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Transcend 110s 128GB M.2-2280 Nvme SSD £24.71 delivered From CCL Online
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Transcend 110s 128GB M.2-2280 Nvme SSD £24.71 delivered From CCL Online

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Posted 24th Jan

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Transcend 110s 128GB M.2-2280 Nvme SSD

only a small size but ideal for someone on a budget build who wants the performance of an NVMe for their O/S and having the rest on Harddrive VS typical Adata 240gb / hard drive combo.

#maybe a nice fitting to one of budget builds ive posted..

Transcend's PCIe SSD 110S utilizes the PCI Express® Gen3 x4 interface supported by the latest NVMe™ standard, to unleash next-generation performance. The PCIe SSD 110S aims at high-end applications, such as digital audio/video production, gaming, and enterprise use, which require constant processing heavy workloads with no system lags or slowdowns of any kind. Powered by 3D NAND flash memory, the PCIe SSD 110S gives you not only fast transfer speeds but unmatched reliability.

Compelling performance for high-end applications

Transcend's PCIe SSD 110S follows NVMe 1.3 and utilizes the PCIe™ Gen3 x4 interface, meaning four lanes are used for transmitting and receiving data simultaneously, resulting in compelling performance of up to 1,700MB/s read and 1,500MB/s write.

Understanding the PCIe interface

PCIe (or PCI Express®) is a much faster interface than SATA (or Serial ATA) for connecting a host computer to solid-state storage devices over one or more lanes consisting of one transmit and one receive serial interface in each lane, meaning it can better fulfill new performance requirements.

Understanding the NVMe standard

NVMe (or NVM Express®) is a host controller interface standard designed to address the needs of enterprise and client applications that utilize PCI Express-based solid-state storage. NVMe calls for better performance vectors than AHCI (Advanced Host Controller Interface), including scalable bandwidth, increased IOPS, and low latency.

3D expansion to break through limits

Unlike the existing planar NAND chips, 3D NAND flash is a type of flash memory in which the memory cells are stacked vertically in multiple layers. 3D NAND is developed to break through density limitations of the 2D planar NAND, and thus can deliver a greater level of performance and endurance.

Better endurance, higher reliability

Transcend's PCIe SSD 110S is engineered with LDPC (Low-Density Parity Check) coding, a powerful ECC algorithm, to keep data secure. Manufactured with high-quality NAND flash chips, and engineered dynamic thermal throttling mechanism, the PCIe SSD 110S guarantees superior endurance and stability for high-end applications.

Transcend SSD Scope software

To keep your Transcend SSD running fast and error-free, Transcend's SSD Scope software application is available for download free of charge. Monitor your SSD's health status with S.M.A.R.T. technology, enable the TRIM command for optimum write speeds, keep your SSD's firmware up-to-date, and migrate data from your original drive to a new SSD with just a few clicks.

Guaranteed quality

To ensure the utmost level of quality, Transcend SSDs undergo rigorous testing at all stages of production, including tests for vibration, temperature and humidity, speed, and functionality.




Main Features
  • Space-saving M.2 Type 2280 form factor
  • With DRAM cache (PCIe SSD 220S only)
  • Engineered with LDPC (Low-Density Parity Check) coding to ensure data integrity
  • Built-in SLC caching technology for exceptional transfer speeds
  • Engineered dynamic thermal throttling mechanism to prevent overheating while maintaining high performance
  • Supports Transcend SSD Scope software
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Cracking price for an NVMe drive!
Edited by: "DrPorkchop303" 24th Jan
You can get a gigabyte one for £27.49 from scan.
fadsarmy24/01/2020 23:15

You can get a gigabyte one for £27.49 from scan.


27.49 for a gb? seriously thats amazing value.! who makes it? scandisk?
sarden8424/01/2020 23:18

27.49 for a gb? seriously thats amazing value.! who makes it? scandisk?


Gigabyte make it dumbo.
Wow. Superb for an OS.
fadsarmy24/01/2020 23:15

You can get a gigabyte one for £27.49 from scan.


Some nouns are capitalized for a reason.
Do people fail to see this is only 128GB? It's normal price for such capacity. Cold
Who is voting hot on these deals? Always hot for CCL, no matter the price.
Kosmonaut26/01/2020 08:41

Do people fail to see this is only 128GB? It's normal price for such …Do people fail to see this is only 128GB? It's normal price for such capacity. ColdWho is voting hot on these deals? Always hot for CCL, no matter the price.


its usual a little higher?........ a typical 120gb.... ssd is £16..... a typical m.2 is £24...... n a nvme comes in more...

##however, unlike typical members on here who just post deals for "hotness" i dont because alot of the time people dont know what a deal is unless it slaps them in the face.


i post deals which help folks who are interested in self building, giving folks ideas / tips / suggestions and there are various types of people interested in so many ways,..same goes for my prebult system, sometimes i post main stream methods which do get hot but then i throw ones out which is the alternative ones for folks based on people who come n ask me for help direct,.... rather then be a sheep and go down the typical products, there is alternative methods to save cash with out getting some rubbish too, this is a perfect decent item which is usual afew quid, someone who wants the performance of an NVME rather then that typical 240gb std SSD by adata,. and then the rest on WD hard drives for main storage.

if my posts dont suit u... move on. they aint aimed for urself then.

and sometimes the best deals aint about it being a lower price, but its awareness of the idea around it to new folks coming into the market..
Edited by: "sarden84" 26th Jan
sarden8426/01/2020 08:53

its usual a little higher?........ a typical 120gb.... ssd is £16..... a …its usual a little higher?........ a typical 120gb.... ssd is £16..... a typical m.2 is £24...... n a nvme comes in more... ##however, unlike typical members on here who just post deals for "hotness" i dont because alot of the time people dont know what a deal is unless it slaps them in the face.i post deals which help folks who are interested in self building, giving folks ideas / tips / suggestions and there are various types of people interested in so many ways,..same goes for my prebult system, sometimes i post main stream methods which do get hot but then i throw ones out which is the alternative ones for folks based on people who come n ask me for help direct,.... rather then be a sheep and go down the typical products, there is alternative methods to save cash with out getting some rubbish too, this is a perfect decent item which is usual afew quid, someone who wants the performance of an NVME rather then that typical 240gb std SSD by adata,. and then the rest on WD hard drives for main storage.if my posts dont suit u... move on. they aint aimed for urself then.and sometimes the best deals aint about it being a lower price, but its awareness of the idea around it to new folks coming into the market..


This is not a deal, this is normal price. Full stop
Kosmonaut26/01/2020 09:12

This is not a deal, this is normal price. Full stop


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was £26.50.... now £24.71........ "afew quid drop".. as stated.
and the price of the item is £23...something, which makes it 24.71 delv.... where before it was 26.50delv.. last week at ccl it was £29..delv..... as it was higher at the time at CCL then the normal of £28 by amazon.

next?
Edited by: "sarden84" 26th Jan
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