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ADATA via Rakuten has 512GB ADATA XPG SX7000 M.2 PCIe NVME Solid State Drive (ASX7000NP-512GT-C) on sale for $159.99 - $20 w/ coupon code AD1 = $139.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Discombobulated
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The compact M.2 2280 form factor means users can easily install the SX7000 in gaming notebooks and desktop PCs with no messy cables or dedicated power leads.

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Hmm.

https://www.anandtech.com/show/11...000-series

http://www.funkykit.com/reviews/s...-review/4/

Although it didn't reach the advertise speed of 1800MB (read)/850MB (write) … it did come pretty close. The disclaimer did say that the performance may vary, based on SSD capacity, host hardware and software, operating system, and other system variables. On average we got real-life read speeds of around 1370MB/sec with a write speed of around 825MB/sec.

One other thing I have to mention, and that's the temperature… during our stress tests, the Adata XPG SX7000 reached a high of 59 degrees Celsius. It may not seem high … but it's definitely hot to touch. So I guess this is where the heatspeader comes in handy!
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Good deal. Slightly better performance than Evo 850 and lower power consumption for a lower price from what I can see.
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why down vote?
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why down vote?
I wonder why too. This seems like a pretty good deal
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Only thing I can think of is that its on the lower side of the read/write speeds but still seems like a good deal..
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Good deal. Slightly better performance than Evo 850 and lower power consumption for a lower price from what I can see.
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BF BB Cyberpower worky?
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Could be useful as an external drive?
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I bought this the last time they went on sale. There are technically faster nvm's but this thing feels crazy fast in my system.
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Really want a 960 or RD400 but this price is tempting. Going to think about it too long and the deal will be gone haha
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Seq looks like double of the Evo 850.
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Hmm.

https://www.anandtech.com/show/11...000-series

http://www.funkykit.com/reviews/s...-review/4/

Although it didn't reach the advertise speed of 1800MB (read)/850MB (write) … it did come pretty close. The disclaimer did say that the performance may vary, based on SSD capacity, host hardware and software, operating system, and other system variables. On average we got real-life read speeds of around 1370MB/sec with a write speed of around 825MB/sec.

One other thing I have to mention, and that's the temperature… during our stress tests, the Adata XPG SX7000 reached a high of 59 degrees Celsius. It may not seem high … but it's definitely hot to touch. So I guess this is where the heatspeader comes in handy!
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I bought this from Newegg via the last deal and installed it in my XPS-13.

It's decent for the price. I get about 1.2GB/s read and 800MB/s write for sequential.

The XPS-13 has a hardware limitation of 1.8GB/s, so this drive is fine for my uses.

I have a 960 evo in my primary machine and that thing is blazing fast compared to this.. But a lot more expensive.

This nvme seems decent for laptops given that it runs cooler.
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Been looking for a decent nvme drive for my laptop. Ordered... Hoping it lives up to my expectations
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The read and writes are a little lower but two of these in RAID 0 on a supported dual m.2 slot motherboard and threadripper build would be pretty good I would think.
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