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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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500GB - Kioxia EXCERIA PCIe Gen3 x4 NVMe M.2 2280 TLC SSD 1700/1600MB/s R/W - 5 Years Warranty - £37.50 delivered @ Amazon
Posted 13 h, 55 m agoPosted 13 h, 55 m ago
About this item 350,000/400,000 IOPS BiCS FLASH NVMe 1.3c Technology M.2 2280 Form Factor PCIe Gen3 x4 Lane KIOXIA EXCERIA NVMe PCIe 3.0 Gen3x4 M.2 2280 SSDUpgrading from a… Read more

TBH the picture of the Kioxia does feature this chip on it. K4A4G165WF-BCTD


There is no information about DRAM on this so doubt it has dram.


Cheers, I thought the Exceria would get the vote for being DRAM but the SN550 seems to get good reviews even without it. Although, like you say, at the price point and for my average use probably not much between them. Might go for this as works out cheaper due to Amazon vouchers I got cheap. 5 year warranty on both will probably outlast my laptop!


Orignally the SN550 was pretty good but they changed some components so it's not as good as it originally was. In all honesty it probably performs much the same as this Kioxia, both are more budget oriented but probably fine for the average user. Heavy duty users might look elsewhere, if you're into working with larger files, editing etc.


Very good price (y) 5 year warranty.

Crucial P2 2TB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD £147.99 at
Posted 20 h, 11 m agoPosted 20 h, 11 m ago
This is down from £260 on Box's website, but OCUK also has it on offer from £200 down to £175 right now. This is SSD prices for an M.2! Box also have a free delivery deal at the m… Read more

Not a good price for this drive


Cold. P5 costs a few more and this is regularly lower than this price anyways


You can get 2TB P5 for nearly same price from Amazon.


Too much, £120 is about right price


Before anyone asks, no, it's not compatible

Crucial MX500 2TB 2.5" SSD SATA Solid State Drive, £149.89 delivered at Overclockers
Posted 19th JanPosted 19th Jan
Steep delivey charge, still a decent offer. Enjoy the efficiency of next-gen Micron® 3D NAND Our cutting-edge components are engineered from start to finish for efficiency. As a… Read more

same price as the crucial p5 nvme 2tb


Thats one person, doesn't mean it is Yeah, now the price has hiked up fair enough, although its better to just wait for the price to drop .


Overclockers have their own forum board but if you are a registered user with either 100 posts they give you free postage on all orders


Tell me more details, please.


Check post 1 so If one says 1p is cheaper and worth I’m sure 10p is Edit now £175.67 on Amazon so now £35 cheaper so yeah now worth it even more

Sabrent 1TB Rocket Q4 NVMe PCIe 4.0 M.2 2280 Internal SSD R/W 4700/1800 MB/s (SB-RKTQ4-1TB) £91.23 delivered @ Amazon US
Posted 19th JanPosted 19th JanShipping from United StatesShipping from United States
About this item NVMe M.2 PCIe Gen4 x4 Interface. Built to the PCIe 4.0 specification / NVMe 1.3 Compliant. Power Management Support for APST / ASPM / L1.2. Supports SMART and T… Read more

You won’t, Amazon includes all charges. Plus, you need to exceed £135 for duty.


Sabrent have been around a good few years. This isn't an amazing drive because its QLC so the write speed is unimpressive (slower than most Gen 3 drives - however sequential writes aren't all that important) and write endurance is poor. QLC also really slows down if you write a large amount of data and fill the pseudo SLC cache - it drops to really slow, like 200MB/s. It will technically work on PS5 but is slower than the minimum recommended spec so Sony could block it if they wanted to down the road. You will also find it a pain to install games to from disc as it fills as you'll exhaust the cache on a heavy write like that.




Fantast deal. I have one of these as my OS drive.


Yes so I brought Evo Plus 970 as after years it is still benchmark. Fast and with onboard RAM and reliable. I can see Sabrent is faster (especially write) and PCI4... What is the warranty/reliability with those. Never heard of Sabrent before.

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1TB SanDisk Portable SSD up to 520MB/s read - £86.99 at Amazon
Posted 19th JanPosted 19th Jan
Decent offer. Life’s best moments happen fast. To make sure you don’t miss them, you need portable, reliable storage. With the SanDisk® Portable SSD you can store your content… Read more

USB 2.0 is 480mbps (this is mega BIT per second at maximum) in layman terms it's 60 mega bytes per second at max. While USB 3.0 is 600 mega bytes per second. Any decent HDD can utilise the full bandwidth of the USB 2.0. Now if your TV has USB 3.0 this is good for you otherwise it's an overkill more or less a waste. I just bought 2 x 4TB HDDs as backup as they are just for backup. PC have changed a lot recently I once spent a hefty sum of £250 for a Samsung 960 PRO 512 GB as they advertised the max speed of 3.2GBPS. Now my normal NVME Sandisk extreme pro 2TB have standard 3.4GBPS speed. All depends on your setup. If you put a SSD in old PC that does not support it it's a waste.


All portable hard drives (including SSD or non SSD) will work with any TV. The flash drives will work as well.


I don’t know but it’s one of them new oled tvz


I’ve heard that too, the one without the orange loop seems to be better and has a more rugged case.


I tell you what this drive will do, it will keep working if you drop it. Ever dropped a hard drive, especially if its working at the time? If you have, then you will appreciate a large SSD. A hint, Hard Drives don't bounce very well. Also SSD's are smaller & lighter than a comparable HD