WD Green 120GB 2.5" 7mm Solid State Drive £39.52 @ Ebuyer
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WD Green 120GB 2.5" 7mm Solid State Drive £39.52 @ Ebuyer

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Found 17th Feb
1.5 percent cashback from TCB makes it 38.90
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240gb just 62 pounds after tcb
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meetmax2 m ago

Look at my deal for …Look at my deal for 240gbhttps://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/western-digital-ssd-green-240gb-25-7mm-sata-gen-3-6298-at-amazon-2893193



-0.90 pences
Will this work in a softmoded PS2?
ricardasgudkovas1 h, 42 m ago

-0.90 pences


They wont pay cb, so Amazon probably a better bet! just saying! ;-)
pazuzu173 h, 22 m ago

Will this work in a softmoded PS2?


Assuming you're talking about the internal drive for the original model, it used PATA, so you'd need a converter to use a SATA drive. It did use a 3.5" drive so there'd probably be room for the drive and a converter.

If you're using the drive through USB, IIRC all models of PS2 have USB1 ports, so literally the crappiest, slowest USB drive (flash or mechanical) would max it out.

You'd have to be off your head to waste an SSD on a PS2.
WG4711 h, 45 m ago

Assuming you're talking about the internal drive for the original model, …Assuming you're talking about the internal drive for the original model, it used PATA, so you'd need a converter to use a SATA drive. It did use a 3.5" drive so there'd probably be room for the drive and a converter.If you're using the drive through USB, IIRC all models of PS2 have USB1 ports, so literally the crappiest, slowest USB drive (flash or mechanical) would max it out.You'd have to be off your head to waste an SSD on a PS2.


Hi. I've currently got a SATA Network Adaptor and FreeMcBoot on a memory card. I've already tried a 2.5" sata HDD but running Winhip failed to load an ISO onto said HDD. I simply want to back up my collection of PS2 games and save wear and tear' on the disc reader.
It sounds like you're doing something wrong then, or it's a compatibility issue.

I'm sure there's a list of compatible drives, so find a compatible mechanical drive and buy it. An SSD is a complete waste of money for a PS2 because you won't see speeds any faster than a mechanical drive.
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