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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
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

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


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!


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


@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.


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
Posted 15th JunPosted 15th Jun
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

For anyone who missed this I got the M.2 factor direct from Crucial with full warranty for £110 and 4% Topcashback.


Thx OP. Waited for a decent SSD deal. Heat added.


Really useful. Thank you! (y)


Crucial unit is faster: https://ssd.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Crucial-MX500-1TB-vs-Samsung-860-QVO-1TB/m406099vsm667965


That would be NVME M2 not SATA M2 :)

Intel 660p M.2-2280 2TB PCI Express 3.0 x4 NVMe Solid State Drive £177.98 (1tb  £91.04) with code @ eBay / cclonline
Posted 14th JunPosted 14th Jun
1 TB Link FOR £91.08 Main Features PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe Interface M.2 2280 Form Factor Up to 1800MB/s Read, 1800MB/s Write 4K IOPS Read: 150000 4K IOPS Write: 220000 5 Year War… Read more

Voted hot, I have 2 of these. Make the best 2tb usb sticks with caddy. Make sure you get vat receipt to get 5 years Intel warranty.


I have this M2. It is a very good drive. Unless you fill the drive, performance is fantastic. It is also excellent for low power consumption and staying cool. I transferred a massive Native Instruments folder containing 121GB and 44,667 files from a Sata SSD to the Intel 660p on my laptop and it had completeed by the time I went to check how the transfer was getting on. The SLC cache is a maximum of 280GB, over 200GB until the drive is more than half full and even when approaching full the cache is 24GB. Unless you fill the drive and regularly transfer massive files, this is never going to be an issue.


Does anyone know what interface is needed for the Macbook Pro Retina 2013 Late 15"? The model number is A1398 if that helps. I know it's removable but some silly interface. I currently have 1TB and would like to double that to 2TB.


The 2TB 660p is extremely good value, even more so with this discount. The 1TB and below models are quite weak in terms of their performance to price ratio as they are almost equal in price to the better Silicon Power P34A80 performance and endurance wise.


Is just that when you really fill up the drive, then it become slower than mechanical hard drives....

Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 512GB M.2-2280 NVMe PCIe SSD for £70.67 Delivered @ CCLONLINE
Posted 12th JunPosted 12th Jun
£4 Drop .. .... Key Features: PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe Interface M.2 2280 Form Factor Up to 3500MB/s Read, 2300MB/s Write 4K IOPS Read: 390000 4K IOPS Write: 380000 5 Year… Read more

Had two silicon power drives from amazon, both turned out to be wonky with speeds well below rated and other problems. Bought an A-data drive like this and it performs as it should.


Bad customer reviews from Amazon UK? If yes, I only see all 1* or 2* reviews are for A55 2.5" ssd version not the nvme version.


Gets some poor reviews.


I've got this for £72 last month. Works nice :D


Can get a silicon power nvme for £57 on Amazon. Excellent speeds, endurance and latencies.

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Intel 660p 512GB M.2-2280 NVMe PCIe SSD £59.24 Delivered @ CCLONLINE
Posted 12th JunPosted 12th JunLocalLocal
Key Features: PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe Interface M.2 2280 Form Factor Up to 1500MB/s Read, 1000MB/s Write 4K IOPS Read: 90000 4K IOPS Write: 220000 5 Year Warranty Solid … Read more

Higher quality faster and lower latency drivers are available on Amazon at the same price by silicon power and sabrent.


I believe this is a better deal at £57.99 The Silicon Power P34A80 512GB NVMe M.2 It uses TLC flash memory over QLC flash thats found in this 660p, so has better performance and endurance rating. This also includes a 5 year warranty too. AnandTech's Review - Includes comparrisons to this ssd too for the curious among us Edit: Formating, added price and item name to save you the click. Edit 2: Added AnandTech's review


It's a good deal but if you have a chance to buy from the states you have the 1tb version with 99.9$ (because of E3) https://www.amazon.com/Intel-660p-1-0TB-80mm-978350/dp/B07GCL6BR4

Adata XPG SX8200 Pro M.2 1TB SSD NVME 1.3 Support SSD for £121.16 with Code Delivered @ Ebuyer Ebay Delivered
Posted 7th JunPosted 7th Jun
Features The SX8200 Pro 1TB M.2 2280 SSD is XPG’s fastest SSD to date and is designed for avid PC enthusiasts, gamers, and overclockers. It features an ultra-fast PCIe Gen3x4 inte… Read more

The Corsair MP510 for £125 from Corsair directly? https://www.corsair.com/uk/en/Categories/Products/Storage/M-2-SSDs/Force-Series-MP510/p/CSSD-F960GBMP510 Far more IOPS and over twice times as much endurance: https://skinflint.co.uk/?cmp=1893101&cmp=1907832


Tom's Hardware had a very positive review about this Adata SSD: https://www.tomshardware.co.uk/adata-xpg-sx8200-pro-ssd,review-34741.html




all I need is now Amazon to do it for a decent price as I generally only like buying online from Amazon.


just asked a mate about this (techy), he said they both decent but you get a bit more piece of mind with this as it has 5 year warranty and it appears sabrent comes with 2 years

Intel 660p Series 2TB M.2 SSD Single Pack for £185.98 (1TB for £95.25) with Code Delivered @ Ebuyer Ebay
Posted 7th JunPosted 7th Jun
1 TB Link for Use the Code " PAPA10 " at checkout. Intel 660p Series 2TB M.2 SSD Single PackCapacity: 2TB Form Factor: M.2 PCIe NVme 3.0 x4 Interface Sequential Read (up to): … Read more

It's worth sticking that in the description text, the site doesn't show codes properly on all devices.


While you check out, Insert the code "PAPA10" in" VOUCHER" box. (y)


Price shows 206 for me.


be aware if transferring large files or when nearly full the speed plummets on this model.

Sabrent 1TB Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 Internal SSD High Performance SSD (SB-ROCKET-1TB) for £106.47 Delivered, Sold By SLJTrading FBA
Posted 7th JunPosted 7th Jun
Use The 12% Promotional Voucher. ####Check out the FEEDBACK from the last Deal#### click I haven't used it before but the reviews, feedback and specs are outstanding for the … Read more

Same here. Definitely a nice bonus.


Just registered and this thing has got a 5 year warranty :O


The 1TB Silicon Power drive, which I think is pretty much identical to this, the MP510 and the Seagate Firecuda, has TBW figure of 1665. They're not TBW limited in the same way the QLC based Intel 660p is.


Any ideas on the TBW value for this drive please? I see some posts on the net saying this drive has 5 year warranty but can't find any solid info.



Refurb - Corsair MP500 120Gb M.2 SSD £19.99 @ Corsair Shop
Posted 6th JunPosted 6th Jun
Having a look through the Corsair website I stumbled across these certified refurbished items. £19.99 for 120Gb £31.99 for 240Gb £47.99 for 480Gb (Although appears to be out of st… Read more

Mah (:I




These things only work for a certain amount of times. Someone else has already had the pleasure.


240gb at around 37 quid Inc postage. WD duly cancelled.


The code doesn't work. I tried when I spotted that.

HyperX HyperX Predator RGB 16GB (1x 16GB) 3200MHz RAM (FREE 120GB A400 m.2 SSD!) £92 at CCL Online
Posted 5th JunPosted 5th Jun
Good price for the bundle, decent memory and drive. Key Features: Voltage: 1.35V Latency Timing: CL16 Speed: 3200MHz (PC4-25600) 1 x 16GB DIMM Memory Intel XMP Profile Support… Read more

@Tacavas you always get my vote (lol)


I count on your vote ;)


I'm sure it is a good price and I haven't checked but there have been lots of things with 'free components' recently where you'd be better off with the saving instead. I didn't say it was a bad deal just didn't get why they mix high and low end parts.


Also best price for this module, unless I am proven wrong


Because I think most people would want the RAM to be cheaper so they can buy the SSD they actually want...

CORSAIR Force MP510 NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 SSD 2TB (1920GB) £264.99 @ Corsair Shop
Posted 5th JunPosted 5th Jun
CORSAIR Force MP510 NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 SSD provides extreme storage performance with blazing fast read speeds of up to 3,480MB/sec. This is Phison E12 controller based and its … Read more

Should be alright with NVMe compatible enclosures.


Does this works with external m.2 ssd enclousure?


Better than nothing...... (flirt)


Which is also only worth £4.99......


You'll not going to notice any difference unless you're moving huge amount of data or running multiple VM. For "Joe Avarage" PCIe 3.0 is more than enough for another couple of years. Plus those drivers going to be expensive.

Crucial CT1000P1SSD8 P1 1 TB (3D, NAND, NVMe, PCIe, M.2, Solid State Drive) for £109 Delivered @ Amazon UK
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

390k and 380k respectively. SX8200 Pro review


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


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


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.....


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

Intel 660p Series 1TB, M.2 SSD Single Pack - £99.17 / £102.66 delivered @ Ebuyer
Posted 3rd JunPosted 3rd Jun
Capacity: 1TB Form Factor: M.2 PCIe NVme 3.0 x4 Interface Sequential Read (up to): 1800 MB/s Sequential Write (up to): 1800 MB/s

A word of warning: comparing an SSD like the 660p with the Jetdrive 820 (even more so the 850, which I would advice) is comparing apples and oranges. This Intel 660p has performance as bad as a normal hard drive when nearly full or used intensely (such as reinstalling MacOS). Your 2014 MBP already comes with a reasonably fast SSD so putting the 660p in there has the real risk of making your MBP feel slower if you use it actively. In comparison, the Jetdrive SSDs or a Samsung 970 or WD Black SSD with the adapter suggested by one2omg will not only give you more space, but also give you an appreciable (and consistent) speed boost in everyday use.


This is constantly on offer around the £100 mark so don't worry if you miss it.


Thanks :)


Another option is Megamac.com as they are official UK resellers of OWC drives that are a straight replacement for the exisiting Apple drives (depending on model of course). Link to drives selection Still really expensive if you're set on 1TB.


If you require a straight swap but with simply more space, you're going to have to pay through the nose, I'm afraid. If you have the minerals, then this is what you will need: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Transcend-960GB-JetDrive-820-PCIe/dp/B075H9QLJC/ref=asc_df_B075H9QLJC/?tag=googshopuk-21&linkCode=df0&hvadid=310818960639&hvpos=1o2&hvnetw=g&hvrand=2162697272615971712&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=1006649&hvtargid=pla-386422925257&psc=1&th=1&psc=1 Or go straight to Apple and pay even more again.

Adata XPG SX6000 Pro 1TB M.2 2280 SSD - £104.99 delivered @ Box.co.uk
Posted 1st JunPosted 1st Jun
- Ultra-fast PCIe Gen3x4 interface: R/W speed up to 2100/1500MB/s - NVMe 1.3 support - 2nd generation 64-layer 3D NAND Flash - Advanced LDPC ECC Techno… Read more
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https://www.laptopmag.com/articles/ssds-with-best-laptop-battery-life tl;dr : depends on the drive


Good deal, but now expired - price now showing as £124.99 (unfortunately)


I put the ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro 512GB NVMe M.2 in my Dell XPS 9550 to upgrade from a Samsung 850 Evo SATA 2.5" SSD. The only difference i saw was my battery losing one hour! Replaced it with a Crucial MX300 275Gb M.2 SATA SSD and got my battery life back. Starting to think NVMe drives are power hungry and therefore only really belong in desktop PCs.


It will.... as mentioned above.... purely because of the SLC cache, once outside of this cache you will get read/writes less than 100MB/s. However don't just take my word for it, see it for yourself from a professional reviewer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OffzVc7ZB-o 4:08 is where he describes the why and 5:50 is where you can see the true benchmark in action once the SLC cache has run out. It's a great drive if you just want to run small benchmarks to brag about good throughput figures but its a terrible drive in real world situations. Sure it would be 'okay' if you only ever use the first few 100 GBs of the drive and stay in that SLC cache but then you'd be better off just getting a smaller Smasung Evo Pro for less money. Then the most important part on why to avoid a QLC drive if your data means anything to you then skip to 09:08


Really? Well according to SSD User Benchmark, the Intel one blows the Adata one out of the water in almost every way. https://ssd.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Adata-XPG-SX6000-NVMe-PCIe-M2-1TB-vs-Intel-660p-NVMe-PCIe-M2-1TB/m471014vsm602553

Western Digital 240 GB Internal SSD M.2 SATA Green - £28.49 @ Amazon
Posted 1st JunPosted 1st Jun
Western Digital WDS240G2G0B WD 240 GB Internal SSD M.2 SATA, Green. Been looking to upgrade from my 128Gb M2 SSD and came across this cracking deal. Maybe they are clearing old st… Read more

Never said I did not believe you, I just wondered, given your assertion, if you did test both drives. FWIW, you can see user speed tests of the drives, at: https://ssd.userbenchmark.com/Compare/WD-Green-SATA-M2-240GB-vs-Kingston-A400-240GB/m211712vs3953 Generally, it shows the Kingston A400 is faster. In my case, I just fancy a fast usb 3 stick on the cheap, using the Sabrent enclosure listed here for £7 a few days ago. For that application, I want a drive with low power consumption, to avoid potential overheating issues. Looking at the spec sheets of the Kingston and the WD Green, It appears the maximum power consumption of the Kingston is nearly half that of the WD Green. For me, that, more so than the apparent speed and certain price advantages, was what clinched it. Hope that helps.


There's always going to be a discrepancy between claimed speeds and real world speeds.


I'm talking about what I purchased compared to the claimed speeds of the Kingston. No I will not post screenshots (lol) (lol) don't actually care if you believe it or not. if you are interested in what the speeds were, 520mb(r)/460mb(w) avg of 5 tests.


So you have tested both with the same machine under the same condition? Care to show the results, preferably crystalmark screenshots?


Better than the Kingston. Bought it about a month ago and first thing tested the speed. Should've spent the extra 4£.

Samsung 860 Evo 250GB M.2 SSD £52.92 Delivered @ Laptops Direct
Posted 1st JunPosted 1st Jun
Brand Samsung Form factor M.2 Thickness 2.38mm Capacity 250GB Interface Type SATA III Read speed 550MB/s IOPS Read 97000 IOPS Write 88000 Write speed 520MB/s Warranty 5 Year Warran… Read more
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Sabrent NVMe 256GB SSD from Amazon is £14 less and is a way faster SSD overall for cheaper.


You can get comparable drives like an MX500 for well over 20% cheaper.

Adata XPG SX8200 Pro M.2 1TB SSD NVME 1.3 Support SSD for £129.47 Delivered @ Ebuyer
Posted 1st JunPosted 1st Jun
features 1TB SSD PCIe 3.0 x4 R/W up to 3500/3000MB/s NVMe 1.3 support Description The SX8200 Pro 1TB M.2 2280 SSD is XPG's fastest SSD to date and is designed for avid … Read more

It would depend on the enclosure, but even if you connected with a USB 3.0 you'd be using a fraction of the potential transfer speed. Much better of getting an external ssd hard drive.


Will this work with external exclosure?


Sure, like you said, everyone has their own preferences, conveniences and brand chlives regardless of price. (y)


Whatever happened to 5 day free delivery? Oh well, have an ebuyer account already, so will order from them anyway.


Yes I posted thst too a while ago. (y)

Sabrent SSD interne Rocket NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 de 512GB. Solid State Drive haute performance (SB-ROCKET-512) £64.23 @ Amazon
Posted 31st MayPosted 31st May
All 4 versions (256gb/512gb/1tb/2tb) are on offer. Click the "Apply 12% Voucher" just below the price then the price will adjust at the checkout. 256GB Comes to £39.59 512GB Comes… Read more
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I've decided to go for it, i'll let you know how it turns out


Looks good value for my new build, ordered thanks (y)


Got the 500gb version a month or so back and it's great value. Good speeds as a advertised. Recommend.


Thank you


One of the biggest manufactures & oem resellers of hard drive bays, since day dot of IT, cash rich, tons of corporate clients and also headed up by a nice guy, that knows his tech ;) Fab deal and amazing value for money HB, nice spot!

Samsung MZ-V7S500BW 970 EVO Plus 500 GB Solid State Drive £99.97 @ Amazon
Posted 31st MayPosted 31st May
Always Evolving SSD The ultimate in performance, upgraded. Faster than the 970 EVO, the 970 EVO Plus is powered by the latest V-NAND technology and firmware optimisation. It maximi… Read more
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Pick whichever's the cheapest.


okay thanks. so if you had a choice between this sabrent and adata sx8200 pro, roughly same price.. which one would you go for


The one I've been talking about, the Sabrent 1TB NVMe SSD. It's the cheapest 1TB NVMe SSD on the market currently (except for Intel 660p, however that is using QLC NAND flash which is not as fast and less durable).


since you know what you are talking about, may i ask you a quick question. I have a 120gb m.2 drive i want to upgrade to a 1tb especially for gaming. which specific brand/model would you recommend.


That SSD is using a Phison E12 controller and Toshiba TLC NAND flash, which is a common hardware configuration for NVMe SSDs. It's the same hardware configuration as the Corsair MP510, Gigabyte Aorus RGB, MyDigitalSSD BPX Pro and Silicon Power P34A80. It shouldn't have any problems regarding reliability. I actually have one of those drives listed (Corsair MP510) which replaced my Samsung 960 EVO. It's slightly faster overall and it's been rock solid in terms of performance and reliability.

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