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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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Adata XPG SX6000 Pro 1TB M.2 2280 SSD NVMe with 5 year warranty £99.99 Delivered @ Box
31/05/2019Expires on 31/05/2019Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
NVMe drives are dropping so well lately it's awesome! Box have dropped this one to a penny under £100 and unlike some of the others, this one comes with a 5 year warranty as well. … Read more

Here is a link to the article.


this sounds better than 2100MB/s Read 1500MB/s Write - also why the price has come down, this is old stock that needs to be gone before the new kit comes out.


With PCie 4 we will be getting 5000MB rd/wr speeds. Gigabyte will be showing this off Monday.


so you know this is dramless which isn't good when it comes such a large size "Realtek plans to offer a cheaper RTS5763DL controller aimed at lower-end SSDs without DRAM."


Indeed, the endurance on these drives is fine, if you wrote an average of 100GB per day, every day, it would take you 16+ years to hit the TBW limit, and even then it'll probably last long beyond that. (highfive)

Intel 660P 1TB M.2-2280 PCI-e 3.0 x 4 NVMe QLC 3D NAND Solid State Drive - £98.99 @ Overclockers
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
Getting cheaper, decent price for a pcie drive. Speeds aren't as good as the Samsung nvme drives but you'll not get those in 1tb versions at this price point.

new 0.5Tb/s read and write drives coming out soon, if only you can hang on a bit longer


1TB card is £87.16 with code on CCL Ebay...


There you go...


9am. :p


It’s tomorrow now :D ???

Save up to £90 on Samsung T5 Portable SSD - Samsung MU-PA1T0B/EU Portable SSD T51 TB £159.97 + £40 cashback
27/06/2019Expires on 27/06/2019Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
Cash back offer- redemption on Samsung website. Save £90 on T5 2TB Save £40 on T5 1TB
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Yeah, not sure why this is cold, bought one literally just over a month ago for£162 (1Tb), so with cashback is even better


Why so cold, not bad after cashback

Gigabyte 240GB 2.5" SSD @ Ebuyer - £27.97 Delivered
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
MENU 2Basket£104.99 Search Ebuyer... Price Match Promise - Never beaten on price 2.5" SSD Gigabyte 240GB 2.5" SSD (6) Ask an owner QuickFind: 859013 Mfr part code: GP… Read more
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I was going a bit to fast round the bend lol (lol)


Good drive, voted hot :)


Cheeky! 😝


£27.22 @ CClonline, if anyone wants it Here (Link)


Integral better value??

WD 1TB Black NVMe M.2 2280-S3-M PCIe Gen3 SSD for £178.48 Delivered @ Ebuyer
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
Product Description SPEED PREVAILS Introducing the WD Black™ NVMe™ SSD: the driving force behind everything you do. Featuring the innovative Western Digital NVMe SSD storage ar… Read more

£158 with the upcoming eBay code...


You'd be better off with a well known brand like Onkyo.


Sorry but ^^^^ I am lost for words


Sabrent and silicon power nvmes on Amazon are as good for £115


best not paying the extra and getting the mp510 for 135

Samsung 860 QVO SATA III 2.5 inch 1TB SSD - £113.41 delivered @ Ebuyer
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
Samsung V-NAND technology 2.5 inch form factor Sequential Read: Max. 550 MB/s Sequential Write: Max. 520 MB/s 3-year limited warranty
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£103 at Amazon so cold from me


Hey I’m right there with you! Much prefer it this way!!!


Haha just very appreciative of people willing to help, there are too many people in real life or online who are snarky or rude and its nice to know that there are those that will help you. Spinal2K went out of his way to give me a breakdown and everything. ;)


Can feel the love here. (cheeky)

240GB Lexar NS100 2.5” SATA III (6Gb/s) SSD Solid-State Drive + 3 Year Warranty - £24.49 delivered // (120 GB £14.99) @ 7DayShop
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
120GB Lexar NS100 2.5” SATA III (6Gb/s) 120GB SSD Solid-State Drive - £14.99 Supplied brand new in sealed retail box with a 3 Year Manufacturer Warranty. Improve your existing… Read more

Good price. Hope these are more reliable than their usb sticks used to be.


Flippin' 'eck. I'm old enough to remember excitement when spinning rust was a quid a megabyte


109.5GB/day before you exceed the TBW warranty or 10.1 Mbit/sec constantly TBW 120GB: 60TB, 240GB: 120TB, 480GB: 240TB 3 years


Quicker than a hard drive - Sometimes! I have replaced my old drive with one of these (120GB one) and although it boots quickly enough, it honestly sucks so bad when copying anything. Even saving a large download from Microsoft Edge or extracting a RAR file can make the whole machine lock up and it’s literally crawled to that much of a slow, it’ll need a reboot to recover. Definitely spend more and get one with a cache because I never suffered this before with Samsung EVO SSD’s and I’ll never buy a cheap one again if not even basic use is manageable. Could be faulty, could be my PC that’s going bad but that 5% of time where it won’t function correctly is the most irritating thing and I’ve lost data from it a few times so worth having in mind if you’re looking to use this as your only drive (for your OS and for your “my documents” storage space)


Would this be decent to use as a boot drive for a Macbook Pro 2010 model?

Western Digital Green 120 GB PC internal SSD M.2 2280 SATA for £18.99 Delivered @ 7dayshop
Refreshed 24th MayRefreshed 24th May
Description Supplied brand new in sealed retail packaging with a 3 year manufacturer warranty . Solid state drives provide fast read speeds that can effectively shorten boot t… Read more

Ridiculously cheap


Me to >< what an upgrade.


Stuck one of these in a Lenovo 110s. Bingo, no more update problems.

Western Digital WDS240G2G0A WD 240 GB Internal SSD 2.5 Inch SATA, Green  £26.99 @ Amazon
Found 21st MayFound 21st May
For use in laptops and desktop computers, WD Green SSDs offer high performance and reliability to boost your daily computing activities. With comprehensive WD F.I.T. Lab certificat… Read more
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Is it possible to transfer all data (direct clone) from my existing hdd to this without having to do a fresh windows install? I ask mainly because my microsoft office licence wont be allowed to be used again, will also cause issues with sky go & netflix as they will think its a new computer if i do a fresh install


Will check it out. Thanks for heads up


Buy it @ 7Dayshop for £24.99


OP - tried to buy this but says minimum order quantity is two units? (confused)

HyperX SHFR200/240G FURY SSD RGB Stand-Alone Drive - £67.58 @ Amazon
Found 21st MayFound 21st May
Get the upgrade that you need to kick your system’s performance and style into high gear with the HyperX Fury RGB SSD. The drive features a smooth, stunning light bar to give your … Read more
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Some good deals you've posted to back up your comments!


I'm an honest person that's all i am going to say!


well that just pissed off half his customer base


dont buy these theres loads problems with the rgb leds cooking the drive and the drives are failing RGB Hyperx ssd faling in a new build



250GB Samsung 970 EVO PLUS - M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD £65.99 @ Aria PC
Found 21st MayFound 21st May
The ultimate in performance, upgraded. Faster than the 970 EVO, the 970 EVO Plus is powered by the latest V-NAND technology and firmware optimisation.
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1tb NVMe 970 Plus is cheaper on there too. Bets Amazon's price.


Good deal

ADATA ASU650SS-960GT-C 960GB Ultimate SU650 SSD 2.5 SATA3 7mm(2.5mm Spacer) 3D NAND 520/450 MB/s 75K IOPS  for £79.97 Delivered @ Amazon UK
Found 21st MayFound 21st May
Amazon Finally price matched with CCL online @Tacavas !!, like you said. (y) 3D NAND Flash for higher durability and capacity SLC caching: enhances transmission speed Ad… Read more

Thanks - saw this & ordered just before midnight!


Remainer says: After brexit you'll pay £150. Leaver counters: Won't matter, because after brexit wages will double! : )


And I ordered 2 so not many left as I needed to replace 2 1tb drives raid 0 :-)


Any chance of a link please? There's quite a lot of these on ebay


I’m ordering the same what a deal :-)

Intel 660p Series 1TB, M.2 SSD Single Pack - £100.48 delivered @ Ebuyer
Found 21st MayFound 21st May
Another price drop on these. Capacity: 1TB Form Factor: M.2 PCIe NVme 3.0 x4 Interface Sequential Read (up to): 1800 MB/s Sequential Write (up to): 1800 MB/s
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Depends on what risk you are willing to take, a low risk that Silicon Power budget drives won't be great or that a big brand QLC drive won't fit your needs. If you are an average consumer then the QLC really won't be something you notice.


I'd still choose the Intel brand over Silicon Power - the latter is going to have useless warranty when the Amazon returns period is over.


Agreed, this now needs to come down to around £80ish to make sense.


Can get far higher quality ssds for £10 more on Amazon. This ssd has poor endurance and worse latencies than a sata drive. The silicon power drive is far better than this.


This is a better deal at less than £10 more: No QLC flash!

Samsung SM961 256GB M.2 PCI Express 3.0 £39.71 @ More Computers
Found 20th MayFound 20th May
Not for everyone but if you don't mind the lack of a consumer grade warranty, (this is an OEM drive) this surely has to be a great bargain. Read speeds of 3100mbs and writes of 140… Read more
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Very good price, over £50 in many places elsewhere. Heat! Edit: Also this is an MLC drive so one should expect greater longevity than TLC or QLC drives.


Seeing a message on the site now saying they are getting a lot of automated traffic? Are lots of people looking at this deal? Is this link better?



Link seems broken....

Kingston SSD Int 120GB A400 SATA M.2 Model: SA400M8/120G BLK  £19.61 at Kikatek
Found 20th MayFound 20th May
Small saving on this M.2 SSD. KEY FEATURES 120GB Capacity SATA III Interface M.2 2280 Form Factor Up To 500MB/s Read | 320MB/s Write Speeds 3 Year Manufacturer Warranty SA400… Read more
Horrorwood This is 50% larger for pretty much the same price, 5 year intel warranty.

Samsung 970 EVO Plus 500GB Solid State Drive (MZ-V7S500BW) M.2 NVME SSD £92 @ Samsung
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Not seeing this cheaper anywhere else, £105.94 at Amazon

Yeah I seen that, have said for them to email me when stock is in so fingers crossed it isn't too long. Keen to get this in my Acer Nitro 5 along side it's 1TB HDD!


Hopefully and its £89 now so even better.


Will they get more stock at this price?


We have over 3000 people in the building but only few hundred have ssd at the moment. We only use Dell machines so those SSD are whatever Dell puts. Never said they were Samsung but they are an electronic devices which do break so I’m sure some of those Samsungs will too.


You are either lying, have 500 people working in your building or use some crap off brand SSDs.

Silicon Power 1TB NVMe SSD - £109.99 @ Amazon
Found 20th MayFound 20th May
Super-fast PCIe Gen3x4 interface for read/write speeds of up to 3, 200MB/s/ 3, 000MB/s NVMe 1.3 support RAID engine for enhanced data integrity Slim form factor M.2 2280 (80mm) … Read more
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Mine arrived yesterday, just installed Win 10 on a test rig and bench marked it with CrystalMark over 3200MBs Read & write. Lets just hope it lasts. :)


Expired, it's an extra £5 now. Edit: £10 more...


I have the 512 version of this drive and am very impressed with it. All disks can fail and if you don't have a backup you are in trouble regardless of the manufacturer.


I’m not debating that - if you use lower grade/cheaper chips and sell the whole unit cheaper as a result that is expected. I was saying that if it had all the same parts in terms of quality etc as a normal brand then you wouldn’t expect it to be priced less as they need to make savings somewhere.


You are right. I care customer services more than brand name in case something gone wrong. I bought many ssd since 2011, only have one failed and it was a Samsung ssd but Amazon did a good job to exchange it with a new one. It is normal for smaller companies to use cheaper parts to compete, otherwise do you think people will buy from them if they use grade A parts but then will have to sell at prices close to samsung / crucial / adata products?

Crucial MX500 CT500MX500SSD1(Z) 500 GB (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch, Internal SSD) for £53.85 Delivered @ Amazon UK
Found 20th MayFound 20th May
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

Use MiniTool Partition Wizard Free to reduce size of HDD before cloning.


Anyone had any issues replacing a larger (512gb) HDD with a smaller SSD so long as the bigger drive isn't full? Just wondering about issues when cloning, specifically on OSX My parents 2012 iMac could do with a boost in performance from an SSD


When buying Crucial drives make sure you install Crucial Storage Executive. It does the firmware update on the drive in addition to other stuff


I've disabled windows updates and all OK for a few days, Things like this shouldn't happen these days. They have said to send back but too much hassle.


Apple probably still charges 1,000 bones for this for upgrading their computers, rather than the default 2GB hard disk.

Cheapest Ever: SanDisk SSD PLUS 480 GB Sata III 2.5" SSD, Up to 535 MB/s for £45.79 Delivered @ Amazon UK
Found 20th MayFound 20th May
Cheapest Ever DURABLE DESIGN: SanDisk Solid State Drives have a durable solid design which is engineered to resist vibration and shock, helping to keep your data safe over tim… Read more

If you are looking for a bargain there aren't any this minute, but they change day by day. You can'y go wrong with an MX500, that has DDR3 and is backed by Crucial and their reliable warranty. The best deal recently was the Western Digital Blue 3D NAND 500Gb for £41, but who knows if anything will popup again like that any time soon. The newer deals seem to be starting on NVME M.2 cards.


So what do you think is the best ~£50-60 model, the crucial mx500?


They have no DRAM and therefore random read/write times are slower


I've been using the 240GB versions of these in desktops and laptops over the last two years, and although they're seen as budget option, I've never found a real world difference between these, Crucials or Samsungs.

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