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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 hotukdeals.

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Crucial MX500 CT2000MX500SSD1 2TB (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch, Internal SSD) 560/510MB/s R/W - £189 Delivered @ the-original-tech-world/Ebay
Posted 8 h, 15 m agoPosted 8 h, 15 m ago
BRAND NEW INC VAT 2TB Crucial MX500, 2.5" SSD, SATA III - 6Gb/s, SM2258, 3D TLC NAND, Read 560MB/s, Write 510MB/s, 95k/90k IOPS, Retail Boxed Product Description … Read more

Yes, the battle has started.. Fingers crossed like last year. (highfive)


Nice one @Brutes - keep 'em coming (y)


Fine and probably sensible advice as long as you have an M2 nvme slot of course. Otherwise this or the Evo 860 is the best for SATA


damn, paid £197 just yesterday in amazon! should have waited 1 more day!


Rather pay 30 quid or so more for an m.2 nvme with way faster read write speeds

Crucial X8 1TB Portable SSD (1050 MB/s) at Amazon Germany for £133.80
Posted 16 h, 15 m agoPosted 16 h, 15 m agoShipping from GermanyShipping from Germany
Twice as fast and cheaper than most portable SSDs this size. Crazy good deal. Even cheaper with a fee free card.

Does anyone know how it affects warranty buying from a different country?


Ah, ok that’s what I thought. Thanks for your response.


The above link (this thread) it works out at £130. Buy in Euros with a fee free card like clarity or starling.


Sorry what link? Sorry, what link?


I bought it from this link. Worked out at £130 with few free card

SanDisk X600 1TB 2.5" SATA SSD/Solid State Drive (3D NAND, 560MB/s) - £99.98 at Scan
Posted 30th MayPosted 30th May
Nice offer here, might suit someone. The SanDisk X600 3D NAND SATA SSD uses Western Digital 3D NAND technology not only for higher capacities (up to 2 TB) than the previous gene… Read more

And that's an absolutely fair comment to make. I'd recommend giving these guys another shot, if you still need this.... But then again, that's just my opinion. I am In no way affiliated to these these guys.


Scan is way better than Ebuyer. I have never had a single issue with Scan. Ebuyer - slightly different story.


They've got quality materials, no doubt. But their customer service is horrible. I wouldn't buy something like a pc or laptop from them because of previous experiences.


Cheers, ordered


Generally Scan has pretty good ratings, perhaps you might've had a bad sales rep or customer service adviser. Good deal, I would buy from Scan.

Kingston SUV500/960GB SSD UV500 SATA3 2.5 for £30.97 delivered @ Amazon
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Posted 30th MayPosted 30th May
Cracking price XD :o :o :o
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I need an update if anyone actually gets these


Worked for me, just ordered 8 of them!


Yes, Went quicker than expected. Hoping they honour :)


That is a +20 you never deserved! Buy the item and post your receipt then tell people about a misprice - is the only ever correct method.


Did you order one, @idontflycathay ? (shock)

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Crucial MX500 CT2000MX500SSD1(Z) 2 TB (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch, Internal SSD) £194.98 @ Amazon
Posted 30th MayPosted 30th May
The best SSD drive in this price range. Crucial MX500 CT2000MX500SSD1(Z) 2 TB (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch, Internal SSD). Frustration free packaging £194.98 link Standard packa… Read more

Plenty out there but this video from Linus is insane.




Weak, I have the PS10


Yes, PS5,


check carefully - crucial has a tool on their website that tells you compatible upgrades. Some Macbooks HDs SSDs are not replaceable but gut feel is you will be ok this far back. My wife has one from around 2015 and it isnt upgradabe

Patriot Burst 960GB 2.5" SATA III SSD from CCLOnline £95.86 delivered
Posted 30th MayPosted 30th May
Patriot Burst 960GB 2.5" SATA III SSD good price and cheapest about for ukhotdeals, proof -->… Read more

Yeah tbh I did miss that apologies. But looks like you rectified it anyway or knew what you had so alll good


Thanks I've seen it.🤭


Careful you already have 2 quantity of 8GB ram = 16GB.


Very kind ov you. I can just return it , Thank You.


Offers there if u change ur mind, dont like giving wrong advice, my mistake. Wont bother me, I use adata all the time, it's good cheap ram,

Adata Ultimate SU630 240GB 2.5" SATA SOlid State Drive, £29.94 at CCLOnline
Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Decent speeds drive at a reasonable price, hope it helps. Key Features: SATA 2.5 Form Factor Up to 520MB/s Read, 450MB/s Write 4K IOPS Read: 30000 4K IOPS Write: 65000 3 Y… Read more

Bought one last year, died after 10 months.


The Integral P series from Mymemory is a little faster and priced at £27.49 which is also worth consideration... I doubt there's too much real world difference between the two though.


With the current boom for usb boot on raspberry pi 4 this ones an ideal candidate - plenty of performance for that use case.


This is DRAM-less and QLC if anyone was wondering.

WD Blue SN550 1TB High-Performance M.2 Pcie NVMe SSD £114.44 @ Amazon
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Nvme goes mainstream with a powerful cost-effective storage solution that adds to the reliability of an SSD Get breakneck sequential read speeds up to 2400 MB/s to improve your pr… Read more



I use this as an additional drive for my Steam and multimedia library. Very pleased with its performance having purchased through WD store for less than a oner recently with discount code.


For the vast majority of people, they're not going to notice a difference (or sometimes only a very minor difference) between an NVMe SSD and SATA SSD. Although this NVMe SSD is one of the slower ones.


Ahh yes he did. My appologies


He said sata SSD not HDD.

2TB SanDisk Extreme Pro Portable USB-C Thunderbolt 3 SSD Speeds to up to 1050 MB/s £329.99 @ WD Store
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Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
The SanDisk Extreme PRO® portable SSD leverages our lightning-fast, in-house NVMe technology to dramatically increase transfer speeds to up to 1050 MB/s letting you move files fast… Read more

Relating to PS5 as dax101 stated I’m pretty sure sony will end up bitting their tongues. To be ahead of anything in PC they will need to go with something faster that PCle 4.0. Which does not make any sense as will absurdly increase the cost and will offer no perceptible performance improvements. Going already over 1000mb/s shows no noticeable improvement on gaming.


Fair enough


Not to go too off-topic in relation to the deal, however it may not be a ludicrous statement to make considering there are a few internal SSDs reaching read speeds of around 3500MB/s. In their own marketing, Samsung claim the 970 Evo Plus M.2 internal SSD reaches read speeds of 3500MB/s. In a normal daily situation or benchmark results, these speeds may differ. Have a look at the Sabrent Rocket which utilises PCIe 4.0 and they claim read speeds of up to 5000MB/s! Not that much of a far fetched statement when these SSDs are claiming speeds in their own marketing. Regarding Sony’s SSD? I think we’ll have to bite our tongues in terms of speculation and wait until June 3rd, where we may find out some more details of the specs!


But mchcreations (above) mentioned a 3500mb/s SSD, surely Sony can’t have one faster than that, can they?


Their message was referencing Thunderbolt 3 technology used by external SSDs. The PS5 will be utilising an internal SSD. Internal SSDs can be much faster than external SSDs.

ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB Gaming Black Internal, M.2 SSD £135.22 at cclcomputers ebay
02/06/2020Expires on 02/06/2020Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Ultra Fast internal M.2 already on offer @ £142.34 get an additional discount using code PRODUCT 5 Comparable against the Samsung 970 Pro 512GB M.2 SSD that costs more with half … Read more

It doesn’t need one to function but with many NVME drives they start to thermal throttle under heavy use. The provided heat sink does lower the temperature a little bit but if your motherboard comes with a heat sink that should be used instead.


Mine arrived today if people are interested in the heatsink.


If used standard i think not, but the description does talk about overclocking as a option so i guess thats when you would use the heatsink.


Does it need a heatsink?


It does include a optional heat sink to show off if thats ur thing, and cloning software so a good all around package.

Integral 240GB V Series SATA III SSD Drive - 500MB/s - £26.99 at MyMemory
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Decent speeds and good value drive, hope it helps. Key Features - Read up to 500MB/s - Write up to 400MB/s - 2.5 inch form factor with SATA III 6Gbps interface (backwards compa… Read more

Do the drive have DRAM? V series P series A400 Kingston?


Strange, I'm in Ireland and I ordered an SSD ten days ago and got it this morning!!


Exactly! The postal service in UK is a bit rubbish all round at the moment.


You may have a problem with your order or the delivery company. My memory has been a great retailer over the years and received everything that I ordered from them in short time. Don't avoid.


Are MyMemory and PicStop the same outfit does anyone know please?

WD Green SSD 2.5"/7mm 1TB - 545MB/s R- 3 years limited Warranty - £87.29 With Newsletter Code @ Westerndigital Shop
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
You need sign up for their newsletter, (after you sign up you will be emailed with 10% code to use sitewide.) Also, there's 15% off Student, Teacher & Senior Discount at West… Read more

A spare 15% off code for this would be greatly appreciated, thanks :)


It is slow and sucks for larger file transfers


Would this work for a replacement for an internal PS4 drive?


Should come in handy with all the free game downloads popping up (y)


I was wondering that, too. They ever seen to say dram or no dram etc.

Samsung 860 QVO 1TB, 2.5” SATA SSD - £90.81 (£88 with fee free card) Delivered @ Amazon France
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Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Good price for this SSD drive - use your Amazon UK log-in as normal to order. Cost with delivery is £90.81 from Amazon France or £88 with a fee free card like Revolut. Amazon UK p… Read more

True but it did have ssds they are always in the sale


Last year had nothing special. Just like black friday, it's another marketing scheme that offers naff all to the consumer. Prices jacked for a month then a little discount added for the 'event'


prime day will be upon us soon and then prices should plummet along with the corona dying down


Not worth it for a few extra seconds saved on loading times. Next gen consoles will have SSD included and if you don’t already have an SSD with your PC/laptop by now you have other things to worry about first



1TB SanDisk SSD Plus Sata III Internal SSD - £86.57 (£82 with fee free card) Delivered @ Amazon Germany
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Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Feels like a decent price here for the headphones from Amazon Germany with the voucher auto applied. You can use your Amazon UK account details to order. NBP based on Amazon UK. … Read more
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N This is my recent download list:


You guys need to upgrade the motherboard, CPU, RAM, PSU, GPU and case too :)


Mainly Destiny 2 at the moment and some of the load times (especially in menus) are beyond awful. Happy to dig out some other games though


Not at home at the moment so can’t check the model number but, my PS4 Pro was purchased brand new in February so I assume a pretty recent model? I only put the MX500 in, early April. As for noticing a difference... since February I’ve been mainly playing “Days Gone” which initially seemed to take an age to load. With the MX500 in, I’m convinced it’s faster to get in to the game but, to be honest it still takes longer than I’d prefer. Never actually timed either. Perhaps if we both have a copy of the same game, we could time the loading and compare?


Cheers. Have you actually noticed any difference? When DF tried it on the PS4 with various games, the results where underwhelming. The conclusion was that the architecture and the current code wasnt optomised to actually be able to use SSD very well. However, code has moved from 5.x to 7.x since then, and variants of the PS4 Pro have come out so I'm trying to find if the above has changed.

WD Green 480 GB Internal SSD 2.5" SATA/M.2 SATA, £49.99 each delivered at Western Digital Shop with code
Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Decent speed drives at a reasonable cost. KEY FEATURES 480GB Capacity SATA III Interface M.2 2280 Form Factor Up To 545 MB/s Read | 600 MB/S Write Speed 3 Year Manufacture… Read more

Aye, I'm struggling to find any working codes now.


If anyone has a 15% off discount code they could PM me, that would be amazing, thank you! (I'll delete this when I've received one)


That's only useful for something like large file transfer or high resolution/bitrate video editing For normal use (office, web, gaming etc), the noticeable difference is little if any.


The difference between SATA and NVMe is quite big. An NVMe drive is twice the price and atleast twice the performance. A SATA drive will be limited to around 500mbs whereas an NVMe will hit between 2000-3000mbs. Huge difference between SATA and NVMe.


It's DRAM-less. Better spend your money on SSD with DRAM.

SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD 500GB 560MB/s Drive, £52.99 at Western Digital Shop with code (free delivery)
Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
Quality drive on offer here, might suit someone.

This has rejuvenated my old laptop, under 10s startup thanks op (y)


Thanks might give that a go.


I use these and they work great on MacBook.


anybody else have a 15% code they could post of pm please? thanks in advance


Could someone recommend a USB-c enclosure to run these off a MacBook Pro to keep the speeds as fast as possible thanks

SanDisk SSD PLUS 480 GB Sata III 2.5" Internal SSD, Up to 535 MB/s - £52.13 [£50 with fee free card] Delivered @ Amazon Spain
Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
Good price for this 480GB SSD Drive from a reputable brand. Cost is £52.13 delivered from Amazon Spain - use your Amazon UK log-in as normal to order. Use a fee free card like re… Read more

Agree 120%, I have a 1tb SSD plus and a 480gb ultra 2 - the ssd plus is SHOCKINGLY bad.


The Ultra is available here, couple of quid more, but use the 5% off code? Night and day difference in performance.. Good Price for this size of an SSD though.


I would spend a bit more and get the mx500 in my opinion

RAVPower FileHub, Router AC750, Wireless SD Card Reader, Connect Portable SSD Hard Drive to devices - £31.54 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK & FBA
Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
Apply/tick the £5 vouher as shown and the discount will be applied at checkout: RAVPower FileHub, Travel Router AC750, Wireless SD Card Reader, Connect Portable SSD Hard Drive … Read more

A travel router with no SIM? Seems like they are missing the main feature.


Could you not use a USB dongle with a data sim?


What are the use cases for these?


Usb and ethernet is also standard with this upgrade model.


Excellent find, these are brilliant and a real bargain at £31.54

Crucial MX500 2TB 3D NAND SATA 2.5 inch 7mm Internal SSD £199.99 at turbounlocking ebay
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Posted 24th MayPosted 24th May
I've been looking for the past 2 weeks and this is the cheapest I could find.

Agreed - 3 on auction a few days ago. Grabbed a new mint 2TB MX500 at £164 (£4 shipping). Plenty of "Make an Offer" versions on there too if you're willing. I find unless you really want the Amazon peace of mind, Ebay is the best zone to secure one of these.


Prob on par with the mx500, not as good as Evo but honestly not noticeable. Out of those three I'd go with whichever is cheapest.


Has anyone had experience with a WD Blue SSD Drive? I want to know how they stack up compared with the Crucial MX500 and Samsung EVO? (confused)


I tried to post that I think but the mods don't allow that seller on here. It's a good drive, I've got the 2TB version for £150 from eBay. It's effectively an MX300.


I got a Micron 1TB ssd, for £90 off eBay with a code here. Micron make crucial SSDS -

Samsung 970 EVO Plus 2 TB PCIe NVMe M.2 - for £386.81 / £373.28 w/fee free card
Posted 24th MayPosted 24th MayShipping from GermanyShipping from Germany
On the price is 409 EURO converted into GBP is about 367 - use a fee free card laike starling or revolut. Delivery is free. I think it`s an amazing price. I am looking f… Read more

SCORCHIO (highfive) ;)


I was going to say the same, 1TB is around £11 2TB should be around £220 at at maximum to be a bargain


Mum and Granddad wanted 1 each


Why. Bad price sorry OP. These drives are priced at such a premium for negligible gains compared to other less known brands.


I’m buying loads of these

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