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512GB ADATA XPG SX7000 M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD + $15 Newegg GC EXPIRED

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ADATA via Newegg has 512GB ADATA XPG SX7000 M.2 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive (ASX7000NP-512GT-C) + $15 Newegg Gift Card for $154.99. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71

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Hmm, $140 after gift card counted, it's like most SATA drives in this size today, but NVMe, with stated speeds 2-4x higher than SATA. Even if it's not the best NVMe it's still much better than same price SATA drives and you save at least $50-60 compared to some faster NVMe's, while you will never ever feel a difference in real life.
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Hmm, $140 after gift card counted, it's like most SATA drives in this size today, but NVMe, with stated speeds 2-4x higher than SATA. Even if it's not the best NVMe it's still much better than same price SATA drives and you save at least $50-60 compared to some faster NVMe's, while you will never ever feel a difference in real life.
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This looks like a good deal, what am I missing. Waiting for the ssd guys to chime in before I pull the trigger.
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don't forget 5yr wty!
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This is one of the slowest NVMe drives available due to the TLC 3D NAND, however; it is a great price for the performance (expect about 2-3x the speed of a std sata ssd).
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Don't like ADATA SSDs. Had 2 die on me already and SSDs shouldnt die like this unless it's the OCZ crap. Both were mSata drives so similar to m.2 so no confidence in this either.
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Don't like ADATA SSDs. Had 2 die on me already and SSDs shouldnt die like this unless it's the OCZ crap. Both were mSata drives so similar to m.2 so no confidence in this either.
OCZ was crap indeed, half of their old-days SSDs I had died but were promptly replaced with updated ones that work till these days.

But as for ADATA - they were never on top of the performance but were really reliable for me. I have used literally hundreds of them with a first one from 2012 (120GB S510) and not a single one gave me any troubles. I have used only SATA and M.2
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don't forget 5yr wty!
Newegg says 3 year warranty for ADATA
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Newbie here: what does ATTO and CDM (QD32) means?

Max seq Read up to 1750 MBps (ATTO),
Up to 1800 MBps CDM (QD32)

Max Sequential Write Up to 860 MBps (ATTO), Up to 850 MBps CDM (QD32)
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But as for ADATA - they were never on top of the performance but were really reliable for me. I have used literally hundreds of them with a first one from 2012 (120GB S510) and not a single one gave me any troubles. I have used only SATA and M.2
Same - ADATA is all my boss buys for our SSDs, and we've only had 1-2 go corrupt on us out of maybe 100.
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This is a legit price. Excellent deal for NVMe. Like the others said, just because it isn't as fast as a $300 960 Pro does not mean that it sucks.
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I'm holding out for a 1TB PCIe MVMe drive at that price. May have to wait a while.
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Kind of tempting to get 2 to do raid, but then I realize that 1TB SATA cost still less.
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here is the data sheet for anyone interested. pretty solid drive for the price

http://www.adata.com/upload/downl...170519.pdf
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