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ADATA via Rakuten has 256GB XPG SX8000 M.2 PCIE NVMe MLC Solid State Drive SSD (ASX8000NPC-256GM-C) on sale for $89.99 - $14 w/ coupon code AD14 = $75.99. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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I bought the SX7000, it's a POS. it intermittently craps out. Right now my motherboard can't see it at all.
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had it had the same problem. ADATA gave me a hard time about returning it. finally rakuten made them. Bought a Samsung 960 and im good to go now
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Thanks, looks good, got one
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I believe bates website also has 4% CB.
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I bought the SX7000, it's a POS. it intermittently craps out. Right now my motherboard can't see it at all.
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I bought the SX7000, it's a POS. it intermittently craps out. Right now my motherboard can't see it at all.
had it had the same problem. ADATA gave me a hard time about returning it. finally rakuten made them. Bought a Samsung 960 and im good to go now
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Bought. Thanks. My sx7000 runs just fine.
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I bought the SX7000, it's a POS. it intermittently craps out. Right now my motherboard can't see it at all.
Did you use it heavily? I have the same drive and it's working just fine, but I don't transfer huge amounts of data to/from it. I wonder if it's a heat issue if stressed enough, because I think I remember them selling heat sinks separately. I do not use a heat sink, though...
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These things heat up like crazy
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Coupon still working for you guys? Giving me fits
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Bought. Thanks. My sx7000 runs just fine.
My SX7000 is also running fine. Had it for 2 months now and I hope it lasts 34 months more at a minimum.
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ApplauseApplauseSX7000 on linux 6 weeks running great Wink
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I think part of the problem with the cheaper nvme drives is cooling. The controllers get too hot way to fast and start blowing components. Gamersnexus has shown that the decorative heatspreaders don't actually do anything.
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I think part of the problem with the cheaper nvme drives is cooling. The controllers get too hot way to fast and start blowing components. Gamersnexus has shown that the decorative heatspreaders don't actually do anything.
I have the exact same model but the 512GB version. Never overheats from my use cases depsite being right next to a GPU in a mini-ITX case. Great SSD for most users and definitely fast enough. However if you're a professional user I'd still recommend a 960 Pro from Samsung as no other NVMe has come close.
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Looking for for a new one right now because this exact model keeps crashing.
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