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Crucial MX500 CT1000MX500SSD4 1 TB (3D NAND, SATA, M.2 Type 2280SS, Internal SSD) @ Amazon £101.37
Made hot 9 h, 10 m agoMade hot 9 h, 10 m ago
Lots of SSD deals popping up on Amazon. Lowest ever price.

Worth noting that you can get the Crucial 1TB NVMe for less than this direct from crucial, so I guess that's a better buy if you have a board that supports it.


£98.95 delivered on eBay with fast and free delivery.... Item number 113677542633


Based on the Sata MX500. Its a nice deal. These M.2 drives are so much nicer to deal with.

Crucial 16 GB Kit (8 GB x2) 2,666 MHz DDR4 SODIMM 260-Pin RAM £53.99 @ Amazon
Made hot 9 h, 36 m agoMade hot 9 h, 36 m ago
Crucial CT2K8G4SFS8266 16 GB Kit (8 GB x2) (DDR4, 2666 MT/s, PC4-21300, Single Rank x8, SODIMM, 260-Pin) Memory

Unless you're doing lots of CAD / 3D rendering / video editing etc 32GB is overkill. Unused ram is wasted £ as it has no performance benefit.


Tempted.... :)


Purchased this today for my new Dell laptop, good price for a decent ram upgrade.


I ordered 2 single sticks on prime Day for under £50 - sounds like I got a decent deal


Speeds and latencies are generally a bit of a trade-off, but IMO speed is more important. Most important for this deal, however, is that it's simply a great price for relatively fast DDR4 laptop memory at a decent capacity.

Crucial CT1000P1SSD8 P1 1 TB (3D, NAND, NVMe, PCIe, M.2, Solid State Drive) for £77.15 delivered @ Amazon Prime Exclusive
Refreshed 16th JulRefreshed 16th Jul
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 storage innovation Micron 3D NAND: Advancing the world's memo… Read more

What question?


You know exactly what I mean. The drive we are talking about needs an M.2 to SATA adapter to work with a PS4. It is an NVMe drive. Answer the question.


Fair on replies, I may have been a bit scathing. I tried to be quite even handed but re-reading... That's a little doom + gloom. It's absolutely awesome for a games drive. It's awesome as a general "long term storage" (so write little, read much). It's fine for most other stuff and... I'll admit I'd not seen the SLC cache offered. That IS going to take some filling for most people in normal use. I'll move my position more to it being awesome for the money for most, be aware of it's limitations if you know you want a drive to abuse its write speeds.


Depends if it has an m.2 drive


ordered this started the return for my intel 660p, might as well take the saving since they're extremely similar drives

Crucial BX500 CT960BX500SSD1(Z) 960 GB Internal SSD (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch) for £72.64 Delivered @ Amazon  (Prime Exclusive)
Made hot 15th JulMade hot 15th Jul
####Choose frustration packaging for the PRICE#### Boot up faster; Load files quicker; Improve overall system responsiveness 300% faster than a typical hard drive Improves bat… Read more

Bargain - Ordered. Thanks OP!


thanks,. just ordered and cancelled Sandisk 1TB SSD deal.


Ordered. Nice one.


This is a great price


This or the SanDisk for PS4 upgrade? Both prime deals and only a couple of quid difference...

Crucial MX500, 2TB SSD, SATA III - 6Gb/s, SM2258, 3D NAND, Read 560MB/s, Write 510MB/s £157.99 @ Amazon Prime Exclusive
Made hot 15th JulMade hot 15th Jul
Update price reduced to £157.99 Select Frustration-Free Packaging for this price. Crucial MX500, 2TB SSD, SATA III - 6Gb/s, SM2258, 3D NAND, Read 560MB/s, Write 510MB/s £157… Read more

Ah right. Annoying but probably not worth the hassle of trying to get the money back. At least you didn't pay over £200 (y)


Not if you use the correct reason through the automated return system. I usually go for "Performance or quality not adequate". Alternatively just use live chat.


don't you have to pay for return shipping?


Only 163.99 I think so not much difference! Just didn't see the price drop again after


How much did you pay?

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Crucial BX500 CT480BX500SSD1 480 GB Internal SSD £43.72 @ Amazon
Made hot 15th JulMade hot 15th Jul
New lowest price now for this Crucial BX500 SSD. Ever wonder why your phone responds faster than your computer? It's because your phone runs on flash memory. Add flash to your la… Read more

That £70, 960GB Amazon France Prime deal has set the new ssd bar. Join me in the Bezos Boycott of all Amazon products until ssds are a sensible price. Power to the People! (Oops. Meds time).


So tempted! Ideally want a TB though, sub £70 would be good. Speed not too much of an issue, it's only for storing films and music.

Crucial P1 CT1000P1SSD8 SSD Internal 1TB (3D NAND, NVMe, PCIe, M.2) for £86.61 Delivered @ Amazon France (Prime Exclusive)
Made hot 15th JulMade hot 15th Jul
You can have 30 Days Prime Trial, cancel at anytime. Also use fee free card for extra savings ... Up to 1 TB capacity with sequential read / write speeds up to 2000/1700 MB… Read more

Just under £78 on Prime Day deals: CT1000P1SSD8


Since this is an NVMe drive... If the slot supports NVMe SSDs then it will work, if the slot only supports SATA SSDs then it will not work. Check the manual/manufacturer website of your motherboard/laptop/whatever you are installing this in if you are unsure as to what the M.2 slot can be used for.


Will this fit in a M.2/2280 SATA slot? The Crucial website says the MX500s do but don't mention the P1 series


It's easy enough to cancel. Just use google chrome and the pages will automatically change to english. Took 10 seconds to cancel.


Voted hot. But only for Amazon France Prime members. So need to join Amazon Prime France and cancel within 30 days. Otherwise full price

Crucial CT2000MX500SSD1 (Z) Internal SSD MX500 (2TB) @
Made hot 14th JulMade hot 14th Jul
Probably one of the best SSD's out there. Lowest price I've seen it. This is the Amazon currency converter price and includes P&P. Use fee free card to get another few quid off… Read more
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No not inherently. To use your example of oak Vs pine a pine wardrobe made by a fine furniture maker using the best wood and built to fit the desired function is not better quality than say an IKEA do it yourself kit even if it's made of Oak. As I said you are conflating the wrong things. You think you understand what quality means, but you don't. The closest example I can think of is it's like you are saying a petrol car is lower quality than a diesel because it's diesel lasts longer and is more fuel efficient per litre. But that's not the same at all as you aren't comparing quality. To compare quality in a comparison there has to be a degree of equality.


I enjoy a good argument about semantics :D Quality.


Of a similar kind is the key aspect. It's wrong to conflate things when discussing quality when they aren't comparable. Also there is a difference in when you describe qualities and quality comparison. It's pretty pointless to continue this as every example you give I've got several reasons why you've not used it correctly and at this point given it several times. Clearly we aren't going to agree and that's really irrelevant to the point.


My poor English? You are trying to sit here and tell me quality doesn't refer to a material that can be directly compared. the standard of something as measured against other things of a similar kind; the degree of excellence of something. "an improvement in product quality" TLC is better in every physical sense. It is faster, it lasts longer. The difference between TLC and QLC is QLC is cheaper. That is, by definition, lower quality.


I'm not making up a definition of quality I'm using THE definition of quality as it applies to a technical object (rather than a person). In your cabinet example the quality differential is applicable only to the manufacture i.e. how finely it's made. As I say you are using the word incorrectly(as many people do). And the core point was your original intervention is idiotic and really irellevant to your poor use of English. If you don't have more money then or don't want to spend more because you don't need read write cycles then what difference does it make. If it's good enough then it's good enough, you are on a deals site literally saying "I don't think this is good so regardless if it's good for you, you should spend more".

Crucial 240GB BX500 Internal 2.5" SATA SSD Drive - 540MB/s with 3 Year Warranty- £24.29 w/code @ Mymemory
Made hot 14th JulMade hot 14th Jul
The 240GB BX500 SATA III 2.5" Internal SSD from Crucial allows you to store and access your files quickly and efficiently. 240GB Capacity 2.5"/7mm Form Factor SATA III Up to 54… Read more

Since taking out my ssd and replacing it with a mechanical drive my pc is running a lot smoother but slower


True, but that's not due to endurance, it's lack of DRAM cache chip, and perhaps a cheaper controller. Regardless, most hard drive transfers are 4k / 64k, so unless you're copying very large files all day, or hibernating and restoring your pc all day, it's not going to affect most people. And remember, that's sustained ~100mb/s which is still faster than normal hard drives, as the location on the platter makes a difference and speed also declines gradually as you write more data in succession... Also, check out the crazy slow access time (~18ms); compare that to the 0 to 1ms of any SSD, which is the biggest advantage of ssd's compared to mechanical drives, second being the short writes (4k/64k transfers) such as paging file accesses. And as we all (should) love the environment, the third major advantage of ssd's is the extremely low power use 8)


I never mentioned the problem with endurance. Try using a dramless boot drive and you'll see for yourself. Sustained speeds drop over time due to the latency the system has to get the fat from main memory and not from the storages own dram controller because it is lacking one. It averages out the speed of an hard drive if we look over the averages. What's the point in getting an SSD apart from faster boot and vibration, the fast speeds decline, a benchmark will have to been done through sustained writes/reads to determine the actual real world performance. Dramless ssd controllers from brands like Phison are also unreliable so when it does die, it's likely to never be able to be recovered as well. Luckily this has a silicon motion model but I have doubts about dramless controllers, they're literally the same controller on usb sticks.


This BX500 240gb ssd has a 80tb TBW endurance, which means even if you some how managed to write 40gb of data (that's 15% of total capacity) every day, it should last at least 5 years (usually double/triple that amount).


I also find it incredibly surprising, especially for an MLC-based drive to only last 5 years?! (skeptical) 3D-based nand has better endurance, but nonetheless even with older ssd's, it seems pretty crazy to die as quickly, even for a data-centre environment. I would expect a typical cheap ssd (70-80 TBW) to last at least 15 years, and for a more expensive drive, at least 20 to 30 years. Are you sure it's not 5% remaining (storage) capacity rather than life?? (confused) I'd also suggest checking SMART data, especially "reallocation count", "retired nand blocks", and "reserved blocks/space remaining" or similar attributes. It looks like Crucial also has attribute "percent lifetime" used/remaining? Oh and make sure that TRIM is enabled! (y)

Crucial Ballistix Sport LT 16GB DDR4 (2 x 8 GB) 2666MHz CL16 Memory Kit £58.79 at Amazon
Made hot 13th JulMade hot 13th Jul
Fast, good quality and value memory kit. Specs: DDR4 PC4-21300 • 16-18-18 • Unbuffered • NON-ECC • DDR4-2666 • 1.2V • 1024Meg x 64 •

Thank you


For the 3700X? I would go for a X470/B450 board.


I need a bit of insight here.. do you think I should go for the x470 rog crosshair VII Hero or the new X570 rog e gaming?

rev6 3000 seems fine. The 3200 in this article is CL14.


I will go for the 3700x

Ballistix Sport AT 32GB Kit (2 x 16GB) DDR4-3200 CL16 Memory Kit, £141.08 at Crucial
Made hot 12th JulMade hot 12th Jul
Nice looking, reliable and fast, also good value Kit. Specs: DDR4 PC4-25600 • 16-18-18 • Unbuffered • NON-ECC • DDR4-3200 • 1.35V • 2048Meg x 64 •

So Amazon product names are Ballistix Sport LT followed by BLS2K16G4D32AESB - grey BLS2K16G4D32AESE - red BLS2K16G4D32AESC - white Crucial web site is Ballistix Sport AT followed by BLS2K16G4D32AEST - grey So the question is what's the difference between LT and AT as the AES part of the code is supposed to signify e-die.


E0ED813C/E : Die 401923 : Could be a unique serial number that is used for both pairs 1915 : This was manufactured the 3rd Week of April 2019


BLS 16G4D32 AESE.M16FE1 BLS : Ballistix Sport 16G : Gigabytes 4 : 2 sided memory stick D : Dual as in part of a set of 2 32 :3200MHz AESE design - I guess M16 :Total size 16GB FE1 :Color sceme


By that review, it says it is and clocks to 3600MHz. I'll run a utility once installed. Maybe, "E0ED813C (2nd stick ends in E)" is a clue?


3.03% TCB

Ballistix Sport LT Red 8GB DDR4-3000 CL15, £34.60 at Crucial-Free delivery
Made hot 11th JulMade hot 11th Jul
Nice design and fast, good performance memory. Specs: DDR4 PC4-24000 • 15-16-16 • Unbuffered • NON-ECC • DDR4-3000 • 1.35V • 1024Meg x 64 •

The slightly faster 3200CL16 variant (also red) is cheaper than this at Amazon Germany.


Probably E-die based on the specs. Have a grey pair of these working fine in a 1st gen ryzen system with late 2017 bios, although they won't go past 3066mhz for me (was hoping to get them to 3200). Could well be my particular cpu's memory controller limit though.

Ballistix Sport LT Red 16GB Kit (2 x 8GB) DDR4-2400 MHz CL16 £55.67 at Crucial
Made hot 10th JulMade hot 10th Jul
Good value and solid, quality memory. Product Highlights Speeds start at 2400 MT/s Faster speeds and responsiveness than standard Crucial DDR4 memory Ideal for gamers and per… Read more

All done up for th next two months


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I'd like to follow this thread (subscribe) but cannot see how... I'm on android using a browser... TIA Posting this reply was the only way... Any ideas please?


I think he is talking about the price a few weeks ago.


where from?

Crucial Ballistix 3200mhz 2x8GB E-Die DDR4 ram £64 @ Amazon DE (£67.08 Non-prime)
Made hot 5th JulMade hot 5th Jul
Credit to Uncommon.Sense for spotting this one. Very similar to my other deal, only this is slightly faster and cheaper ram from crucial. Pay using fee free currency card on ama… Read more

That's nice to know, looks like this does have the AES in the number: BBLS2K8G4D32AESCK. Now I just need to look into buying a motherboard and CPU (probably MSI B450 Tomahawk + 3700X) ;)


Yeap already did and got 4 dimms of the Ballistix ones


I've read for these Crucial sticks they should have AES in the model number. Once you have the ram you can check with Thaiphoon Burner.


Some people see the price andjust think meh it's nothing special. These ballistix kits remind me of the old samsung 30nm ddr3 wonder ram.


Definitely cancel them

Crucial Ballistix 3000mhz 2x8GB DDR4 E-DIE Ram £75.59 @ Crucial Shop
Made hot 5th JulMade hot 5th Jul
Anyway back to this deal. First impressions you might say what's so good about this price its mediocre right? Well yes it is apart from one fact, this is E-Die ram. Which means it… Read more

Ordered, thanks OP.


I have the 16GB version of these and they don't OC well at least not on Z370 The most I've gotten them to is about 3200 before they cause stability issues


You can get the 3200mhz 2x8GB white model for £71 from the same site, much better value.


No. I put in one of the threads jts available cheaper at That's sold by HDEW.


Nope, it was the right thread, wrong time :-)

Ballistix Sport LT Red 32GB Kit (2 x 16GB) DDR4-3200 Memory Kit, £141.08 at Crucial
Made hot 4th JulMade hot 4th Jul
Good value for this great looking and fast kit Specs: DDR4 PC4-25600 • 16-18-18 • Unbuffered • NON-ECC • DDR4-3200 • 1.35V • 2048Meg x 64 •

This does not come in any retail packaging and I did not get, "wood"


All my storage options are ready to go in. 32GB 3.2GHz memory, 3TB SSD and 512GB M2.


Next on shopping list: A fanless PSU.


Just ordered with Quidco @ 2.5%.


Do I have a computer that takes DDR4 RAM? NO! Did I just buy 32Gb of it? YES! Does this make sense? No!

Crucial CT500P1SSD8 P1 500 GB (3D, NAND, NVMe, PCIe, M.2, Solid State Drive) for £54.56 Delivered @ Amazon UK
Made hot 4th JulMade hot 4th Jul
Cheapest Ever been 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 storage innovation Micron 3D NAND … Read more

Yeah it would, but it's slight overkill. Any SATA drive on sale now is quicker than the USB 3 connection.


Vista? Nah, I'll stick with Windows ME thanks. (y)


Did you also know windows 95 has an update? ;)


I bought the mP510 480GB this week.


Would one of these, with a housing, work as an external for an Xbox x? Or is it overkill and just buy a passport ssd?

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