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Crucial MX500 1TB SSD - M.2 2280 form factor at Amazon.co.uk - £197.99
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Found 17th MayFound 17th May
Not saying this is an amazing deal, but prices are slowly coming down on SSD's especially the 2.5" variety, however I was struggling to find an M.2 at a similar price for the same … Read more
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carsick77

this may be sata but for some people (mainly laptop users) 2.5" drives aren't an option anymore so for them this is a good price. Personally, even in my desktop I would avoid using a 2.5" drive now, if I can help it.

JohnnyRoller

What the guy fails to mention, is that he is from the future. The time travel has given him some jetlag....

Kulaak

Oh it will, many years ahead when this technology is old & small. People will be throwing them away as not to be worth selling. Trust me :D

Berhwale

I remember selling two 4MB SIMMs for £175 each after the Sumitomo Resin factory fire... https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/business/1993/07/22/fallout-from-a-fire-chip-prices-soar/c59d1f0b-493c-4b68-9a37-cf7588ea8641/?utm_term=.a1503358b894

Ben_W

Decent deal but I'm just upvoting for the drama.

Crucial MX500 500GB SSD £104.98 @ Ebuyer
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Found 16th MayFound 16th May
A quick average deal
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Kosmonaut

COLD!! 500GB ssd should not be more than £50-60. They have been out there for more than 5 years now.

pasheast

But that's a whole 2p dearer! ;(

dantesfireplace

Amazon currently have the Samsung 860 Evo 500GB for £105 if anyone's looking for one

thetwistedblue

Maybe not, but it was quick and average.

Horrorwood

"A quick average deal" AKA not a deal? lol..

SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD 250GB £60.82 delivered @ Amazon
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Found 16th MayFound 16th May
SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD 250GB up to 550MB/s Read/ up to 525MB/s Write £60.82 delivered at Amazon According to 3Camel, lowest its been or the MX500 at £62.46?
Bleugh

Thanks OP, got one for the old man

mgowans

..yet it still fits in the same form-factor case. Therefore the 3D NAND has more empty space? :)

Picard123

3D NAND actually takes up less space per memory cell as you can use the XYZ planes instead of just the XY planes (planar NAND). Think 3 storey house v several bungalows. The latter takes up alot more real estate.

ataa98

Might be wrong but I think this is the 121212th deal in computers

mikedigitales

MX500 all day - 5 year warranty!

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Crucial MX500 CT1000MX500SSD1(Z) 1 TB Internal SSD (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch)  £189.99 @ Amazon
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Found 15th MayFound 15th May
Cheapest at the moment i think.
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SandorClegane

Would this SSD work for use as a PS4 internal drive? Thinking of replacing the stock 1TB HDD with an SSD.

Scottc123

Indeed, the correct use of mega, kilo, teras, pico, nano, micro etc for orders of magnitude is governed by SI, and the only acceptable usage is "T" for tera.

Scottc123

Thanks for the tip, will check it out! Checked it out and it is dangerous for use on a desktop PC without a UPS backup power supply as a power cut could result in corrupting the drive if cached data in the RAM is lost before being written to the SSD. Useful for laptops, however.

jasee

Have you installed Crucial Storage Executive? Sometimes these programs can make a considerable difference, not only downloading the latest firmware but optimizing the drives for use under your operating system?

jasee

tera or Tera just indicates a size, no connection with the "B" or "b", see relevant RFC

Crucial MX500 1TB SSD £196.50 - crucial.com
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Cheaper than amazon with free delivery
DJ_REMREM

It's 189.99 on Amazon now lol

Discotech

Still doesn't beat price per GB of the £90 Mx500 500gb a few weeks back, going to hold out for £160 to £170 for a 1tb ssd I think as I'm not in a rush Good price if you want it now though

fiqqer

This premium drive is competing price wise with much inferiror drives - this is the best value drive you can get for this size.

jim_r_mcintosh

Aarrghhh! I always said under 200 was my breaking point. Now I'm going to be forced into buying it.

Hunkerdown

Nice to see the price of the bigger drives coming down. Heat added. :)

Crucial MX500 1TB SATA SSD - £202.13 @ Amazon
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Great price for a 1TB SSD. This one has good speeds too.
guybythesea

This SSD is £196.50 from Crucial, with free (3-5 days) delivery.

BluesFanUK

Longing for the day when I can get a 10TB one for the same price as a mechanical drive. Guess i'll be waiting another decade for that to happen.

jwrodger

Nearly sub £200 for a TB is awesome . Heat from me

iEimis

This doesn’t seem such a great deal, wasn’t 500gb version £89 recently? 1TB (2) = £188, arguably better reliability wise if case has enough space

andymk3

I do hope they keep dropping. 1TB for £150 would be a nice price point for a typical SSD.

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Crucial 4 GB DDR4 RAM £28.99 Amazon
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Not bad for the price. Nice for a budget build.
TehJumpingJawa

Any examples of consumer ddr4 boards that don't? All AM4 motherboards seem to work with ECC. (Though many operate in non-ecc mode) LGA1151 appears to be a similar situation. (Though vendors appear worse at listing it in their spec sheets) LGA2011v3 boards almost certainly do, given their enthusiast target.

eraldo

No ecc memory will not work in most motherboards, in most motherboards it wont even post.

TehJumpingJawa

I ordered a pair on the 23rd April, it arrived on the 30th, so stock does definitely arrive. I combined it with the £10 free credit Amazon £40 top-up promo. As was pointed out the last time this was posted, ECC ram will work on most motherboards; without ECC support it'll simply operate in non-ECC mode. I haven't yet tested its overclocking capabilities, though with its CL17 timing I don't expect it to be super speedy.

kerridge0

Isn't this the item that has been this price forever _but there has been no stock_ ? after all this is much cheaper than what you can get on ebay. Heat.

Simon_E

Yeah as mentioned it is ECC ram so wont work with any intel core ixxxx processors

Crucial MX500 M.2 500GB SATA SSD at Amazon for £99.63
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Great price for a 500gb M.2 from a reputable company
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Cov1986

But the price should be near enough identical too. I've been looking for an affordable M.2. (Sata or PCIe) simply because I already have enough drives and cables in my case :D This isn't a bad price but the Adata XPG SX6000 which is a PCIe (albeit not a great one) is only £117 for 512 GB on Amazon at the moment. I'm really not sure the premium for drives like the 960 Evo is worth it for the average user.

tahmidchowdhury98

Atleast with the NVMe there is a noticeable performance gain but m.2 / Sata SSD are identical. I guess if you've only got an m.2 slot or building a small machine then m.2 is the only option.

MagicBoy

Yeah, I've got an early PCIe drive in a MacBook Pro. It's very fast, but again I can't compare it to a SATA device in that machine as it doesn't have the interface. Plugging one in via USB 3 or Thunderbolt wouldn't be a fair test. It boots a few seconds quicker than my old 2011 MacBook Pro with a SATA drive, but given it only reboots every couple of months when there's an OS update it's not a compelling reason to spend £100 more on a PCIe drive for a Windows PC.

Agharta

The first time I used a PCIe SSD was in a Dell laptop and it seemed snappier to me but I didn’t use it for long. But I can’t say if that was objectively valid as I had never used it with a SATA drive. It did plant the seed of wanting a PCIe Boot drive in my next desktop but not at a large premium. I managed to get a Toshiba XG3 512GB for £115 with a warranty so that wasn’t much of a premium for what is a decent SSD that uses MLC. My data SSD is a mere SATA drive but it is 1.92TB and a data centre drive so it has great consistency, endurance and power protection. If I hadn’t got such good deals I’d probably be slumming it with TLC SATA drives. (lol)

MagicBoy

I'd be intrigued to see the real world performance benefit of a value and premium NVMe drive in typical desktop use over the MX500... Sure a Samsung benchmarks much better, but if that only translates to a half second reduction in actual loading times for something, is it really worth double the cost?

Crucial BX300 CT480BX300SSD1 480GB SSD £99.37 delivered. Sold and shipped by Amazon Italy
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Found 8th MayFound 8th May
Nice deal direct from Amazon.it on this quality 480GB SSD. Just £99.37 delivered. Enjoy. (Sorry for lack of image but you'll see it in the link :-).
FMCHAOS

I ask myself the same about a lot of the 'deals'

Twyll

Cold as ice. The bx300 is old, not great and the mx500 is new, faster and cheaper. Sent from the UK as well. Why is this hot??

zworld

BRRR .... COLD ... Got MX500 500GB SSD for £70!

Jocky.Balboa

Crucials entry level ssd. This is not a good deal considering the Mx500 price.

FMCHAOS

Got to be cold im afraid

Crucial Ballistix Sport LT 8GB DDR4-2666 - £74.10 Delivered @ Yoyotech
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Found 6th MayFound 6th May
Nice discount popped up on these, available in red (using link above) or white (at this link, 26p dearer). Price shown includes the cheapest postage option (3 to 5 days). It is … Read more
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Agharta

But you were looking at a product that you ordered so was presumably known to you whereas the person checking the product might never have seen a PC case in a box before. There are loads of items I could determine issues with quickly but a lot more where I wouldn't know where to start so it might take me ages to determine. Amazon know what is going on and have presumably decided that it's more cost effective not to check things thoroughly. Maybe they do for high cost items but for a PC Case and 16GB of RAM it's not worth the cost.

Agharta

In my case they had replaced Crucial 16GB DDR4 with Kingston 4GB DDR2. Checking the name and size of RAM is a lot quicker and easier than reading a manual and checking that everything is present. I expect them to pick up on basic and obvious fraud but not more subtle stuff.

spellcheck

Corsair PWM fans aren’t particularly cheap, RGB or nay. I take your point but I literally opened the box and there was a manual which said the package should include 1x case, 3x fans, 2x cables, etc. So I guess I didn’t have much sympathy with Amazon.

Bruno.Harris

They might no nothing about pcs tho, so do t know fans should come in the case, any case fans will probably be pretty cheap anyway, corsairs are unless they r "RGB cases"

spellcheck

That’s what the amazon guys said. But I’m no expert either, and it took less than 30 seconds to clarify that the fans were missing...

Crucial MX500 250GB SSD £58.97 @ Ebuyer
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Found 5th MayFound 5th May
Capacity 250GB2.5inch SSDSequential Read/Write 560MB/s - 510MB/sRandom Read/Write IOPS – 95k/90kLimited Five Year Warranty
Cov1986

If you don't mind the "frustration free packaging" (i.e. comes wrapped in cardboard looking like it is a dodgy knock off) this is cheaper on Amazon anyway. And Amazon will (generally) look after you if anything goes wrong... not sure I have the same confidence in eBuyer.

Muig1972

I got mine from Amazon for £40.39 this week, getting £15 off thanks to a couple of the offers listed at the Sandisk deal below (I used the £10 for a £40 Paypoint top up offer and £5 for the app sign-in). It's gone up a couple of quid since then, but still a bargain. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sandisk-ssd-plus-sata-iii-25-240gb-for-3996-delivered-using-top-up-amazon-free-3-amazon-voucher-2932518 https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0764WCXCV?tag=ho01f-21

floppydesk

Rather have Amazon's customer services. Nice price though.

Crucial MX500 500GB SSD, £94.98 at ebuyer
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Capacity 500GB 2.5inch SSD Sequential Read/Write 560MB/s - 510MB/s Random Read/Write IOPS 95k/90k Limited Five Year Warranty
Bogart

Only proviso is it is a 2.5inch drive which this is.

joe_shmoe

there is some considerable tweaking software with both drives, I recommend you ignore all of it. (lol. it appears my tongue has fallen out and I have become an imbecille. lol. lol. lol...)

liltman

Software guff? What do u mean lol. I've not installed any software

joe_shmoe

The crucial mx 500 is somewhere around the 850 evo performance. (higher, probably) Its a bit too close to call but I suspect the crucial will last longer. Simply because all that software guff you are expected to use with the samsung, the crucial its not made such a biggee out of,and my old mx200 drive I never bothered. Still runs like a champ after 4 years. Read ; 530; write 330. good enough for me.

mikeycass

Great price, I also bought off amazon though but previously bought the Samsung evo for my laptop - amazing performance but with 20 quid different decided to try the crucial for my desktop PC. Rock n roll

Crucial MX500 500gb ssd £91.99 at Amazon
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It's pretty good for the price
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haani

Thanks got it for £75.99!! -£10 for paypoint topup -£6 for first amazon gift card

Anon32

Anyne know whether you can replace a mac 2009 hard drive with this? And what you need?

HellriderUKDeals69

Now £91.99

nik1

Thanks v m 4 the useful info. Not yet bought one as want to be fully in the know before I dive in. This info helps greatly (y)

Gatchaman

Do not format the old drive!! Keep it in a safe place and or partition the HDD so your OS is safe if you want to use it as storage as SSD are not 99.9% reliable just yet. Although I've bought a few SSD in the past and none have failed.....yet, cross fingers, I've been reading up on warning signs of failing drives and it's not looking good..... Basically don't put anything important on the SSD that you can't afford to lose. Maybe move your Windows profile to a slow HDD if possible as you have a much better chance of recovering files off the HDD vs the SSD. If your lappie has a CD drive slot you can buy a SATA adaptor that you can use to put your old HDD into the slot so it can be used as additional storage. Explore "Change User Profile Default Location in Windows"

Crucial MX500 250GB 3D NAND SATA 2.5" Internal SSD £55.39 @ Amazon
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A nice price drop for a quality drive with a 5 year warranty! Make sure to choose Frustration Free Packaging for the lowest price from Amazon.
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mikedigitales

Pop the model number of your laptop here and we can check for you (y)

comedychris

Ive just bought a laptop and ssd and ram is replaceable and has spare slot... i know ram has to be specific sodimm smaller not dimm but is there laptop specific ssd?

mikedigitales

The 5 year warranty with generous endurance allowance is the big advantage over the very cheap manufacturers too.

repouk

The £25 integral is half the capacity, so not exactly a like for like comparison. :{

spannerzone

I'd say they're aimed at two different users to some degree - Crucial for an important or often used computer, the integral for something that's less important or older and needs a cheap easy upgrade. both will work ok and most people probably won't know which one they've got inside their PC. I recently plopped the integral and a £4 stick of ram into an 8 year old Dell desktop and now it flies, so for under £30 it's a mega cheap upgrade.... paying more wasn't worthwhile on that older PC.

Crucial CT120BX300SSD1 BX300 120GB SSD £37.19 @ Amazon
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A Top-brand SSD for the price of flaky no-brand tat. I hope I'm in time to stop people from making a bad choice.
BadMoonRyzen

They’re seen as the budget option compared to Samsung or WD but I’ve only ever heard good things about Crucial.

spannerzone

My book is different, Samsung or Crucial then for less important computers it's, Sandisk, Integral, Kingston then then the no names like Kingdian, King Kong, Kong Dong and so of,

floppydesk

Samsung then Corsair then Toshiba ... in my book for quality.

Rich44

Top brand? Crucial in ssd's?

kt121

Crucial is a good brand?....

Crucial CT500MX500SSD1(Z) MX500 500GB £96.98 @ Amazon
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Make sure to select Frustration-Free Packaging for this price. - Product ships in Amazon certified frustration free packaging (may differ from packaging depicted in product colla… Read more
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spannerzone

quite so old bean, quite so :{

chapchap

Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah Zip-A-Dee-A My oh my, what a wonderful day.

Crumbz

Super hot!

ziggycat

Nice deal. Had £45 gift card balance + £6 promotion credit. So just paid £38 for this :D

sundarrajan

Price reduced to £89.92 when selecting "Frustration-Free Packaging"

Crucial MX500 M2 SSD 500gb @ Ebuyer - £102.99
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This was posted a few days ago at £105, dropped another couple of quid. Capacity 500GB M.2 SSD Sequential Read/Write 560MB/s - 510MB/s Random Read/Write IOPS 95k/90k Limite… Read more
knocik

Only 7p more and that is the reason to expire? Oh come on!

yessuz

Crucial CT525MX300SSD4 525 GB MX300 SATA M.2 (2280) Internal Solid State Drive - £121 at amazon. Sequential reads/writes up to 530 / 510 MB/s on all file typesRandom reads/writes up to 92k / 83k on all file typesOver 90x more energy efficient than a typical hard driveAccelerated by Micron 3D NAND technology While WD Blue 3D NAND SATA SSD Internal Storage M.2, 500GB - £108.99 at amazon 556/552 sq read/write And this one Crucial MX500 M.2 2280 500GB SSD is 103 on ebuyer now New model but same specs...

diktiomenos

The MX500 is a brand new model, the 2.5" form factor came on the market in January, while the M.2 just this month. Definitely not on clearance. This is (as mentioned by others) a SATA drive. The closest equivalent would be the 860 EVO (which also is SATA). The 960 EVO is a NVMe drive. Different format (even though they look nearly identical from the outside), much more expensive, way way faster.

Ben_W

You mean Evo M2? This is standard SSD speeds, The Samsung one is a few times faster, total different leagues. This has sequencial reads of about 560mb/s whereas the Samsung will be 3,000mb/s+.

Laurynas_Misevicius

What's the difference with this and the Samsung 960 eco m2?

Crucial MX500 1 TB SSD SATA £202.80 *Lowest ever Amazon price*
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. Product ships in Amazon certified frustration free packaging (may differ from packaging depicted in product collateral) Sequential reads/writes up to 560… Read more
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shamus21

If you can wait it out until year end you will get lower prices .

DingoDirk

This is a very good price for a reputable manufacturer made 1TB SSD. Even Crucial aren't selling them at this price directly.

malachi

Agreed, my NVMe drive gets stupidly hot I had to get heat sinks for it. Hasn't worked though :(

Miketdi

The 2.5" ssd really don't suffer from high temperature. The NVME drives are a different story however.

Anil90

1050GB H0T

Crucial MX500 250GB M.2 Type 2280 Internal SSD - £63.59 @ Crucial
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Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
An excellent deal for one of the best SATA SSDs on the market right now. At a cost of £63.59 + free shipping, this beats that WD Blue SSD on Amazon. It comes with a 5 year warranty… Read more
sailo

I already have both nvme slots populated with nvme drives so the only option is to add m2 sata. Unless I wanted to upgrade 2x nvme drives.

lynchnigel

I beg to differ, you being contankerous we will leave it there ;)

maddogb

i understood it perfectly, it's just you not thinking about your post and then backtracking when you got called out. ;)

lynchnigel

Ive not said it does, I dont think you understand what i've written, Its a generalised statement not one thats aimed at anyone particular. You mean working in IT all this time has been a failing?

fiqqer

Yep! So even though it was cheap I have to spend an extra £150 for it to work as it should. That is £150 more than a good reconditioned business one. I usually buy refurbished business laptops which have always been great - both processing power and battery life. I thought Id' go with newish home user laptop this time. I'll be going back to my refurbished business laptops. They are much better value - much better made and much easier to upgrade.

Crucial 4GB DDR4 2400 ECC 288 pin £28.99 @ Amazon.co.uk
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Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
Temporarily out of stock, but accepting orders. Note, This is ECC ram. If your motherboard/cpu doesn't support ECC, this ram WILL NOT WORK. Not sure what's going on with Amazon's… Read more
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TehJumpingJawa

Wow, actually in stock. Didn't expect that! 5 in stock.... I order 2.... 7 in stock. Good stock system you've got there Amazon!

KetanS

Do you know if the same applies to DDR3 memory?

TehJumpingJawa

My bad, I was being ultra cautious. It looks like ECC does indeed work in almost all modern motherboards, though you obviously won't get the ECC benefits without support from motherboard & CPU.

Outcasst

ECC RAM will work with a none ECC system.

jayjayuk1234

Seen this before, months ago, it's never been in stock

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