the speed claims? Great …Has anyone bench tested this to see if it meets the speed claims? Great value if it does


I've just installed the 512GB version and get 3400MB/s read and 2100MB/s write speed so 3100/1100 for the 256GB model sounds plausible.
john.donovan02/07/2019 22:17

Has anyone bench tested this to see if it meets the speed claims? Great …Has anyone bench tested this to see if it meets the speed claims? Great value if it does


I did, it does. Don't take my word for it though as you have reviews from some very reputable sources: anandtech.com/sho…are . In a nutshell: a high-end reference Phison E12 NVMe design for a bargain price with 5 years warranty to boot.
Just bought one, thanks for the heads up
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