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Samsung 500 GB 860 EVO M.2 Sata III Solid State Drive at Amazon for £90.35
Found 4 h, 7 m agoFound 4 h, 7 m ago
Description Product Description The Samsung SSD 860 EVO is the newest of Samsung’s Client-PC SATA SSDs, specially designed for mainstream desktops and laptops. Building on the re… Read more

3200 read / 1800 write according to Samsung website. I was going off the spec on amazon page.


Ok. Yes they do.. but I was trying to make a distinction between the two for a layman.


Try 3200/1900 for the 960. 500 odd is where the SATA SSDs sit.


i think you are confused? although it#s easy to do as samsungs naming convention is rather flimsy. m2 interface supports both sata and nvme protocols so the specs are probably correct. the pics show an 860 for me not a 960 which is here and only a little dearer


I think the listing specs r incorrect. They have posted the sata ssd specs. The actual read / write is 1800mbps on the m.2 evo 960. Don't know if I'd buy this. Will you get an sata ssd or an m.2?

Crucial MX500 2TB SSD £229.99 (reduced from £308) @ Amazon
Found 16 h, 43 m agoFound 16 h, 43 m ago
2TB SSD at a decent price for a decent brand and model, not sure what else is out there but it’s pretty decent I think.

Got the 2TB deal a few weeks back for £192, worked out at £96 per 1TB. It's still in the box waiting to go into a Ryzen 3 build along with the Samsung 512GB NVMe deal for £90. Looks like I'll be geting a Ryzen 9. Can't wait to see what the new Motherboards will look like at CES 2019.


I think so but two identical drives are highly recommended.


Prices on these are only headed down - if you don't need it right now just wait.


Tbh you can just contact support and ask them for a return no matter the date


I’m also tempted to do this considering the cost of a 4tb Samsung drive at the moment. Might grab 2TB for now and another drive when prices have dropped a bit more. I’m guessing it’s possible to use raid with two different drives of the same capacity?

WD 500GB Black NVMe M.2 2280-S3-M PCIe Gen3 SSD £99.98 Delivered @ eBuyer
31/12/2018Expires on 31/12/2018Found 17 h, 13 m agoFound 17 h, 13 m ago
Finally a sub £100 price for this NVMe 500GB SSD from WD. Perfect for discreet desktop builds, laptop builds, or just to add some blazing fast storage to your build. Up to 3… Read more

It might be fine,but we are leaving the EU,so I am not certain how that will affect RMAs to Europe in a few years time in terms of customs checks and any kind of tariffs. This is the location of the UK RMA centre for Western Digital: Its located in Swindon.


Not personally used WD RMA, but have used Samsung's RMA to send back an 850 evo that my pc managed to cause a hard lock on the drive and render it useless without an encryption password reset. Can't recall how long it took for the drive to come back to me, but had no issues with the rma process. Had to go through emails to raise an RMA after the usual troubleshooting steps.


Western Digital RMA is UK based unlike Samsung which is in Holland.


That's for a larger size, it's actually around 150TBW per 250GB approx, so around 300TBW for the 500GB.

masai Samsung slightly better but doubt you’d notice it.

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Crucial BX500 480 GB SSD £42.26 Delivered using code @ Joybuy
TODAYTODAYFound 23 h, 33 m agoFound 23 h, 33 m ago
Decent price for this 480GB SSD from Crucial. You'll need to use the code crucial5 at checkout to get the reduced price. Shipping Weight : 0.060 kg Net Weight : 0.060kg Pa… Read more

Still waiting for Xiaomi Mi Band 3 from 12th Nov.


Declared 23 USD, £8 admin fee, £3 VAT = £11 in total ;(


I voted hot in order to encourage people to buy one. People learn best by their mistakes. Obviously, I'd buy from Amazon. Don't forget to thank me (and the OP) after you've learned.


In which case this makes this more expensive than buying locally before you get into the long delivery times and no guarantee. Why is it getting heat at all? :/


Who's joybuy I mean whats joybuy, an how reliable & efficient their customer service ?

Samsung 970 EVO M.2 NVMe SSD PCIe 250GB £65.53 + £5 cashback at Aria PC
Found 18th DecFound 18th Dec
After delivery charge and £5 cashback. Read how to claim back the £5 on the their website.
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Why has this been expired if the deal is still active please?


Possibly it shouldn't go cold but a few days back deals came with a sprinkle of deer dust.


64.99 at Amazon so only a deal after the cashback so I guess it depends how long it takes to get the cash back. This is still better AFTER the cashback though.


How comes it goes cold? The final price after the cashback is £60.53. This was posted 2 days ago and went hot:

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WD Blue 3D NAND SATA 1 TB Internal SSD - 2.5 £129.99 Ebuyer
Found 18th DecFound 18th Dec
High capacity and enhanced reliability An active power draw up to 25% lower2 than previous WD Blue SSDs Enhanced power efficiency 5 year limited warranty

Cold, because Amazon have the 1TB Crucial MX500 for £110 right now.

Samsung 970 EVO 500GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD £90.99 @ Amazon
Found 18th DecFound 18th Dec
Deal of the day. Next Level SSD Speed Samsung V-NAND technology sequential read/write performance of up to 3,500/2,500 MB/s random performance of up to 500,000/480,000 IOPS … Read more
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NVMe (Non volatile memory enhanced express) IIRC. What m.2 stands for though i've no idea.


Could always buy again and return if you think it's worth it for £18.


ha thats the site i have saved for the drive.


Urrgh... I bought this yesterday (delivered today) for £108.97.... just my luck ;(


I ordered this entirely for visual purposes. I less cable to manage.

Crucial MX500 CT500MX500SSD1(Z) 500 GB Internal SSD (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch) for £61.99 Delivered @ Amazon UK
Found 17th DecFound 17th Dec
Dispatched and sold by Amazon in certified Frustration-Free Packaging .Gift-wrap available. Sequential reads/writes up to 560/510 MB/s and random reads/writes up to 95/90k o… Read more

Thanks op ordered to replace smaller boot SSD. Hoping cloning existing drive is easy as never done it before.


This is cheaper than what I bought it for, I got mine from Ebay and CCL when they had an offer for 15% off


Yes I'd say so... this has cache so should be better when transferring larger files around and this is a metal case vs plastic. I've got a BX500 250GB drive and it's fine but if only £7 difference I'd go for the MX for sure.


Is this worth £7 more than the BX ? Thanks.


Exactly in the same quandary. I believe it's easier to clone the hard drive using the Samsung provided cloning software therefore my preferable choice.

Lenovo SL700 Flash Shark SSD - 480GB - £40.38 @
Shipping from ChinaShipping from ChinaFound 17th DecFound 17th Dec
Seems like a pretty good deal for a 480gb Lenovo branded SSD, but I'm no expert in these things. No voucher required, but this is a 'flash deal', so it may expire quickly. Here… Read more

all I can say that my Lenovo was not made by them in their factory, it was made by someone else.


The brands you mention have sold their brand rights on. Lenovo use their own factorys in China.


I never pay tax/duty on things from China, make sure you get delivery to a work address


20% tax plus £8 or so handling fee. £16+ makes this pretty cold


Free shipping via China Post. Taxes are for the buyer to pay.

Crucial BX500 480GB 3D NAND SATA 2.5-inch SSD, £56.09 at Crucial
Found 17th DecFound 17th Dec
Free delivery.

BX500 price is cold for me. The MX500 500GB (premium range) is just few £ more: The MX500 1TB is JUST £117.71! The MX500 M.2 range have the same price of the 2.5"... (y)


So tempting, must stop....must not buy another 1....


For sure. More options for the community :)


still only a small difference as stated by Deal_steal but even so still good for visibility for people who prefer the vendor over a 3rd party


myself personally i've never had an issue with ebuyer, but normally going with the vendor is also a good shout

Crucial BX500 480GB SSD @ eBuyer for £54.99
Found 17th DecFound 17th Dec
Boot up faster. Load files quicker. 300% faster than a typical hard drive Improves battery life Micron 3D NAND 3-year Limited Warranty

Price now reduced to £54.98.


Nice one 😁 just got 4 of them thanks

Inateck SSD enclosure Sold by Inateck and Fulfilled by Amazon £7.67 Prime / £11.77 non Prime
Found 17th DecFound 17th Dec
Bought mine a while back. Decent item

No, it will do the same job. This particular one has a decent controller with UASP, otherwise there's nothing SSD specific about it.


Was a Lightning deal - now £11-99 for Prime as well


Excuse my this totally different to the hard drive ones that are a few pounds off ebay?


no faster if usb2


Much faster than usb hsd, not as fast as sata 6 internal connection or m2 internal. I use mine for disk intensive xbox games


More annoying when the spell checker deletes words.


Perfect bargain for my light use, ordered, thanks op! (y)


That was kind of the message. The supposed disk checkers didn't flag anything. Only bitcomet. So like you say it would come out the blue for most people (who don't torrent).


Many tks; mine seemed to fail out of nowwhere - one evening of slow running then next day pop.


Honestly I had one fail on me and the early sign was 'cyclic redundancy error" in bitcomet. Then I did full checkdisk thing in Windows - no errors found. Tried some other drive checking tool - no errors. Moved files off and about three weeks later it went pop!

Crucial MX500 CT1000MX500SSD1(Z) 1 TB Internal SSD (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch) AMAZON (£110.99)
Refreshed 1 h, 39 m agoRefreshed 1 h, 39 m ago
Sequential reads/writes up to 560/510 MB/s and random reads/writes up to 95/90k on all file types Accelerated by Micron 3D NAND technology Integrated power loss immunity preserve… Read more

It is crazy that they don't as it has to cost them more in admin etc. They should do it in first 30 days.


Tempted. But promised myself to wait till it hits 100. Heat added.


So expensive, I want the 2TB at this price (excited)


Bought this the other day at £126, went back asked for price difference said no we dont price match so cancelled the £126 and asked to return it and placed new order for £110, jesus my carbon footprint has just gone up All1


Can this be put in a external caddy and connected to say an xbox 1 ect? If so is there a specific requirement for the caddy? Been considering one for my xbox just to speed up load times ect, just not sure on the requirments other thqn being 256gb and over. Thanks.

Samsung 970 EVO 250 GB V-NAND M.2 PCI Express SSD £64.99 @ Amazon
Found 16th DecFound 16th Dec currently have the Samsung 970 EVO 250 GB V-NAND M.2 PCI Express Solid State Drive - (SSD) in stock at £64.99 . Seller is Amazon itself. Lowest price its been on came… Read more

A nice thanks for the heads up.


2 weeks ago I used a 15% code in eBay to get g skill ripjaws v 16gb 3200mhz for £110, I got it from the CCL ebay page. I'm pretty sure they have either 10 or 15% off every weekend right now


I might go for a 970 evo 500GB if it goes back down to £90, but I really want a good deal on the 1TB model.




Total waste of time.

SanDisk SSD Plus 240GB Sata III £31.98 @ Amazon
Found 16th DecFound 16th Dec
Faster Boot-Ups, Shutdowns and App Response High sequential read speeds of up to 530MB/s and sequential write speeds of up to 440MB/s translate into better performance for everyt… Read more

Crucial BX500 CT240BX500SSD1(Z) 240 GB Internal SSD (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch)


Good choice. I'd go Crucial over SanDisk any day of the week, especially at the more budget end of the scale. It's always worth checking the prices of the MX line too. No great deals at the moment from what I can see but sometimes the MX drives go for only a little more than the equivalent BX and they're a significant step up.


I have had this drive now for 3 years and it has never put a foot wrong and still working amazingly well. If I wasn't skint from buying Christmas presents - I would treat myself to another!


Voted hot


Was going to buy that, but Crucial BX500 looked better after checking comparison sites so bought this for £32.39.

Kingston 120GB A400 SSD 2.5 Inch SATA 3 Solid State Drive - 500MB/s for £17.97 Delivered W/C @ Mymemory
Found 15th DecFound 15th Dec
Specifications Form factor 2.5” Interface SATA Rev. 3.0 (6Gb/s) – with backwards compatibility to SATA Rev. 2.0 (3Gb/s) Capacities 120GB, 240GB, 480GB, 960GB Controller 2Ch NAND T… Read more

My preference would be samsung; how long have rhe Kingston's worked for?


I've installed dozens of Kingston's at work and no failures so far. My samsung one in home PC is running strong 4 years later could not go back to a HDD after this.


The difference is extremely noticeable, it's the biggest improvement in general usage you can make to a computer. You won't be able to tolerate an operating system that is running from a HDD after you've lived with an SSD. Personally I only trust Samsung for running my OS.


Yes laptop 1tb HDD to 1tb SSD boot up time significantly quicker


Although the Kingston one has better reviews on Amazon than the integral one

Integral 120GB P Series 5 SATA III SSD Drive - 560MB/s for £18.87 Delivered w/c @ MyMemory
Found 15th DecFound 15th Dec
Key Features- Enhanced performance: faster boot than HDD, faster access to applications, enhanced productivity and increased efficiency - Read up to 560MB/s, - Write up to 540M… Read more

how is it with games?


Check SSD section of userbenchmark website


I just put 2 of these from the £7.99 deal other week in my kids old iMacs, they made an amazing difference in speed , heat and noise. The 120gb HDD's are very low amount of storage to be fair and not really for a everyday user as they will run low very quickly. I would use them as a boot drive with a bigger 2nd mechanical HDD for all the apps. The apple system is different as 120GB is more than enough even for an everyday user.


Yes, like @garybb said won't go wrong either way but speed wise Integral has little higher read/write speed. ;)


Don't think you could go wrong with either.

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