expired Ramsta S600 480GB SSD $74.99 US (~$101 AU), ESTRELLA Class10 32GB Micro SDHC Card $6.18 US (~$8.18 AU) + More @ GeekBuying

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Three deals tonight with the popular Ramsta SSD at a record low price!

The Ramsta S600 is a SATA3 480GB TLC SSD with a sequential read up to 550MB/s and a sequential write up to 440MB/s. This SSD is suitable for replacing a traditional HDD in a laptop, use as a dedicate game drive (e.g. Steam games), OS drive or even slipped inside an enclosure for use as a portable SSD. Ramsta are using SK hynix TLC flash with a Silicon Motion controller.

Next on sale is an ESTRELLA Class 10 Micro SDHC UHS-I Card in the capacity of 32GB, 64GB and 128GB. They have a read speed up to 80MB/s and a write speed up to 15MB/s. Suitable for 1080p FHD video recording or put in a phone/tablet/tv box for additional storage.

Product Price Coupon
Ramsta S600 SATA3 480GB SSD $74.99 US (~$99.24 AU) JZHJVOED
ESTRELLA Class 10 32GB Micro SD Card $6.18 US (~$8.18 AU) CHMETR011
ESTRELLA Class 10 64GB Micro SD Card $16.98 US (~$22.47 AU) CHMETR012
ESTRELLA Class 10 128GB Micro SD Card $32.96 US (~$43.62 AU) CHMETR013

Free shipping included with Australia Direct Line express shipping currently $1.38 US on Ramsta SSD.

AU$ based on current Mastercard exchange rate.


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  • +1 vote

    Price goes down and down when posting continually. 87.99 USD —> 79.99 USD —> NOW 74.99 USD
    Come on, why did I go panic and buy it a month ago?
    But, thanks OP. some guys will be happy.

    • +4 votes

      us $5 and you had the pleasure of an ssd ….that is about au $1.50 peer week for 4weeks to have an ssd instead of a spindle drive …..that isn’t bad …..about 20 c per day for 4 weeks to not have to wait for a spindle drive …..

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        I've heard of hard disk and mechanical drive but I've never heard of it called spindle drive? I guess it is technically correct because a hard drive has a spindle in it..

    • +1 vote

      You bought it right?
      What's it like? Any issues? What do you use it for?

      • +3 votes

        its actually decent the speed, i use mine for a games, steam, ubi, origin, makes booting up quicker, i see if i can post some benchmarks

        • +7 votes

          https://imgur.com/a/epB05eG

          These are some benchmarks of the drive

        • +1 vote

          @Bargain4Days: could someone translate those benchmarks scores into english? I'm asking for a friend.

        • +3 votes

          @altomic: Well the Sequential performance is around 500MB/s which is as fast as you can get in a SATA drive. The random access speeds are way better than spinning rust, but it is no EVO 860: https://www.techadvisor.co.uk/review/ssd-hard-drives/samsung...

          The performance shown in the benchmark is fine, and apparently it doesn't have the slows down during large writes that some other drives have: https://www.igeekphone.com/ramsta-s600-480gb-sata3-high-spee...

          If you don't currently have a SSD, this should improve loading times greatly.

        • +2 votes

          @gmatht:

          Writing with large data on random mine slows down to shit and many programs can't read the end of life, temp, and hours on data as the sensors are not std but many programs report they are proprietary

          I'm using it as my os drive and the sandisk 240 I used before was much faster to boot and use.

          Cheap drive adequate if you use it as as a read only drive, was delivered fast using aussie direct post and insurance from last deal took 10 days with a weekend in between so happy with that.

          Great drive if you don't have a SSD but if you need to shift a lot of data buy something else

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    $200 for a 1TB ssd would be my upgrade point.
    seems it wont be long now :)

    • +1 vote

      get 2 of these 198.48 less than 200 only lose 40 gig

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        the issues with smaller drives is the number of sata connectors you have …..laptops often only have one so upgrades involve bigger drives …….

        it’s why we have 6 small ssd as we upgraded to 750gb and 1tb ….next upgrade will be 2tb or cheap 1 tb for the 750 gb machines.

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        rather stick with 1 drive then raid it.

    • +1 vote

      we have some 750gb drives and when 1 tb gets to $200 they will be upgraded ….

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    I want a microsd card for a switch, which should I get?

    • +3 votes

      It's actually slightly cheaper to get this sandisk with the PULL5 coupon than the 128GB version of the SD card from this deal.
      Also it's an australian seller so it probably won't take forever to arrive.

    • +4 votes

      Or you can get a 200gb sandisk at amazon aus for $67 after the $20 new account credit.

  • +5 votes

    Got one of these last time, works decently.

    Read speeds of about 370mbs in a USB 3 enclosure, which is decent.

    Used it as a Xbox One X game drive and cut loading time a fair bit (Destiny 2 went from 1m 26s to 44s).

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    Those coupon codes made me think Chemtrails :P

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    SSD are cheaper than microSD cards now.

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      yep and ssd arebfaster and take more write cycles ….but they are designed for different uses eg sd for portable and few writes and slow eg in a phone …..

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    How good (abd reliable) are the estrella sd cards? Tempted to buy the 128gb one.

  • -1 vote

    Never heard about this brand before!

  • -1 vote

    SSD sold out as at 9am 15/6/18.
    p.s. happy eid to all.

  • +1 vote

    I'll ask for more stock this arvo.

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    Wonder what the endurance on these cheapy SSD's are.. 5TBW?

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      Ozbargain has pretty much volunteered to test the reliability of these borderline sketchy SSD'ds

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    "estimated shipping time 15-30 business days" wtf lol

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