SK Hynix Canvas SL301 250GB 2.5" SSD £41.89 / £47.37 delivered @ Scan (free C+C)
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SK Hynix Canvas SL301 250GB 2.5" SSD £41.89 / £47.37 delivered @ Scan (free C+C)

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Found 13th Feb 2016
A decent performing alternative to other TLC SSDs (850 Evo, Ultra II, BX100).

Review here - hexus.net/tec…gb/

Form Factor 2.5" Standard
Cell type TLC
Sequential Performance (128KB, Typical)
Read : Up to 540MB/s
Write : Up to 470MB/s
Random Performance (4KB, Typical)
Read : Up to 95K IOPS
Write : Up to 85K IOPS
Power Consumption (Typical) Active Read: 2.5W | Active Write: 3.0W | ldle : 50mW
Warranty 3 years
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Why conveniently not include the delivery price?

£47.37 delivered
ando

Why conveniently not include the delivery price?£47.37 delivered


Because 20 forum posts will qualify for free delivery, its not too difficult to get
JimBobJr

Because 20 forum posts will qualify for free delivery, its not too … Because 20 forum posts will qualify for free delivery, its not too difficult to get



Still doesn't mean it's free to the people who don't have that, just misinforming is all
I got one from Novatech. Brilliant.
Thanks OP, hot price

Would anyone please explain how to get free delivery from scan? All google searches point to free delivery being discontinued a while back. Thanks in advance
Mega delivery charges for a small item from Scan as always. I never buy from for simply ripping off their customers.
Insider9

Thanks OP, hot price :)Would anyone please explain how to get free … Thanks OP, hot price :)Would anyone please explain how to get free delivery from scan? All google searches point to free delivery being discontinued a while back. Thanks in advance


avforums.com/pag…er/

Minimum spend £50 + 20 forum posts (I think).

Slightly cheaper from Scan on eBay £41.88 + £4.98 p&p

ebay.co.uk/itm…2J5


Edited by: "captainbeaky" 13th Feb 2016
captainbeaky

https://www.avforums.com/pages/scan_free_delivery_offer/Minimum spend £50 … https://www.avforums.com/pages/scan_free_delivery_offer/Minimum spend £50 + 20 forum posts (I think).Slightly cheaper from Scan on eBay £41.88 + £4.98 p&phttp://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/250GB-SK-hynix-Canvas-SL301-2-5-SSD-SATA-III-6Gb-s-TLC-Cell-Read-540MB-s-/121885189137?hash=item1c60ec6411:g:B-gAAOSwa-dWs2J5



£20 exc VAT to get free delivery after 20 forum posts on hexus
minicale

£20 exc VAT to get free delivery after 20 forum posts on hexus


Forgot about Hexus.

forums.hexus.net/sca…tml
captainbeaky

https://www.avforums.com/pages/scan_free_delivery_offer/Minimum spend £50 … https://www.avforums.com/pages/scan_free_delivery_offer/Minimum spend £50 + 20 forum posts (I think).Slightly cheaper from Scan on eBay £41.88 + £4.98 p&phttp://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/250GB-SK-hynix-Canvas-SL301-2-5-SSD-SATA-III-6Gb-s-TLC-Cell-Read-540MB-s-/121885189137?hash=item1c60ec6411:g:B-gAAOSwa-dWs2J5


Thank you!
The SKhynix data migration tool worked a treat for me, took about 4 clicks in windows 10 to migrate OS with system running. Powered off PC disconnected hdd and booted off ssd. Could not have imagined how easy it was. Very happy with mine, got it for £45 frm Novatech added sata cable for foc del (£50 spend @ Novatech)
Got this from novatech last year fast as hell!
Scam? No thanks, save your money and go to a proper retailer.
Scan always been good to me. Returned a few items that were faulty, refunded almost straight away.
Where can I get my hexus user id? Looked everywhere couldn't find it
Great find. How do these drives compare to the Samsung EVO etc? I currently have a 120GB OCZ Agility 3 that I would like to upgrade. Many thanks
Can this fit a Acer Revo?
ValiantSaint

Great find. How do these drives compare to the Samsung EVO etc? I … Great find. How do these drives compare to the Samsung EVO etc? I currently have a 120GB OCZ Agility 3 that I would like to upgrade. Many thanks



hexus.net/tec…gb/

These use TLC so shorter life span potentially but if your not churning 100's of gb a day not an issue. Just guessing but should be ok for 15-40gb a day for 5 years. More expensive Samsung drives using MLC might be able to write 2-3 times more data before it kills over but their TLC ones are probably similar. Sometimes its nice to spend an extra £10 for an Evo for peace of mind but I didnt as our PC is only used a few hours a day and I back up the SDD anyway, also think it has a three year warranty. Sometime there will be performance advantages to spending more but for most users theres no notable difference.
Edited by: "McHotpoon" 14th Feb 2016
McHotpoon

http://hexus.net/tech/reviews/storage/88805-sk-hynix-canvas-sl301-500gb/These use TLC so shorter life span potentially but if your not churning 100's of gb a day not an issue. Just guessing but should be ok for 15-40gb a day for 5 years. More expensive Samsung drives using MLC might be able to write 2-3 times more data before it kills over but their TLC ones are probably similar. Sometimes its nice to spend an extra £10 for an Evo for peace of mind but I didnt as our PC is only used a few hours a day and I back up the SDD anyway, also think it has a three year warranty. Sometime there will be performance advantages to spending more but for most users theres no notable difference.



Samsung Evo SSDs are also TLC, whereas their Pro are MLC.
Am I being thick (okay, probably I am)?

I've gone to the warranty link from the included manual to see how I go about registering and it has this-

WARRANTY

Product Certification

Certify your SSD product and enjoy the 3-year warranty, various tools,
customer support services, and more

Warranty Statement Download

Benefits of Certifying Your SK hynix SSD
+ After sales service and guaranteed repairs
+ Product updating tools
+ SK hynix’s certificate of authenticity

The only link is to the manual/warranty statement.

How on earth do you go about "certifying" your product and getting your "certificate" to give you access to the warranty?

::confused::

Julie
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Edited by: "jewelie" 16th Feb 2016
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