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Topic # 189516 2-Jan-2016 19:46
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Hey everyone.

I just got an NUC and wanted to try it with a small capacity mSata ssd. Does anyone have a 32 or 64gb msata ssd that is surplus to requirements?

Thanks


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  Reply # 1460319 2-Jan-2016 19:46
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.




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  Reply # 1478890 26-Jan-2016 11:27
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Bump - still on the lookout for an msata drive if anyone has a spare


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1478907 26-Jan-2016 11:46
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I have a brand new crucial 250gb m-Sata SSD I ordered from PBtech in December for my NUC but turns out it mine used a M.2 ssd, Make me an offer on if you want it? But make sure you need a M-Sata not M.2 (Newer NUCs use M.2)


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  Reply # 1478932 26-Jan-2016 12:25
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I have a 60gb one.



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  Reply # 1479036 26-Jan-2016 13:59
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Na this one is mSata - just double checked. I would be keen on the 60GB one. How much would you want for it?


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  Reply # 1479047 26-Jan-2016 14:15
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Let me dig it out when I get home and let you know. Where are you - in case I need to post it?


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  Reply # 1479051 26-Jan-2016 14:20
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I have a Adata SP310 64gb msata that I have been meaning to return for credit - make me an offer and it's yours. Brand spanking hasn't come out of it's box yet.

 

 




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  Reply # 1479080 26-Jan-2016 14:47
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I am in Auckland. Any chance I can test it out and see if its going to work first? 

 

 

 

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I have a Adata SP310 64gb msata that I have been meaning to return for credit - make me an offer and it's yours. Brand spanking hasn't come out of it's box yet.

 

 

Not really looking to spend a lot here, it is for a secondary PC (the NUC i am looking to sell in another thread). I have an offer on trademe for a 32gb one for 30 bucks. So that is the ballpark I am looking at.


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  Reply # 1479082 26-Jan-2016 14:51
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$40 and it's yours - no charge for the courier (I'm in Wellington).

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1479083 26-Jan-2016 14:53
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I can probably let it go for $30. I work in town, live on Shore. Will test it out tonight. It's a MyDigitalSSD. Can't remember if 60 or 64.




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  Reply # 1479117 26-Jan-2016 15:48
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huckster:

 

I can probably let it go for $30. I work in town, live on Shore. Will test it out tonight. It's a MyDigitalSSD. Can't remember if 60 or 64.

 

 

 

 

Appreciate the offer mate - but i went with the Adata one. Thanks.


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  Reply # 1479125 26-Jan-2016 16:01
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Krishant007:

 

huckster:

 

I can probably let it go for $30. I work in town, live on Shore. Will test it out tonight. It's a MyDigitalSSD. Can't remember if 60 or 64.

 

 

 

 

Appreciate the offer mate - but i went with the Adata one. Thanks.

 

 

No problem. Back to figuring out how to hook it up to my rPi. :-)


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