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Adata XPG SX6000 512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe Internal SSD Newegg $97.99

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Adata XPG SX6000 512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe Internal SSD $97.99

High speed PCIe Gen3x2 interface: ATTO R/W speed up to 1000/800 MB/s
NVMe 1.2 Certified
Intelligent SLC Caching and DRAM Cache Buffer
Includes DIY XPG heatsink
Compact M.2 2280 form factor

Warranty: 5 years (Newegg states 3 but per manufacturer website, it is 5)

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How about this? Looks so cheap.
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How is this compared to the Samsung ones?
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Those reviews on newegg are SCARY
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This has half the speed compare to Samsung. R/W speed up to 1000/800 MB/s.
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Bought this for $40 more about 6 months ago. Works ok as the main OS drive, boots slower than my 6 year old corsair force gt, which is disappointing.
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Bought this for $40 more about 6 months ago. Works ok as the main OS drive, boots slower than my 6 year old corsair force gt, which is disappointing.
Most of PCIe NVMe drives boot slower than normal SATA 3 drives as the mainboard BIOS has to do more steps to check before booting the system. That's why you may suffer from the slow boot. Some BIOS have the option to skip the checking thing.
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Don't bother with this ssd. ADATA has a newer one (XPG SX8200) that is much better and was recently on sale for about same price.

https://slickdeals.net/f/11727311-adata-xpg-sx8200-480gb-nvme-ssd-99-45-free-shipping
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Don't bother with this ssd. ADATA has a newer one (XPG SX8200) that is much better and was recently on sale for about same price.

https://slickdeals.net/f/11727311-adata-xpg-sx8200-480gb-nvme-ssd-99-45-free-shipping
Agree. SX8200 is much better and now ranks very decent in nvme pcie ssd. The previous post of SX8200 has links to two testing reviews.
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Putting this in my Beelink S2 Mini-PC! https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/t/11734799
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This would be faster than any SATA SSD and slower than a new PCIe Gen3x4 SSD. So why did I buy one last year? Because for the same price as a standard SATA SSD at the time, I was able to install it into a Z97 motherboard that had an m2 slot that supported Gen2x2 MAX so I was able to take advantage of 10 vs 6 Gb/s. Did it benchmark higher than any SATA SSD I own? Yes. Could I tell the difference in day to day use? Not really.... I did just get in on the last SX8200 480GB deal and have now installed that drive in a PCIE adapter using Gen3x4 and I can feel that it is a quicker drive, but it really is just diminishing returns the faster you go... Nothing ground breaking for most tasks.
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Set a deal alert for the SX8200. I can go $130 with tax.
Rakuten was $100 straight out, but that deal is long gone.
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The 8200 was just this price a week ago and i think its much better. Waiting for that one again
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This has half the speed compare to Samsung. R/W speed up to 1000/800 MB/s.
Your point??? This is half the price compared to Samsung.
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Help me put this in perspective. Is this faster than the Samsung 2.5" 860 Evo SSD that just got posted?
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