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With several flash storage manufacturers offering class-leading performance and an impressive feature set at an affordable price, today's SSDs present excellent value to give personal computer users plenty of bang for their buck. All deals for SSDs are grouped together on one special page at Read more
Cheapest 120GB SSD I've ever seen! - Palit UV-S 120GB 2.5" SSD Solid State Drive £24.99 @ 7dayshop
Found 3 h, 27 m agoFound 3 h, 27 m ago
Perfect time to to speed up Windows start up! £20 for an SSD is a steal!

If the Palit is a steal, the ebuyer one is a giveaway!


The integral that has been around for ages has much better speed. Same price too.


Not sure why this is hot when it's exactly the same as other £25 SSD deals and it has a lower write speed?



£25 for 120gb has been around every now and then..

Intenso 2.5" SATA 120Gb SSD for £23.98 delivered @ eBuyer
Found 8 h, 42 m agoFound 8 h, 42 m ago
Back in stock :) 2.5" SATA Up-to 520MB/s Read Up-to 300MB/s Write Shock resistant and noiseless Low power usage The SSD SATA III Top Performance offers speed and effi… Read more
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Nothing unusual about that - they often send stuff out via next day delivery after they’ve made you wait a few days.


Ordered 2 days ago but it's still stuck at processing on ebuyers site...fingers crossed it gets delivered!


Ooops, this is a hard drive, not coffee pods. Lol I thought the same when i saw the picture!


Nice to see SSDs coming back down in price. Heat!

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Intenso 3813440 240GB SATA III High Performance Internal 2.5" SSD £44.98 Amazon
Found 14 h, 13 m agoFound 14 h, 13 m ago
Low power consumption Shock-resistant Silent operation SMART Command Support TRIM Command Support

Same price from ebuyer too - if you’re a fan of their customer service


about the same ...


How does this compare to the Toshiba TR200 and other SSD's in this price range recently posted (WD Green, Sandisk, Crucial, Kingston, Integral)?

Sandisk Ultra 3D 1TB SSD at - £165!
Found 21 h, 46 m agoFound 21 h, 46 m ago
Resonably priced, and quite decent 2.5" form factor SSD at only £165 shipped, and from 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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If you boot multiple operating systems this is useful or multiple copies of the same operating system, this makes sense, I think.


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


Dont get me wrong but for 10 to 20 % quick loading isnt worth the money. Seagate firecuda sshd 2tb gaming does the job well and money wise is a excellent choice. Because x-box already have a descent internal hdd and that why ssd makes very little difference!


Seagate 2TB FireCuda Gaming SSHD If you get this drive for you console this would excellent choice mate. First its cheaper than ssd. second is got much more memory on it. Choice after you but if you google you will find that a lot people do this


Expired. 226.9 euros now instead of 187 euros. Shame as I'd have bitten at that price!

Samsung 970 PRO 512 GB V-NAND M.2 PCI Express Solid State Drive - Black £207.98 @ Amazon
Found 18th JunFound 18th Jun
Product Description The Samsung SSD 970 PRO is the 3rd generation of Samsung’s Client-PC NVMe SSD. The Samsung 970 PRO is specially designed for tech enthusiasts, hardcore gamers a… Read more
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No, AHCI and NVMe drives are mutually exclusive.


Hmmmm I’m completely understand what you mean. I’m sure if you did a bit of research or you could contact Samsung them selves to ask? I don’t see why it wouldn’t, would be silly not to release driver for it? But you never know?


it's an older one now, when i built the system it had a samsung SM951 m.2 drive installed using a PCIe x4 speed adapter, to give max speeds of the m.2 format right from the get go, and as you may be aware, those SM951's weren't plug and play, they were not meant for retail sale, only sony so they could keep the market by the balls drip feeding speed increases at premium upgrade costs, ASROCK stuck 2 fingers up to this and released full speed m.2 slots right away, just after this board was made, so i had to get a bios written to accommodate UEFI as a boot drive, via their support page, not sure if they have made a new one to cover NVMe as it was a few years ago i bought it now. (ASROCK Z87M OC Formula) and the newer bios on the site at the time, did not cover UEFI booting. SAmsung used to do 2 versions of these drives, AHCI and NVMe (both PCIe connection type) but as they now only do NVMe i wondered if thye'd built in dual compatibility, or as microsoft and intel wants, simply abandoned previous generation hardware


How come your systems does not support NVMe? What motherboard do you have? And I would assume so I don’t see why it wouldn’t.


What if your system will Accept PCIe m.2 drives like this, but NOT NVMe ? is this backwards compatible ?

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Samsung 970 Evo 500GB NVMe M.2 PCIe SSD £157 @ Amazon Germany (dispatched & sold by Amazon EU SaRL)
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.

Cry plz


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


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


Op isn't adding the delivery. Also I already posted this last week for cheaper, so this is a duplicate


Mine comes out to £163.34?

Intenso 2.5" SATA 120Gb SSD - £23.98 @ Ebuyer
Refreshed 18th JunRefreshed 18th Jun
Intenso 120Gb SSD 2.5" SATA. 520MB/s Read, 300MB/s Write. Free delivery.
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£23.99 now


Just to add to the above, latest Linux Lite just came out, I ll try it soon on my 8yo netbook. ChromeOs maybe its also an option for old laptops.


agreed, I'm sure a few people still think an SSD only makes the boot up a bit quicker, remember those people 3 or 4 years ago saying they won't upgrade because they need a 2TB hard drive for the OS and an SSD doesn't do much anyway.... funny how you almost never see those comments anymore :D


About time! Though I think the MyMemory on Integral P series was actually slightly cheaper. Still, at this price, I have just upgraded all my spare machines to SSDs - total transformation, I don’t think people believe you until they see it for themselves.


Hahahaha I've got to admit that made me laugh a generous amount (:I well played

Toshiba OCZ VX500 SSD @ Amazon £89.97 (Prime Exclusive)
Found 17th JunFound 17th Jun
Looks like a decent price Review link

Same as above could it perhaps of been a prime now deal? You can get a SanDisk 480gb for£90


Can this be marked as expired, price no longer showing and CS say they can't honour it.


Can't get it at £89.97, showing £198.55


Shows as £89.87 when you click on the capacity or style name options but always adds to basket as the higher price.


Pricing error and missed out maybe? :/

Samsung 970 EVO 1TB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD £309 @ Amazon
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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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.


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


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




Good idea but I have no room to backup the drives - all my backups are full - im gonna just have to clean uo the backups mostly movies and games

Palit 120Gb ssd £26.98 / £30.98 delivered @ Ebuyer
Found 14th JunFound 14th Jun
Palit's UV-S series SSD is equipped with a SATA III interface in a standard 2.5 inch form factor. The drive provides fast read speeds that can effectively shorten boot time and boo… Read more

It's for MyMemory to handle the VAT element, not you as the end-user/consumer. By all means shop them to HMRC if you wish (as someone else did on here). People aren't really complicit or accomplices as you suggest, as they don't have a say in how that business operates and other than not buying from there what is the other option? My accountant put it better, as someone who is VAT-registered (he was referring to my business), we (small business, in fact anyone VAT-registered) are all glorified tax collectors for HMRC. If MyMemory are based in the Channel Islands then they are legal but it would be a loophole of some sort. As a business, I do care about the VAT element but on a £25 SSD, a few pounds lost (from our bottom line) isn't a big deal.


People care about big corporations and those wealthier than them avoiding taxes when it’s in the paper, but give those same people an opportunity to avoid taxes and their moral compass is soon absent ;)


There are a group of offshore businesses that do this - they effectively pocket the vat element as extra profit and undermine lower cost British businesses and taxpayers. People who choose to use them are complicit in this tax avoidance. Maybe legal, but is it ethical?


They don’t pay vat as there in jersey I think?


Every business does. But I give you many individuals don't care about avoiding tax. Is that good or bad?

Samsung 860 Evo 500GB SSD SATA 6Gb/s interface with 5 years warranty and free delivery. £108.42 Ebuyer
Found 14th JunFound 14th Jun
Specifications Interface: SATA 6GB/s Interface, compatible with SATA 3 GB/s & 1.5 interfaces Capacity: 500GB NAND Flash Memory: Samsung V-NAND 3bitMLC DRAM Cache Memory: 51… Read more

People on here... more fool you for using Ebuyer. Over 600 now yet still cheaper with Aria :/


Don't really need a caddy.if you don't want it. Just buy a SATA 3 to USB 3 adapter to connect it to any laptop, PC.


I didn't know any of that, cheers.


Hi, you'd need to buy a caddy to use it as an external drive. All you get is the drive and instructions in the box.


Can I use this as external drive? Does it come with USB connection?

Kingston A400 480gb ssd - £82.98 @ Amazon
Found 13th JunFound 13th Jun
Great for the price
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Reliable, just as any Samsung SSD. I've had the 240GB older model for almost 3 years, still in my laptop, 100% condition by HDsentinel.


It’s not a Samsung EVO but then again it is only £82 so a bargain


Peops, does it worth it? is it as good as other brands ssd?... :/


40£ + first time top up PAyPoint...then you get voucher! :{


As long as you put it in a bullet proof housing otherwise you may lose data when the bullets start flying.

SanDisk SSD Plus 240gb SATA III - £49.97 @ Amazon
Found 13th JunFound 13th Jun
Lowest price seen for this on Amazon. Excellent reviews and reputable brand. You might choose to add this for £8 to connect it all up if you don't have the spare cables:
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I have expired this deal as it is now £55 (20th June)


MRHappy37 - I had the complete opposite experience with this drive. I purchased in September 2017, and it completely died in March 2018. Lost about two weeks work, I should have backed up, but I didn't... To be fair to Sandisk, their RMA process was quite quick. They allowed me to drill a hole through the drive, and they sent me a brand new replacement. I'm not risking another Sandisk, I know it's unlikely that I'd get two that failed drives, but I'm returning to amazon for a refund and going to go with a different manufacturer. Also, I just remembered I had a failed Sandisk micro SD card back 2014. They're rubbish!


Bought this a couple of years ago and its been great. Super fast and totally reliable, and a good brand too.


Great post. To my mind the Toshiba is the one to get. As well as being the cheapest the claimed 240 tb worth of writes will far outstrip the other drives although the warranty is the same for each. Edit: Actually I think the quoted 240tbw is for the 960 gb version. The 240 gb is 80 tb, the same as any other cheap drive. Its still a decent drive though judging by reviews. The western digital is just a rebranded version of the sandisk plus. So if for some reason you dont want to purchase the Toshiba one then the cheaper of the others is next best.


Western Digital drive is only £47.98 from Amazon, see the Link HERE! EDIT: Oh, and there's the Kingston A400 for only £48.04 as well, see this LINK! Not forgetting the excellent Toshiba drive that eBuyer have for only £44.96 - see THIS LINK! You can also add the mounting bracket, and SATA cable to this drive making the whole lot only, £50.94 if you don't use bluetak/sellotape/double-sided tape/elastic bands etc. like most people :)

Kingston A400 480GB SSD £82.98 Ebuyer
Found 13th JunFound 13th Jun
Kingston A400 480GB SSD FEATURES/BENEFITS >>10x faster than a hard drive - With incredible read/write speeds, the A400 SSD will not only increase performance but can also … Read more
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Amazon returns are far easier and this is a sata SSD no going wrong size


I find searching for specific items easier on ebuyer, I once ordered some full sized DDR3 DIMMS by mistake on Amazon because I searched for 4GB DDR SODIMM and in amongst the items were some full-sized ones and the pictures were not correct! It's easier to shop at ebuyer!


reviews look good for this drive, ideal for boosting the performance on an old desktop. just ordered one. thanks!


is it series 5?


Now we need the ram prices to drop too And the new GPUs to release Voted hot btw OP

SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD 2TB up to 560MB/s Read / up to 530MB/s Write £374.69 @ Amazon
Found 13th JunFound 13th Jun
nCache 2.0 technology delivers blazing-fast speeds 3D NAND provides greater endurance so your drive lasts longer and uses less power Accelerate your PC for faster boot-up and bla… Read more
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Had SSD's since the C300 from crucial. Yet to have any fail. Had some of the worse offenders (OCZ Vertex etc) and sandisk, toshiba, samsung, crucial etc and so far, I'm good.


I was just talking about this yesterday - I've had SSDs since 2009 and in that time I've had three failures. All of them were Sandisk. No way would I throw £375 at one.


Would not recommend sandisk SSDs due to their quality and failure rate. My 240 gb Sandisk ssd died in the ps4 after 2.5 years of infrequent use.


More, than enough for storage speed.


It’s speedy enough, 500+ MB/s read and write is more than enough. There are other drives that can go 3 times faster but 120GB of those costs as much as this drive alone.

Samsung 970 EVO 500GB M.2-2280 SSD - £163.99 @ CCL
Found 12th JunFound 12th Jun
The fastest M.2 around! Cheapest I can currently find it inc free delivery in the UK. I know it has been found cheaper in Amazon Germany but they don't have stock till 19/6 and wit… Read more

Now in stock for £163.99 next day delivery for free for prime members at Amazon!


I'm not the guy you quoted but... there's about 4/5/6/7 chinese fabs coming online over the summer (probably more). A (fairly) good source is wiki: The ones in blue are "under construction/repair" (so are "future available") with a rough indication of what they make :) More fabs is obviously lower price. I'll be keeping an eye on fast nvme prices for a few months, try and catch the "pre black-friday price hitch so we can reduce to normal price" crap while it's in my favour. Price is down at £30 in 6 weeks, not bad: I think £120 is my target. Might just grab a second hand 860/850 nvme and have done with it :)


That is an interesting take on the current pricing, how do you suppose the newer higher density 512Gbit 64 layer parts that are coming to market currently will effect the pricing then? I wonder why the 64-layer pricing won't drop, even though, Micron, Intel, Toshiba, and Samsung are now in full production and selling lord knows haw many wafers to third party SSD manufacturers, what are you thoughts on this? Do you think that the forth coming 96 layer technology, which will be coming to full fab production soon will cause a dramatic drop in price, or do you think that it will remain stagnant, and memory makers will just reap higher profits per die? I'd love to read your thoughts on the NAND market, since very few people seem to take an intrest on here.


48 layer nand will probably be completely dropped from production as Sk hynix has 72 layer nand. This is the other reason, samsung no longer has a monopoly on 3d ram, al the other nand foundries have it too. Plus with 64/72 layer nand, you can cram more capacity per die, thus cheaper ssds


Don't have a cow, man

Toshiba TR200 240GB 2.5" SSD £44.98 delivered w/ 3 year warranty @ Ebuyer
Found 11th JunFound 11th Jun
Free delivery, 3 year warranty and decent read/write speeds Sequential Read/Write Speed up to 555/540 MB/s Up to 240 TB TBW 64-layer 3D BiCS FLASH Up to 82,000/88,000 IOPS … Read more
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I think I know the one you're talking about (the Lenovo Yoga 320), with an SSD, but is only 120GB, right?. I ALMOST opted for that very same one last Year!. Opted against it in.tbe end ... And went for a different Yoga Laptop with an HDD, but a much more sizable 1TB instead. (Speed, over additional storage space and the like?). It's a definite horses for courses moment the way I see it.


Normally I'd have agreed with you there 100%, lol. But sadly, NOT 100% ... Eg. if it's a 250GB HDD Drive, then it's thickness will most likely be in line with your assumed for criteria. :-) But if it's a 2TB HDD Drive, then the chances are it won't. :-( As the physical 'thickness' between those two 2.5 Inch HDD's will count! (for the limited window of space in the Console to which you're yet to squeeeeeeze it into as it were ... ) Though true, the firmware may also play here also, etc, etc, etc?. Thing's to also bare in mind perhaps?. :-) I didn't even realise that these thingy's even had a minimum allocation 'minimum' like?, lol. You learn something new every day ... (as the saying goes?, hehehehehe). :-D

joe_shmoe,review-34045-4.html I will stick with crucial, I think.


Excellent. Thankyou bud.


are these reliable?

AMD Ryzen 2600 promo bundle w/ x370 mobo, 8gb (or 16gb) 3000mhz, 240gb SSD £365.47 delivered @ Overclockers
Found 9th JunFound 9th Jun
Bundle Contains AMD Ryzen 2600 Six Core Processor with 3.9GHz Boost Gigabyte X370 Gaming 3 ATX RGB Motherboard 8 or 16GB Team Group DDR4 3000MHz Memory (16gb kit + £79.96) … Read more

Thanks a lot. I'm off to raid my piggy bank.


If you can jump up to 16gb of RAM even better, it's just still so expensive these days. Pushes the total system price up to £690 ish with a 16gb kit from Amazon. Anyway, I assume you know enough to take it from here. :)


Sorry, don't know what happened there - probably not concentrating and posted the wrong list link. Here you go:


£600 is fine. My original budget was £700, but seeing as I don't really use this one that much I can't really justify spending that much. My gaming days are over, but I'd like something that could run some if I ever have the time. The partpicker link you sent was empty by the way mate, would you mind resending it please.


You're not getting a prebuilt one that's decent value for money pretty much period at the moment. I would also highly recommend that you invest a tiny bit more, around £600 is the best bang for your buck entry point right now. Like the RX580 I chose below is about 60-65% faster than a GTX1050, for example, and you're more likely to get a little bit better motherboard (ie: more VRM cooling and 4x RAM slots) and a slightly better PSU building yourself.. This is the kind of build I would go for in your shoes, with a £5 Windows 10 key from ebay. If you keep an eye out on here and around online, you can find the same or equivalent hardware (maybe not the exact same model number but the same relevant speed/performance) for much cheaper, like the 8400 was going for £125 ish here the other day, and you can probably snap up some RAM a little cheaper somewhere. You could also go for a GTX1060 (3gb is fine for a budget build) if you find one cheaper (or a 2nd hand gtx970 locally if you don't think it's been to hell and back). Also, your previous build would have been a fairly high end rig 10 years ago. Can you possibly get some money towards the build by selling it off? I'd advise not to cheap out. The difference between a £500 and a £600 build right now is pretty significant, though £800-900 is where you really start to hit your stride IMO.

Sandisk SSD Plus 240GB SATA III 2.5 inch SSD £49.97 @ eBuyer
Found 9th JunFound 9th Jun
Good reviews and under £50 delivered! Boost the performance and extend the life of your laptop or desktop PC with the SanDisk SSD Plus. This durable solid state drive delivers seq… Read more
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If you know it’s out of stock already then why ask? The Kingston A400 is available at Amazon (no rip-off postage) for similar price - also I only said tiny bit cheaper, which is strictly correct, you’re not going to notice much between these: Kingston SA400S37/240G SSD A400 240 GB Solid State Drive (2.5 Inch SATA 3)


What's with the rediculous shipping costs, 6 quid or 5 for click and collect? No thanks.


Do you have a link? 240GB is currently £48.95 and OOS - Thanks


Not bad but the Integral P series from MyMemory is actually a tiny bit cheaper. They’re all budget SSDs after all.

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