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Crucial BX500 Internal SSD 1TB - £60.41 delivered (UK Mainland) @ Amazon Germany
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Posted 3 h, 12 m agoPosted 3 h, 12 m agoShipping from GermanyShipping from Germany
Seems a good price at Amazon Germany. Credit mydealz. You can utilise your UK Amazon account details to sign in and purchase. Boot up faster; load files quicker; improve overall… Read more

Been after one of these for a while for my ageing laptop. Thanks OP, have bought!


Great price and not a Prime exclusive deal. :D


Thanks at that price be daft not too.

NZXT White H700 Tempered Glass Window Tower PC Gaming Case £49.99 delivered / H700i at £49.99 at Scan
Posted 4 h, 40 m agoPosted 4 h, 40 m ago
Nice case on offer here. H700i Smart The H700 is the new premium Midi-Tower from NZXT. This case, that represents a new addition to the successful H700 Series, enjoys an… Read more

Says Pre-order on the page so presumably out of stock and will likely be cancelled. This is quite an old model so not going to be many in the supply chain.


I have the h510 which isnt as good as this case and my temp have always been good, I have a 3900x and a 2080ti, my idle temps are pretty good too


non existing, even if price is appealing I would avoid to buy this one


Ryzen 5 5600X and 3070 :) Bought prebuilt from cyberpower uk


NZXT cases are excellent, i still use one thats more than 10 years old. Considering the cheapest cases are usually more than £30 and will cut your hands as soon as you move inside it! This is a bargain!

Samsung T7 Touch SSD 500GB 1050MB/s Silver £62.00 sold by Amazon
Posted 8 h, 59 m agoPosted 8 h, 59 m ago
Cheapest price ever on Amazon, according to Camel Camel website. I posted today the non Touch T7 for £3 less, deal still live, but I feel this one worth the extra £3 for fingerprin… Read more

That’s what I did. Cancelled the T5 and this is now on the way (y)


Buy this, then return the one you bought last night.


D’oh! Bought a T5 last night at 23:57 as my final Prime Day purchase.


Anyone had experience of how secure these are when using the finger print capability?

500GB - Kioxia EXCERIA PCIe Gen3 x4 NVMe M.2 2280 TLC SSD 1700/1600MB/s R/W - 5 Years Warranty - £40.20 delivered @ Amazon
Posted 9 h, 25 m agoPosted 9 h, 25 m ago
KIOXIA EXCERIA NVMe PCIe 3.0 Gen3x4 M.2 2280 SSDUpgrading from a hard drive or SATA SSD should be easy and affordable and that’s where EXCERIA SSDs come in. KIOXIA EXCERIA SSD Seri… Read more

The endurance is 200TB for the 500GB if anyone was wondering.


How does this compare with similar offerings from Crucial? Does it have TLC memory?

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Intenso Memory Case 4 TB Portable Hard Drive USB 3.0 - £68 delivered @ Amazon
Posted 9 h, 49 m agoPosted 9 h, 49 m ago
Portable storage with decent capacity. Low price offer on Amazon. Was £79.99, now £68 The Memory Case offers much disc space and ensures the highest data transmission rates wi… Read more

Great price (y)


I hop[e someone can confirm these being WD, because after having had 2 Seagates die on me this week, I'm in no mood to touch one ever again.


I don't know what drives come inside these but someone in the past mentioned western digital. one touch will have a seagate drive inside and As with many portable Seagate drives, they have the advantage of being shuckable so if there isn't a big diff. In price, I think one touch will be a better choice.


do you think this is better than the seagate one touch drive then at same size and close enough price too? (nerd)


This is the beauty of Amazon...offering better offers during non prime day gimmicks.

480GB - Gigabyte 2.5" SSD 550/480MB/s SATA III - 3 years Warranty - £35.94 delivered @ Box
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Posted 11 h, 7 m agoPosted 11 h, 7 m ago
KEY FEATURES 480GB Capacity SATA III Interface Read 550MB/s | Write 480MB/s 4K IOPS Read: 75000 | 4K IOPS Write: 70000 3 Year Warranty GP-GSTFS31480GNTD SSD Tool Box Th… Read more

Price is certainly heading in the right direction - wasn't *that* long ago I was ordering 2Gb 7200rpm 3.5" SCSI 'clockwork' rust-spinners for enterprise servers, which at the time were setting us back £25k a pop - and these were the proverbial dog's doo-dahs at the time! (OK, that was 1993, showing my age!) Voted hot anyway :)


Cheers brutes


At this price it would be rude not to even though I just bought the mx500.