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Samsung Evo 860 500GB SSD £69.14 delivered at Aria
Found 14th DecFound 14th Dec
Hi Guys, Just saw this and thought to share as it’s cheaper than the Amazon deal on the SSD. The price is £67.14 for the SSD + £1.99 Royal Mail Delivery. Someone might be able to… Read more

Pls use my Amazon deal for the same item in that case


Thank for clarifying :)


£1.99 (Not available) - Royal Mail is untracked, and is available for smaller items under £20


You are cool. I just don’t know the retailer enough but now I’ll surely check them for computer stuff as you say they have deals at multiple occasions.


Not trying to accuse you, don't worry :) Just wondering if the ban has been lifted or something because from time to time they have some killer deals but I've never been able to post one without it being banned immediately.

Crucial MX500 1TB M.2 SSD - £115.19 AMAZON
Found 13th DecFound 13th Dec
Crucial MX500 CT1000MX500SSD4 1 TB Internal SSD M.2 Type 2280SS . SELLER IS AMAZON
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Back up to £128.99, and still showing as 'temporarily out of stock'. Expire?


Prices are dripping so quickly it will be cold by tomorrow. Hmm can I get this delivered to an Amazon locker, and get it in my laptop while my wife is at work and forget to mention it?


Missed it :/ thanks anyway though. Hopefully there'll be few more of these deals before the month is out.


I’ve had one for a few months now as a boot and main drive in an extremely small ITX PC. I’ve never seen the temps go beyond 60c during normal use.

Samsung 860 Evo 1TB M.2 SSD - £99.99 @ Ebuyer
Found 11th DecFound 11th Dec
1TB M2 SSD. The Sata equivlant is currently £50 more. and next cheapest currently is at least £50 more. Currently £182.99 on Scan. Samsung 860 Evo 1TB M.2 SSD The Samsung SSD 860… Read more
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Mine came yesterday. Good price. (y)


also got mine aswell and very glad its the real deal!


Mines arrived. Happy day. Now in my desktop or ebay...


If i am honest, i suspect we might see more deals around this price next year. We have seen decent branded 1tb drives go for ~£120-£130 before so under £100 isn't too much of a stretch. I still cant work out if this was a mistake or a genuine price by ebuyer! It does seem cheap for an 860 evo.


Gutted I missed this ;( but for those who got an order in glad ebuyer seemed to (mostly) honor the price. Any similar m2 ssd deals around at the moment? Think there is any hope ebuyer will restock at the same price?

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Samsung 840 PRO - MZ7PD512HCGM - Solid State Drive - 512 GB - SATA III 6Gb/s (Certified Refurbished) £59.99 @ PCsAndParts Amazon
Found 10th DecFound 10th Dec
Great price for a 512Gb Samsung brand SSD. I understand that it is refurbished but still, bought an 256Gb SSD earlier this year for this price. Thought I'd share with you all. (y)
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may not have the sata space to have multiple. I have all my sata taken up, 2 ssds and the rest hdds


Like buying 2nd hand underwear with skidmarks. Yeah you can clean it up but you know the condition it came in


You can as well buy a pair of used underware.


While I'm not saying people should go for this, if you want/need 512GB of storage, dont buy two 256GB drives. It's extra hassle, takes up more SATA ports, and you're more likely to waste some space on each drive as a result.


They do have lifespans.. however they do last a long time. Depends on the amount of daily use they have. The price of new ssd's are so low at the moment. I would spend the extra few quid and get a new one, which comes with warranty.

Samsung 850 EVO 500GB 2.5inch SSD - £67.98 Delivered @ Ebuyer
Found 5th DecFound 5th Dec
SATA 6Gb/s SSD for Client PCs Samsung 32 layer 3D V-NAND 2.5 inch form factor Sequential Read: Max. 540 MB/s Sequential Write**: Max. 520 MB/s

Thanks for the info, Destiny 2 is my guilty pleasure, I agree the load times are ridiculous.


Looks like I'm too late, but I'd pay the extra as they've doubled the endurance rating to 300 terabytes written. I'm not actually sure how long it would take your average home user to get anywhere near 150TBW, but hey, (a better chance of) more reliability is always better.


Currently £69.99 at amazon if you missed this deal.


So long as you've used a sata 3 6gb port on your motherboard when you plugged in the ssd it doesn't matter.


Yeh I did

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Crucial P1 1TB 3D QLC NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD £159.59 + Free Delivery @ Crucial UK
Found 2nd DecFound 2nd Dec
Crucial P1 1TB 3D QLC NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD £159.59 + Free Delivery @ Crucial UK official web site. Model No: CT1000P1SSD8 Cheapest I've ever seen. Not as fast as Samsung 870… Read more

200tb tbw not good enough compared to others mentioned. Better faster and more enduring drives are available for around the same price.


That's progress for you. QLC is all about cost cutting, not bringing a better product to market. Having said that QLC-based storage will still provide years of reliable storage for casual users who never come close to filling their drives. "Cheap" QLC drives like this are ideal for storage of static data such as Steam libraries where faster reads are desired but will be subjected to very few complete write cycles, in which case there is little to no benefit in spending more and it will last effectively forever. Those who hammer their storage with 4K video workflows will definitely want to look elsewhere though, that 200TB write endurance limit will come around very quickly for professionals.


Absolutely... For "Joe Average" SATA will do just fine. Problem is most laptop makers now moved to M.2 NVMe standard and no longer support sata. I'm actually expecting these 1TB P1 QLC ssd's to come down in price and settle around £120-135 range.


But surely even considering NVMe implies having more than average workload in mind. For those just moving to SSD storage, a normal SATA drive will do


How much you write per day? Even if you write 50gb per day this will last more than 5years. This is more than enough for avarage consumer who want to move to ssd storage option.

Linx 14” UltraSlim Laptop - Aluminium Casing, 4GB RAM, 64GB, Full-HD IPS, Intel Pentium N4200, Expandable M.2 SSD Slot £169.15 @ Tesco Ebay
Found 29th NovFound 29th Nov
I recommend this, It's really it's great budget laptop. All metal design, got a nice IPS display, most laptops in this price range are TN displays. Fanless Design, genuine 8 Hours … Read more

That's true, I can just use the initial partition. Ill give it a go, wanna try everything before I give up but yeah it's looking challenging. Just a shame about the bios option that makes it look like it could work


Sorry to hear that. It seems that you may have to revert to an M2 sata. I had the same concerns as you so i kept the original installation. As i reinstalled windows on the M2 drive i had no need to wipe the partition on the EMMC. So i have the option to boot up up 2 windows installations at start up currently. I may eventually delete the original if i need the space. I think you might be able to shrink your EMMC in windows drive management and so create a new partition for a separate new install of windows. If it works then delete the old installaton and reclaim the space in windows drive management.


Unfortunately it didn't. In that section it says exactly what it says on yours - 'No NVME device found.' And on the Windows installation no luck, same issue. When you reinstalled windows did you wipe the partitions that came with the system? I'm a bit worried about removing something critical but I wanted to try Windows from scratch to see if it would pick up the drive after a fresh install


The NVME section can be found under the advanced section as shown below. My M2 sata did not show in the bios but when i reinstalled windows 10 using a bootable usb stick it came up in the windows boot menu of drives available for the installation. Hopefully your NVME will show up in the same way.


So I just got round to sticking the NVME in (had to buy a tiny torx screwdriver) and so far its not showing up. Any ideas what I could try to get it working? Edit: Is it a SATA drive? I'm trying to navigate through the BIOS settings and seems that there's the most configuration under Chipset

APACER AST280 240gb M.2 SSD £24.99 Ebuyer
Found 28th NovFound 28th Nov
£24.99 + £3.99 shipping APACER AST280 240gb M.2 SSD Acknowledging the ultra-thin and stylish trend, AST280 M.2 SATA III SSD is 22mm wide and 80mm long with a maximum read/write sp… Read more
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Out of stock :(


here's the specs for it and better specs (some is in english)



Samsung 970 EVO POLARIS 500GB M.2 - £109.99 / £118.69 delivered @ Overclockers
Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
If you haven't already bought one of the many deals on this, its now at £109.99 in a UK store.
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I've been checking different sites looking for more info on the 8200 Pro. I came across something which is a bit concerning on Anandtech here the new Pro drive also uses the same controller. It does say on those tests that it's an engineering sample, but it still put me off. I have the 1TB drive on order and am thinking about sending it back when it comes. I contacted the seller on Amazon to voice my concerns and was offered to keep it with a 50% refund if i run some tests, or send it back for a full refund. There appears to be a point where the performance drops off quite a bit when the drive fills up. But nobody seems to know yet how full the drive is before that happens.


Was hoping the samsung 970 was going to show up again from th eother day but no show. Saw this drive which is "supposedly" faster than the evo for £100 (512gb) Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 512GB M.2-2280 NVMe PCIe SSD, Its quite a new drive and the only review I have seen is on youtube her...Can any of the tech gurus on here help with this drive.

WhiteHawk007 ... Sorry I have misread your comment.. my bad...


Do what now? If only the 1tb version was £20 higher! Try double the price!

Crucial P1 1TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD at Amazon for £167.99
Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
£30 saving on a great NVME drive if you are looking for large unit in your laptop. Also the 500gb one is available for £82.99
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This is a QLC drive and if you fill it the performance is worse than a full SATA drive. Check out the review at Anandtech:


The fickle nature of capitalism. Bit like playing the markets (I would imagine).


It happens quite often on HDUK. It's simply timing in which case people at that time wanted the 970 Evo which went out of stock so they just voted your deal cold and now there is nothing else for this price that's NVMe


Posted this exact same deal a week ago and it went really cold...confused...


thanks for sharing your first deal with us today.have some heat :)

TREKSTOR SURFBOOK A13B Laptop Full HD IPS 4GB with M.2 SSD Expansion - £179.99 @ Ebuyer
Found 24th NovFound 24th Nov
Intel Celeron N4000 1.1Ghz 4GB RAM + 64GB eMMC 13.3" Full HD IPS Windows 10 S + Microsoft Office 365 M.2 SSD extension Just add 120GB SSD ≈ £20

Do you have proof of this?


The only think that puts me off these re-branded models was/is the driver support. I returned a Tesco Linx one a while back, really liked it, but straight away I did a fresh/clean install and Windows didnt pick up a lot of the drivers in device manager. Searched around online with no luck, so not an option for me to keep it.


I love Chromebooks. I also teach Comp Sci in schools and visit many to support trainee teachers. I've never seen a Chromebook in a school. A PC is more appropriate and what can't a child do on a PC that they could on a Chromebook?


It depends how "trendy" your daughter is, but at this price point, used Thinkpads on eBay are a good alternative. They're obviously business orientated so aren't sleek and thin and all that, but a 3rd gen i5 will out perform modern Celerons. (With a bit of excess heat though!) The HDD and RAM are easily easily upgrade-able and batteries can be found all over the place so charging isn't an issue. Just make sure to use a reputable seller... There are a few. And remember it's used but was worth over £1000 when new. Just an alternative, feel free to ignore.


'What's on your mind , ' it says here.

MEG Z390 +  WD BLACK NVME Black 250GB M.2 PCIE Gen3 SSD + Steam Vouchers - £259.97 @ Ebuyer
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
MEG Z390 + WD BLACK NVME Black 250GB M.2 PCIE Gen3 SSD + Steam Vouchers Seems like a good deal. Think the SSD is worth about £45, the motherboard is £255 on Amazon. I cant find… Read more

a very warm welcome to hukd newbie.have some heat :)


Crucial MX500 500GB M.2 SSD at Crucial £62.63 (poss £59.49 with 5% cashback)
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
Looks like OUT OF STOCK NOW :) Crucial MX500 500GB 3D NAND M.2 Type 2280 Internal SSD Now with limited discount at only £62.63 which is a bargain price on its own But, you can… Read more

Thanks, was unaware of this, saved me some hassle!


Neither did I until I installed one a while back and 2 of my hard drives no longer connected (embarrassed)


I know that M.2 uses either NVMe or SATA (I have 2 NVMe slots), but I didn't realise that the SATA M.2 slots actually remove the use of one or two standard SATA ports.


It depends on the motherboard spec., but if the M.2. slot is a SATA interface, it effectively replaces 1 or 2 of the other SATA ports that you typically connect hard drives to. The more expensive NVMe connects through a PCI interface (not SATA), although it still sits in the M.2. slot, so it doesn't take up any SATA ports (normal hard drive ones). Hope this makes sense. Edit: Usually the motherboard manual will say something like "Using SATA in the M.2. slot will disable SATA 1 and 5" so I advise checking if you have a lot of hard drives.


Genuine question: how will this take 2 SATA ports when it's M.2 form factor?

Intel 660p 1TB M.2 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive £160.48 @ Scan
Found 20th NovFound 20th Nov
Includes delivery (£154.99 without). Good alternative to the 970 EVO that was on sale earlier. This is my first deal, be gentle! :D Max. Read 1800 MB/s Max. Write 1800 MB/s Max. … Read more

I think you're getting a bit ahead of things, I could understand wanting the death of mechanical HD's, which will be slow and probably take many years. SATA SSD's will be around for a long time, NVMe is better, though only a marginal improvement for many. There is more to SSD performance than raw read/write performance, those figures are largely meaningless, a better metric is to look at how they cope with smaller files.


I think the use case for the 1TB 660p isn't as a boot drive (get a faster, smaller NVMe drive for that), but as a replacement for your hard drive for game storage. It's quick enough to not need to move it to a faster device and for games, it's mostly reads rather than writes, so the endurance that some people (including Linus) harp on about doesn't matter. It's what I've done with my 660p - moved my Linux Steam games off HDD (which was sub-200 Mbytes/sec read) to something 8-9 times faster. I'm planning to max out around 800GB (getting close to that now, but will be removing some games I don't play soon) just to leave some breathing space for the onboard cache. The justification for a 660p is simple - high capacity with pricing close to a standard SATA 3 SSD, but with 3 times the performance. With a bit more competition to come from Samsung and Micron, we might start to see SATA 3 SSDs finally die the death they've deserved for years now (SATA 3 plateaued on SSDs performance-wise about 6-7 years ago and is now really quite undesirable for SSDs, IMHO).


Not fond of Linus, but meh, sometimes he gets it wrong but his info is usually good for the masses, too much "youtube" delivery from him tho. Basically he said this. 1) It wears out faster 2) It's slower 3) The write speeds are not exactly correct. He follows it later in the video to say that. 1) It should last any non-enthusiast easily longer than the warranty time (5 years) 2) In day to day usage it should be just as good and fast as the better non-extra layer drives. 3) Benchmark test shows that the speeds can be really poor … if your going to peg your drive constantly. Here's the thing, it's cheap for what it is, compared to rotating hard drives it's a HUGE improvement (Unless your constantly moving gigs of files all of the time). It's a large drive for M.2 and your probably not going to find laptops or motherboards with multiple M.2 slots (tho, you can get a x4 M.2 adapter!). This product is definitely something I would recommend for regular users. Power users, people who like to download illegal films 24-7, and video editing people should probably avoid it. Also, if you REALLY want SLC drives. Go and look at how big they actually are. 64 GB is where Intel draws the line. 128 GB will probably run you about £700. So 1TB of SLC would only cost about £5.5k.


i paid that exact price for my 500gb nvme drive this time last year D:


Apparently slower than rotating disk drives (HDD) if you plan on filling it to like 50% capacity (for reference go to 7:00)? Not a good deal, gonna hold off buying since I don't need a 1TB drive asap right now and prices probably gonna drop...

Crucial P1 NVMe 1TB M.2 SSD - £167.99 - Amazon
Found 20th NovFound 20th Nov
As the Samsung 970 1TB deal has gone OOS on Amazon, this is slightly cheaper albeit a tad unnoticeably slower but still significantly faster than SATA. Product Description Whether… Read more
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Hold on why is this so cold? Isn't this the cheapest any 1tb NVMe has ever been? Should I cancel my order, honest question, is there something I should know before Amazon delivers it.


Yeah I know, was sorting out cashback and then it went oos...gutted. This crucial one is slightly cheaper but of course isn't a Samsung. Have one of these in lower capacity in my NUC and works like a charm.


shame that


I have, just the Samsung 970 1TB is oos now.

LewsTherin cheapest it's been, then again all SSDs are tumbling. For those that want capacity and missed out on the Samsung 970 1tb deal earlier. Yes it's not as fast but still x4 standard SATA SSD speeds.

Samsung 970 EVO 1TB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD £175 @ Amazon
Found 20th NovFound 20th Nov
Key Features: PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe Interface M.2 2280 Form Factor Up to 3400MB/s Read, 2500MB/s Write 4K IOPS Read: 500000 4K IOPS Write: 450000 5 Year Warranty
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I cancelled / refused delivery on mine just as well if they are being nicked but it was because of the scan deal 2T SSD for £210.00 Pre order showing only no stock see what happens not to worried if they don`t supply ( Scan have a reputation for selling no stock items they can not supply )


Nice, I got sent an empty box. Clearly opening and nicked. Never had that with amazon.


No they don’t have any engraving. As for what to use, look for the tiniest screw in the bag. Odds on it is what you need. It will quite possibly be there with a stand off too.


Uffff good I built it myself and left spare screws etc in the bag. Should I use any tiny screw, does it matter which one? Do they have little engraving on them to say what screw it is? Thx.


For any mine looking for a screw. Check your motherboard box, if you built yourself. The screws will be in the supplied fittings bag. For anyone else, yes you’re nailed and need to buy.

Samsung 970 EVO 1TB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD £219.97 @ Amazon
Found 14th NovFound 14th Nov
Key Features: PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe Interface M.2 2280 Form Factor Up to 3400MB/s Read, 2500MB/s Write 4K IOPS Read: 500000 4K IOPS Write: 450000 5 Year Warranty
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Still a chance before the 25th though, so worth keeping a look out. Plus it's still being predicted that the price of these drives will continue to fall well into next year.


I really don't see much of interest. I should have got it when the price was lower, but was holding out for Black Friday. There seems to be no deals about for drives as fast as this in 1tb capacity. Was really hoping for something around £200 or under. So much for Black Friday!


Amazon's Black Friday Sale is running until 25th November with "New deals every day".


it is black Friday already and the price has not come down


ready to be dropped again on black Friday.

Samsung 970 EVO 1TB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD + FREE Assassin's Creed Odyssey £247.24 @ CCL
Found 9th NovFound 9th Nov
Key Features: PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe Interface M.2 2280 Form Factor Up to 3400MB/s Read, 2500MB/s Write 4K IOPS Read: 500000 4K IOPS Write: 450000 5 Year Warranty
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Just looked this morning and gone back up to £245.23


Ah, good price. It was almost £250 when I looked earlier, before posting this.


It's also £224.98 on Amazon UK although without ac


Ok. That's a better deal for those with fee free cards. I'll expire this if you want to post it?


And 1tb is £213.74

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