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ADATA via Rakuten has 240GB ADATA Ultimate SU650 3D 2.5" SSD Solid State Drive (ASU650SS-240GT-C) on sale for $49.99 w/ coupon code AD010. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive
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ADATA via Rakuten.com [rakuten.com] has a SU650 2.5" 240GB SSD on sale for $59.99 - $10 = $49.99 after promo code. Use code AD010. Shipping is free. Must be logged in your Rakuten account to apply promo code.

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  • SATA III
  • 240GB
  • 2.5"
Comp Price:https://www.rakuten.com/shop/adat...S-240GT-C/
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I order a couple for 10 spare. Pcs so far 4/10 died.
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Ordered 1. Used as a NAS cache drive. Died within 2 weeks.

Contacted them to try to get a return not a RMA. No reply. Had to go through Rakuten. Absolutely would never ever buy again from ADATA. Look at the reviews on the Rakuten site. It is on spot about the reliability of the drive and customer service.
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Any idea about its reliability?
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Sucks
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Any idea about its reliability?
I order a couple for 10 spare. Pcs so far 4/10 died.
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I order a couple for 10 spare. Pcs so far 4/10 died.
oops, sorry to hear that. Bless you data are ok
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SU650 seems to be way worse than SU800.
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oops, sorry to hear that. Bless you data are ok
It's. OK it was for some spare. Computers at work... If. User doesn't back up to network drives its. Their problem so... Not my data
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I don't trust Adata solid state storage. I bought a thumbdrive that stopped working in less than a year. Oddly it works in one laptop. The USB ports are perfect in all my computers. Every other USB device works in every computer. It's not an odd lemon. It doesn't partially fail. It consistently fails to work in some computers but works in others.
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I remember when ssds this size were like $200 bucks. Boy have times changed.
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I remember when ssds this size were like $200 bucks. Boy have times changed.
Me too
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I remember when ssds this size were like $200 bucks. Boy have times changed.
Wouldn't be surprised if those outlast this new, cheap generation.
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Any idea about its reliability?
Ordered 1. Used as a NAS cache drive. Died within 2 weeks.

Contacted them to try to get a return not a RMA. No reply. Had to go through Rakuten. Absolutely would never ever buy again from ADATA. Look at the reviews on the Rakuten site. It is on spot about the reliability of the drive and customer service.
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I don't know if this is appropriate, but I received an email from newegg. Crucial MX500 500GB SSD with coupon code comes out to about $100 before tax.
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I don't trust Adata solid state storage. I bought a thumbdrive that stopped working in less than a year. Oddly it works in one laptop. The USB ports are perfect in all my computers. Every other USB device works in every computer. It's not an odd lemon. It doesn't partially fail. It consistently fails to work in some computers but works in others.
My experience is exactly the opposite. I have several ADATA USB 3.0 flash drives and they all work perfectly in the past few years with fast read speed. Meanwhile I have two Lexar USB drives died.
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