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Crucial MX500 CT500MX500SSD1(Z) 500 GB Internal SSD (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch) @ Amazon Prime Day
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Crucial MX500 CT500MX500SSD1(Z) 500 GB Internal SSD (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch)
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Expired - Up to £87.97


this came at the right time. Actually building my very first computer and this came up! £59.99 after the Student15 code. I remember only a few years back when £60 wouldn't even get you 120gb.. love it. HEAT


It'll come with an Acronis coupon in the box (locked to Crucial drives). Use that or Macrium reflect which is free.


That was the M4 series about 6/7 years ago. They fixed it with a firmware update, no problems since.


What do people use for Windows transfer. I had Samsung b4 and software is great ? TIA

Crucial MX500 CT1000MX500SSD1(Z) 1 TB Internal SSD (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch) - £149.99 @ Amazon Prime Day
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Crucial MX500 CT1000MX500SSD1(Z) 1 TB Internal SSD (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch)
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This has gone too. Expire please.


I'm not sure about Xbox, I put one in my PS4 pro the loading time is way quicker than the original drive.



Would it make much of a difference putting one of these in an Xbox One?


Wait until it shows on your UK amazon account as "delivered" status, then go to help, choose the order number of the drive, choose live chat, once there, ask (( nicely! )) and they will refund the difference you paid, to the prime day deal price on this one, to your payment card (y)

Crucial MX500 2 TB SSD £259.99 @ Amazon Prime Day
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Part of prime day. No need to order from a European amazon. A massive amount of space in SSD form.

Yes but again, that’s a largely niche and professional thing right? And I have no doubt in that situation it’s exactky what you need.


It's simply payback - for us working in digital industry, a single project could take few hundred GB easily, and working on HDD is just not feasible. IMO if someone could utilize it for more income, that's definitely a bargain. When 2TB SSD hits £100, likely it's gonna be QLC - still good for steam library though, but just not for work.


My DAW folder is 824GB and I have a bunch of libraries that I haven't installed yet some of which are over 100GB. When you are loading large sample libraries it is good to use an SSD.


Worth keeping an eye out on their deals the rest of today. I missed out on a baby carrier that came back on an even better deal just before lunchtime


Expired by the looks of it.. God damn it!

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Crucial MX500 1TB SSD Drive £150.20 Amazon Spain
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Great price for 1TB MX500 !

Just received the MX500. Whilst ordered from the Spanish amazon site, this product was definately shipped from the UK. Shipped by royal mail and delivered by Hermes parcels. The amazon returns address is in the UK and the Micron address is 12 Redwood Crescent, East Kilbride, Glasgow.


I just bought this with my Revolut card. Went for the expedited shipping to be delivered by July 19 and cost me EUR171.70 (GBP152). Can I still register this with Crucial for the Limited 5-years warranty?


Do you care about NVMe? Or just the physical M.2 connector which can be either NVMe or Sata?


Worth it for the PS4 Pro?


No, MX500 is the *latest model.

Crucial MX300 525Gb £89.99 @ Amazon
Found 13th JulFound 13th Jul
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Paid £202 for the MX500 1TB a few months ago and that was a bank holiday special.


Probs no commission


To repeat what others have said, get the MX500, the best mainstream consumer SSD for perframnce and value.


Yup. This website sucks not wasting my time posting any more deals. You have fun with the voting system and it's there for one reason only to keep you posting for free so they make money out of you. Let the mods who think their really something find the deals. So agree with you why do you think amazon dross is always allowed you click through the zenapps link and they rake in tje money


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Crucial MX500 500gb ssd - £87.97 @ Amazon
Found 11th JulFound 11th Jul
Great for the price (y)

Nothing wrong apart from the fact they bait and switched the drives?


There is nothing wrong with the Kingston as a basic drive. The Crucial has better performance and longevity, as well as larger 20gb extra capacity.


What about a kingston v300?


To buy now or wait for Prime day...decisions decisions! There will be a SSD deal, just hard to predict which one it will be. Probably a SanDisk Plus.


Nice to see prices keep falling, might see a sub £150 1tb soon.... (y)

Crucial MX300 2TB SATA 2.5-inch 7mm Internal SSD only £299 delivered @
Found 11th JulFound 11th Jul
This is the cheapest, decent 2TB SSD I am able to find currently, at approximately 14.95p per GB, and very good value if you need large amounts of semi-fast storage, or as I will b… Read more
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£60 more than the misprice a few months ago (I got one), hot! The next year will hopefully be a good time for SSD prices, unless demand goes up.


(y) I just 'upgraded' from 3 of those in RAID 0 to a single 2TB MX500. Thankfully prices are finally dropping down to sensible levels.


Getting back to the prices from 2 1/2 years ago. Remember getting a 750gb for £104 on a hot deal also this is actually better price per Gb.


Yeah 2TB, I bought Micron 1100 drives last time, which was about 2 months ago. However these have now come down to a level where I can use those instead. :)


Its a 2 TB drive

Crucial MX500 500GB SSD - £88.30 @ Amazon
Found 11th JulFound 11th Jul
Cheapest it's been

Both standard and FFP are now £87.97


Thanks, so basically in this case they would just pack your ssd straight in one of their boxes and take it out of its original packaging, thus throwing a shadow of a doubt over your purchase, not knowing if yours was brand new and sealed or perhaps another customer's return. Le: as I type, price has gone down a bit for the standard packaging at least.



Frustration free packaging is £88.30, standard packaging is £89.96. What's the difference between the two? I've seen some people around here having issues with the frustration free packaging.


wow remember when 128GB for £100 had been bargain :)

Crucial MX500 2TB Internal SSD - £260.31 (£247.40 fee free card) -
Found 9th JulFound 9th Jul
Currently £120 cheaper than the price on , which is the cheapest I can see on the internet. £120/31% reduction, looks like a cracking deal to me. £247.50 with a cu… Read more
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Awesome thanks


I use this for checking drive stats or you could see what Crucial offer: Here it is connected via a USB enclosure with the Serial Number hidden:


That's good I'm glad it works ok. Could you let me know how you get on with Crucial re warranty? Thanks! Also, it's defo 2tb? How did you check power on statistics?


Hi all just performed to latest update. BEWARE. I did update through Crucial software. Everything looked straightforward just click on live update and wait until its all finish. BUT in the end i have the message that update failed. And after PC restarted itself the drive wasnt on devices list. OMG i thought all my data will be lost. I restarted PC again still the drive wasnt there. Luckily i unplugged the drive completely from PC and started PC without it. Then turned it off and plugged the drive back. What a relief that ssd is on list and no data loss. Also the drive has latest firmware. I dont know what went wrong during update or Crucial software is buggy. So think twice when you going to update your MX500


Bare Drive in a padded envelope and nothing else.

Crucial MX300 1TB SATA 2.5" SSD 7mm only £154 @
Found 5th JulFound 5th Jul
Good price, good drive, good seller, good warranty, good deal (IMO). :) Dispatched & Sold by Amazon. Once in the basket the SSD ~€169.00, and the shipping is only €5.57. … Read more
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Price updated, dropped about £4-5 now.


Are these comparable with certain laptops or used as an external


You be got yourself a job now man, will be searching laptop model specs all day


No problem, it looks like you'll need the M.2 SSD then, unless you want to dump the spinning disk.


Also has conventional 1TB hard drive. Thanks for the manual!!!

Crucial mx500 1TB SSD - £179.97 @ Amazon
Found 5th JulFound 5th Jul
Great for the price (y)

How can they 'compete' if they force all other retailers on the planet to go bankrupt? (excited)


This drive works great with PS4 and Xbox One. I have a 1TB internal installed in PS4 and 500GB connected to Xbox one via a USB enclosure. The difference in initial game loading times is massive. Also makes a huge difference when fast travelling to different areas in a game. Still worth it for me even if it's only a few seconds faster compared to a HDD.


Paid £202 for this Apr/May on an Amazon bank holiday deal. Looks like prices are dropping if this is going to be the current price. Need to get myself a M.2 drive next.


Yes, Amazon do that far more often than actually having any offers themselves. Rather suspect that once Amazon have force all other retailers on the planet to go bankrupt in a super-Walmart style, they will rarely bother to be competitive.


Didn’t say ebuyer was better just that amazon price match EVERYTHING thats in the daily deals email that they send out.

Crucial MX500 1TB SSD £179.97 @ Ebuyer
Refreshed 9th JulRefreshed 9th Jul
Capacity 1TB 2.5inch SSD Sequential Read/Write 560MB/s - 510MB/s Random Read/Write IOPS 95k/90k Limited Five Year Warranty

EBuyer is worst when it comes to return any item.


So on the basis that n=1 they are fantastic... Add me in so n=2 then they have a 50% failure rate... Used to spend 5 figures with them per year (for work) - will never buy from them again now.


Thanks OP just ordered, been in and out of my basket for the last few days at £189, so finally took the plunge. As the warranty can be handled by Crucial, they confirmed by chat that it doesn't matter where you buy it from it will have their five years warranty, and their returns in the past have been excellent for me you should be fine buying from either store. Mine should be here tomorrow from ebuyer oops I mean Amazon :D Heat added


Returned multiple items to ebuyer with no problems either replaced or refunded, you should try them they are not bad at all.


I remember buying a lot of things from Ebuyer when I was at uni, and then Amazon really took off and didn't go back for years. Anyway when I wanted to buy something from Ebuyer back in 2015, my order got cancelled. The email I received said I needed to provide the following: A scanned colour copy of the full picture page of your passport OR picture card of your UK drivers licence along with your passport or drivers licence number. A utility bill that is at least two months old. I couldn't believe it. I called and tweeted and was told that's their policy. Never have I had to go into a shop online or otherwise and prove I am a British citizen or bill payer to buy something. Never, ever, ever will I buy a thing from Ebuyer based on the crappy way they handled my custom. Jerks. Amazon all the time, all damn day, always.

Crucial MX500 500GB SSD @ - £89.94
Refreshed 30th JunRefreshed 30th Jun
one of the most decent ssd in the market at a decent price Capacity 500GB2.5inch SSDSequential Read/Write 560MB/s - 510MB/sRandom Read/Write IOPS 95k/90kLimited Five Year Warrant… Read more

All items should be covered by a warranty yes, especially Crucials LIFETIME warranty, but "apparently" if the items just over 6 months old there's some grey areas that i couldnt understand. Anyway, We're going back a few years now so i can't provide you with the details. My accounts now says "Sorry, the account you are trying to access is now inactive."


Hi, I'm sorry to hear that you are unhappy with our returns policy. All items purchased from Ebuyer are covered by a warranty. If you can provide me with details relating to your order, I will then take a closer look into this for you. My email address is Thanks, Scott


Ha. Ebuyer. No thanks. Maybe if they didn't use yodel as a delivery company.


Pfff Ebuyer do this cheap tricks with putting price without VAT => looks like price is better than in other places.


When was back in the day? I remember ordering some RAM off ebuyer in 2005 and they sent me a random memory card, it took around 5 weeks for them to deal with the problem (annoyed) I don't particularly like Amazon as a company but their no quibble returns are great.

Crucial MX500 1TB M.2-2280 SATA III SSD  - (SSD0717) £185.40 (free delivery) at CCL
Found 27th JunFound 27th Jun
M.2 Solid State Drive for £185.40 (free delivery). Details: SATA III Interface M.2 Form Factor Up to 560MB/s Read, 510MB/s Write 4K IOPS Read: 95000 4K IOPS Write: 90000 5 Year Wa… Read more
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Ah, yeah! You're right there. They're USB 3.0 and I have the only one 3.1 Gen 2, whoops! :D


It may be that some of your ports are only USB 3.0 rather than 3.1 Gen 1, still 5.0Gbps, but a much higher protocol overhead so not as efficient, and dropping the speed down, especially on random reads/writes. :)


Sorry I have the MX300


Theoretical speeds yeah, but from my first hand experience of transferring a few big files/lots of small ones I've found Gen 2 to still transfer the files quicker *shrug*


It's the same speed when plugged into a Gen 1 port, or a Gen 2 port, since Gen 1 is still 5.0 Gbps (640MB/s)

Crucial MX500 CT500MX500SSD4 500 GB Internal SSD (3D NAND, SATA, M.2 Type 2280SS) £89.99 Amazon
27/07/2018Expires on 27/07/2018Found 27th JunFound 27th Jun
Sequential reads/writes up to 560/510 MB/s and random reads/writes up to 95 k/90 k on all file types Accelerated by Micron 3D NAND technology Integrated p… Read more

Now a 1-2 month dispatch


I ordered 24 June before this deal, anyone had theirs yet as I haven’t?


waste of a M.2 PCIE slot putting in a slow SATA drive


Think this was his point


This is an M.2 SATA SSD, not a PCIE NVME

Crucial BX300 480 GB Internal SSD (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch) £79.99 @ Amazon
Found 26th JunFound 26th Jun
Great price for a good quality branded 480gb SSD.

My order is showing 3-4 month wait? wut


I asked someone what the average person would do with a 16-core CPU given that the current sweet spot is really a quad or hex-core (at a push). They said ‘I dunno, I heard they’re pretty good for mining’. (lol) I rest my case.


Ryzen 2 is out now so you are referring to WalletRipper 2. ThreadRipper 2 will be good value compared to Intel but thousand pound CPUs are completely irrelevant to the mainstream even more so than high end GPUs.


I'm waiting until Prime Day, Black Friday and for the new nVidia 11-series GPUs - 'Coming Soon TM'. If you are stuck on a hard disk, at this price might as well go for it, it's a remarkable difference, I won't do work on a normal PC without an SSD now. No point in saving a few pounds waiting for it to drop and suffering in the meantime in my opinion.


Surely it's better to wait until Prime Day?

Crucial BX300 CT240BX300SSD1 240 GB Internal SSD £49.99 - lightning deal @ amazon
Found 25th JunFound 25th Jun
Great deal for a crucial 240gb drive. It also has cloning software included if worried about that (however you can get free ones).
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Looks like it recognises if you have a Crucial drive attached. Just in case you have any issues with Macrium.


Yes, I'm thinking you just receive an activation code with the SSD but mine didn't have anything with it. Macrium reflect free is going to have to do for now.


I've not received mine, but I think Acronis needs to be downloaded from here:


Sweet, thanks


Macrium reflect is excellent.

Crucial MX500 500Gb SSD £89.99 at Amazon
Found 24th JunFound 24th Jun
Lowest price for a long time on this excellent SSD

even with an HDD there will be hardly any difference with games once cached and apart from very few but possibly insignificant(that is what some NVMe fanatic do claim). NVMe must be good for specific work, I do not use one and therefore cannot comment further. Therefore, waste of money on average and over an ordinary SSD for everyday use and gaming. SSD it is for sure a must.


Thanks Michael


I got mine as a retail box from ebuyer and there was a code for the file transfer software, however the software when downloaded from the website now recognises the serial number of the drive so there is no need for the code.


Not going to send it back if it’s the same as the boxed version for what you get. But if there is things missing from the boxed version I will. Still anazon should do a pop up window for that type of selection as you should not have to look at every option just to make sure


Just return this and order the standard packaging I think it's still the same price

Crucial MX500 1TB SSD SATA III £179.97 @ Amazon
Found 24th JunFound 24th Jun
Lowest price I've seen.

I paid £201 for this the Bank Holiday just gone.


For sure! Would be interesting to see as the MX500 series is the newest model they've released I think.


Indeed. got my Samsung ssd years ago for that price. Definitely get another if they do reach that price


Amazon prob price matching Crucial's own web site at this price and Crucial also now have the 2TB at £389


Tomato but I'm partial to BBQ (highfive) Oversupply is another cause from the dropping prices but I would say there has been a lot of price fixing going on.

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