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Any better than ADATA XPG SX8200 PCIe NVMe Gen3x4 M.2 2280 240GB SSD (ASX8200NP-240GT-C) w/ Black XPG Heatsink?

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...DF17442121

By specs I would say no...
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Any better than ADATA XPG SX8200 PCIe NVMe Gen3x4 M.2 2280 240GB SSD (ASX8200NP-240GT-C) w/ Black XPG Heatsink?

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...DF17442121 [newegg.com]

By specs I would say no...
The ADATA XPG SX8200 is a better SSD by every means.
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I'd prefer the Adata / XPG. It's a more reputable brand, and has been verified compatible with a range of devices. Including Q-nap.

https://slickdeals.net/f/12403519-xpg-sx8200-pcie-nvme-gen3x4-m-2-2280-240gb-ssd-asx8200np-240gt-c-w-black-xpg-heatsink-49-99
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I'd prefer the Adata / XPG. It's a more reputable brand, and has been verified compatible with a range of devices. Including Q-nap.

https://slickdeals.net/f/12403519-xpg-sx8200-pcie-nvme-gen3x4-m-2-2280-240gb-ssd-asx8200np-240gt-c-w-black-xpg-heatsink-49-99
That is a wrong way of preferring. MyDigitalSSD is also very reliable and they are in the business for a very long time. The real reason I would go with SX8200 from Adata is that is a faster and better drive.
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What I found was that at 50 USD price mark, there is no other M.2 SSD that would be close performance wise to ADATA in this deal.
It has much larger buffer than any other 256 GB.

Thanks guys for confirming.
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New build, and thinking about upgrading my 500 GB SATA SSD. How's this one compare [newegg.com] (larger than the one in the OP's post).
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New build, and thinking about upgrading my 500 GB SATA SSD. How's this one compare [newegg.com] (larger than the one in the OP's post).
the HP 920 series is one of the best out there. slightly better than the one featured in the OP. in real world application the difference probably won't be noticeable. you might be able to get the HP one for 79.99. it has been dipping to that price. but at 90, it's still a great deal.
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the HP 920 series is one of the best out there. slightly better than the one featured in the OP. in real world application the difference probably won't be noticeable. you might be able to get the HP one for 79.99. it has been dipping to that price. but at 90, it's still a great deal.
What I want to know is... Why my HP EliteDesk 705 G4 Mini that came with nVME drive has a Western Digital drive instead of HPs own brand nVME solution? And why in the hell did it come with a Dell branded PSU? I'm just confused here that's all.
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What I want to know is... Why my HP EliteDesk 705 G4 Mini that came with nVME drive has a Western Digital drive instead of HPs own brand nVME solution? And why in the hell did it come with a Dell branded PSU? I'm just confused here that's all.
Surprising is that Dell's laptop charger fits into a HP Pro Laptop dock and lights up but won't charge the laptop lol.

Threw me in for a loop when we got those, no idea why they shipped a dell charger.
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What I want to know is... Why my HP EliteDesk 705 G4 Mini that came with nVME drive has a Western Digital drive instead of HPs own brand nVME solution? And why in the hell did it come with a Dell branded PSU? I'm just confused here that's all.
probably cost. but I'm not the person to ask, i don't do SI for HP.
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