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Crucial BX300 240 GB Internal SSD (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch) @ Amazon for £42.99
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Found 13th NovFound 13th Nov
More than 300 Percent faster than a typical hard drive More than 45x more energy efficient than a typical hard drive Protect your data with more durability than a hard drive, no … Read more
spannerzone

The newer BX500 / 240GB is £37.19 from Amazon or Crucial direct (3.15% TCB) Crucial

M0nk3h

*ahem* https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B075R9X8BR?tag=22 Fair enough if you need this EXACT SSD but as above, there is cheaper.

MarkT1967

Why do cold when it’s only £2 more than buying 2 of the 128gb versions?

Epicurean

Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound.

Seagate 1TB BarraCuda SSD - £134.99 @ Amazon
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Found 22nd OctFound 22nd Oct
Lowest ever price. 560MB read / 540MB write. 90,000 IOPS (random read & write). 5 year warranty. 1,800,000 hours MTBF. Other capacities are: 250GB: £39.99 500GB: £69.99 2TB: … Read more
MagicBoy

They weren't making Xpoint commercially in 2011. ;)

Aph3x

There were, Micron is in the process of buying Intel out, and this was only for the xpoint NAND, the normal slc / mlc and now tlc NAND iirc was never provided by micro to intel.

MagicBoy

Crucial is the consumer brand of Micron. Micron and Intel are in a joint venture to develop and manufacture NAND memory chips.

prq

Right, but I believe their tech in this field is (or, may be) very much the same. Micron and Intel work closely together on the flash front via their joint venture IM Flash Tech, and SSDs are flash memory based.

Aph3x

Crucial is not Intel, Crucial is the consumer brand for Micron Technology, one of only a handful of nand / flash mem makers like Samsung. Anyway, this is a very good price for a 1TB SSD, voted hot though my own choice would be either Crucial or Samsung.

Goldenfir 1TB 2.5" SATA SSD - £99.51 (New Sign Ups only) @ AliExpress
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Found 15th OctFound 15th Oct
Sub £100 1TB SSDs are here! Even though Goldenfir isn't a well known brand, their SSDs seem to be receiving decent reviews, all being true to capacity with average read/writes aro… Read more
jameshothothot

Because the marginal person buying an ssd is replacing a hdd in their old desktop or laptop not replacing their old ssd. I agree... Other budget youtubers have done better comparison videos of hdd vs budget vs high end ssd and I prefer to watch them! Hardware unboxed, techyescity, randomgaminghd, budgetbuilds etc

GwanGy

All these SSD co's love to quote the fastest seq speeds (clean, unfilled drive),.which wont really affect most people, rather than the 4k block speeds which will affect people esp. if this drive is used as a boot drive. Dram -less means that it gets a lot more writes than a normal cached drive. It would be nice to know what controller and namd it uses .. supposedly JMICRON ("the horror, the horror") but even then their problems were a few years ago. Cheap yes, worth your money?? highly debateable ...specially when known good brands are dropping their prices significantly

taras

Poor read/writes, along with lower 4k reads than writes. (based on 120gb/240gb). Basically don't buy

TehJumpingJawa

Interesting! So potentially rebadged refurbished devices, or(more likely) built from NAND that was rejected by big brand QA due to having too many dead cells. That's a lot more encouraging.

aberboy007

lol. guess i have morals, i eat meat, i drive a petrol car and cant be arsed with recycling, but have no choice as they wont take my bins otherwise (lol)

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Seagate Barracuda 2TB Internal Hard Drive £48.96 @ Amazon
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Found 9th OctFound 9th Oct
Lowest price it has ever been according to the three camels.
JoeyJoeC

Was about to buy but the price has gone up/.

Bradmonk

I've had my barracuda drive for 8 years now and it still works fine.

clonereeco

Note to anyone wanting to throw this in a PS4 or Xbox one it will not work as it's a 3.5" drive

f2raf

So old school G suite is the way forward. No hard drives or servers crashing and access anytime anywhere.

HPMan

Almost pre Tsunami price, hot!

Seagate Barracuda - 1 TB internal hard drive 7200 RPM (3.5 ", 64 MB SATA cache from 6 GB / s up to 210 MB / s), silver, ST1000DM010 £31.78 @ Amazon
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Rock-solid reliability built on over 20 years of BarraCuda innovation Versatile mix of capacity and price point options to fit any budget Multi-tier Caching technology for high h… Read more
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mylesfitz

Damn I really wish this was in 2/4TB as I’ve been looking at expanding from my existing 1TB

Redscoped

The problem with that data is just look at the volumes of Seagate drives they have the 2.0% rate but that is with over 31,000 drives. They have nothing like the volume of WDC drives. If you look at the overall lifetime % in the chart below that the lifetime rate of failing is actually higher with WDC than Seagate. The best models are the HGST however is that a shock they are designed as NAS drives. The problem is people dont look at the context of the data which is vital in these cases. Do you think backblaze would keep buying and using seagate drives if they could prove them to be more unreliable than other models ? Personally I have a 4 to 1 failure rate for WDC over Segate that sounds impressive and suggest WDC is unreliable right. Well that is not the case I just happen to own a lot more WDC drives compare to Seagate and the drives are also a lot older so more prone to failing at this point. However I dont consider WDC unreliable and I still buy them. So please understand the data not just % values. No drives are 100% certain never to fail so just make sure you have a backup of your vital files just in case.

GwanGy

imo failure rates on hard drives are very low , now , something in the order of 1-2% if its working when you put it in your system then it should stay working for the next five years . Those reliability surveys are overused and unreliable. I wouldn't hesitate to use seagate , have a tosh 5tb and I find quite noisy , when seeking so YMMV. Incidentally I would be stonished if you got 6gb/s out of a hard drive (shock)

Malcolm_Duff

I'e pretty much had every drive fail at some point. I like the Toshiba p300 7200rpm as a gaming drive. That what i tend to buy. Especially if its just for storage and games. Boot i use a M.2 PCIe NVMe but i wouldn't say it had been night and day compared to a conventional SSD. Just bought it cheap used on ebay and was worth it.

happy.tourist

Fitted one of these a couple of weeks ago to replace a Toshiba one that was corrupt. The Toshiba was silent but this is noisy.

Seagate IronWolf 4 TB 3.5 inch Internal Hard Drive - £111.59 @ Amazon
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Found 28th SepFound 28th Sep
Nowt to say other than good little drives
Vomit

WD Red is currently just under £110 too if you prefer WD.

mrcrypto

Now 110.79

jdbigguy

Cheaper on Ebuyer @ £110.50 and 1.5% cashback at TCB

jasee

Fortunately in a modern pc, unless you open it up and start poking at your hd printed circuit board with your hand or a screwdriver etc. the case and many other metallic parts between your hand (screwdriver etc) are all earthed so any charge will be safely discharged to earth.

jasee

@BB93 'Nowt to say' Quite a lot to say, I would have thought, seeing as these are shingled drives with all that implies

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Toshiba P300 3TB 7200RPM 3.5" SATA £62.99 @ Amazon
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Found 27th SepFound 27th Sep
I think this is quite a good price for 3TB internal hdd. I use this one at home. PERFORMANCE THAT MEETS DEMANDS Toshiba’s P300 3.5” internal hard drive delivers a high performance… Read more
Berwhale

Hmmm, three of the four 3TB drives in my NAS are over 4 years old, the other one is a P300 which is a year old. Maybe time to swap out the other 3 before they kick the bucket.

apeman69

From Ebuyer link I posted:- Amazon link from 'Get Deal' button:- Same part number, same title (P300) so WTF am I missing with my eyes closed?

raluci320

X300 or p300 is not the same drive... same capacity but not the same drive... omg... open your eyes

apeman69

Mfr part code: HDWD130UZSVA on Ebuyer: looks the same drive to me! How is this a different drive then? BTW bought this drive from Ebuyer approx a year ago and it doesn't have "PC P300" on the sticker like the Amazon product page displays. Maybe the Amazon listing is inaccurate. Just bought another from Ebuyer, signing up to the Visa Checkout thing through TCB so about a quid TCB to come off the cost plus £5 paid back to my bank account in around 10 days from the Visa Checkout thing. £59.73 or thereabouts for 3TB HDD.

iDealYou

If you buy digital contents from Apple or Google stores, you MUST download all your purchases because they can withdraw them at anytime. Thus, all your purchases are no longer available after that. This is in their T&Cs. When the original owner decides to withdraw, Apple/Google has to comply. I recommend you download all your purchased digital contents to your backup systems. Don't waste your spaces! (y)

WD Red Pro 4TB NAS 3.5" Hard Drive £84.97 @ Laptops direct
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Found 26th SepFound 26th Sep
Less than half price! Amazing price for a hard drive. Be quick though, probably going to go fast! Rotation Speed - 7200rpm Cache Size - 256MB Warranty - 5 year manufacturer W… Read more
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CyptoHippy

My order got dispatched had no issues

twix41

Baiting again, price dropped again last night, ordered 2, this morning order was cancelled and price has gone back up.

dwl99

" Hello, I am sorry to hear that your order has been cancelled. After looking into this, this was because there was a price issue and we wouldn't be able to supply these items at the cost that were on the order. I apologise for this and any inconvenience this may have caused Kind regards Mark"

unkle1977

Mine is still awaiting dispatch

smr1

Will just take longer to cancel through paypal.

Crucial MX500 CT1000MX500SSD1(Z) 1 TB Internal SSD (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch) - £156.23 @ Amazon
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Found 20th SepFound 20th Sep
I believe this is the lowest price for this SSD so far, and faster than the similarly priced WD Blue SSD. http://ssd.userbenchmark.com/Compare/WD-Blue-3D-1TB-vs-Crucial-MX500-1TB/… Read more
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merchant_ac

Price has now dropped to £155.03.

thedean1999

Showing up as £164 - so has the deal expired?

Gort1951

Resistance is futile.

TimeZ0ne

Must... Resist...

Samsung 250 GB 860 EVO SSD - £59.99 @ Amazon
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Found 8th SepFound 8th Sep
Cheapest alternative retailer doing it for £64.50 With delivery. This price is usually for Prime members only, includes FREE delivery. Samsung ssd, not much to say to be honest. A… Read more
saeed2810

Btw bx models are low end model whereas mx models are better performing. Normal users won't notice much difference tho

saeed2810

Oops, my bad ... that's made it well awkward

RiverDragon8

(skeptical) Clearly states 3 year warranty.

saeed2810

Lol,1 years vs 5 years warranty.. Shows how much confidence the company has in their product

RiverDragon8

Pay extra £3.50 for the Crucial BX500 480GB SSD using Visa checkout for £5 discount.

Adata Ultimate SU650 120GB 2.5" SATA III SSD - £23.94 delivered *** updated price£23.56 @ CCLOnline
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Great price for boot drive. Price includes 1st class royal mail shipping SATA III Interface 2.5 Form Factor Up to 520MB/s Read, 320MB/s Write 4K IOPS Read: 20000 4K IOPS Wri… Read more
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saeed2810

The video contains another link in description, might be helpful for you to find out which caddy @asifbutt

asifbutt

after looking at this and Kingston I finally bought ADATA SU650 120GB 3D NAND 2.5 inch SATA III High Speed Internal SSD Solid State Drive from 7dayshop link here Can anyone tell me which caddy do I need as I need to replace the DVD drive of HP elitebook 8470p with this SSD. I had been on ebay and seen one of this (click here) but the seller states it is only for SATA and not suitable for my needs. can anyone help me?

gtd65

Well I tried various other things and no joy, contacted Amazon and they've processed a refund. Job done! :)

gtd65

I'll give that a go. I've tried it in the main HDD slot and also in a DVD caddy. Will see what happens in my spare laptop.

saeed2810

You do know that there is a possibility of you having a faulty ssd.I would get A usb to sata 2.5 cable and then test it on a working Windows system to format and copy some files. You could also try swapping ports if you have spare.

Samsung 500GB 960 Evo PCIe SSD @ £149.99 @ Ebuyer
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Found 23rd AugFound 23rd Aug
Internal Solid State 500GB PCIe 3.0 x4 NVM Express M.2 (2280) 3 years limited
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teeeyedee

The 970 dropped again on Amazon, now £2 cheaper and better than this. Samsung 970 EVO 500 GB V-NAND M.2 PCI Express Solid State Drive - Black https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07CGGP7SV/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_69VGBbVZ2B1HN

pengwyn

Are these coming down in price then, heard they gonna be a price crash. I want a 1tb ssd for about 100 I looking to put files on it most used for fast access can you get usb ssd that I can hookup to my pi nas

bytemaster

Consider the Adata XPG SX8200 480GB from CCL £104.99 Up to 3200MB/s Read, 1700MB/s Write and extremely good reviews.

mattclarkie

WD Black NVME is the same price (£149.97) at Amazon, have the 250Gb and its blisteringly fast and certainly worth considering, believe its essentially a SanDisk internally.

Carson_Official

Thats exactly what I put above? https://www.hotukdeals.com/comments/permalink/34934559

WD Blue 500GB 3D NAND SSD @ Ebuyer
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Found 19th AugFound 19th Aug
High capacity and enhanced reliability Read 560MB/s Write 530MB/s 95k/84k IOPS 3 year limited warranty
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tonyyeb

Anyone used one of these in a PS4? Any noticeable differnce?

Epicurean

Yes, my right boot. Start the car, love. We're leaving.

RichTE

The Crucial MX500 CT500MX500SSD1(Z) 500 GB Internal SSD (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch) is the exact same price on Amazon right now too.

tan159

That's not really the hardwares fault. It's all the bloatware & malware on it thats slowing it down. A fresh install of XP will see a boot in about a minute.

shane_stocks

This is cheap. I opted for the black because of the mega speeds but would have bought this if I hadn't set my mind on it.

Seagate Barracuda - 2 TB internal hard drive, silver,ST2000DM006 - £50.99 @ Amazon
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Found 16th AugFound 16th Aug
2TB BARRACUDA 7200RPM 64MB CACHE INTERNAL HARD DRIVE (ST2000DM006)The Seagate Barracuda is an amazing versatile and trusted hard drive that has been designed with dependability in … Read more
smr1

Buffalo Terastation 5200 so not the greatest but just looked and it only cost me £161 when it's £695 now.

dandoc2

Yawn

lollypoplee

I think you'll find its you that is the idiot ! You seem to be one of those people who hates to be proved wrong. I posted a helpful post, then YOU decided to butt in with your WRONG posts.

dandoc2

Wow you are a moron

themanwithapc

I think there is some difference between NAS and other hard drives. See the first article I could find. https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/nascompares.com/2017/09/08/what-is-the-difference-between-nas-hard-drives-and-standard-hard-drives-is-it-all-a-big-con/amp/ From my own server I always notice that the standard desktop drives are more noisy and run hotter than than the NAS drives I have in there. Doesn't mean they will definitely die before the NAS drives but it does make it more likely in my opinion.

Hynix 500GB Solid State Drive/SSD £79.98 Ebuyer
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Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
Great price for a decent SSD drive! (excited) Product Description The SK hynix SL308 SSD delivers a superior blend of performance, reliability and value that take your everyda… Read more
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Gentle_Giant

Speeds are all much of a muchness these days, so go for the longest warranty (for when it fails)..

spannerzone

Crucial or Samsung for me, SanDisk for family and friends (popcorn)

repouk

Why is this a good deal when there Crucial etc drives for £73?

TheMonk123

This a decent deal, but surely the MX500 is a better deal? Esp with 5 year warranty: https://www.ebuyer.com/822478-crucial-mx500-500gb-ssd-ebuyer-ct500mx500ssd1?mkwid=s_dm&pcrid=51482419619&pkw=&pmt=&gclid=CjwKCAjwns_bBRBCEiwA7AVGHl_oWORytlr-c-6X-zfi30Yt6QMn9XdVMVzrx6wvRKwDAugDal83kxoCfsQQAvD_BwE

ukbootlegs2015

Seems a good deal to me.

WD 1TB my passport portable drive for £30 @ Sainsbury Moor Allerton Leeds
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WD 1TB passport portable external drive for £30 @ Sainsbury Moor Allerton Leeds. This link for extra details & pictures if required https://www.wdc.com/en-gb/products/portabl… Read more
yahoo007

Politictics involves on how or who is showcased Could be national I think, they had these for over a week now.

viniteng

I would have expected this to be over a 1000 heat given it’s brand new. Heat added by me.

Janzbro

already posted

KillerNads

So would this be in Leeds store only or all the stores?

jamie015

I found the 2TB £50 deal, it was during staff double discount and I was with a staff member, so picked up a couple for £40 each! Need to find those joy-cons now... I found this 1TB deal for £30 too, used a £4 off voucher and got it for £26!

Seagate 1TB Expansion Portable Drive - £30 @ Sainsbury Leeds Moor Allerton.
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Seagate 1TB @ Sainsbury Moor Allerton for £30, not sure if it’s a good deal but posting if some one need them at this price. You will find these at 3 different location 1) Electr… Read more
Seagate_Surfer

Dont forget to backup your info. The conventional wisdom by tech experts on backups is known as the 3-2-1 method. Basically you want: 3 copies of any data you don't want to lose 2 different mediums it's stored on (so 2 different drives in your computer, for example) 1 copy kept offsite, to prevent against disaster.

Janzbro

already posted

Seagate BarraCuda - 4 TB internal hard drive, Silver,ST4000DM004 £85.49 @ Amazon
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Found 8th JulFound 8th Jul
Cheap 4 TB, great price for additional storage, thinking of getting two for a CCTV DVR
FellowPazzini

Curry's will price match.

ilko_t

Did Seagate fix their longstanding reliability issues?

raffaello

Around 8th of May Amazon had a good price on this HDD :)

FlipperDolphin

They're usually this price so nothing special. Been around this price since march

bbdom

Standard Amazon warning about buying hard drives - put some cushions under your letterbox as they'll pack this in a cardboard envelope and lob it through your letterbox. Just hope that the delivery driver doesn't throw it around, drop it or put anything on top of it for the remainder of it's journey .....

Integral 120GB P Series 5 SATA III 2.5" SSD Drive £24.99 but £21.69 with 4% Quidco + £2.50 Quidco Bonus + Free Delivery @ MyMemory
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Currently selling on MyMemory for £24.99. Go via Quidco to get 4% cashback (tracking at £0.83), plus £2.50 bonus cashback (activate it beforehand!), making it only £21.69!!! Bargai… Read more
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avi312singh

Dam feel sorry for you if your wife is like that, obviously chats a lot of rubbish and sounds very high maintenance

avi312singh

Use a lot of software and stuff so would be unsuitable for my purposes

VitalViper

Oh joy, mine just failed after a whole 80 hours of on-time, can't erase,clone,boot etc and hangs my system if plugged in waiting for i/o How's the MyMemory customer support? :( Thankfully nothing of value lost (test rig ssd) but a definite word of warning from me!

michaeljb

you sound like my wife on her hen do to the dam (party)

balvi

cheers OP will be lovely boot SSD for the 2016 server.

Heads Up. New Product. 2.5'' --9.5mm-- Toshiba L200 SATA 2TB PMR 5400rpm Internal Hard Drive + free 5 day delivery. @ Ebuyer
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A standard spinning rust internal SATA hard drive but with a 2TB capacity in a 9.5mm form factor using Perpendicular Magnetic Recording - PMR not Shingled Magnetic Recording (slowe… Read more
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rnem170

If this is bulk, the warranty is likely to be 12 months I had a Toshiba drive fail after 2 yrs 6 months and even though the toshiba warranty site said it was in warranty, because it was a bulk/oem drive, they said the warranty wasn't valid. The retailer (ebuyer) said the warranty with them was 12 months so tough. Their site says: Service & Support Limited warranty - 3 years but it says Manufacturer Warranty. This is unlikely to be true as it's not a retail product.

Chuggee

Seagate Barracuda 2.5" 2TB is 7 mm form factor so compatible with much more laptops for £63.64. The Seagate SMR firmware is perfectly fine and just as fast as most PMR drives. amazon.co.uk/Seagate-BarraCuda-Internal-Drive-Factor/dp/B01LXRWWB6 Or if you don't like that, you could always get the FireCuda with SSD caching when it goes on sale. I wouldn't buy anything from eBuyer any more, but deal regardless.

Agharta

More cowbell.

diktiomenos

But no HDMI though...

gdata

And yes this would work inside a PS4

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