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Crucial MX500 2TB CT2000MX500SSD1-up to 560 MB / s (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 inch, Internal SSD) £165 @ Amazon Germany
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Thanks @reindeer333 (y) I found this as well. XD (highfive) You can use your Amazon UK credentials to order this and will be bit cheaper if you use fee free card and pay… Read more

Check you haven’t been charged extra VAT in a second charge. I bought a different drive and it charged me twice. I think it must have been an issue on the site.


Well I've had the despatch email from Amazon saying it's, erm, despatched - guess I'll have to wait and see if they arrive tomorrow or not. Hope so, never got those Dodgy phones that had 95% discount a few months ago...


Was this promotion a price error because they are offering 0.77 discount now and the price has increased


It’ll be around again at some point. Last time I wanted to get it and missed it at around £180. Worse case scenario you’re waiting until Black Friday but may we’ll be around this price again before then.


Still a great price, don’t sweat it

Crucial MX500 1TB SSD £86.16 @ Amazon Germany
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Further price drop on this SSD at Amazon Germany. Ensure the €12.39 voucher has been activated on the product page before checking out. Sequential reads/writes up to 560/510 MB/… Read more
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What's these m.2 nvme drives and don't Samsung offer the speed and reliability


In terms of speed the MX 500 is very good, almost best in class. The Samsung's are more reliable though. If you can afford it get the Samsung, but at that point you'd want to look into m.2 nvme drives.


Really? I was advised in another thread the Samsung one was superior in terms of Dram and reliability as a main drive? This stuff is quite confusing for myself. :)


Glad to see these back at more reasonable prices.


I’ve got ordered got my third mx500 1TB to go into my third ps4 pro 😝😝

Crucial MX500 2TB Solid Sate Drive SSD (Internal) *Open Box* - £192 inc delivery @ CCLOnline
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Update 27 Jun : Price increased to £200.24 Please note that this is an open box clearance item . It may have been repaired by the manufacturer, or returned to us by another custo… Read more
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Because NVMe hasn't replaced SATA. They can both live in harmony for a while longer. I use more HDD's than SSD's right now and until there's much less of a price difference I will continue. Plus NVMe uses PCI-e lanes and we're not currently saturated in them in the general consumer end of the market.


But why if its obsolete tech? IDE became obsolete once SATA was released. Edit: i realise some folk still rely on HDDs to store bulk data cheaply and thats almost exclusively SATA interface. I guess once SSDs completely replace HDDs for bulk storage will only be then that SATA is finally put to bed.


SATA will stay relevant for a while longer too.


Surprised SATA SSDs are still relevant these days. Nearly all motherboards and laptops nowadays have M2/NVME support which have a much faster PCIe interface, so SATA is obsolete tech.


So basically normal price for 2nd hand lol... the basic rule is a quid per the hell is this a deal...

1TB Crucial MX500 (3D NAND SATA 2.5-Inch Internal SSD) Solid State Drive £97.81 @
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Posted 25th JunPosted 25th Jun
Approx £94.60 (€104.80) using a fee free card. Standard packaging. Price includes P&P
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Runs on garbage nowadays


Yes, universal


Is this exactly the same as if you were to buy it in the UK ...


Samsung evo 860 1tb on ebay going for £116.85 using a code


Got there eventually... busy at work. Isn't that what the 'mods' are for or am I mistaken?

Crucial 4GB DDR4 2400 MT/s C17 Laptop Memory £16.97 at Amazon (+£4.49 non prime)
Posted 24th JunPosted 24th Jun
Nice laptop memory upgrade, might suit someone.

Sorry I got it the wrong way round. 🤭


Cheers but I’m looking at 2x 8gb not a bad price though


Seen these on Ebay


Shame it’s not 8gb I need to swap out a pair of 4gb


The 2666MHz is £17.91 too. Not sure how much difference it would make though.

Crucial 16GB (2x8gb) DDR4, 3200 MT/s SODIMM £57.99 at the-original-tech-world ebay
Posted 24th JunPosted 24th Jun
Crucial CT2K8G4SFS832A 16 GB Kit│DDR4│3200 MT/s│PC4-25600│SODIMM│260-Pin Memory Seems a good price for those of us who have recently bought a ga… Read more
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Thanks (y) , i’ve decided to wait as well. no need o hurry


It is listed as compatible on the crucial website so should be absolutely fine


I think it should from the research I have done. Not bought it myself yet as still not sure if to just wait a while as not urgent


Hi, will this work with acer nitro 5? I mean it has 3200 speed, not sure should i buy it. i bought the same laptop, sorry, total noob.


Ordered thanks , was looking for some ram for my laptop, should come friday or sat, will report back of any issues ;)

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Crucial MX500 1TB Internal SSD, 3D NAND, up to 560 MB / s £98.79 at sereneituk/ebay with code
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Update - deal unexpired 24/06
Decent offer on this quality drive.

Heat OP (y) after buying the latest HP Pavilion 15 Ryzen5 4600H, this will do nicely for storage 8) , now for the big ram upgrade ;) :D "ONLY 3 LEFT" if anyone else is thinking about it (y)


No, my bad, i will erase last mssage. It is worth noting if you havent bought on ebay for some time you may get an extra fiver off, (but you have to manually copy/paste the code on the last pay page!) So that is a nice bit of icing on the deal.


Did you use the code?


Yep, that is what I did. Got a couple of cables under £10 total. Working fine for the last few months.


it does not even need an enclosure. You just need the relevant cable - sabrent brand is good. I use this for various computer fixes. Its a solidly made drive. The outer casing is metal. (edit) But as you can get outer cases for less than £7 then you may as well get one of theses USB3 ones as it includes a cable.

Crucial BX500 2TB Internal SSD (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch) £143.86 Delivered (£137 Fee Fee) @ Amazon Germany
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Price drop from £162.78 to £143.86 - 30/06
Discount applies at checkout - £143.86 delivered for the Crucial BX500 2 TB Internal SSD, or approx £137 with a fee free card. Can login to Amazon Germany using Amazon UK credentia… Read more

Looks like have now done a second charge on my card for another £30. They have updated my invoice and order details online to add VAT. This is a bit underhand, maybe that was the glitch, but surely they can’t change the amount now, it’s says on the page the final value displayed includes VAT. If anyone else ordered I suggest you check your credit card. If anyone has a screen grab of the price, that might help.


Amen to that.


I think it was 2 quid at time of posting I think.


back up to £161-ish - was it an error?


Majority people wants to upgrade from hdd to ssd. Even dramless will increase the speed by 9x compared to hdd. I have both mx500 and bx500 in my lab and couldn't even find any difference for devops workloads. I'm more of thinking DRAMless sata is the sweet spot for normal activities If someone needs high performance, they would go directly to nvme and why should they even look for SATA drives?

Crucial MX500 CT1000MX500SSD1 1 TB [3D NAND SATA 2.5" Internal SSD] - £95.16 / £92 fee free @ Amazon Italy
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Posted 19th JunPosted 19th Jun
A high quality and reliable SSD at a good price. Cost is £95.16 delivered from Amazon Italy or approx £92 with a fee free card like Revolut. Features & details Seq… Read more

Well I think if I remember correctly the free Acronis license won't work with the drive in a caddy, it needs a SATA connection to properly identify the SSD SMART information that qualifies it for free use.... I guess USB drives are too easy to emulate or something...


yes, its in a caddy via USB, i have tried Macrium but ran into another problem, Macrium couldn't clone because the sector size wasn't the same. It says 512 bytes from old hard drive not compatible with 4096 bytes on new drive. I guess it may have something to do with originally the OS was Win 7 upgraded to Win 10, but i don't know


This still shows me as EUR 113,90, so not sure if this deal is still vaid even


Is the Crucial drive in a USB caddy connected externally? just an idea? I have had the same problems with these free licenses with SSD's, I just used Macrium instead.


For backup and cloning you can't really beat Macrium Reflect Free. The paid version is even better.

Crucial MX500 CT500MX500SSD1 500 GB (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch, Internal SSD) - £59.07 @ Amazon
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8p more expensive than the last deal I posted on this, but this one is sold by Amazon, so you get the delivery benefits!

Great bit of kit & great price! (y)


No motherboards or psu's available, huge chunks of the states and U.K. just dumped parachute money into pc builds to kill 3 months .. The world economy is gonna go down the khazi for a year or two.. 'Probably' not the best time in the world to buy a S.A.T.A. SSD considering how many supply companies will go bust but we will see I guess.. Interesting times.

uni the mx500 is supposed to be one of the fastest consumer sata SSD's, faster than the WD one


Any advantage to this over a WD Blue 3D NAND SATA SSD 500GB at £57.99?


The other deal afair was a Chinese one. That wouldn't include vat or duties. If Customs catch you - then that is going to be a much more expensive than this offer. If they don't then you have cheated the rest of us of rather more than 8p. Please don't be selfish - our NHS has to be paid for ...

Crucial 1TB M.2 NVME SSD - Free Delivery £99.84 @ CCLOnline
Posted 17th JunPosted 17th Jun
Read Speed Up to 2,000 MB/s Write Speed Up to 1,700 MB/s 4K Random Read (AS SSD) Up to 170,000 IOPS 4K Random Write (AS SSD) Up to 240,000 IOPS ** Reading about these today and di… Read more

Thanks for the advice (y)


It is irrelevant. What you are talking about is bandwidth. You fundamentally don't understand PC tech I'm afraid. More lanes at lower bandwidth = Fewer lanes at higher bandwidth. The maths is pretty easy. It's how every bus works. The custom side of the PS5 SSD has nothing to do with lanes but the flash controller. I suggest you have a long read of this


Right, well the lanes aren't irrelevant. The lanes are used simultaneously on the ps5 in order to facilitate multiple data streams at once. I think Cerny mentioned certain lanes used for certain things, but I can't quite recall. The bottom line (which Cerny explicitly stated during the presentation) is that nvme drives need to have speeds higher than 5.5gpbs in order to match performance of the internal SSD. An nvme with 5.5gbps still won't keep up with the internal storage. It needs more to compensate for architectural benefits (read: 2x additional lanes, among other things) by providing higher bandwidth. The lanes aren't irrelevant. At this point, you're arguing directly with the architect of the PlayStation 4 and 5. I've removed my "interpretation" and I'm repeating what he said. The nvme needs to be higher gbps to overcome it's shortcomings.


I'm afraid none of that makes any sense. You are hung up on lanes for some reason. It is irrelevant. The bandwidth is what matters and PCIE 4 SSDs will exist that beat 5.5GB/s and they aren't hampered by using 4 lanes. Not even close. It's even in one of their presentation slides to which I linked above. I appreciate you are probably just interpreting what cerny said, but it's an incorrect interpretation.


The internal SSD of the ps5 is 6 Lanes giving a total of 5.5gbps transfer rate. An nvme with a transfer rate of 5.5gbps will not be equal and compatible, as it only has 4 Lanes. Sony stated that the nvme would need to have a higher transfer speed to overcome that. 5.5gbps isn't enough for the nvme to match the performance of the internal SSD. It needs to be higher. Cerny stated this in his presentation. Hope that clears up what I meant.

Emotional Intelligence: Why it is Crucial for Success in Life and Business Free Kindle Edition @ Amazon
Posted 17th JunPosted 17th Jun
Would you like to improve your relationships and learn how to recognize the triggers behind your emotions? Would you like to learn how to manage your reaction to those emotions … Read more

46 pages!!


Just that statement alone is a clear indication of why you need this book.


Will this get me off? Asking for a friend


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Crucial MX500 CT500MX500SSD1 500 GB (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch, Internal SSD) - £58.99 - Sold by GAMEAMZ @ Amazon
Posted 16th JunPosted 16th Jun
Brand new MX500 500GB. Cheapest I can find this. Only drawback is the slow (but free) delivery. Sequential reads/writes up to 560/510 MB/s and random reads/writes up to 95k/90k … Read more
Zikohh Sold by amazon for 59 with frustration free packaging, but not sure if its a good idea since it's an SSD?




This is not an m.2 drive, it will not fit into an m.2 slot.


Hi. Sorry newb question. Would this work in an honor magicbook? I've read that... "The LITE-ON CV8-8E256 is a SATA SSD, but the good news is the M.2 port supports PCI-E SSD, so if you are not satisfied with the SATA SSD, you can upgrade to a PCI-E SSD."


Yep, can't see anywhere where it says the item sold by this seller is fulfilled by Amazon. Great bit of kit. Probably better off spending the extra £3 and getting the Amazon CS experience. (y)

Crucial BX500 CT1000BX500SSD1 1 TB Internal SSD (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch) £89.36 @ Amazon
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Update - price increase from £89 to £89.36 on 26/06
Crucial BX500 CT1000BX500SSD1 1 TB Internal SSD (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch) £89 @ Amazon. Features & details Boot up faster; load files quicker; improve overall system re… Read more

I just checked and that benchmarking site is showing the BX500 as being 10% faster than the QVO? Am I missing something? :)


Cheers mate (highfive) updated


£1 down. (y)


I bought one of these few months back for like £75, it's great to use as secondary drive for games/media storage drive but I wouldn't use it as a boot drive.


Hi. Sorry newb question. Would this work in an honor magicbook? I've read that... "The LITE-ON CV8-8E256 is a SATA SSD, but the good news is the M.2 port supports PCI-E SSD, so if you are not satisfied with the SATA SSD, you can upgrade to a PCI-E SSD."

Crucial P2 500GB NVMe, PCIe, M.2 - £61.61 @ Amazon
Posted 14th JunPosted 14th Jun
This is the sucessor to the popular P1 drive from Crucial Capacities up to 500 GB with sequential reads/writes up to 2,300/940 MB/s NVMe PCIe interface, marking the next step i… Read more
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Thanks mate. I got only: "At risk (SMART Event)"


Get the Kioxia: It's Phison E12S with DRAM and Kioxia 96L BICS4 TLC (Kioxia was formerly Toshiba's memory division) Also what SMART error did you get with the Crucial P2? You might not need to return it. 'Number of Error Information Log Entries' having a few errors and growing is not uncommon for Phison SSDs, you usually will get 1-2 for every reboot. The main ones to look for are 'Critical Warning' and 'Media and Data Integrity Errors'.


Coming up as 69.99 with delayed delivery for me now 😔


Thanks bud imma return the P2 and get that.


Yeah might return P2 has a smart error.

Crucial BX500 CT2000BX500SSD1 2 TB Internal SSD (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch) £159.48 Delivered @ Amazon UK
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Credit and a massive thanks to @ms84 for his post from yesterday, As predicted this has happened as we talked about. (y) Boot up faster; load files quicker; improve overall s… Read more

This is amazing, won't be long before the old desktop hard drives are a thing of the past for storage..


Will this fit in a Mac mini 2010 model and be good for photo editing and storing pictures. Currently have 128gb ssd but that’s getting full.


Good price. Although it's worth noting, in addition to the DRAM-less caveats, that the 2TB variant of the BX500 is significantly slower than other capacities at for everything other than sequential performance.


At £202.47 inc delivery I think I will give uk a miss thanks.


That's just bad luck. Try the samsung 860. I love saying this and hitting nails into a huge alien space coffin: just avoid the evil global non-tax-paying law-exempt Amazon corporation. How about everyone in the world gives Jeff Bezos all of their money? have great tech and customer service.

Crucial BX500 CT2000BX500SSD1 2TB Internal SSD (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch) - £174.84 @ Amazon
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Sorry for the lack of knowledge, Will this fit a Mac mini 2010? Currently have 128gb ssd that’s due an upgrade.


I'd suggest holding out to Prime Day (if feasible). No guarantees but I'm fairly sure that between the EU Amazon sites the MX500 will come up at reduced price at 1 or 2 TB capacity


the tens of thousands of PS5s currently in production has probably driven this down


Apologies, didn't want to spoil the deal so deleted.. my comment (embarrassed)


@Brutes tbh had been waiting for Amazon to price match that merchant (embarrassed) but it would have been posted by somebody else anyway so gave it a try (cheeky) thanks for the heat (y)

Crucial CT500P1SSD8 P1 500GB NVME PCIe SSD - £63.43 @ Amazon
Posted 12th JunPosted 12th Jun
500GB NVME drive from crucial not currently in stock but available to order Capacities up to 1 TB with sequential reads/writes up to 2,000/1,700 MB/s NVMe PCIe interfa… Read more
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I bought an MX500 500GB that arrived yesterday for £60. Is this P1 or the P2 a better buy for a couple of quid more? The Crucial site gives the 500GB a 180TBW for the MX500 versus only 100TBW for the P1 and 150TBW for the P2.But is there more to durability than that? The extra speeds for NVMe would be nice...


P2 will have better endurance, speed are still dissappointing, but good enough if on a budget. P1 1TB is actually very capable and is around £100 atm


Good spot, post it as a deal (y) Although the P2 seems to take a hit on write speeds compared to the P1, with slightly higher read speeds


The new Crucial P2 NVMe's are this price on their website, may be better getting one of them, well it's definitely surely going to be.


P2 500gb even cheaper

Crucial 16GB DDR4, 2666 MT/s, SODIMM Laptop Memory, £54.99 at Amazon
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Good price and quality memory. Specs - DDR4 PC4-21300 • CL=19 • Dual Ranked • x8 based • Unbuffered • NON-ECC • DDR4-2666 • 1.2V • 2048Meg x 64 •

Question for the techies. My son's laptop currently has the 1x 8GB Samsung M471A2K43CB1-CRC DDR4 RAM. which needs upgrading to 16GB. 1. Can I buy an additional 8GB stick Crucial and pair it with the Samsung? Would there be any conflict or decrease in performance? 2. Buy the 16GB Crucial and sell the Samsung on eBay? Thanks


Bought one not long ago. Will buy another one; taking my P50 to 40gb


Will this play Elite?


No one needs more then 64 kilobytes of memory


Does anybody know what CL has stock ram from Legion Y540 Samsung brand? Cheers!

2TB Crucial SSD MX500 Solid State Drive (560MB/s Read 510MB/s), £179.55 at the-original-tech-world / ebay with code
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Good price and quality drive on offer here, hope it helps. 2TB Crucial MX500, 2.5" SSD, SATA III - 6Gb/s, SM2258, 3D TLC NAND, Read 560MB/s, Write 510MB/s, 95k/90k IOP… Read more

Just delivered much better than viking lol


Yes, your missing the deal...... Its expired


showing as 199 now? with code takes it to £189 am i missing something?


Just bought 2x 1TB. Absolutely loving it. I may have too many drives


Good deal! Bought it just before he put the price up by £1!

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