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512GB ADATA XPG SX7000 M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD + $10 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) + $10 Newegg Gift Card for $149.99. Shipping is free. Thanks elsee

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Similar offer to a recent Frontpage deal that had this SSD for $155 + $15 GC. -johnny_miller

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Basically matches a previous front page deal which was $155 with a $15 gift card.

Promotional gift card will automatically be added to card and will be emailed out 4 days after invoice.
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...gnorebbr=1


Refer to previous deal for more details - https://slickdeals.net/f/11022995-adata-xpg-sx7000-m-2-2280-512gb-3d-nand-pcie-nvme-gen3x4-ssd-15gc-155?src=SiteSearch

  • PCIe Gen3x4 interface: R/W speed up to 1800/850MB/s
  • NVMe 1.2 Certified
  • Intelligent SLC Caching and DRAM Cache Buffer
  • 3D NAND TLC
  • Compact M.2 2280 form factor
  • 5 years Warranty
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do people actually see any (videogame) load time improvements between one of these and 2.5" sata ssd?
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this is on the lower end of an NVME drive. but comparing a fast sata with a fast nvme in load times, be it video games or not then yes there is a noticeable difference but those differences are in seconds and thats worth to some not so much to others. Realistically I feel like if you're going for a fast nvme over all the other options in the market , you're doing it because you're building a high end machine and not only because of those seconds you are saving. This drive however is priced as a sata which makes it a no brainer if you are already in the market for a cheap(er) sata m.2
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Price is so attempting for this storage and connecting port
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$50 more for double the speed for the student discount samsung
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do people actually see any (videogame) load time improvements between one of these and 2.5" sata ssd?
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I checked amazon for their pricing and they are selling this exact SSD for $172.16.

$150 with a $10 promo gift card is a pretty darn good deal!
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$50 more for double the speed for the student discount samsung
I wish I had access to that. On a side note how good is this brand for a SSD
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do people actually see any (videogame) load time improvements between one of these and 2.5" sata ssd?
Asking the real questions. I'd like to know also
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I wish I had access to that. On a side note how good is this brand for a SSD
I wish I still had my son's account info for that deal, too.

As far as how good it is, I just took a look at the thread for the previous deal on this drive linked in the OP's post:
It looks to me like it's an okay deal. Not the fastest, but still pretty good. I jumped on it. I've never had an NVME drive, and I've been wanting to get a 500GB one for my wife's Acer Nitro 5 laptop. At this price/performance point, I think it fits the bill. Smilie
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i didnt see any big difference between this and Samsung 850 Evo SSD. Though benchmark of this drive is three times more in the sequential read. I played GTA 5.
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do people actually see any (videogame) load time improvements between one of these and 2.5" sata ssd?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIXSSOzyLbs
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do people actually see any (videogame) load time improvements between one of these and 2.5" sata ssd?

Nope. The bottleneck is not drive speed at that point.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIXSSOzyLbs
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details please
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This or a Samsung 960 Evo 256gb for around the same price? To replace the 128 sata in my new Dell XPS 13.
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do people actually see any (videogame) load time improvements between one of these and 2.5" sata ssd?
this is on the lower end of an NVME drive. but comparing a fast sata with a fast nvme in load times, be it video games or not then yes there is a noticeable difference but those differences are in seconds and thats worth to some not so much to others. Realistically I feel like if you're going for a fast nvme over all the other options in the market , you're doing it because you're building a high end machine and not only because of those seconds you are saving. This drive however is priced as a sata which makes it a no brainer if you are already in the market for a cheap(er) sata m.2
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