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Western Digital Green 1 TB Internal SSD 2.5 Inch SATA + 3 Year Warranty - £91.99 with code delivered @ Western Digital Shop
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Western Digital Green 1 TB Internal SSD 2.5 Inch SATA + 3 Year Warranty - £91.99 with code delivered @ Western Digital Shop

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Posted 23rd AprEdited by:"apur32"

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Good offer and even better with student, teacher or senior discount .....15%here
Thank you @Tacavas for the heads up

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Would this potentially be £78.20 from £91.99 with 15% off?
Or is it £82.45 from £96.99 with 15% off?
CHUNGHO123/04/2020 17:30

Would this potentially be £78.20 from £91.99 with 15% off?Or is it £82.45 f …Would this potentially be £78.20 from £91.99 with 15% off?Or is it £82.45 from £96.99 with 15% off?


Student discount ?
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Shame I am not a STUDENT, a TEACHER or aged55+ YEARS OLD?
Pokora23/04/2020 17:33

Student discount ?


Yep, student/teacher/senior discount from the first line in the post.

Went on the link,
"The coupon code may not be combined, used in conjunction with or used in addition to any other promotion or offer."

Seems like it will be £82.45. Voted hot.
I had to read tthis again, thought it was a SATA drive.... Heat added good deal and I qualify as a senior......
How does this compare to the Samsung T5 speed wise? I'm tempted to get an enclosure and use it as an external SSD if thats possible.
Would this be ok for an Xbox one in a caddy? I presume it’s faster than the limitations of the Xbox connection?
davecox23/04/2020 17:46

I had to read tthis again, thought it was a SATA drive.... Heat added good …I had to read tthis again, thought it was a SATA drive.... Heat added good deal and I qualify as a senior......


It is a SATA 2.5" SSD
Edited by: "spannerzone" 23rd Apr
spannerzone23/04/2020 18:23

It is a SATA 2.5" SSD


Sorry, yes, thought it was a normal drive, not SSD
davecox23/04/2020 18:25

Sorry, yes, thought it was a normal drive, not SSD


ah ok gotcha
Be nice if it was a 5 year warranty..
SSD benchmark lists this as a lot slower than the Samsung qvo, which I think has been on offer recently. Hard to say what the real world difference is like though
davecox23/04/2020 18:25

Sorry, yes, thought it was a normal drive, not SSD


a 'normal' is called a HDD
Lexeus24/04/2020 06:56

What SSD has 5 years?


There's a fair few out there, tend to be more expensive items though. I say this as my £140 1tb expensive SSD failed just after 3 years the other day and brought Windows crashing down with it.
How would this compare to a crucial mx500?would this be a cheaper option?
Lexeus24/04/2020 06:56

What SSD has 5 years?


Samsung evo 860 to name one
Does anyone know how the warranty works with this?

With general returns it states the product must be returned to Poland at the customers expense (via Fedex or DHL only). Is this the case with a warranty claim too ?
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This ssd is one of the slowest. aliexpress.com/ite…tml has a Weijinto 1Tb SSD for US$95 £76 including postage.

From the user reviews on the page it's fast. In this YouTube review they say it's almost as fast as a Samsung 860 evo:


Weijinto also conduct high-temperature aging tests too.

Don't use all 1Tb. Use 960Gb so the SSD has room for drive management. After partitioning and formatting you'll end up with less, maybe about 920Gb.
Edited by: "dacq" 24th Apr
heeljames23/04/2020 18:16

How does this compare to the Samsung T5 speed wise? I'm tempted to get an …How does this compare to the Samsung T5 speed wise? I'm tempted to get an enclosure and use it as an external SSD if thats possible.


@antonyi

See my comment prior to this comment.
Edited by: "dacq" 24th Apr
happymanuk24/04/2020 13:29

Does anyone know how the warranty works with this?With general returns it …Does anyone know how the warranty works with this?With general returns it states the product must be returned to Poland at the customers expense (via Fedex or DHL only). Is this the case with a warranty claim too ?



You pay for postage there and back.
milo8724/04/2020 09:22

How would this compare to a crucial mx500?would this be a cheaper option?



The WD green is a slow ssd, unlike an mx500 which you can get from crucial.com with a 5-year warranty. See my comment about the Weijinto ssd.
Edited by: "dacq" 24th Apr
If im right in thinking this may use single level cache, i had 4 x SSD green drives in laptops i got the for the family as a gift. Slow down massively on large transfers. ok for basic use i guess

I would still spend the extra and get the other deal posted, unless the samsung evos come down
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dacq24/04/2020 14:43

You pay for postage there and back.


Thanks - That makes it not as attractive, but thanks for the confirmation.
Its hard to recommend buying a larger sata ssd at the minute, unless you absolutely need one.
There is a hanging on disparity twixt u.k. vs u.s. prices (should be 10% diff when you do the £/$ convo cos state taxes max ~8%, this works out eventually in faster moving items like cpu's, gpu's)just leads me to expect a price drop soon ish. Its overdue.
The arguments about interrupted supply etc are all irrelevant, many people are skint and 1Tb ssd's are not essential items..
The self build crowd rightly moving on to nvme, (a p1 500gb tho not brilliant is £66 and I still have sata ssd's kicking about, so no real need for such a sata storage drive,many in that boat )
Basically many of these suppliers are still trying to shift stuff they paid too much for, too long ago and will eventually shift it at 0 profit.
I might buy one at say £79 and not worry about it.
I suspect they would still make a tenner.
I dont think its worthy of a post on hotdeals,
Even at £92, with a 3 year warranty its a bit 'meh'.
WD green was low end ssd storage 5 years ago for cheeses sake, you would have thought they might have chucked in a bit of cache for that money by now.
Edited by: "cranmerman" 24th Apr
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