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WD Blue SN550 1TB High-Performance M.2 Pcie NVMe SSD, £108.29 at sereneituk/ebay with code
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WD Blue SN550 1TB High-Performance M.2 Pcie NVMe SSD, £108.29 at sereneituk/ebay with code

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Me at 84.99 1/2. No higher no lower.

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Edited by: "Boopop" 16th Jun
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I bought this one a couple of months ago to use as my main OS. Very fast and hasn't given me any issues, and I think I paid the same as this deal.
Hot for me
I will bite at £84.99
Heat added, last item I needed for my build. Good find op
Hasn124416/06/2020 23:31

Me at 55


Not sure about that mate, you might be a old man by then.
Me at 84.99 1/2. No higher no lower.

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Edited by: "Boopop" 16th Jun
Sadly my mobo doesnt allow these

Anybody know what i can do harddrive-wise for a dell precision T1700 ?
Just got one of these from Amazon for £4 more, cracking drive. Heat added 🔥
Would this fit in the MacBook Pro / 2015?
Gustaf_Siden17/06/2020 13:31

Would this fit in the MacBook Pro / 2015?


Tagging onto this... 99% sure it will but also want that closure
oldskoolpug17/06/2020 09:14

Sadly my mobo doesnt allow these Anybody know what i can do …Sadly my mobo doesnt allow these Anybody know what i can do harddrive-wise for a dell precision T1700 ?



If you have a free PCIe slot, buy an adapter. Like this one.

QNINE NVME Adapter PCIe x16 with... amazon.co.uk/QNI…8-2

I’m still rocking 2012 Z77 motherboard. With above adapter it can even boot from this nvme drive with firmware update.
Edited by: "__tman" 17th Jun
ciarandanielbyrne116/06/2020 21:21

I will bite at £84.99


I changed my mind and bought the last one. I went for this RAM for £171 on Amazon
Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 32GB (2 x 16GB) DDR4 3600MHz C18, High Performance Desktop Memory Kit (AMD Optimised) - Black
__tman17/06/2020 19:39

If you have a free PCIe slot, buy an adapter. Like this one.QNINE NVME …If you have a free PCIe slot, buy an adapter. Like this one.QNINE NVME Adapter PCIe x16 with... https://www.amazon.co.uk/QNINE-Adapter-Heatsink-Supports-Compatible/dp/B07KWX1BBK/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=qnine+nvme&qid=1592419379&sr=8-2I’m still rocking 2012 Z77 motherboard. With above adapter it can even boot from this nvme drive with firmware update.


Thank you il look into this
Anyone know pls , does it work in MacBook Air 2013 model ?
Quite slow, hoping pcie4 nvmes come out, I have a 3500 but that's the limit of pcie3 unless someone makes a cache system that can make it faster.
tanhafatik20/06/2020 07:35

Anyone know pls , does it work in MacBook Air 2013 model ?


Nope, airs have different connections for the drives in them.you need a one with this connection
Like below
SSD
Normal sata ssd would work by the looks
Already have an nvme m2 in new build for os but need a main drive and debating an ssd or maybe a hybrid firecuda or something. Any good ssd drive deals?
Or is anyone using mechanical drives for main storage in builds? Thanks for your help.
Ordered, Thanks,🔥
oldskoolpug17/06/2020 09:14

Sadly my mobo doesnt allow these Anybody know what i can do …Sadly my mobo doesnt allow these Anybody know what i can do harddrive-wise for a dell precision T1700 ?


2.5 inch SSD would be great in a pc like that.
oldskoolpug17/06/2020 09:14

Sadly my mobo doesnt allow these Anybody know what i can do …Sadly my mobo doesnt allow these Anybody know what i can do harddrive-wise for a dell precision T1700 ?


I believe there is a PCI adapter that you can use to take advantage of NVMe on a non NVMe MB.
Any good for mac air?
oldskoolpug17/06/2020 09:14

Sadly my mobo doesnt allow these Anybody know what i can do …Sadly my mobo doesnt allow these Anybody know what i can do harddrive-wise for a dell precision T1700 ?


You can get a PCI express card for about £15 that allows you to add a nvme drive. Only issue is that many old PCs won't allow you to boot from it. I have a dell precision T3600 and it works great as storage but no booting directly from it.
Megas20/06/2020 14:49

Any good for mac air?


You need to be way more specific on the exact model you have.
oldskoolpug17/06/2020 09:14

Sadly my mobo doesnt allow these Anybody know what i can do …Sadly my mobo doesnt allow these Anybody know what i can do harddrive-wise for a dell precision T1700 ?



zippygiraffe20/06/2020 15:54

You can get a PCI express card for about £15 that allows you to add a nvme …You can get a PCI express card for about £15 that allows you to add a nvme drive. Only issue is that many old PCs won't allow you to boot from it. I have a dell precision T3600 and it works great as storage but no booting directly from it.


T1700 will not boot from a PCIE device. So don't get a plug in card. Get a standard 2.5 inch SATA SSD.
ra78622/06/2020 06:11

T1700 will not boot from a PCIE device. So don't get a plug in card. Get a …T1700 will not boot from a PCIE device. So don't get a plug in card. Get a standard 2.5 inch SATA SSD.


Is it possible to add a extra PCiE and a new 2.5 sata SSD, I have a spare slot and a empty data drive bay.
frajule22/06/2020 08:24

Is it possible to add a extra PCiE and a new 2.5 sata SSD, I have a spare …Is it possible to add a extra PCiE and a new 2.5 sata SSD, I have a spare slot and a empty data drive bay.


If you mean a SATA controller card, something like this:


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it should work. You can add extra SATA drives that way, whether they're HDDs or SSds. But, you still cannot boot from it. So whatever drive you're using now, replace that with an SSD. Then use the add in card for additional drives. That way you would have the benefits of having a faster system drive. And you should just do a fresh install of Windows (assuming you're using Windows).

Make sure to double check you have some extra SATA power connectors on your PSU though. Dells and most OEM machines are a bit tight on those.

And you don't even need to put an SSD into a drive bay. They're so small and light, just stick it anywhere. literally stick it with a sticky pad or velcro.
Edited by: "ra786" 22nd Jun
ra78622/06/2020 08:42

If you mean a SATA controller card, something like this:[Image] it should …If you mean a SATA controller card, something like this:[Image] it should work. You can add extra SATA drives that way, whether they're HDDs or SSds. But, you still cannot boot from it. So whatever drive you're using now, replace that with an SSD. Then use the add in card for additional drives. That way you would have the benefits of having a faster system drive. And you should just do a fresh install of Windows (assuming you're using Windows). Make sure to double check you have some extra SATA power connectors on your PSU though. Dells and most OEM machines are a bit tight on those.And you don't even need to put an SSD into a drive bay. They're so small and light, just stick it anywhere. literally stick it with a sticky pad or velcro.


Thanks, much appreciated.
ScottyPro20/06/2020 07:46

Nope, airs have different connections for the drives in them.you need a …Nope, airs have different connections for the drives in them.you need a one with this connectionLike belowSSD


It's far cheaper to just buy a regular NVMe PCIe SSD and use this adaptor:

amazon.co.uk/Sin…ENG

Used it upgrade my 2015 Retina MBP, and it works fine.
ra78622/06/2020 06:11

T1700 will not boot from a PCIE device. So don't get a plug in card. Get a …T1700 will not boot from a PCIE device. So don't get a plug in card. Get a standard 2.5 inch SATA SSD.


Thanks for the good advice
slannmage20/06/2020 07:35

Quite slow, hoping pcie4 nvmes come out, I have a 3500 but that's the …Quite slow, hoping pcie4 nvmes come out, I have a 3500 but that's the limit of pcie3 unless someone makes a cache system that can make it faster.


unless you are transferring huge amounts of data, if you are gaming I doubt you will notice a difference check out this video from linus tech tips
Ari_Katz23/06/2020 10:00

unless you are transferring huge amounts of data, if you are gaming I …unless you are transferring huge amounts of data, if you are gaming I doubt you will notice a difference check out this video from linus tech tips [Video]


Not now, but we will with the new consoles.
slannmage23/06/2020 10:34

Not now, but we will with the new consoles.


Yeah i'd say it's a save bet most pc games out in two years time will lean heavily on SSD and will likely need a PCI3 NVME at a minimum
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