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ADATA XPG SX7000 256GB M.2 PCIe NVMe TLC Internal SSD w/Heatsink $74 @Newegg

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Is this the same durability or quality as their 2.5 SSDs? Because their 2.5s are pretty terrible
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Is this the same durability or quality as their 2.5 SSDs? Because their 2.5s are pretty terrible
1800/850 speeds will be faster than a sata SSD because the nvme PCIE lanes, but it's no Samsung 960 pro (3500/2100) or 960 Evo (3200/1900)
Basicly quoted speeds seem Inline with the price, assuming it's actually nvme and not a sata m.2, and also assuming the quoted speeds are what they really are.
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1800/850 speeds will be faster than a sata SSD because the nvme PCIE lanes, but it's no Samsung 960 pro (3500/2100) or 960 Evo (3200/1900)
Basicly quoted speeds seem Inline with the price, assuming it's actually nvme and not a sata m.2, and also assuming the quoted speeds are what they really are.
That's not what I meant
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That's not what I meant
"durability" like it didn't last ?
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"durability" like it didn't last ?
Durability, like not performance characteristics.

"Durability is the ability of a physical product to remain functional, without requiring excessive maintenance or repair, when faced with the challenges of normal operation over its design lifetime." - Wikipedia
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Is this the same durability or quality as their 2.5 SSDs? Because their 2.5s are pretty terrible
Durability in ssd case is time before memory/storage cells beyond recycled/rewritable. I know what you meant. This model is worse than the previous deal sx8000 from rakuten. This model sx7000 made of TLC less durable than the other and the speed of read/write slower and only $2 cheaper than previous deal. So this is not worthy to spend your hard earn money.
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Still waiting for my m.2 480gb for $100, refusing to upgrade from my 2.5 120gb Kingston before then.
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Is this the same durability or quality as their 2.5 SSDs? Because their 2.5s are pretty terrible
5yr wty and 160 TBW
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