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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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Not as good as the 960 but a lot cheaper, nearly by half. 960 evo cheapest is 200 before taxes, and thats if you can find one available. Most if not all places are sold out.

If you're doing regular tasks, even intensive tasks, such as gaming or editing, you're really not going to notice much of a difference since they're both very fast drives. Only thing I can think of that makes this not so good compared to the samsung is the customer service and getting it replaced if you do run into any issues. I believe ADATA won't pay for shipping if you wanted to do a RMA, however it does come with a 5 year warranty.

Editted: Just looked for ADATA warranty experience and it is quite terrifying. A lot of people would not buy from ADATA again due to there really bad customer service and RMA process. I think I'd skip this deal and just pay extra for a sammy.
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120 when released last summer, what a sad state of affairs
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Although not as fast as Samsung 960 pro, this is less than half of the price
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Although not as fast as Samsung 960 pro, this is less than half of the price
I think that was 200
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Have 2, I've had no issues so far, temps stay below 40c. It's not the Samsung but for the day to day I think you would be hard pressed to notice the difference.
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nice deals on SSD. good to see them go down in prices. cant wait for the 1TB to hit ~200. i wish deals like those refurbs crucial comes back. looking for m.2 1tb
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I think it's the lowest I have seen for full PCI-e x4 NVMe drive so far. Plus some cash back, old points rolled in...
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Will this fit on a MacBook Pro if not can anybody made a recommendation for one with at least 256GB. I bought my macbook with 120GB and it's been telling me that I'm out of space.
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How does this compare to 960 Samsung ones??
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How does this compare to 960 Samsung ones??
Not as good as the 960 but a lot cheaper, nearly by half. 960 evo cheapest is 200 before taxes, and thats if you can find one available. Most if not all places are sold out.

If you're doing regular tasks, even intensive tasks, such as gaming or editing, you're really not going to notice much of a difference since they're both very fast drives. Only thing I can think of that makes this not so good compared to the samsung is the customer service and getting it replaced if you do run into any issues. I believe ADATA won't pay for shipping if you wanted to do a RMA, however it does come with a 5 year warranty.

Editted: Just looked for ADATA warranty experience and it is quite terrifying. A lot of people would not buy from ADATA again due to there really bad customer service and RMA process. I think I'd skip this deal and just pay extra for a sammy.
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Not as good as the 960 but a lot cheaper, nearly by half. 960 evo cheapest is 200 before taxes, and thats if you can find one available. Most if not all places are sold out.

If you're doing regular tasks, even intensive tasks, such as gaming or editing, you're really not going to notice much of a difference since they're both very fast drives. Only thing I can think of that makes this not so good compared to the samsung is the customer service and getting it replaced if you do run into any issues. I believe ADATA won't pay for shipping if you wanted to do a RMA, however it does come with a 5 year warranty.
interesting..I was looking for some benchmarks on this drive couldn't find any online but for the price it should be good.
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interesting..I was looking for some benchmarks on this drive couldn't find any online but for the price it should be good.
Just looked for ADATA warranty experience and it is quite terrifying. A lot of people would not buy from ADATA again due to there really bad customer service and RMA process. I think I'd skip this deal and just pay extra for a sammy.
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