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Crucial BX500 CT480BX500SSD1(Z) 480 GB Internal SSD (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5-Inch) - £45.45 delivered @ Amazon
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Price drop 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 more … Read more
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nascent

Aww, I just bought this at £48. tried to cancel to order again but 'it wasn't possible to cancel' despite not shipping yet.

SleepyChris

I got the MX one for the missus as tge BX don't go big enough... At least not where I bought from

Bigspin

Only major difference between MX and BX is power loss protection and write endurance rating. Both drives saturate sata port and crucial slightly tweak firmware to give MX a slight speed advantage.

SleepyChris

I used Minitool Partition Wizard which was pretty fuss free. Cloned the disc and swapped them over. It's a shame I had to faff with downloading and installing the Acronis tool but all good in the end. Totally transformed a couple of old Lenovo X230's. Happy boy and wife and a happy wallet for me (y)

idontflycathay

If you haven't tried it already I think macrium reflect does a good job and I've had no issues with it in the past :)

Crucial CT1000P1SSD8 P1 1 TB (3D, NAND, NVMe, PCIe, M.2, Solid State Drive) For £94.79 Delivered @ Amazon UK
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Posted 23rd JunPosted 23rd Jun
Price Matched with Crucial Features & details Capacities up to 1 TB with sequential reads/writes up to 2,000/1,700 MB/s NVMe PCIe interface marks the next step in storag… Read more
TorazChryx

Because as soon as its saturated the SLC cache performance absolutely plummets. I discovered this copying Fallout 4 (about 95GB) to one from a Crucial MX100, started out at more or less the read speed of the MX100, and then stumbled to 80-120MB/s after a while. and the response time became atrocious as well. Not experienced the Crucial drive that this deal is focused on, but my go-to cheaper NVME drive for the moment is the Corsair MP510, which seems pretty close to the 970 Evo Plus for basically the same money as a Crucial P1 or 660P

8x5mark

so looks like intel 660p maintain speeds around 500MB, why people always say it drops to 50MB?

Bully

Thanks for taking the time to post that.Appreciated.

Dodger21

Speed of any disk is relative to how it is being used, copying small files will be a lot quicker than large files. I copied 4 files around 14GB total size and these are the speeds, remember this is only one example. All disks had plenty of room for the files. 1 from SSD to USB stick (Sandisk Ulta) 2 from Intel 660p to Crucial MX500 3 from SSD to intel 660p NVMe M.2

Bully

Thanks for feedback.Appreciated.

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Crucial MX500 CT1000MX500SSD1(Z) 1 TB (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch, Internal SSD) for £99.89 Delivered @ Amazon UK
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Posted 21st JunPosted 21st Jun
You can buy it with Standard Packaging for only £100.04. Sequential reads/writes up to 560/510 MB/s and random reads/writes up to 95/90k on all file types Accelerated by Micron … Read more
Anon32

Bought a mypassport and if you connect it to a BT smart hub youuse as a sort of nas it will only read the files from my mac. If its formatted as fat32 you can read and write files. Time machine needs it to be formatted as mac osx extended. I have no idea why but when you connect it directly it works fine. Any ideas??

getknk

.. its already £77 as per one of the hukd posts.. going much faster down than I thought

Aph3x

macrium reflect (free)

OperateOnMe

soon as in ~2 years, very late 2020 when manufacturing will have maxed and no further plans to develop 2.52 ssd (change focus to solely on m.2 inc. caddys for backward compatability)

liamwheldon

Got this for £91 on here from an eBay shop. Just cloned old HDD today that hardly even managed to load to desktop in 15 mins. It's now loading from cold in 15 seconds. Didn't even need to reinstall windows, which I expected would have been needed. Highly recommended!

Crucial BX500 CT240BX500SSD1(Z) 240 GB Internal SSD (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5-Inch) for £24.98 Delivered @ Amazon UK
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Dispatched and sold by Amazon in certified Frustration-Free Packaging . Boot up faster; load files quicker; improve overall system responsiveness 300 percent faster than a … Read more
miaas

I’ve not found any difference with it, apart from the customer services department is UK based.

mpazza

Is the customer service regarding returns etc still as good with their business account as I presume you are not covered with consumer law/ distance selling regs in the same way as a normal account?

alan2simms

foung it thanks

miaas

It’s normally on the right hand side on a product page, where you add to basket, can change quantities to add to basket etc that’s on the desktop site, I’ve not used the app for business so couldn’t say if it’s there. I’ve also not used it so not sure how much discount is on offer or how many of something counts as a quantity discount.

alan2simms

this is handy information, i have an unused business accuont, any info on how to ask for this kind of discount? thanks in advance

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Crucial CT1000P1SSD8 P1 1 TB 3D, NAND, NVMe, PCIe, M.2, Solid State Drive NEW for £89.99 using code @ Ebay/sereneituk
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Posted 15th JunPosted 15th Jun
Only 5 Available now .. Thank for the heads up @daveroy , Just found it's an eligible seller. (y) Crucial CT1000P1SSD8 P1 1 TB (3D, NAND, NVMe, PCIe, M.2, Solid State Drive)… Read more
mattclarkie

Tempted to buy so to mount on the wall with a label "1TB NVME under £90"

trojanh

Will this be covered under crucial 5 year warranty program? EDIT: Just asked, it is covered. Guess I bought the last one too. Lucky me!

bitcoin5

Welcome sure you all know how much I like adding my thrupence worth of vaugly interesting contributions!!!

Brutes

@bitcoin5 (y) Thanks for the Picture as additional info as I couldn't do because it's not in their listing. That helps a lot.

bitcoin5

Trust you to tease me even further into it B!!! (lol)

Crucial MX500 CT1000MX500SSD1 1TB  SATA 2.5" SSD for £91.65 (M.2 Type 2280SS for £89.99) Using Code Delivered @ Ebay/sereneituk
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Only 2 Available now .. Now 8 available ##15:22 hrs ### Use the code provided @ Checkout Crucial MX500 CT1000MX500SSD4 1TB Internal SSD (3D NAND, SATA, M.2 Type 2280SS) for £8… Read more
Brutes

If fact, they listed it as "Weekend offer" and it's over now. Normally it happens when it gets posted here. :)

kar999

Probably the hot UK deal effect! Increase the price with demand. (shock)

Brutes

Oh .. they'd increased the price from £99.99 @ sharp 10 A.M today. (y)

kar999

Yep, the ebay seller still has the M.2 factor for the same as direct from Crucial at £110

kar999

It's the M.2 factor I need which is £4 dearer at £113.94 on Amazon and no 4% cashback.

Crucial BX500 CT960BX500SSD1(Z) 960 GB Internal SSD (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch) for £97.19 (480Gb for £48) Delivered @ Amazon UK
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Posted 13th JunPosted 13th Jun
Dispatched and sold by Amazon in certified Frustration-Free Packaging . Key Features: SATA III Interface 2.5 Form Factor Up to 540MB/s Read, 500MB/s Write 3 Year Warranty … Read more
M1sterDeeds

I paid more than this deal. But the drive is still sitting in a drawer 'cos i'm too lazy to do a clean install to replace my old drive. Sorry, I just get excited about SSD deals.

spannerzone

Maybe I'm a bit sleepy but what exactly does that mean?? XD

M1sterDeeds

I paid £49 so this gives me a half chubby. But I'm too idle to do the replacement install.

Tacavas

Good value and solid drive. Key Features:SATA III Interface2.5 Form FactorUp to 540MB/s Read, 500MB/s Write3 Year Warranty

liamwheldon

Never look at quantity, glad you posted it here, thanks again (y)

Crucial 16 GB Kit (8 GBx2) (DDR4, 3200 MT/s, PC4-25600, CL22, Single Rank x 8, DIMM, 288-Pin) £59.72 / £56.50 Fee Free Card @ Amazon Germany
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Posted 12th JunPosted 12th Jun
Lowest price as per Keepa, Currently on Amazon UK £87.46 £56.50 with Fee Free Card Crucial 16 GB Kit (8 GBx2) (DDR4, 3200 MT/s, PC4-25600, CL22, Single Rank x8, DIMM, 288-Pi… Read more
yoyo59

wow cl22 holy moly this is junk memory

SparkyDrillbit

3200MHz at CL22 means this is slower than your average DDR4 2133 at CL13 (13.75ns vs 12.19ns). You're losing about 10% in terms of latency for about 10% in terms of cost, so the cost reflects performance. If you really want to shave £6.50 off the cost of the Corsair DDR4 2133 on amazon right now then go for it I guess.

abaxas

A few points: 1) this is so cheap as to make 8gb builds pointless - spend the extra 2) the 20-30 quid saved from a 'faster' kit can be put into another component. 3) the 'slowness' of this kit makes little or no difference to older (skylake>) computer upgrades. If I was doing an mid range gaming intel build with a i5-9400f, this would be a perfect match and I'd spend the extra money on a faster GPU or a 480 ssd instead of a 240. IE this is great value.

spamabsorbed

unless you've got windowed case (y) then it's double yikes (:I

PhattyHUKD

The lack of heatsinks is fine, but the CL22 is a yikes

Crucial BX500 3D NAND SATA III 2.5" Internal SSD Solid State Drive - 120GB Version for £15.99 Delivered @ 7dayshop
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Posted 6th JunPosted 6th Jun
Much affordable SSD ... Genuine Crucial Products - Supplied brand new in sealed retail packaging complete with a superb 3 year manufacturers warranty. Faster performance and rel… Read more
ScoobyStoo

Depends if you need the space. For an average system drive 120GB is more than sufficient. No point paying an extra tenner for 120GB of unused space.

Naruto

Better value for 240gb imo

Brutes

They Do have 240GB for £24.99

A13

Tipped over 90c for you.

apur32

7dayshop should sort this out....it is not your job to fix their mess (highfive) Well you have been doing an azmaing work (y)

Crucial CT1000P1SSD8 P1 1 TB (3D, NAND, NVMe, PCIe, M.2, Solid State Drive) for £109 Delivered @ Amazon UK
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Posted 4th JunPosted 4th Jun
Product Specifications Warranty: Limited 5-year Series: P1 Product Line: Client SSD Interface: NVMe/PCIe Gen 3 x 4 Form Factor: M.2 Type 2280 Specs: 1TB M.2 SSD PC… Read more
wadadli4sun

390k and 380k respectively. SX8200 Pro review

Uncommon.Sense

Worth reading this nice review answers all the questions you might have. https://www.storagereview.com/crucial_p1_1tb_ssd_review

jordantr

What are their iops? Sequential w/r doesn't really matters in everyday usage if don't export massive video files.

wadadli4sun

Personally I would add £20 and go for the Sabrent 1Tb Rocket or Adata SX8200 Pro 1Tb (including a heatsink) and get better performance. 3450 MB/s (read) and 3000 MB/s (write) instead of 2000 MB/s (read) and 1700 MB/s (write). Cold from me.....

sam_of_london

Voted hot. But if you read feedback, these drives are not easily recognised. Buy Intel 660p instead with better firmware

Crucial BX500 CT240BX500SSD1(Z) 240 GB Internal SSD (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5-Inch) £27.93 Amazon
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Posted 31st MayPosted 31st May
Boot up faster. Load files quicker. Improve overall system responsiveness Crucial BX500 SSD One of the Largest Storage Manufacturers Worldwide Crucial is backed by Micron’s expe… Read more
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SweeneyUK

Slightly cheaper now mate at £26.49

xenept

Never realised that not all ssds are built the same. It's going into an old laptop so it'll get a bit of a boost.

spannerzone

I use this drive in my work laptop and it's pretty decent for the price.... I'm used to Samsung EVO's and while I have found the occasional slow down on this dram-less drive when copying big files or unzipping large files, on the whole it performs well and for the cheap price it's a massive upgrade from a mechanical drive whatever the spec of your machine.

xenept

The other day I bagged the 240gb version for 24.99 from 7dayshop.

spannerzone

Yes if budget allows, go for the MX but these drives are still good enough for an average user and a decent upgrade from a mechanical hard drive.

Crucial 8GB DDR4 2400MHz RAM only £26.75 @ Amazon.de (Prime Exclusive)
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Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
If you are just after some cheap DDR4 then this fits bill nicely, and comes with a lifetime warranty, if you buy two of these to get 16GB (2x 8GB) at once it is only £48.90, which … Read more
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joe_shmoe

matched pair on amazon 146 quid. sell the 1x8 on feebay for £30. How you came to own a gaming lappy with 1 x 8 gb in I dont know.(stock machine is 2666 2x8) Be aware unless you are video editing or rendering/transcoding video more than 16 gb is a waste. For gaming the 1050 t.i. graphics will be the limit before 2400 mhz ram speed (the ram and cpu can handle way more than the 1050 t.i. its an unbalanced set up) For pro tasks on intel ram speed scales poorly, https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Intel/Core_i7_8700K_Coffee_Lake_Memory_Performance_Benchmark_Analysis/7.html You will see a big improvement going from 1 stick to 2 the same size (enables dual channel mode ) but nothing noticeable after that. So if you aint rendering etc just match your existing 8 gb and forget about it. But do swap the stick to the other slot and make sure that isnt faulty first, if the machine was bought used.

DealSeeker9988

2400mhz....my 7 year old ddr3 ram does that speed

moh223

You had me worried there. Do you think I could get away with a cheaper mobo or is this the one to avoid any of this BIOS update stuff?

Uncommon.Sense

It'll be just great then. :)

moh223

That's right. Office work, browsing and children's apps.

Crucial Ballistix Sport LT 16GB (2x 8GB) DDR4 3000MHz RAM only £63.50 @ Amazon.fr
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Excellent RAM, and one of the possibilities to contain the new sought-after Micron E-die chips which is proving every bit as good as Samsung B-Die for AMD Ryzen systems. Dispatch… Read more
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keenan316

I'll let you know.. ;)

joe_shmoe

Cheeses, I wanna see what that set up will do with an r5 3600!

Uncommon.Sense

It's about £145 for the 32GB kit, LINK!

coalfield

Would love to this is double the price in a 32gb kit

keenan316

This was achieved with a Ryzen 1600X in a MSI B450 Tomahawk motherboard Here you go.. (Dram voltage was at 1.45v) https://i.imgur.com/HaIXTs7.jpg

Crucial BX500 3D NAND SATA III 2.5" 240GB SSD Internal Solid State Drive for £24.99 ( 120 GB for £16.99) Delivered @ 7dayshop
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Posted 23rd MayPosted 23rd May
120 GB for £16.99 ENHANCED STORAGE FOR YOUR EVERYDAY COMPUTING NEEDS For fast performance and reliability, Crucial SSDs boost the everyday computing experience in your desktop o… Read more
steviep93

For £15 more I'd pick up a kingston a1000 nvme m2 ssd. Speeds are 3 x faster. Of course if your on a budget this is good too. Obviously you need an m2 slot on the motherboard as well

danielbentham

These dont have a DRAM cache so performance is poorer under certain loads https://www.tomshardware.co.uk/crucial-bx500-ssd,review-34683.html

Radec

Not sure. What else have you seen?

Crucial MX500 CT500MX500SSD1(Z) 500 GB (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch, Internal SSD) for £53.85 Delivered @ Amazon UK
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Sequential reads/writes up to 560/510 MB/s and random reads/writes up to 95/90k on all file types Accelerated by Micron 3D NAND technology Integrated power loss immunity preserve… Read more
Its_MedW5

Use MiniTool Partition Wizard Free to reduce size of HDD before cloning.

Dazza993

Anyone had any issues replacing a larger (512gb) HDD with a smaller SSD so long as the bigger drive isn't full? Just wondering about issues when cloning, specifically on OSX My parents 2012 iMac could do with a boost in performance from an SSD

subhi

When buying Crucial drives make sure you install Crucial Storage Executive. It does the firmware update on the drive in addition to other stuff

Its_MedW5

I've disabled windows updates and all OK for a few days, Things like this shouldn't happen these days. They have said to send back but too much hassle.

ChampionshipManager

Apple probably still charges 1,000 bones for this for upgrading their computers, rather than the default 2GB hard disk.

Crucial MX500 CT250MX500SSD1(Z) 250 GB internal SSD £37 @ Amazon
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Pretty cheap for the 250gb
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simonhzero

Many older laptops don't have nvme slots

frish

There really isn't that much in it though. (MX500 at 30.6). Yet the WD black for example will be ~£68 for the same storage. Also there will be some that don't have an m.2 slot if they have an older system. https://techreport.com/review/33707/western-digital-black-1-tb-nvme-ssd-reviewed/5

prq

I agree Sata SSDs make capable boot drives. What I said is that Sata DRAM SSDs aren't much of an advantage as boot drives.

frish

Sata SSDs still make capable boot drives. They have a bigger real world difference for most over hard drives than nvme over sata. Also most nvme drives are over 2x the cost of sata.

prq

Well... 250Gb for a DRAM SSD of the 2nd best brand for £37 is a good price. Doubt they will get to £30 any time soon. My issue is that 250Gb DRAM SSDs aren't really useful. For boot drives, NVMe is the right choice. For data drives, 500Gb at least is needed. For single drive on a laptop, the bottleneck won't be the disk so DRAM SSDs shouldn't really show any massive gains over DRAMless.

Crucial BX500 960GB 2.5" SATA III SSD for £97.99 Delivered @ Cclonline
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Key Features: SATA III Interface 2.5 Form Factor Up to 540MB/s Read, 500MB/s Write 3 Year Warranty Ever wonder why your phone responds faster than your computer? It's be… Read more
Solado

Just some helpful information for anyone thinking of buying this. If you're transfering big files regularly look at something different. This will be fine for games, OS or programs but the speed will quickly drop off once you write large quantities of data.

ThatFraggle

Nice little SSD in short bursts but overheats really quick when being heavily written to leaving you with throttled performance. Great for a boot device and light to medium use.

Crucial CT2K8G4DFS824A 16GB (8GB x 2) Memory Kit (DDR4, 2400M/s) £63.32(£57 w/fee free card) Delivered @ Amazon Germany
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Feels like a good price here from amazon Germany for the RAM. As always you can use your amazon UK account details to order. Use a fee free card to get it slightly cheaper. Bel… Read more
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burntoast

If looking for ECC DDR4 you’ll get better deals on eBay.

ms84

can anybody explain me how to choose the right memory for my laptop ? I have 2 x 4GB DDR3, 1600MHz, SODIMM, motherboard Inspiron 5758, 64-bit system does it mean I can get any DDR3 ? I would like 2 x 8GB

krisek

now at EUR 76.71

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