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ADATA XPG SX6000 PCIe NVME Gen3x2 M.2 2280 128GB SSD with DIY Heatsink $55 FS at Newegg.com (Sold and Shipped by ADATA)

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NewEgg.com has the XPG SX6000 PCIe NVME Gen3x2 M.2 2280 128GB SSD with DIY Heatsink (ASX6000NP-128GT-C) [newegg.com] for $55 (Sold and Shipped by ADATA) with free shipping! No rebates!!
  • High speed PCIe Gen3x2 interface: R/W speed up to 730/660MB/s
  • NVMe 1.2 Certified
  • Intelligent SLC Caching and DRAM Cache Buffer
  • Includes DIY XPG heatsink
  • Compact M.2 2280 form factor

Sale ends 11/30/17 at midnight PST.

Not a really hot deal, but a warm one given that this is an NVME drive, not a 2.5" SSD. Could be a really nice deal for those who recently bought gaming laptops that came with only a hard drive and have an extra SSD drive bay empty. Instant boost! Peace
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ADATA SSDs and memory cards are just bad. High rates of failure. Stay away.
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ADATA SSDs and memory cards are just bad. High rates of failure. Stay away.
I got a bad one and it soured me on ADATA. And if I were looking for a NVME I'd want one that's faster than 730/660MB/s.
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I have a couple real cheap adata SSDs running in 24/7 media boxes and in a couple of old daily driver laptops and have yet to have a failure. Only Linux distros, so maybe windows has another flaw-destroying SSDs?
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FWIW, amazon lists the speed as 1000/800

edit: I guess newegg shows that as well in the specs
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Deal also comes with a $10 New Egg gift card and goes until midnight tonight...... amazon shows 1.2 R/W up to 1000/800MB/s with a 5yr warranty, have used adata before without issue and really can't beat this deal to get a pair of these to run in RAID for under $100. In for 2 - thx OP
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This is a tad faster than a SATA SSD and with the $10 promo card, it is less expensive. I think it will be a decent match for my 4th Gen Intel motherboard (which a full speed NVME SSD like the Samsung 960 EVO would outclass). In for one.
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first time using a m.2 drive. This one runs really hot. Literally toasting my palm when i use my mouse pad. Definetely going to return this. If you are putting it in a laptop i would refrain from doing so.
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