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256GB Intenso Performance M.2 SSD £39.98 @ Amazon
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Not NVMe Brands controller, Interface: SATA III (6Gbps) Sequential Read: up to 520 MB/s, Sequentielles write: up to 400Mb/s Shock resistant, silent operation, low power consum… Read more
johnro

Wrong slot for my board :((

jumpinoffthbed

I've got a Lenovo x220 ThinkPad, does anyone know if this will fit?

umirza85

For playing games this is the same as having a £100 nvme drive. If you have two m2 slots this is a bargain for the second slot!!!

RockstarRobbo

bargain! Ordered!... cheers OP :)

Samsung 970 EVO 500GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD/Solid State Drive with FREE The Crew 2 and ScanFX M.2 SSD Cooler £152.39 (+£4.79 c&c) @ Scan
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Found 18th AugFound 18th Aug
Not a bad price for the SSD itself, but it comes with a couple of freebies! (excited) It includes: Accelerate into the next generation of computing with the Samsung 970 EVO. Kn… Read more
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pcangeldust

Excellent price, I doubt the price of this will fall by more than £10 for the remainder of 2018.

md1

Cheers, a 10% drop is still pretty big.

DevilzGtr

I exaggerated, I thought I read up to 25% lower by end of this year but these articles suggesting up to 10% by the end of this year and still continue to fall into next year.

md1

Are you sure, can you link a couple articles?

umirza85

Completely agree, the only benefit to nvme drives are when you copy large files. There's a few videos on YouTube of comparisons and these drives are pretty much similar to an SSD when using them for gaming. Spend the money of buying a larger capacity SSD if that's what you want this drive for.

Samsung 960 PRO V-NAND M.2 SSD - 512GB - £174.99 @ Ebuyer
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Found 13th AugFound 13th Aug
Another SSD deal. This time it is NVMe 1.2. Cheapest that this has been! (excited) Capacity 512 GB (1GB=1 Billionbyte by IDEMA)* Key Features Sequential Read Speed Up to … Read more
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MazingerZ

970 evo for £149 on amazon

Minstadave

Nope. Both use 3D NAND but controllers are different.

svetts

http://amzn.eu/37gaVVB 500gb 970 evo for £149. and the WD black is £118.97 http://amzn.eu/3Krixjf

shane_stocks

Not a great price. I bought the WD Black NVME 500GB for £129.99 less than a month ago and it is the exact same product as this.

mrpipster

Why not get the latest 970 PRO for £18. more at AMAZON here

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KingSpec Super Speed M.2 PCIe NVMe 1tb SSD Hard Drive £157.76 aliexpress / KingSpec SSD Store
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Found 11th AugFound 11th Aug
Well I think this is a good deal. NVMe, M.2, PCI-E. Pics show Silicon Motion SM2263XT as the controller and Micron Flash. The same combination as HP EX900 which is reviewed very w… Read more
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mysticus

have you tried claiming warranty from one of these? assuming you paid for shipping?

Horrorwood

£11.

mysticus

Sorry to be a bugger, but, this is a chinese brand, sold/sent from china... they can provide 100 year warranty, and it wont mean a thing... Lets assume they wanna honour warranty, 1st, you will be required to send item back and ensure it is tracked, check how much that is gonna cost you back and forth (assume back to you is on them, u still pay some good money to send to china tracked)? 2nd, assume your package never arrives to where it should, or they may just say it is lost? how will you prove? they ll just claim it wasnt them signed... 3rd it will need to be insured for this purpose, and your drive will have cost you a lot more, and not to mention hassle and time dealing with chinese! if these are a good deal cheaper than market prices, i guarantee you they made shortcuts! and it will not be pleasant for you... just saying from my experience...

Horrorwood

"The Kingspec will roast at idle, not just when working hard." I see you are just pulling claims out of thin air, so I guess we are done here. But I could also mention of how your link with "bad" amazon reviews is mainly "Windows won't detect it!" Well I am 99% sure most of them will have not formatted the drive, its unfortunately very common when selling storage. But hey lets just agree to disagree.

Salfordgirl1

I'm not sure what a 4 year old video showing a 100GB transfer has to do with any of this. The Kingspec will roast at idle, not just when working hard. I've got a Samsung 970 Pro, so yes I do =) It peaks at around 50-60c, comes with a 5 year warranty that Samsung will actually honour, actually manages to meet their advertised speeds, has good customer support and I managed to buy it from Amazon. On the other hand you've got Kingspec who say it's 3 years yet won't reply to any customer emails. I'm not sure why people will fight to the death for Chinese tat, but by all means, spend away. I'd advise not relying on it or putting anything important on it, but it's your choice so hey ho. Enjoy your SSD.

Kingston A1000 480GB M.2 SSD - £95.63 @ Ebuyer
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Found 4th AugFound 4th Aug
Great price under £100! (excited) Kingston's A1000 solid-state drive is an entry-level PCIe NVMe™ solution. A1000's single-sided M.2 22x80mm design's ideal for notebooks and sys… Read more
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CaliBloomers

What slot do i look for on my motherboard to see if this will fit? Thanks in advance.

dheydl

You should also have a good read of this thread https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/upgrading-2013-2014-macbook-pro-ssd-to-m-2-nvme.2034976/

Essex_Hal

That's what I have and asked the same thing. Apple use a custom interface on for SSD apparently we need to buy an adapter

haroon.y

Would this work on a MacBook Pro 13 retina mid 2014? fantastic machine but storage is not great

joe_shmoe

NICE. VOTING HOT.

Kingston A1000 960GB M.2 SSD - £190.65 @ Ebuyer
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Found 4th AugFound 4th Aug
Great price under £200! (excited) Kingston's A1000 solid-state drive is an entry-level PCIe NVMe™ solution. A1000's single-sided M.2 22x80mm design's ideal for notebooks and sys… Read more
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alababaju

High sequential speeds are quite useful if you back up your storage drives regularly (something we should all be doing). Also it should make loading screens in video games shorter. Plus some other uses here and there I can imagine. P.S.A. Seriously though guys, good advice; back up your storage drives regularly. I do a full disk image once a week. Depending on how much you use your PC, running into a problem that wipes your drive can be almost traumatic.

dan3141592653b4300

MX500 is better on random reads which is what gives the PC a snappy feeling and is most of real world (non datacenter) usage. Sequential speeds are a myth. Good price for a NVME though, bear in mind it uses 2 PCIE lanes where more expensive drives utilize 4.

Murtin

Pray tell

Agharta

Or hint at something that happened many years ago which hasn't been reported since!

freddy12

read a good review site like this one https://www.anandtech.com/show/12991/the-kingston-a1000-nvme-ssd-review

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HP Pavilion 14-bk100na FHD Screen Laptop (Silk Gold) - I5 8th Gen - 256GB M.2 SSD - 8GB DDR4 Ram - £557.10 w/code @ HP
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Found 28th JulFound 28th Jul
You can add case and mouse for £19.50 to the bundle (half price). Create and share everything you love on a laptop loaded with powerful features. With a modern, sophisticated desi… Read more
nhskbhatia003

It's reasonable. Fine for office/ word work. I am not a gamer so works for me

eagleian

Finally got mine today. Screen is very Matt, hardly any reflection (how I like it). Not very bright, it came fully on which was fine. But would would have expected it to go up a couple more notches. Was using it in a bright room ok though. It was sharp. Much better than the dell 5770 I saw previously. On par with the lenovo 520s I'd say.

ISF

I viewed a similar laptop in currys. I wasn't too happy with the screen. What's your thoughts

greatnameuk

1. Screen 14" diagonal FHD IPS anti-glare WLED-backlit (1920 x 1080) what is the "antiglare" -( a coating? and Is the screen a gloss "glass" screen (like on the touchscreens), and is it any good? 2. anyone know how noisey is fan on this under load?

nhskbhatia003

Mine arrived today. Pro Feels premium Quick on off Good performance during web browsing Bag is average but optical mouse is very useful. Both the products in the bundle are worth £19 extra. Con No backlit keyboard Of the 256GB ssd, 35gb reserved for recovery so only 220GB available. Hp product support not available - weekends. I have registered the product with my bank for further 2 year warranty.

Samsung NVMe MZ-V7P512BW 970 Pro SSD 512GB £165 @ Amazon de
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Samsung MZ-V7P512BW 970 Pro SSD 512GB! great Price for a great ssd!!
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astymagos

Again!!

robodan918

Fantastic if you don't need to pay vat

rixarena

Seems to have gone up now to 220e?

happyshopper2

Well you definitely got a great deal!

astymagos

with my greek address is 156 Euro included shipping.. Removes vat..

Intenso Top Performance 512GB M.2 SSD £73.65 Amazon germany
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Found 10th JulFound 10th Jul
Looks like a great price... need to pay with non fee card or around £3 more when using amazon's exchange rate
donslibi

Agreed. I cancelled my order last night and went for a 1TB WD for £178. 5 year warranty and an age of reputation. Considering my wife’s last M2 from adata died suddenly and she lost her stuff, I didn’t want to risk it for her again.

johnieutah

Price seems too good... but having trouble finding actual reviews for this model. A lot of the reviews on Amazon are for different form factors etc...

Minstadave

The only difference from 2.5” SSDs is the form factor.

jw191

Is there a advantage of these over standard SSD’s? Speed specs and prices appear similar.

supermqd

Yes

KingSpec Super Speed M.2 PCIe NVMe 512gb SSD Hard Drive £87.45  aliexpress / KingSpec SSD Store
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Found 27th JunFound 27th Jun
This is cheaper than most SATA SSD's yet its an m.2 NVMe drive. If the specs are correct on the advert then its a bargain imho. There are kingspec drives on Amazon with decent revi… Read more
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Enterpart

was waiting for kingdian to make an nvme ssd, kingspec stepped up (have got kingdian ssd before an no problem) This is a killer product, theres always a risk buying from aliexpress on electronics. If I was in the market (or a need ) for an nvm ssd I would get one. Don't forget 4% quidco (always get mine) so you could potentially get this drive for £83.95 thanks op for posting

Picard123

I've got a KingSpec M.2 SSD albeit the SATA 3 2242 variant. No issues with mine (yet) but you're right to be wary. The reality is that the DRAM, QC, tolerances, manufacturing etc, is all going to be at the lower end of the quality spectrum. No really that different to buying anything else in life - a cheapo 'no brand' microwave from Asda is not going to be same quality as a top end Panasonic microwave and isn't going to last as long. You pay your money, you take your choice....

Sharpharp

Hot, perfect for use as a catalyst for a House Insurance claim....

herrbz

Not sure this is the sort of thing I'd buy from aliexpress, personally

Horrorwood

as far as I know you'd need an adapter like this: https://www.amazon.co.uk/M-2-NGFF-SSD-adapter-original/dp/B010PUUL3A/ and a M.2 SATA SSD not an NVMe one like this.

ADATA XPG SX8200 480GB NVMe M.2 SSD - £109.52 @ More Computers
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Found 27th JunFound 27th Jun
DO NOT (in caps) miss this drive/deal if you are looking for an M.2 PCI-e based disk solution, especially if it is your boot drive. I was passed this drive to install into a lapto… Read more
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Uncommon.Sense

Nah mate, that's a third party not from Amazon. :)

KiNG

£118.90 now

Uncommon.Sense

I posted that deal, if you just need extra storage it is the cheapest price per Gigabyte currently available, just the P&P makes the deal slightly less appealing. :)

StevieWWW

They wouldnt. If you just want extra storage and dont need the extra speed consider the deal.

Sawb

Why would someone consider that if they wanted an nvme drive?

Samsung 970 Evo 500GB V-NAND M.2 SSD - £159.98 @ Ebuyer
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Found 23rd JunFound 23rd Jun
Cheapest I have seen this excellent high performance SSD at least by a UK retailer. Specifications Usage Application Client PCs Interface PCIe Gen 3.0 x4, NVMe 1.3 Capacity 5… Read more
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taras

I didn't know m.2 supported pci-e 3.0 at X8 speed ..

Jane_Moeria

It's a good price, but I prefer the old gen Samsung m.2 nvme with 7100mb/s read.

R0adRat

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-970-evo-500-gb-v-nand-m2-pci-express-solid-state-drive-black-15195-amazon-2965847

ggidd

Or £151.95 from Amazon... Ebuyer are absolute cheats and as bad if not worse than Currys/PC World. Personally I would never use them, mainly because they canceled my account after their mistake. To add insult to injury they then blacklist my work address so now no-one can have items delivered there, with one person having there account canceled too. Either way, it's cheaper here https://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-V-NAND-Express-Solid-State/dp/B07CGGP7SV

alexrose1uk

Great price! Paid about 50 more for my 960 Evo earlier in the year

Samsung 970 Pro 512GB NVMe M.2 SSD from Amazon.de
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Found 22nd JunFound 22nd Jun
This is the deal I was looking for. Completely unnecessary for most people unless you need the high P/E cycle count this is capable of, go with the EVO instead and save £40. Stil… Read more
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robodan918

Good price I'll stick with my evos though Both because of the hassle of returning and because my use cases will never see the performance difference for £40 (26% more). For those who need it I'd highly recommend it

Samsung 970 EVO 500GB NVMe M.2 SSD £135.00 from Amazon.it - Cheapest ever!
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Found 22nd JunFound 22nd Jun
Missed the other 456,536 deals for this SSD? Then, good news everyone! This is another one, but it is the cheapest one yet and still sold by a reputable seller. Should you buy it … Read more
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Uncommon.Sense

Yeah, up and down, will keep an eye on it. ;)

moogaloo

Seems to be 164,69 EUR now :-(

SuperOwl86

Choices choices. Nearly finished my pc build just need an ssd and gfx, I did have a 860 evo ordered the other day but cancelled. Dont know if to get this or the MX500 at £80.

Uncommon.Sense

Pretty significant price drop, can be had for ~£135 now. :)

neoboy

Another example why this community makes no sense when voting cold.

Sandisk Ultra 3D 1TB SSD at Amazon.fr - £165!
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Found 19th JunFound 19th Jun
Resonably priced, and quite decent 2.5" form factor SSD at only £165 shipped, and from Amazon.fr so you know it is going to be legit. This is one of the newer models, with the fol… Read more
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plewis00

Yes but it cached FF15 then by the sounds of it. They’re better than they were but still not a patch on a real SSD, 7200rpm is better than 5400 but still way back. If you’re making random accesses and it can’t work out what to cache, you’ll get lots of cache misses and you’re back to hard disk speeds again. Personally I prefer 256GB SSD for OS and any games I might be playing + 3TB hard disk for mass storage, then I can decide what goes on the SSD not Seagate. Obviously I’d rather have a massive SSD just not at this price!

Aleksandr_Cepurnych

I did test on ff15 when was playing with ssd my primary drive and then installed game on my secondary drive which is firecuda. And there is not much difference mate thb. launch time almost the same because sshd have got that feature as you probably know they start like ssd and then switch to sshd. 7200 rpm are good if you need something more profesional then yes go for ssd for whatever reason.

plewis00

Probably, but this isn’t something the average person does! For the niche cases, it is very useful! If I could justify this much on multiple machines I’d be all over it. SSHDs are terrible. I suppose if it can accurately cache the game data frequently used then maybe there’s a slight benefit but it’s much closer to a hard disk for speed than any SSD except in very specific scenarios. Yes, it’s much cheaper but there’s a reason for that.

jasee

If you boot multiple operating systems this is useful or multiple copies of the same operating system, this makes sense, I think.

burmingum

I remember these drives being around the £400 mark and saying id wait for it to get closer to this price and was told I was dreaming. Not dreaming anymore - the price has come down

Samsung 970 Evo 500GB NVMe M.2 PCIe SSD £157 @ Amazon Germany (dispatched & sold by Amazon EU SaRL)
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Found 17th JunFound 17th Jun
Seems a decent price for this Samsung EVO 970 500GB nvme drive, costs £163 on amazon UK. Cheapest price I can see on the interweb.
Tantrix1

Cry plz

Hunkerdown

Damn the price on these are dropping fast. Good to see and heat added. :)

bbfb123

Sorry my bad, I thought that price was posted! Comes to £157 if you select pay in EUROs.

robodan918

Op isn't adding the delivery. Also I already posted this last week for cheaper, so this is a duplicate https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-970-evo-500gb-nvme-m2-pcie-ssd-15341-amazon-germany-dispatched-sold-by-amazon-eu-sarl-2952201

AzNDeals

Mine comes out to £163.34?

Samsung 970 EVO 1TB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD £309 @ Amazon
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Found 16th JunFound 16th Jun
Nice price drop on the latest 1TB version of Samsung's most popular consumer NVMe SSD. 3,500 MB/s Read, 2,500 MB/s Write.
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ScoTTyBEEE

From a manufacturers point of view placing nvme ssd drives into enterprise computers could utilise that speed. Think large databases etc on a nas being accessed from multiple locations. From a consumer point a view it lets you have a very fast drive, it's just you don't have any need for it....yet.

dealbar

Thanks for your reply. What's the benefit of buying it then by paying more than a 2.5" SATA drive? and those massive theoretical speed difference, what's the point? I am just trying to understand from manufacturer's point of view and consumer's point of view.

ScoTTyBEEE

Real life theres no difference. You won't even notice it outside of benchmarking programs.

robodan918

imho best to cloud sync files you don't want to lose, because let's be honest none of us back up "enough" cloud sync + periodic backup will save you ass... it has mine many times and makes upgrading much easier. I just pop in a new drive, or completely replace my laptop and in a few hours everything is synched back up again

robodan918

much.

Acer Aspire 1 A114-31-P3GK (Refurb) N4200 Quad Core Laptop 14" 4GB 64GB (M.2 SSD expandable) - £146.50 @ Tesco Ebay Store
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Intel Pntium N4200 Quad Core SOC 64Gb eMMC storage (expandable using M.2 slot) 4Gb RAM 14" anti Glare Matte Screen (1366x768) Intel Gen. 9 HD505 GPU Gigabit Ethernet Dual Band WiFi… Read more
RiverDragon8

This is better than the usual 32GB laptops, that people will have problems with future windows updates.

reddit

Couple of vids showing the SSD expansion capabilities.

Samsung 970 Evo 1TB NVMe M.2 PCIe SSD @ Amazon Germany (dispatched & sold by Amazon EU SaRL)
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Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Another great price on amazon.de! Performs similarly to 960 Pro, and only a bit behind 970 Pro. Get a heatsink to put on top of the 970 Evo and it will stop the throttling (that on… Read more
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taras

Its more than likely that we will see prices lowering for larger ssds. That said we also can see contraints once again when the fabs either node shrink or go to a higher layer count.

robodan918

could be but I wouldn't count on these dropping forever as no new GPUs are being announced "for a long time" (according to NVidia at Computex) and AMD isn't planning on releasing Vega 7nm into gaming cards for a long while too, and mining has died down, the prices of current gen GPUs has plummeted The final nail is RAM prices. As they drop, you'll see a resurgence of new PC builders and upgrades, hence a higher demand for all parts including SSDs. 300 is a pretty good all-rounder price for this drive.

happyshopper2

Nice price. Maybe we'll see £300 soon.

Samsung 970 Evo 500GB NVMe M.2 PCIe SSD £153.41 @ Amazon Germany (dispatched & sold by Amazon EU SaRL)
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Another week, another drop in price! 159.90 last week (still a good price, but lower is better). 174.79EUR checkout price = 153.41GBP (with fee free credit card or revolut). I boug… Read more
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robodan918

https://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/Microsoft+Surface+Book+2+Teardown/100364 ifixit repairability score 1/10 ouch that's the worst I've ever seen. Completely unnecessary to make your device like that. Will stick to my thinkpad thanks

roloboy

I wish there was an easy way to install this into a surface book... great price

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