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WD Blue SN550 1TB High-Performance M.2 Pcie NVMe SSD £114.44 @ Amazon
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Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Nvme goes mainstream with a powerful cost-effective storage solution that adds to the reliability of an SSD Get breakneck sequential read speeds up to 2400 MB/s to improve your pr… Read more
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FoO.ShAKeS

I use this as an additional drive for my Steam and multimedia library. Very pleased with its performance having purchased through WD store for less than a oner recently with discount code.

rgbws

For the vast majority of people, they're not going to notice a difference (or sometimes only a very minor difference) between an NVMe SSD and SATA SSD. Although this NVMe SSD is one of the slower ones.

taras

Ahh yes he did. My appologies

Chookity

He said sata SSD not HDD.

ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB Gaming Black Internal, M.2 SSD £135.22 at cclcomputers ebay
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02/06/2020Expires on 02/06/2020Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Ultra Fast internal M.2 already on offer @ £142.34 get an additional discount using code PRODUCT 5 Comparable against the Samsung 970 Pro 512GB M.2 SSD that costs more with half … Read more
davidnguyen56614

It doesn’t need one to function but with many NVME drives they start to thermal throttle under heavy use. The provided heat sink does lower the temperature a little bit but if your motherboard comes with a heat sink that should be used instead.

Hotknife

Mine arrived today if people are interested in the heatsink.

Hotknife

If used standard i think not, but the description does talk about overclocking as a option so i guess thats when you would use the heatsink.

funkyphonics

Does it need a heatsink?

Hotknife

It does include a optional heat sink to show off if thats ur thing, and cloning software so a good all around package.

ADATA SX8200 Pro 1TB Nvme m.2 SSD £135.22 delivered using code @ CCLComputers / ebay
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Cheapest price I can see on the internet for this quick SSD. I believe it is TLC so should last longer than cheaper QLC drives. PCI Express 3.0 x4 NVMe M.2 2280 Form Factor Up to… Read more
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TheKaledan

Why tho? The price?

gavin1

I’d still say the TBW values still won’t be hit by most people. I’ve an 2TB Intel 660p as my main drive it’s got a TBW of 400. Roughly that means I have to write 200gb to the drive every day for five years to exceed the TBW in the warranty period. Even if I had the 512gb which has a lower rating of 100TBW that’s still 50gb of data written (and on the 512gb that’s about 10% of the drive capacity) to it each day. Very, very few people will do this each and every day. If your constantly editing HD/4K/8k video maybe, but then you’d have not bought a budget drive in the first place.

MattyB_

The only thing to consider is whether it'll be a boot (Windows) drive or not - if so, and considering for many people a drive like this would be a long term investment - I'd probably say it's worth going for a TLC as it'll be getting *alot* more read/writes. If it's a secondary drive, then agreed, I doubt many would hit the limits of a QLC.

goatless

For £10 more the Sabrent Rocket is a better buy (235 reviews vs nearly 6000 and 82% 5* vs 89% 5*). T H I S *

WD Blue SN550 1TB High-Performance M.2 Pcie NVMe SSD up to 2,400 MB/s for £107.99 delivered @ Amazon
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Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
Decent low offer for this NVMe SSD especially compared with other retailers. Put NVMe power at the heart of your PC for lightning-fast, ultra- responsive performance. The WD Blu… Read more
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Wyshniukas

I had to return this, DOA strangely.

bigmaz

Thats not how this place works.... People just make sweeping statements to try and sound smart then cannot backup what they say :p

Infiniteey

I don't see any drives that are "much faster for just a few quid extra", do you have any examples?

mark6220

It's a bit slow for this type of drive. You can get much faster for just a few quid extra

Zagio

Thank you, been looking for a budget NVME drive so this will do nicely, heat added :)

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Transcend SATA III 6Gb/s M.2 SSD Solid State Drive 960GB for £86.65 delivered @ Amazon
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Decent offer. :) Space-saving M.2 Type 2280 form factor Up to 550 MB/s read; 500 MB/s write 3D NAND flash memory RAID engine and LDPC coding for data integrity; built-in … Read more
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Snoop_Froggy_Frogg

Do not buy this as it does not have a DRAM. This has 2005 specs. Very sub standard. It's cheap for a reason. Ribbit.🐸

Candriu

Definitely, spending a few quid more for a good SSD is just going to spare you a few annoyances later on.

kos1c

Thank you for that in-depth explanation. It's greatly appreciated. I'll make sure to get a good quality m.2 drive, as looking to shift my gaming pc for this gaming laptop (hp omen 15), want to make sure the quality is there as it'll be my work and play system going forward. :)

Candriu

There's 2 main types of M.2 drives, SATA or NVMe. SATA M.2 drives are basically limited by the interface to speeds of up to around 500MB/s reads / writes, while NVMe ones since they use PCIe tend to be much faster (PCIe gen 3 ones going up to around 3000MB/s reads / writes). The reason why that SSD above isn't really a great deal is because it has no DRAM. Basically an SSD is composed of 3 main components, the NAND flash chips to which you write your data to, the controller which interfaces between your PC and the NAND flash (also handles a lot of tertiary functions) and finally the DRAM chip(s) which handles mapping tables. Mapping tables are basically what they sound like, a map of where all of your data is in those NAND flash chips so when you try to read or write something the controller knows where that data is or should go. To cut costs recently a lot of SSDs came out without DRAM, which can impact performance considerably since the SSDs have to write mapping data to the NAND chips (DRAM is significantly faster and lower latency than NAND). SATA DRAM-less drives tend to generally be quite poor performance wise and I'd only really recommend them if you're getting 120GB or 240GB variants to speed up an old laptop or maybe for a Raspberry Pi project. NVMe DRAM-less drives tend to be somewhat faster due to the interface, most of these drives make use of HMB (Host Memory Buffer aka they'll allocate a small part of your system's RAM for their mapping tables), so they're not really a bad choice for game storage if you want to save a few quid. The WD Blue SN550 for example is a very good DRAM-less NVMe drive Of course I'd recommend you check out reviews first before you buy something, Anandtech, Tweaktown, Tomshardware tend to have pretty good reviews. A few quick recommendations if you just want to upgrade your system: For a boot drive you need something with DRAM of course, so a good NVMe drive like the ADATA SX8200 (Pro), Silicon Power P34A80, Sabrent Rocket, WD Black, Kingston A2000 / KC2000, Samsung 970 EVO (Plus), Seagate Firecuda/Barracuda 510 should do the trick. For game/multimedia storage any NVMe drive should suffice. SATA M.2 drives you should check out: Micron MX500, WD Blue, Samsung 860 EVO Also check your laptop's manual and see which M.2 slots support NVMe/SATA.

yw2126

be careful it is sata 3

Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD (2,000 MB/s R, 1750MB/s W) + 5 Yrs. Warranty - £100.98 - Delivered @ CCLonline
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Not the best NVMe but currently it's the cheapest you can get for the specs. that works well for the most of the users. It's been lot cheaper in the past (£77.15 as far as I know … Read more
Brutes

True that the price are making me mad these days.. I wish the time comes around again .. :( You won't believe but I posted these for £84.99 and £39.99 respectively but as the vocuher got stacked I bought thesee as below : 2TB was about £109.99 but didn't buy it.

wakkaday

Bargain

spritey

NVME SSD prices are silly at the moment. Really not a good time to buy new from retail. You just get inferior quality at an inflated price. Hunt on ebay instead. I recently got a 2TB Sabrent, brand new and sealed for £170 and it came a couple of days ago.

ukez

Agreed

Altirix

For NVME drives id recommend currently 1TB - https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07MV5FVMS?tag=pcp0f-21&linkCode=ogi&th=1&psc=1 2TB - https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07S69GZGS?tag=pcp0f-21&linkCode=ogi&th=1&psc=1 these are technically the same drive, just branded by diffrent companies,like many others they use the refrence Phision E12(S) design, sometimes drives based on the Silicon Motion SM2262EN are also good deals but you need to be careful as manufacturers can select what DDR they use as cache (if you spot any good deals check the product specification and it should say what controler it uses) they too are great drives, but usually cost a bit more.

Crucial P1 1TB NVMe M.2 PCIe Performance 3D SSD/Solid State Drive (5 Year Warranty) £100.98 Delivered @ Amazon
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Amazon seem to have price matched this with the recent deal from CCL which is now out of stock :) Fast Capacity for Less Whether you are trying to get in the game faster or… Read more
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DealsDen101

Yes NVMe wont make much difference in games or boot times compared to SSD :) HDD is very slow.

Bossworld

Thank you, there's a few quid saved then assuming my old 830 won't be a bottleneck - I've got the 4TB for bulk media storage. Is the video still accurate 4 years on?

DealsDen101

NVMe is not necessary for a boot drive, save your money and use a normal SSD :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EdF_aerWcW8

Bossworld

Trying to get my head around all this as my PC is based on kit that ranges from 3 to 8 years old. I've currently got an AMD Phenom II X6 1045t, with 8GB DDR3 RAM, an R7 260X, and the following drives: Samsung 830 SSD (128 GB) Western Digital Blue (I think) 4TB Western Digital Blue 512GB (used for dumping miscellaneous stuff that I don't want to get backed up from the 4TB) An old Samsung SATA BD-ROM/DVD-RW I've just bought 16GB of DDR4 RAM from a deal today, I'm planning on getting the MSI Mortar Max board, and the Ryzen 5 3600, probably a new GFX card when I can afford it. I don't game on here, I've got an XBOX 1 X for that, but I'm doing simple video editing in Camtasia and I've finally got around to installing Cubase. ---- In brief, should I be getting an nVME drive? Would probably be looking at between 256GB and 512GB, and using it for a boot drive. I'd then probably ditch the Samsung 830 and the old SATA 512GB hard drives.

edanfalls

Interesting, I hadn’t thought of that. I’d imagine that would disable Windows Secure Boot though.

Gigabyte 1TB M.2 PCIe NVMe Performance SSD/Solid State Drive £116.48 + £5.48 del Available to pre-order @ Scan
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Posted 2nd MayPosted 2nd May
1TB Gigabyte NVMe Solid State Drive Gigabyte NVMe SSD 1TB PERFORMANCE. STABILITY. Introducing the new GIGABYTE NVMe SSD with a total capacity of 1TB and PCI-Express 3.0 x4, NVMe 1.… Read more
KarlReading

Looks pretty decent, although i would probably go for the Sabrent Rocket 1TB pcie 3.0 varient at £129.99 myself.

NarodWicked

For a SSD without DRAM at this price you have got to be having a laugh, I know it uses DRAM directly but that isn't good enough for this price

bingowings85

2500 / 2100 MBs Maximum Read / Write Not the quickest, but no slouch either

Samsung Evo Plus 1TB M.2 SSD - £103.97 delivered @ Viking Direct
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Back in stock 1tb n.2 drive a absolute steal for the price for a blazing fast ssd.. Get the best in SSD technology with Samsung Faster than its predecessor the 970 EVO, the Samsun… Read more
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Bossworld

On a weekend? That's a first, surely.

Kulaak

Except they are a trade only distribution company. So unless you can make a company account you have no hope of getting one direct. Not to long ago I bought a blu-ray disc from a deal on here that was posted to me. Later I found out they were literally just a couple of minutes, a few streets away!

azda81

Ive been busting a nut to get these drives and turns out they are 5 mins down the road from me (annoyed) (annoyed) (annoyed)

spannerzone

This company according to someone that got their drive https://www.cmsdistribution.com/

daudiamd

Yes setup a few alerts but don’t seem reliable, any particular one you use?

Barebones PC Specialist Nova 15.6 Ryzen 5 3600 RTX 2070 4GB RAM 128 GB M.2 SSD No OS £1096 @ PC Specialist
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Note that this is a configurable system, for those willing to install their own ram, hdd and os it includes a desktop ryzen 3600 and rtx 2070 Specification: AMD® Ryzen™ 3600 … Read more
Nujol

Review “Less than 40 minutes battery life” I guess to be expected but it does make you think what’s the point lol

iBird90

Honestly if you're looking for a desktop replacement this is a pretty fair deal... yes a mobile CPU with a lower tdp would be better for battery life but I don't think that's the segment PC Specialist are going for. If you are looking for raw performance in a laptop that can be transported with relative ease but you don't have to worry about being away from a charger then you'd struggle to find better at this time. Word of warning AMD 4th Gen mobile is due to start shipping, which does offer a way better battery life. If anyone is interested in buying check out the following review of this by PC Gamer: https://www.pcgamer.com/uk/pc-specialist-nova-15-gaming-laptop-review-amd-ryzen-9-3900/

Sie_Masz

"Barebones"

LondonsRichestTramp

Why are you all saying 4gb ram is poor. We all know that. The original post says it's good if you want to buy your own ram etc to put in it. Am I the only one that read it lol

3anana

Agreed, at this price a 2060+4800H is a much more rounded package.

WD Blue SN550 1TB High-Performance M.2 Pcie NVMe SSD £104.99 @ Amazon
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Nvme goes mainstream with a powerful cost-effective storage solution that adds to the reliability of an SSD Get breakneck sequential read speeds up to 2 400 MB/s to improve your p… Read more
cl111

Just got mine today and stuck it in a cheap PCI-E adapter thinking it might cause some performance drops but it performs a tiny bit better than advertised.

duffman2605

£114.98 now

lucas4

The WD Blue is absolutely perfect for gamers in my opinion. Excellent read performance and reasonable write performance. Not overly expensive like the Samsung drives and reasonable performance irrelevant of the capacity used. That's why I'm not a fan of the Intel or Crucial QLC drives for only a few quid less.

gavin1

I agree somewhat, but back to the point if you are someone who will want top performance from your hardware (as gamers generally do) you won’t be looking at these, more the high end drives like the 970’s where there isn’t QLC, but they are about double the price.

lucas4

Indeed. But for the sake of £10, it's not worth dealing with those compromises versus something like this WD Blue IMO. I'd say that people who use this as a secondary drive (maybe games drive) will fill it heavily. Expecting to then write pretty large files is not an unreasonable task to be conducted. Maybe moving Steam games from HDD to this SSD, maybe messing with some video captures (not necessarily video editing). Certainly not massively common. But just not worth the compromise for £10 saving IMO.

CORSAIR MP600 1TB M.2 PCIe Gen 4 NVMe SSD/Solid State Drive - Refurbished £115.48 delivered @ Scan
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Great price cheapest I have seen it. Great speed and read and write.(REFURBISHED)
shaz2sxy

Looks like when I ordered it had changed to pre order so awaiting stock... ohwell I can wait

EricR

Two days ago and mine was an international order.

shaz2sxy

Anyone else got theres yet? still awaiting picking for my order?

Bassl1n3

Delivered and installed today. As far as I can see, this is a brand new drive. The box was a little tatty. After imaging, Crystal Disk Info reported only 350GB of data has been written to the drive (the size of my image). Absolute bargain!

This_is_a_Vacation

You're right Ashley.n, Corsair tries not to devalue their brand showing clearance or sales and repackage 'new' old stock (NOS) in a white box and usually only sell it from their own website or Scan, I've only ever received untouched new mice/keyboards/ssd/fans. Their Mouse&Keybd, Fans and Cases are overrated for the last few years though imo. It's similar to the way the bigger Car Manufacturers never show sales pushes with a discount, instead they give you 'free' interest free credit and cashback.

Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD + 5 Year Warranty - £95.99 delivered @ Crucial Shop
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Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD + 5 Year Warranty - £95.99 delivered @ Crucial Shop
£95.99£101.185% Free P&P FreeCrucial Shop Deals
As the price of these SSDs are going up, this seems a good deal under £100 :D
gabesdad

Pretty sure, like my 15" 2015 MBP, Apple went for their own custom SSD drives by then, so non-compatible.

glomph

Would this be alright in a laptop without a heatsink? I have an xps13 (9360) and while the website assures me that it is compatible I am worried it is going to overheat all the time and the fan is going to go mad.

zworld

I bought this and then returned it on the advice of fellow HUKDers. I instead went for a Sabrent.

Raiken200

That is why it's way cheaper, yes. Show me a Samsung 970 Evo NVME 1TB for £100 and I'll happily buy it. Just because it's worse than ones that cost a lot more does not make it a bad deal.

retrend

https://www.amazon.co.uk/glotrends-Aluminum-Heatsinks-Cooling-Silicone/dp/B076YZMQR5/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?keywords=nvme+heatsink+copper&qid=1585536034&sprefix=Nvme+h&sr=8-3

WD Blue SN550 1TB High-Performance M.2 Pcie NVMe SSD £104.99 at Amazon
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WD Blue SN550 1TB High-Performance M.2 Pcie NVMe SSD £104.99 at Amazon
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This seems like a really good price for an m.2 NVME SSD. I’ve only seen SATA M.2 at this price.
The_Pope

they got canceled

Madwyn

It looks it’s better than my P1 and 660. I bought the warehouse version which is £99.

gavin1

Maybe but Chrome books are built to a price point. They are not designed to be upgraded, but used for 3-5 years then replaced just like tablets or phones. Even more expensive laptops can be designed not to be upgraded, MacBooks usually can’t be upgraded after purchase as everything is soldered to the logic board. By soldering in componentS in it makes the device less likely to fail due to rough handling but that comes at the cost of limited to no upgrade up options

cheekster

Comparison of the 500GB version (sadly 1TB hasn’t been benchmarked so possibly not a fair comparison?) of this NVMe vs Crucial P1 1TB NVMe (currently just under £100 on Amazon) and the latter looks like the better buy and slightly faster. https://ssd.userbenchmark.com/Compare/WD-Blue-SN500-NVMe-PCIe-M2-500GB-vs-Crucial-P1-3D-NVMe-PCIe-M2-1TB/m759521vsm607339 https://www.amazon.co.uk/Crucial-CT1000P1SSD8-Solid-State-Drive/dp/B07J2Q4SWZ Crucial P1 was posted on here a few weeks back for ~£91 from CCL Computers on eBay. Which was a very good buy imo.

dave159

does anyone have theirs installed under the GPU? currently have intel 1tb one that sits away from gpu and cpu but with one slot showing in the manual for my Asrock mobo, not sure if thats ideal

WD Blue SN550 1TB High-Performance M.2 Pcie NVMe SSD - £99.99 @ Amazon
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WD Blue SN550 1TB High-Performance M.2 Pcie NVMe SSD - £99.99 @ Amazon
Excellent SSD for the money. £99.95 with free postage (If you have Amazon Prime)
modd1uk

That was posted on the 24th, and the price has since been edited ;). Nice try though. Either way, appreciate the comment, have a good evening.

Jocky.Balboa

And 4p cheaper https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/wd-blue-sn550-1tb-high-performance-m2-pcie-nvme-ssd-10499-at-amazon-3412229

modd1uk

Pretty sure I was the first to post at £99.99 but feel free to prove me wrong, I believe there was a post the other day at £105 ish?

Jocky.Balboa

Already posted

mchcreations

Wd blue nvme definitely TLC Sabrent Rocket Q definitely QLC Sabrent Rocket (non-q) TLC A quick google will show you full specs and controllers Apparently the problem with the WD blue is doesn’t have external memory just internal cache and it’s quite small, hence the lower performance (and price) compared with other nvme

WD Blue SN550 1TB High-Performance M.2 Pcie NVMe SSD £99.95 @ Amazon
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WD Blue SN550 1TB High-Performance M.2 Pcie NVMe SSD £99.95 @ Amazon
£101.99£111.989%Amazon Deals
Price drop! A good price on this quality drive. https://www.tomshardware.com/uk/reviews/wd-blue-sn550-m2-nvme-ssd-review-best-dramless-ssd-yet Nvme goes mainstream with a pow… Read more
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CatSocks

Price has gone up and out of stock till 7th march now

Netherspark_.

Any hints of a 2TB version on the horizon?

TreeMunky

You can but you wouldn't want too. About the only thing you can exchange.

Rao12

thanks

richard.reed

Lol... Yes need one of those... Can imagine that will become the normal price soon though

Crucial CT1000P1SSD8 P1 1 TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD 2000Mb/s Read, 1700Mb/s Write - £92.36 @ Amazon
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Crucial CT1000P1SSD8 P1 1 TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD 2000Mb/s Read, 1700Mb/s Write - £92.36 @ Amazon
Features & details 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… Read more
robodan918

2 lane PCIe? Why so slow

kyeung

Reviews suggest it is qlc instead of tlc, some report loses performance in just over a couple of month usage??

ms84

You are right mate. Probably as soon as Xstra Digital Storage sell last three units out price will go over £100.Already £2 up.

Brutes

This price fluctuation is happening quite a few times in the past few days ... in competing the third party sellers. Let's see when they really drop to this price for atleast a day. Good price (y)

Patriot Memory PS512GPM280SSDR M.2 PCIe Solid State Drive 512 GB £36.38 Amazon
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Patriot Memory PS512GPM280SSDR M.2 PCIe Solid State Drive 512 GB £36.38 Amazon
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FierceVinegar

my order was canncelled

rev6

https://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/9256/patriot-scorch-512gb-nvme-ssd-review/index.html

davidh5555

Thanks managed to order

baz9torres

Strange this drive isn’t on https://ssd.userbenchmark.com for comparison. I’m after a SSD for my ASUS FX503VD-DM080T laptop. Not sure whether to order this or wait for a good price on something like a Samsung Evo/Pro (for much more) to ensure I get the best. Does seem a bit of a bargain on price history alone, mind. :/ Was over £100 for a long time and as recently as November.

FierceVinegar

yeah i actually decided to buy it this time even though i have way too much storage already

Intel 660p Series 2TB M.2 SSD £181.98 delivered @ Ebuyer
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Intel 660p Series 2TB M.2 SSD £181.98 delivered @ Ebuyer
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Not the quickest SSD but an 2Tb NVme drive for ~£180 is great. I bought this for my Mini ITX build back in October for £193 but have gone up recently to over £200 so to come down t… Read more
sagman76

Paid a bit extra for next day for mine. Arrived yesterday morning. Really, really pleased. I had a 256gb and 512gb in my Alienware 13 R3. Took the 512gb out. Put 2tb Intel in. A bit of disk Management later it was found and formatted and visible. Used Macrium to clone my entire 256gb. Popped in th 256gb slot added in the 512gb and running like a dream. I used Steam Mover to transfer games over from the 512 and it was sooooooo fast. 10GB game was in seconds not minutes .Awesome stuff. Ill definitely be adding another at some point for my Launchbox build.

sagman76

Paid a bit extra for next day for mine. Arrived yesterday morning. Really, really pleased. I had a 256gb and 512gb in my Alienware 13 R3. Took the 512gb out. Put 2tb Intel in. A bit of disk Management later it was found and formatted and visible. Used Macrium to clone my entire 256gb. Popped in th 256gb slot added in the 512gb and running like a dream. I used Steam Mover to transfer games over from the 512 and it was sooooooo fast. 10GB game was in seconds not minutes .Awesome stuff. Ill definitely be adding another at some point for my Launchbox build.

iz123456789

I would like to know this too, I have UX560UQ-FZ033T ASUS Zenbook Flip UX560U i7-7500U 2.70GHz 12GB RAM, 512GB SSD + 2TB HDD And would like to replace my 512GB SSD with this 2TB SSD but not sure about compatibility. Can anyone help?

far

I have an Asus FX-504 laptop and want to replace the Optane with an SSD, 2TB is overkill and probably need something around the 250-500GB mark. Any suggestions?

Freeboski

Looks like they may have jacked the price up now. Still got it for £186.23 + P&P for a slightly different model number, maybe one with retail packaginig or something? https://www.ebuyer.com/856119-intel-660p-series-2tb-m-2-ssd-ssdpeknw020t801

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