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Crucial Ballistix 16GB (8GB x2) 3600MHz DDR4 C16 White Memory Kit, £72.09 sold by Amazon US at Amazon
Posted 18 h, 51 m agoPosted 18 h, 51 m ago
Good price for this memory. Ballistix - DDR4 - 16 GB: 2 x 8 GB - DIMM 288-PIN - 3600 MHz / PC4-28800 - CL16 - 1.35 V - unbuffered - non-ECC - red group RAM manufacturer Micron Tec… Read more



Not necessarily, just curious. I've had 16-16-16-32 @ 3600 with 4 sticks stable for months but I cannot achieve a 14 CL no matter how loose I take things. Could be board related.


I haven't seen a 16GB stick of this (3600MHz, C16) since round about last December. Do they still make them?


You have to isolate for 10 days :)


I get 3800 cl14 with 1.5v on 4 sticks. You want to see timings?

Crucial Ballistix 16GB (8GB x2) CL16 3200 MHz DDR4 Black Memory Kit - £65.80 (UK Mainland) sold by Amazon US at Amazon
Posted 22 h, 42 m agoPosted 22 h, 42 m agoShipping from United StatesShipping from United States
Good price for this kit. Crucial Ballistix gaming memory is designed for high-performance overclocking and is ideal for gamers and performance enthusiasts looking to push beyond… Read more

This is the ram you want if you want to pay the same amount of money as for any other but have a huge headroom if you want to try overclocking one day. Had 3 sets of 3000 & 3200mhz and they all ran at 3800MHz C16 no problem (and would probably do more but Ryzen 3xxx doesn't allow them.)

Crucial P2 500GB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD, £46.05 at Amazon
Posted 17th JunPosted 17th Jun
Good price for this drive. Whether you're at work, in the game, or on the go, ordinary bootup speeds can frustrate your best laid plans. Good thing the Crucial® P2 SSD really fl… Read more

Seems the P2 in this deal came out in 2020. So probably an older drive. I won't buy seagate drives because i've had so many fail lol.


I must confess that I'm not certain. Both laptop M.2 issues occurred around April or May 2019. One Laptop (the Lenovo) was at work the other belong to a friend who had bought the drive off Amazon. They were both Crucial 500gb. They look like the ones in the image but I can't be certain it was the P2 if other 500gb variants are available.


Was it the P2 drive?


Is it worth buying an adapter card for these to use on slightly older boards, or just stick with stand alone SSDs?


Perhaps it's just an issue with laptops. Although one was made by HP and the other by Lenovo so it's more than one brand of Laptop. With the Lenovo failure I swapped out the Crucial M.2 for Samsung and the problem then went away. Both were 500GB Crucial M.2

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Used Like New Crucial MX500 1 TB SSD £66.29 via Amazon Warehouse
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Posted 16th JunPosted 16th Jun
About this item Sequential reads/writes up to 560/510 mb/s and random reads/writes up to 95k/90k on all file types Accelerated by micron 3d nand technology Integrated power loss… Read more

Yep and a lot of a time that's for the best.


But the thing is you are talking about technical stuff that most people haven't got a clue about & would never attempt to recover data. At best they would pay someone else to do it. If you know what I mean.


Just check the wear levels in Crucial's software. You won't lose your data if an ssd wears out, worn blocks will be swapped out from over provision/spare area until there aren't any left. Once that happens it won't be able to write any more but the existing data is still readable. Had this with my crucial m4 last year.


If I lost my hard drive I would be stuffed. Very rarely back it up if ever. Too lazy. Not sure how many were in stock


Ah, forgot that part, I myself keep only games and a few irrelevant software on there so losing data wouldn't bother me? Depends on usage. Expired fast tho how many was in stock?

Internal SSD Crucial BX500 1TB CT1000BX500SSD1(Z) - Upto 540 MB/s (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch), Black - £71 @ Amazon
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Posted 16th JunPosted 16th Jun
About this item Boot up faster. Load files quicker. Improve overall system responsiveness 300 Percent faster than a typical hard drive Improves battery life because it’s 45x mor… Read more

Macrium reflect, yes it would. You could Also do a fresh install if your computers registered to you ms account I'm sure. Log into Microsoft and check your devices there.


Needs expiring.Now £92,39


I've been thinking of swapping over to SSD. What program do people use nowadays to clone my existing drive onto a SSD and would it copy my Windows 10 licence ? I would prefer a fresh install but I can't find my Windows 10 licence and the stickers rubbed off.


I got the 1TB MX for £62.64 from amazon in April. This BX could be cheaper than this. Especially as 480GB is around £33