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KINGSTON FURY WHITE 16GB (2X8GB) DDR4 2133MHZ DUAL CHANNEL KIT - £64.99 / £73.69 Delivered @ Overclockers
Found 22nd AprFound 22nd Apr
Seems like a good price to me. Features: - Optimised for Intel’s 200 series and X99 chipsets - Cost-efficient high-performance DDR4 upgrade - Low power consumption (Compared to DD… Read more

Prices down all round... those waiting on Ryzen 3/Zen2 - do consider getting some "good stuff" rather than this "cheaper" ram. Gen 3 looks to be less picky but... still... it's been one of the most obvious tweaks on the first 2 generations (up to 10% performance increase with better ram) so... may well continue. 16GB (2x8) is about optimal for gaming. this is the "good stuff" (3200mhz samsung b-die): Shame the cheapest good stuff (OcUK team group) looks tacky as hell (it makes me think power rangers for some reason) but still...


I recently bought some nice Patriot Viper ram DDR4 3000 it's under £82 now


When you factor in delivery, you might as well get the Corsair kit from Amazon for just a little more here which is also a little faster Better customer service too imo.


Plus delivery ;)


What they make up for in speed they lack in tasteful aesthetics. Blingtastic! :D


Turn your dash cam car into a fake taxi!!!


Bought for the dashcam. Thanks (y)


There's a 128gb Kingston micro SD on eBay for 9.99


Bought 4 to add some continuous recording to an IPCCTV system... I know they aren’t the ultra hard wearing ones but for that price... who cares :)


100ml is a great price

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Kingston DT100G3 16GB DataTraveler USB 3.1 Flash Drive, 16 GB, Black £3.33 @ Amazon (£4.32 Non-Prime)
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Average sized USB flash drive. Prime price btw.
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Bought 10 off Amazon couple of weeks ago for £2.83 each, there quite dear at the moment, waiting for them to go back down. Slow but reliable drives.


These are slow. Have the 32gb and even fails the PVR test from my TV which usb 2.0 drives pass.


Cold from me sorry. 32gb is £4.00

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Kingston 240GB A400 SSD £24.29 @ MyMemory-with code
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Nice price to grab one of these! Use code egg10 for 10% off your order.

This is stating the obvious but if your music was all on a SSD you don't get any warning of failure - it just dies immediately. Simple answer. Make sure it's backed up.


Yas! It's Easter.good little treat (y) (y)


Got all my music stored on my SSD, loads up faster when I use foobar2000.


After my 2TB just started failing which holds my music, movies and media and with my SSD's still going strong after 4 years I'm starting to want full SSD storage. I know it's luck of the draw but fingers crossed SSD prices keep falling. (y)


An SSD is great as C: drive (boot disk); not too sure about holding a music collection.

Kingston 480GB A400 SATA 3 Solid State Drive/SSD, £46.80 at Scan (Free Delivery)
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Free delivery, decent saving. Features • 10x Faster Than A HDD: With incredible read/write speeds, the A400 SSD will not only increase performance but can also be used to … Read more



(shock) (lol) (lol) For anyone worried about majorwedgy uninformed opinion you just need to read the 1000s of excellent reviews of this drive... yes you will get a few duds, as you do with any make of drive. I replaced a HDD with one of these for a family member and the speed difference was amazing. If you're a graph snob, then yes go spend a lot more on a different drive, but for the average user who browses the web, copies files etc etc then in the real world this is more than enough. Sure if you do high volumes of 4k video editing then you may want to look for something a bit faster and a lot more expensive. If you do have any issues with the drive it's backed up with a 3 year warranty, unlike some of these cheap Chinese drives ;)


Londisk, kingdian, sunbow, silicone power. That enough for you?


I'm not claiming, I have ran several in the same rig and this was horrendous. I'm now using a Londisk and it is superb compared to this garbage. In actual fact just got my crucial mx500 back having had it fail on me and amazingly am seeing no difference between the two


actually this stuttered so bad I thought there was Problem with the machine, so thanks for your uninformed insight. I bought a silicone power ssd and finally settled on a Londisk (as dodgy and cheap an SSD as you can buy) and it feels like an SSD should unlike this. Like the guy above states this hangs and freezes and feels like a hard drive not an SSD.

Kingston SDS/128GB Canvas Select Class10 UHS-I Flash Memory Card, Black at Amazon for £14.93 Prime / £15.91 non prime
Found 15th AprFound 15th Apr
Kingston’s Canvas Select SD card is designed to be reliable, making it ideal for filming in HD and shooting high-resolution photos. You can be confident that your memories will be … Read more
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shame it's not u3. seems a bit slow considering it's not that old.


any good for full hd camera movies


For use in harsh or unstable conditions. This'll be ideal for a photo journal of my marriage!

Kingston SDS/16GB SDS 16 GB Canvas Select Class10 UHS-I Flash Memory Card, Black £3.59 Prime / £4.58 non Prime
Found 15th AprFound 15th Apr
Kingston’s Canvas Select SD card is designed to be reliable, making it ideal for filming in HD and shooting high-resolution photos. You can be confident that your memories will be … Read more
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Showing up as an add-on item. Can't order it alone.


Ordered, thanks OP. Needed one of these for a camera that I’ve just bought my daughter for her birthday


That's not a bad price for 16Gb, but for less than £1 more, one can get double-the-capacity & faster Samsung 32Gb Evo Plus microSD with a SD adapter: Crazy what one can get for the money in the past few weeks.

Kingston Technology A400 SSD 480GB Serial ATA III, £47.04 at Amazon
Found 15th AprFound 15th Apr
Price drop. 10x Faster Than A HDD; More reliable and durable than a hard drive; Ideal for desktops and notebooks; Read and write speeds of up to 500MB/s and 350MB/s;

The Crucial MX500 is much faster than this.


This one ir crucial mx500?


Would have bought, but looking for nvme ssd now as my laptops have nvme slot

Kingston 240GB A400 SSD 2.5 Inch SATA 3 Solid State Drive £24.29 @ MyMemory-with code
Found 15th AprFound 15th Apr
Decent price, use code. 10x Faster Than A HDD; More reliable and durable than a hard drive; Ideal for desktops and notebooks; Read and write speeds of up to 500MB/s and 350MB/… Read more

Hmmm a good question - many got burned by the v300 scandal where they changed the ingredients of that SSD, the first batches were great performers, the later versions much less so. They seemed back on track with the a400 series but i've seen a few comments with people saying their a400 has poor performance so there's a chance Kingston are doing it again....but I don't know for sure. I've just ordered another Integral 240GB P series for £26 - I've had a few Integral SSD drives and so far they've been fine.


are kingston SSDs better now a days? I remember the NAND issue from a few years back


Nice one! Tacavas (highfive)


Wish their 480gb+ drives were a decent price

Kingston Canvas Select Micro SD SDHC Memory Card 80MB/s UHS-1 Class 10 With Adapter - 32GB - Value 5 Pack - £17.95 @ 7DayShop
Found 11th AprFound 11th Apr
Kingston Canvas Select Micro SD SDHC Memory Card 80MB/s UHS-1 Class 10 With Adapter - 32GB - Value 5 Pack Extra Value 5 Pack: Always 100% Genuine Kingston. Each card is supplied… Read more



"Great with multi security camera purchases." These thing's aren't designed with those sorts of usage scenario's in mind, mind ... But still, it's up to you, lol.


Great price for these. They're £3.69 each on Amazon if you only need one.


Great with multi security camera purchases. Works out £3.59 each

Kingston 240GB A400 SSD 2.5 Inch SATA 3 Solid State Drive £23.74 with code @ MyMemory
Found 10th AprFound 10th Apr
*Updated 23rd April - price back down to £23.74 with code VC5* Price drop on Kingston 240GB SSD for £23.74 using code VC5 - free delivery Kingston’s A400 solid-state drive dr… Read more

My Crucial CT120/m100 has been running 24/7/365 for nearly 4 years and still showing as in good health. I've only just used the Crucial SSD utility software and enabled 'momentum cache' - let's hope that doesn't kill it :D Only shows as 4TB wear on the utility so I hope it lasts another decade or two hehe


I bought a couple of the Integral P last week, this is cheaper still and I'm seeing credible 1TB drives for ~£100, though holding off for a Ryzen 2 build in summer with m.2. One of these in a USB caddy is a cheap upgrade for an xbox one for those games that are a little clunky on the internal - looking at you Horizon 4. Any cheaper and we'll be getting these sata drives in cereal. On a side note, my 64GB Crucial M4 has now completed 41966 power on hours (4.8 years) as a WHS2011 OS drive. I wonder if these dramless TLC drives will be that robust. I guess they at least have more blocks to level over. The 240 Kingston A400 TLC quotes 80TB written vs 36TB for the Crucial MLC. Integral don't quote TB written but I assume similar to Kingston.


code also works on the 480GB model too.


thanks was at the checkout already when I read your comment - purchased the p series one instead



Kingston SDCS/16 GB MicroSD Canvas Select Class 10 UHS-I speeds Up to 80 MB/s Read (SD Adapter Included) £2.69 (Prime Exclusive) @ Amazon
Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
Class 10 UHS-I speeds up to 80 MB/s read*** Multiple capacities up to 256 GB** Built and tested to withstand harsh environments 32GB version available for £3.69 These are hand… Read more
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Good points there too, lol. :-) Thanx.


Windows OS installer works on an SD or microSD card when you use a USB adaptor. Either use the Microsoft windows creation tool to create the USB based installer or download the iso from the same site and then use something like rufus to create the installer. Rufus and similar tools will let you create both BIOS and UEFI versions so useful if restoring from system images in older BIOS based installs. But you’d a legimate windows key if installing windows.


Sweeeeeeet!. :-) Thanx. I'm assuming that that kind of answers your own question too, like?, hehehehe. :-D


Follow this simple tutorial click. Use a sd card + USB card reader instead of a USB drive.


Fair enough, I gathered such, but ... Do OS burning software 'output' to memory card's now/these Day's?, or ... It's been a while since I played with such software mind?, hehehehe, but the last time I looked (other than floppy disk), CD's, DVD's, and flash drive's were the defacto output mediums, etc? (and Blu-Ray too, I'm presuming?). But memory card's now?, lol. That's definitely new to me ... :-) Thanx forthe insight anyway. :-D

Kingston Technology DataTraveler 100 G3, 128 GB USB 3.1/USB 3.0 130MB/s, Flash Drive for £13.99 Delivered (£12.99 @ Amazon Prime) @ Base
Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
Amazon Prime can now get it for £12.99 Update 08/04/2019 Description DataTraveler 100 G3 Kingston’s DataTraveler® 100 G3 (DT100G3) USB Flash drive is compliant with USB 3.0 … Read more

Looks great for my PS Classic. Once the games are on they will be staying there so can be patient whilst filling it. Grabbing from Amazon (y)


Speeds Min Avg Max 21.1 Read 64.4 127 3.5 Write 21.6 49.9 3.16 Mixed 17.1 45.9 6.1 SusWrite 13.9 27.4


USB branding loves to display the read speed, right next to ‘super fast file transfers’. Hmmm... Tell us about the tortoise like write speed! That’s all that really matters to most folk


LOL. If you came to the internet hoping to find decent human beings then you're doing it wrong. Speaking of questions, if the author doesn't know if the write speed is any good, then I question why is this being posted as a "deal"?


I have a SanDisk Extreme USB 3.0 32Gb and it writes at a constant 90Mb/s from my laptop :)

Kingston HX424S14IB/16  16 GB 2400 MHz DDR4 CL14 SODIMM - £75.44 @ Amazon
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
Seemed quite cheap for a single 16gb module. (If anyone sees a cheaper price for 16gb let me know so i can cancel!)
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Hot. I got some crucial for £81 last year




One day, especially if they drop further, but I have 2 x 4gb's so planned on keeping one 4gb in and chucking the 16gb in until I buy another.


Depends on what you're doing mostly, but I don't think the extra latency benefits are worth £15 for sure. But on the other hand you'd be better off with using dual channel, so 2x 8gb sticks rather than one 16gb stick, as you'd only be using half the bandwidth it's capable of... unless of course you are going to get another 16gb stick?


much of a difference between CL14 & CL17?

Kingston Micro SD 128GB £13.25 Delivered with code @ MyMemory
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
Cheapest I have seen them go, with the code VC5 you get them for £13.25 delivered(big shout out to @Brutes , he knows why (y) ). Description Kingston’s Canvas Select™ mic… Read more



What's the difference between the two apart from that one has a Nintendo mascot slapped on it? Oh, I see. The speeds are different. (embarrassed)


Good deal here on Mario packaged one (y)


This any good for a Nintendo switch at all? If not, can anyone reccomend one please


Nice one , Buddy (y)

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