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Crucial MX500 500GB M.2 sata SSD £73.96 @ Amazon
Found 15th OctFound 15th Oct
Crucial MX500 500GB M.2 SSD Good enough if you don't want an NVMe otherwise there are good deals for those kind of drives going around. If you got a regular sata port, Samsung dr… Read more

Thank you! I just thought m.2 was m.2 I didn't spot the difference, so thank you :D


The crucial MX500 is a sata 3 drive that's available with the M.2 form factor (easier installation). Whereas the Evo 970 is an NVMe drive. It's a different protocol and allows significantly higher performance than sata however can cost up to twice as much per gigabyte For most people, a sata drive is more than enough in terms of performance.


Would anyone have any views on this? 250GB for £79.99 So half the space of the original posted one, but for some reason the speeds seem massively different? read/write speeds up to 3,500/2,700 MB/s*, approximately - for the Samsung one where as the originally posted one is reads/writes up to 560/510 MB/s Why is there such a difference are they completely different types of m2 or something?


Potentially get £5 bonus


Fitted one to a cheap laptop a few weeks ago, very speedy for a SATA drive. Faster than a WD Blue, only slightly overall slower than a Samsung 860. It does have better 4K random read performance though which is one of the most common tasks in Windows and makes everything feel very snappy.

Western Digital Green 120GB M.2 SSD £25.60 Delivered @ Amazon France (Prime Only - Use free trial)
Found 13th OctFound 13th Oct
Prime Only. Use 1 month trial which can be cancelled straight away. Price includes delivery to UK. Great price for M.2 SSD. Use a non fee card/
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still has a postage cost showing even with Prime for me?

Happy_Merchant 240GB for £40.99 here


Another M.2 SATA drive... The price is inline with regular SATA SSD drives really.

Samsung 970 EVO 500GB NVME M.2 SSD plus Assassin's Creed Odyssey Standard Edition  CCL for £131.97 inc p&p + TOPCASHBACK 1 %
Found 7th OctFound 7th Oct
Excellent offer + 1 percent Topcashback too. Various other size drives and models , also available in the offer, eg. the evo 860 500gb delivered at £84.95 I have found in the pa… Read more
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Cheers mate I've ordered one and it's kick started the new Ryzen 2700x build (y)


Raid 0 has some serious problems when it comes to SSDs. All striping versions of speed increases were mainly for spinning disk. It has some benefit in throughput, large file reads, however, it actually slows access time.


I have them in RAID0 and it's not a whole hell of a lot faster due to DMI limitations. I wanted to run the second one in a PCIe slot, but on my board if I run 2x 1080TIs in SLI they each max at x8 and if I add anything to the 3rd PCIe slot (say an x4 to M.2 card) then slot 2 also drops to x4. Let this be a lesson to you: never buy gigabyte - anything.


The price has gone back up a bit to 135.99 still a great deal.


Yeah I was about to bite at £131.98 for my new build but before I ordered they bumped the price up lol I'll have to keep my eye on it as the ACO offer is on for plenty of time.

WD-Black m.2 ssd NVMe 500gb £129.97 @ Amazon
Found 2nd OctFound 2nd Oct
A good price for great speeds

Why not go for the Adata SX8200 for around £105? Granted, it's 480GB, but it seems like better value to me?


It'll be 500GB at this price - and the performance is fine. You might get a SATA 2TB for 260 at Black Friday but if you dont know the devices and market then maybe best to steer clear of nVME SSDs all together


Great price for a 500GB NVMe drive.


Hopefully 2TB at this price.


Probably a good idea to add capacity to the title.

Crucial 500GB M.2 SSD for £77.69 @ Amazon
Found 1st OctFound 1st Oct
Seen this SSD for around the same price a couple weeks ago but it got expired, just looked again though and it seems to be back. A very good price for 500 gigs.
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Now £75.12.


Yeah just noticed that, strange how it runs that hot despite being only SATA


Interesting seeing the review about overheating.

Intel 760p 512GB M.2 PCIe x4 NVMe SSD Up to 1500MB/s Read, 650MB/s Write 5 year warranty £111.99 @ ebuyer
Found 26th SepFound 26th Sep
Up to 1500MB/s Read, 650MB/s Write PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe Interface M.2 Form Factor 5 Year Warranty Review here General Device Type Solid state drive - internal Capacity 512 GB Hardw… Read more
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NVMe should be 4K anyway, none of this 760p rubbish.


lol, this guy


You don't have to write it. There is a little plus button beside each deal.


Agree, you can get faster and cheaper, cold.


Not even full HD

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Samsung 860 Evo 1TB M.2 SSD £189.99 Delivered @ eBuyer
26/10/2018Expires on 26/10/2018Found 26th SepFound 26th Sep
Currently the cheapest price in stock for this M.2 SSD. Perfect for laptop upgrades, or smaller PC builds for when space is limited. M.2 form factor, which gives a max sequential r… Read more

I have a 960GB OWC upgrade in my late 2013 model MacBook Pro Retina (it replaced the 256GB it came with). Been using it 18 months. It works ok but it has drawbacks: - Slower than the OEM drive, noticeable but not too bad - It can run very hot. Previously my MacBook ran quite cool, you could use it in your lap but now it often gets uncomfortably hot, the aluminium case gets extremely hot and the fan runs noisily. This gets irritating. I'm pleased to have the extra space but the drawbacks are significant and it was very expensive. I wish I hadn't bothered.


What are you on about thats half the size so they are more expensive


This is a bit like saying "Why would anyone get an estate car, they should get 2-seater sports cars because they're so much faster."


I know the r/w of a NVMe is ridiculously high at 3500 and 2500 or something, but not everyone needs that high speed or has the budget to do so. Some people like me already have a NVMe to store windows/applications and probably some games. So this OP could still benefit those users who want secondary/additional storage space but wants it at a higher r/w speed but does not need it to be that high of what a NVMe is capable of.


Hahahahaha that drive has half the storage capacity

DELL G5 15.6" Intel® Core™ i7 8750H GTX 1060 6GB Gaming Laptop - 1 TB HDD & 256GB M.2 PCIe NVMe - £999.99 @ Dell
Found 22nd SepFound 22nd Sep
Currently on sale for £999 instead of the usual £1249, therefore a saving of £250. Another G5 deal was posted for £899 from Currys a few days ago but I think this is better du… Read more

In fairness they never should have processed and shipped it if they couldn't honour it. Or at least gave an immediate refund if you never took possession of the laptop. Mine was cancelled while it was in China and still went round the world and back! Still awaiting my refund..


Yeah I will get a refund in 5-7 days which is fine by me. I just cant believe it was down the road and within a few hours of delivery when it got sent back. I guess its fair enough as I shouldnt have had the code anyway XD


Have you got a refund yet? To say there customer service is disgraceful is an understatement.


Mine was out for delivery in about 4 hours when it was cancelled. Gutted as it was a good deal. Thanks for the code anyway.


Sounds familiar. I had notification from the carrier but in error apparently. Still haven't had a refund so refused to get off the phone unless a manager spoke to me. It's being reinvestigated. Will let you know mate but don't give up.

Samsung T5 500GB external SSD - only £97.34 delivered (UK) - via Amazon UK (comes from Amazon US)
Shipping from USShipping from United StatesFound 20th SepFound 20th Sep
The Samsung T5 500GB external SSD has excellent reviews and is currently over £140 from Amazon UK. But they have a listing for one from the US which is only £93.18 + £4.17 deliver… Read more

Price increased now. Roughly £106 including delivery ;(


Got this, thanks!


Good deal. Can get three of these for the price of the 1tb one incredible. Luckily I got myself two incredible deals on the 1tb £200 and £220. Amazing little things. I know you can buy enclosures and all that but you’re only paying a small premium and the build quality and form factor is great.


Expert installation = unbox and plug in, thats £59 please


Hahahahahahahaha, ask me another?. :-D I'll sell you the SAME 'rhetoric' if you like?. But for £29 instead, lol. A BARGAIN! (being less than half price and all ... hehehehe). ;-)

Samsung 970 EVO 250GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD/Solid State Drive £83.15 / £88.63 delivered at Scan
Found 10th SepFound 10th Sep
Hi Guys, Here's the cheapest samsung 970 Evo 250GB M. SSD i could find, you're welcome to post any cheaper ones here... we are all friends here :) I would always go samsung for ne… Read more

This drive comes with "Samsung Data Migration and Magician Software/ Easy to install and management/" as do most of their drives.


Phone Microsoft they are always a great help


Windows or Mac?


Before I get this, Does anyone have any advice on how I can mirror copy by current hdd to this m,2? I want to use the m.2 as my OS drive and my current drive to install software and data storage.


Think i'm just going to get the Adata XPG SX6000 256GB. I still have A fair bit of space left on my 128GB stock SSD.So to get bit more space and bit more speed that will be fine for me.

Intenso 256GB M.2 SSD SATA at Amazon for £39.95
Found 9th SepFound 9th Sep
Amazon appear to have price matched the eBuyer deal posted recently



isnt the ebuyer one £5 cheaper because you can use that Barclays connect feature?


Probably engineering constraints but 2280 is the common desktop size. Is 2242 for the cache socket on your laptop?


Why is it never the 2242 size at this price (annoyed)

Kingston A1000 480GB M.2 SSD £93.99 delivered @ Ebuyer (+ £5 back with Visa Checkout)
Refreshed 1st SepRefreshed 1st Sep
There's been a price drop on the Kingston A1000 480GB M.2 SSD - now £93.99 with Free Delivery. Plus if you pay with Visa checkout you can get £5 back - so would work out at £88… Read more
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Opted for the 970 evo from ebuyer, remember me saying i was a little intimated, well, installed it and killed it in less than ten mins, told ebuyer it's DOA!


Any reason why? The comments without any facts is just BS!


If you can afford it, go for the Samsung one For gaming , the difference in speed between those two it's not a big issue.


Thank you Johnro, apologies for my lack of knowledge, feel a little intimidated where pc's are concerned, but want to make my new "gaming" laptop runs and starts more efficiently.. Will be shaking like a leaf when I finally get round to doing it would you recommend this kingston or the samsung??


Yes they are

S9 Plus / 2 In Stock / Unlocked / Good / Black / Android Oreo / 6GB 128GB / 4gadgets / £499.99 @ 4gadgets
Found 27th AugFound 27th Aug
2 in stock for Good Good or Excellent condition S9 Plus from 4gadgets with 128GB of Storage Specs; Super AMOLED / 6"2 / 1440 x 2960 / 18.5:9 Android 8.0 Oreo / Exynos 9810 / 6G… Read more

Good price but too big..looking for an S9 minus


Does anyone know, based on previous years. When the "new" price for the Plus version will drop? Does it take a few weeks or months after the launch of a new Note for the price to drop? Thanks.


Only "Good" left. This is the third level down and the one above "Acceptable" "These devices are in good condition. There will be some minor signs of wear and tear on the screen and casing. The previous owner didn’t use a case or screen protector as they weren’t too bothered about minor marks. This device has been fully tested to ensure it is in full working order."

Samsung 250GB EVO PCI Express 3.0 x4 NVMe M.2 SSD @ Amazon Prime Exclusive £75.05
Found 23rd AugFound 23rd Aug
This is the cheapest I’ve seen for the 250GB NVME of the 960. Details: - Experience next-gen performance - Class leading performance and capacity - Bank on solid reliability. Sequ… Read more
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Oh dear! Bought one but not fitted it yet as I need to buy a few more components yet. Was going to use as a W10 boot drive lol. Probably still will but your experience is noted (y)


Fair enough...wonder how many people buying one has such specialist needs. For everyone else who is using it as a Win10 boot drive or a games difference between boot times / loading of games compared to a (much cheaper) SSD.


Not really an accurate statement. I do some video editing and use both Windows and Mac environments and I use the 500GB NVME drives for optimising media for editing.


Most professionals needing that kind of capability use a Mac...just saying!


Nice to compile a large graphics library in 2 seconds.

Samsung evo 970 500gb nvme m.2 ssd £144.97 @ laptopsdirect
Found 22nd AugFound 22nd Aug
Cheapest price on the interweb for this ssd apart from other retailers not allowed on here for some reason. Either way here's the description. Built with Samsung's industry le… Read more

It was about a month or two ago so sadly the listing has ended but keep searching on eBay for new NVMe SSD's as you will often find some really good deals on good brands like Intel (what I got) :)


That was a good price you got. Got a link to it?


Paid this price on eBay for a 1TB NVMe M.2 SSD, granted not as good as the EVO 970 but still a very good SSD :D


Check pcpartpickeruk for this item and jts cheapest one. Second part of company name is pc (lol)


What are those other retailers? I'm interested to know

256GB Intenso Performance M.2 SSD £39.98 @ Amazon
Found 21st AugFound 21st Aug
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

To be fair, they dont have to honour any misprices (or so they will claim) but yes, this is very typical of a scummy ebuyer practice


Order placed 2 weeks before and told out stock yesterday. Ebuyer on amazon still selling this ssd. Is this typical Ebuyer shopping experience? :/ instock on amazon seller: ebuyer


Depends what the config your laptop came in


I have a MSI GV62 7RC will this make a difference to my machine??


Yeah, thats why ones called M.2 and the others called Msata,

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
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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A month on and its dropped £16ish Though no free game included


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


Cheers, a 10% drop is still pretty big.


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.


Are you sure, can you link a couple articles?

Samsung 960 PRO V-NAND M.2 SSD - 512GB - £174.99 @ Ebuyer
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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970 evo for £149 on amazon


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

svetts 500gb 970 evo for £149. and the WD black is £118.97


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.


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

KingSpec Super Speed M.2 PCIe NVMe 1tb SSD Hard Drive £157.76 Now **£153.12** aliexpress / KingSpec SSD Store
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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Good price for 1T drive but personally I would not buy a ssd via aliexpress or Gearbest just due to warranty hassles if something goes wrong will pay more and buy from a UK retailer. It is a excellent deal for those that are happy with the risk though.


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




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...


"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.

Kingston A1000 480GB M.2 SSD - £95.63 @ Ebuyer
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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What slot do i look for on my motherboard to see if this will fit? Thanks in advance.


You should also have a good read of this thread


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


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



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