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ADATA via Rakuten has 512GB XPG SX6000 PCIe M.2 2280 Solid State Drive w/ XPG Heatsink (ASX6000NP-512GT-C) for $159.99 - 15% w/ coupon code SAVE15 = $135.99. Shipping is free. Thanks topcat2001

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ADATA via Rakuten [rakuten.com] has 512GB ADATA XPG SX6000 M.2 PCIe NVME Solid State Drive (ASX6000NP-512GT-C) on sale for $159.99 - $24 w/ coupon code SAVE15 = $135.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Topcat2001
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The 850 evo only comes in 500gb and is a sata drive. Significantly slower than the adata.

The 960 evo is 500gb nvme and noticeably faster than the adata bc of a better architecture and m.2 type.

The 960 pro is 512gb and slightly faster speed than 960 evo but 4-5x more reliable.

Since your question had parts of all three model names, I wasn't sure which one you were referring to. but the above should clear things up
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pcie3 x2 not x4 and runs hot so you may be better off with a top sata6 based ssd nod
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M.2 is a form factor. Has nothing to do with speed.
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pcie3 x2 not x4 and runs hot so you may be better off with a top sata6 based ssd nod
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waiting for sx7000
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Really good deal, almost SATA prices here.
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will wait on x4 deal.. X2 is the worst on laptop
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How do I compare Samsung EVO 850 512GB SSD with this?
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m2 are double the speed of SSD
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How do I compare Samsung EVO 850 512GB SSD with this?
The 850 evo only comes in 500gb and is a sata drive. Significantly slower than the adata.

The 960 evo is 500gb nvme and noticeably faster than the adata bc of a better architecture and m.2 type.

The 960 pro is 512gb and slightly faster speed than 960 evo but 4-5x more reliable.

Since your question had parts of all three model names, I wasn't sure which one you were referring to. but the above should clear things up
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The 850 evo only comes in 500gb and is a sata drive. Significantly slower than the adata.

The 960 evo is 500gb nvme and noticeably faster than the adata bc of a better architecture and m.2 type.

The 960 pro is 512gb and slightly faster speed than 960 evo but 4-5x more reliable.

Since your question had parts of all three model names, I wasn't sure which one you were referring to. but the above should clear things up
I guess 960 pro or EVO isn't cheaper that this one. Comparing speed and price, this should be the perfect one. Thanks for the details
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this one has significant lower speed than 960 evo. only half of the read write speed of evo
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Does it get hot on a desktop??
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rakuten.com down? Getting "Access Denied"
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m2 are double the speed of SSD
M.2 is a form factor. Has nothing to do with speed.
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