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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.

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...

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 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: Or go straight to Apple and pay even more again.

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.

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Samsung 970 EVO 500GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD - £100.98 delivered at Aria
Posted 30th MayPosted 30th May
Decent price for this fast M.2 SSD. SPECIFICATIONS: - Capacity: 500GB - Edition: Samsung SSD 970 EVO PLUS - Form Factor: M.2 (2280) - Interface: PCIe 3.0 (x4) - Host Controlle… Read more

Get a cheap USB enclosure then do it using a cloning tool.


Cloning a drive is generally simple (using Macrium Reflect, which is freeware) but doing this when the source and target drives can't be connected at the same time would be a real pain. A clean install will be easier.


I have a 950 Evo 256Gb, which currently has Windows installed on it, but I'd like to upgrade it to 512Gb - does anyone know the best way of transferring windows from one to the other, given I can only insert 1 into the MB at a time?


How is this deal hotter than the EVO Plus posted on Amazon?


cold sorry, this exits :

250GB Samsung 970 EVO PLUS - M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD £65.99 @ Aria PC
Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
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.
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1tb NVMe 970 Plus is cheaper on there too. Bets Amazon's price.


Good deal

Intel 660p Series 1TB, M.2 SSD Single Pack - £100.48 delivered @ Ebuyer
Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
Another price drop on these. 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
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Depends on what risk you are willing to take, a low risk that Silicon Power budget drives won't be great or that a big brand QLC drive won't fit your needs. If you are an average consumer then the QLC really won't be something you notice.


I'd still choose the Intel brand over Silicon Power - the latter is going to have useless warranty when the Amazon returns period is over.


Agreed, this now needs to come down to around £80ish to make sense.


Can get far higher quality ssds for £10 more on Amazon. This ssd has poor endurance and worse latencies than a sata drive. The silicon power drive is far better than this.


This is a better deal at less than £10 more: No QLC flash!

Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD, £110.39 at Amazon
Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
Decent price. 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 NAND - enhancin… Read more

Yes it's a disappointing product. Crucial have only had the V4 which was also a dud. Otherwise their SSD range is superb. Wait for their second gen NVME drives imho.


Poor reviews on Amazon. So many compatibility issues unlike Intel drives which have no such issues and sell for even cheaper prices.


Good price and compares well to the Intel 660p...

Crucial P1 500GB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD for £61.19, (P1, 1 TB for £110.39) Delivered @ Crucial
Posted 5th MayPosted 5th May
Cheapest ever been Amazon Price Matched Here (Link) @ 16:00 05/05/2019 Benefits Fast capacity for less. Crucial P1 500GB 3D NAND NVMe Whether you are trying to get in the game f… Read more

I've just got the 960gb mp510. Get it direct from corsair, scan have been out of stock for a while and couldn't tell me when they would have stock again, even up to last week. Ordered with corsair directly & it was slightly cheaper and being delivered this week.


Even if you got an adaptor (which means it sits outside the case) it would be limited to the SATA3 speeds so you may as well just get a standard 2.5" SSD. Also, most benchmarks show only a second or two faster loading times between games so it's still not worth putting an SSD in there, the PS4 isn't optimised for SSD's so you'll have to wait for PS5 for that.


Stupid question. Can I convert this for PS4 use?


Well, one is close to the slowest drive out there, the other is one of the fastest. One has comparably very poor endurance, the other had some of the longest. Guess there is a reason the Crucial is cheap


I'm just considering this P1 and the Corsair MP510. hmm.

Intel 660p Series 2TB M.2 SSD Single Pack £194.98 / £198.47 delivered @ Ebuyer
Posted 25th AprPosted 25th Apr
This is another QLC nand drive. Perfectly decent for 99% of folks (QLC has reduced write endurance so... something to consider). Spec: 2TB M.2 (228) PCIe 3.0 (x4) Nvme Intel 64-La… Read more
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Bit late now I guess but.... ebay codes? Much cheaper?! :D X570 + 3900X on launch day atm. Couple of these (or perhaps 4 smaller ones :p ) to go with....


Will be the same tomorrow (y)


Now £194 too.


Just ordered this before I saw the deal here - mine will replace a 2TB Seagate SSHD used for photos and video editing so write endurance not a big issue. Read speeds look faster than SATA SSDs, on long writes of 25GB+ speeds can drop to roughly the speed of a HDD, which is fine for me.


I'm about to buy the 1TB version of this. I was stuck on the 970 Evo for a long time, but glad I waited. Now I'll get more storage, but with decent enough speed for gaming. A nice upgrade from my current 850 Evo SSD.

Intel 660p Series 2TB M.2 SSD Single Pack for £187.22 (1 tb FOR £104.88)  Delivered with Code @ eBay Ebuyer Store
Posted 18th AprPosted 18th Apr
1 tb FOR £104.88 (link) Intel 660p Series 2TB M.2 SSD Single PackCapacity: 2TB Form Factor: M.2 PCIe NVme 3.0 x4 Interface Sequential Read (up to): 1800 MB/s Sequential Wr… Read more

2tb drive has larger slc cache than 1tb. If you are buying 1tb ssd, this is better at 2tb . 5 year warranty from Intel if you manage to get the invoice


True, many users won't need to shuffle large enough files so frequently that it triggers the limitations of this drive, but it's worth mentioning. I'm also not so sure we've seen the full picture from the limited number of tests we've seen. The Linus video narration was inconsistent with the test results, and after hitting the cache wall in their first full drive write, it was a mess of throttling for each subsequent test. I'm not sure why he suggested they were also after having written half the drive, presumably because he's just the presenter and doesn't conduct the tests. PC World hit that problem after writing 200GB out of 1TB, and had to wait while the cache sorted itself out. So you're right that while many users wont be using it in a case like this, it seems like a pretty significant limitation, if you have the need for a 2TB NVMe drive (?).


To make the the fastest 2tb usb stick. All my laptops take nvme now. Already have 2. 😁


I'm tempted to ask why you need a 2TB NVMe, but each to their own.


Fragmented or just full? Once the SLC cache is burnt through the drive falls apart shuffling data from SLC to QLC storage. In reality though that's unlikely to be much of an issue in normal use.

Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD (CT1000P1SSD8) for £117.59 (500GB for £63.59) Delivered @ Crucial/Amazon UK
Posted 1st AprPosted 1st Apr
Found a great Price while looking for other SSDs. Crucial 500GB for £63.59 @ Crucial Crucial 500GB for £63.59 @ Amazon UK Crucial 1TB for £117.59 @ Amazon UK Price Matched 01… Read more

Ah thanks! Hopefully mine doesn't get too hot. Though I think it's coming with a free cooler so perhaps they think it will lol. I think all of them get hotter than normal SSD's though if I remember correctly. I think my slot is right near my gpu which gets hot so I hope it don't make the m.2 get hot but I guess we will have to see.


Better of with the one you got I believe. apparently it runs hot as well.,5852.html


This is a QLC drive which is why it is cheap for an NVMe drive.


Only on large transfers I believe. I think the Samsung has better tbw tho.


Ugh, I just ordered the Intel 660p for £106 a few days ago. Is this Crucial one better? or about the same? I'm happy either way but I do hear good things about Crucial though I think the Intel will be fine

Intel 660p 1TB M.2 PCIe QLC 3D Performance NVMe SSD/Solid State Drive £105.98 / £111.47 delivered @ Scan
Posted 28th MarPosted 28th Mar
Finally, PCIE & Intel QLC 3D in One SSD Meet today’s storage needs and prepare for the growing demands of tomorrow with the Intel SSD 660p Series built on Intel QLC 3D NAND te… Read more

Hmmmmm!! What a deal!!! From £111.48 to £111.47. Who was that who made this offer? Do they think the people are stupid?


Agreed, it's been around £108-109 for the past month or two. Not a deal.


The drive itself has excellent price/performance, but this is not a great deal from Scan as the drive is £109, delivered and in stock from eBuyer:


true, but you need to match it with the parts of the computer, processor, graphics card and the what is the purpose of the storage, we do not want to overkill it :)


For almost double the price though. 660p’s £/GB put it in comparison with other SATA SSD but 3-4 times faster. Which is more than enough for 99% of user. However, get the 2TB version instead, even cheaper per GB at £190, with double the endurance and cache capacity.

Samsung 500GB T5 portable SSD (MU-PA500B/EU). £82.83 delivered @ Amazon Deal of the day.
Refreshed 27th MarRefreshed 27th Mar
Compact and light Smaller than the average business card, weighing just 51 grams, and only 10.5 mm thick. The compact, light and slim T5 is the perfect portable storage. Ready an… Read more
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The connector doesn't matter, anything that fits a 2.5" drive will work. The important thing is the speed, in this case USB 3.1 (or as its stupidly named now 3.2 Gen 2) does upto 10Gbps so will maximise the SSD speed which has a 6Gbps SATA-III interface. Actually this one is 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1, what a stupid naming convention) so only does 5Gbps but in practice that's going to be more than enough speed..


i have a similar one of those (orico) with a standard hdd in it, it is type C so would that mean it'll work with a ssd too?


Inateck USB Type C 3.1(Gen 1) 2.5-inch External HDD Hard Drive Disk Enclosure Case with USB C Interface Optimized for SSD, Support SATA III/II/I Tool-Free Design - Black Got one of these and it does the job well. Then any SSD of your choosing, there's a Kingston 960Gb on here at the moment for under £90 so for less than £105 you'd get 1TB


If you go with 500GB, does not worth the hassle. Well, not really a hassle, but you only save less than £10. If you go with 1TB, may worth, but it will cost you at least £40 more IMO.


This should be Sam's comment:)

Intel 660p Series 2TB M.2 SSD Single Pack for £188.09 Delivered @ Ebuyer
Posted 25th MarPosted 25th Mar
Features Capacity: 2TB Form Factor: M.2 PCIe NVme 3.0 x4 Interface Sequential Read (up to): 1800 MB/s Sequential Write (up to): 1800 MB/s Product Description Intel 660p… Read more

What does single pack mean? There's an option that doesn't have single pack in the name and costs 70 quid more..


I just got the 1TB for about £110. It's amazing performance for the money.


I bought one and happily using it with iMac. Knowing it's limitations, I don't have anything to complain so far. I don't do disk benchmarks or file copying all day long, in normal use, it's pretty fast despite it's been capped at 10Gbps.


I almost bit the bullet but read more about QLC and reviews on these and decided against them. I don't need the fastest speeds as I've got a Samsung 970 EVO Plus as my boot drive but what would be a good second 2TB NVMe drive to fill in my second NVMe slot? It's amazing how far technology has come and not needing to use any 3.5" or 2.5" drives anymore!


DO NOT BUY THESE QLC nand is marketing, and is inferior to a normal SSD. see far too many of these posted on this site. Linus did a review of this model:

Samsung T5 Portable SSD 1 TB Black, USB 3.1 Gen2 Type-C, 540MB/s​, Shock resistant £159 Fee Free Card / £165.43 delivered @ Amazon Germany​
Posted 13th MarPosted 13th Mar
Good price for this Samsung Ext SSD lowest as per 3 Camel website previous low in UK was £190, next best price in UK £200 at Amazon UK. Samsung Portable SSD T5 Deep Black, USB 3.… Read more

This is priced at £175.21 & FREE delivery on today (Sunday 7.4.19) Amazon T5 SSD 1TB


You need to get USB 3.1 gen 2 (10Gbps) cases to max out SSD speeds, USB 3.0 (5Gbps)will throttle them...


The case i've listed is in fact USB3...




That's what I meant. If your paying a premium SSD benefits then you would be better to pay more for the actual best option. I'd love to get one but haven't got a good enough excuse yet... Could see it being perfect for photography/video production.

[Ebuyer] Intel 660p Series 2TB M.2 SSD Single Pack £188.99 Delivered @ Ebuyer
Posted 10th MarPosted 10th Mar
Capacity: 2TB Form Factor: M.2 PCIe NVme 3.0 x4 Interface Sequential Read (up to): 1800 MB/s Sequential Write (up to): 1800 MB/s Intel 660p Series 2TB M.2 SSD Single Pack PCI… Read more

It's in stock again, slightly cheaper: £189.78 I just ordered one, thanks OP!


1 x Intel 660p Series 2TB M.2 SSD Single Pack We are sorry to inform you that the above item(s) are currently out of stock and are not available for dispatch. . If the item remains out of stock for more than 48hrs, your order will be cancelled.


Expired :(


Alternatives are double the price! So for a gaming drive in the real world, even with it's qfc foibles, this is absolutely brilliant. I spent £110 on the 1tb and it doubled my gaming SSD storage. This 2tb model is smoking hot at that price (y)


This's gone up was £ 188 few days ago. But the price range is good. :)

Crucial P1 500GB 3D NAND SATA M.2 SSD refurb at CEX for £48
Posted 26th FebPosted 26th Feb
Crucial P1 500GB 3D NAND SATA M.2 SSD refurb at CEX for £48
£48£74.3935%CeX Deals
Decent price even for being refurbished. 500GB Capacity NVMe/PCIe Gen3 x4 Interface M.2 Type 2280 Form Factor 950 MB/s Write Speed 1900 MB/s Read Speed
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Same as you do with hdd, secure erase than do full write-read-compare test and finally if all above went well clear smart data to make it look even better


and how exactly do you 'refurbish' and M.2 SSD drive?


I bought a P1 from them before and it has been amazing. The warranty from CEX is better than most shops by a mile.


Good for scratch drive or ssd cache. Than you don't care about data loss that much


oh dear those reviews do look bad. I guess reviewers won't test them for months at a time, this reminds of the 850 evo saga. Probably best to stick to Intel 660p at this price point then.

Samsung 860 QVO SATA III 2.5 inch 1TB SSD  for £116.98 Delivered @ Ebuyer
Posted 25th FebPosted 25th Feb
Samsung 860 QVO SATA III 2.5 inch 1TB SSD for £116.98 Delivered @ Ebuyer
£116.98£118.581%Ebuyer Deals
Now, Ebuyer has dropped the price over Amazon's. Aria PC had the cheapest price but now OOS. So, this is the best price at the moment, if anyone's buying. Performancewise there … Read more

You mean QVO ? QVO are made with cheaper bits and bobs.


Are qlc drives not slower than 'normal' ssds?


5 year warranty on Crucial MX500. I've tried Samsung mobile phone support and it was absolutely terrible. I've also tried Crucial support for a dead stick of ram, couldn't have been easier.


I've got one of those in one of my other PCs. My main one only has Samsung EVOs though due to me being a bit of a snob when it comes to SSDs lol 5 year warranty on the Samsungs i think. Not sure how long you get on the Crucial.


Sorry cheaper than what?

Intel 660p Series 2TB M.2 SSD for £188.45 Delivered @ Ebuyer
Posted 22nd FebPosted 22nd Feb
Intel 660p Series 2TB M.2 SSD for £188.45 Delivered @ Ebuyer
£188.45£208.039%Ebuyer Deals
All credit to @BarrySprout (y) , thank you very much. Capacity: 2TB Form Factor: M.2 PCIe NVme 3.0 x4 Interface Sequential Read (up to): 1800 MB/s Sequential Write (up to)… Read more

That’s why I said good buy unless... :)


True but realistically most people wont be filling the cache often, unless you are streaming 4K or playing games with very high graphics settings this will be better for many people. If you are streaming 4K or playing highly details games, then chances are you not looking at buying a SSD drive at the budget end of the market anyway..


660p? Not even HD Ready. Cold. ;)


Good buy unless you’ll be transferring lots of large files/amounts of data around. When that cache fills on this drive it’s slower than SATA. Probably ok as a light use system drive. Otherwise a 2TB WD Blue would be better


Don’t worry the Intel’s one will not even come close to 970evo.

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