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ADATA via Newegg has 240GB ADATA XPG SX8200 PCIe NVMe Gen3x4 M.2 2280 Solid State Drive (ASX8200NP-240GT-C) for $49.99. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71
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recently bought the 480gb version from rakuten for $76 after coupon, tax free. good drive.
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The larger capacity drive is here for about $80

https://www.rakuten.com/shop/adat...s_widget_1
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recently bought the 480gb version from rakuten for $76 after coupon, tax free. good drive.
Just beat me to it! lol
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recently bought the 480gb version from rakuten for $76 after coupon, tax free. good drive.

How recent? How do you know it's a good drive with not much experience with it? I bought the Adata SP550 480GB and that drive after a few months started showing more errors, many even unrecoverable, than my other (Samsung, Crucial , Corsair drives in the same system).
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How recent? How do you know it's a good drive with not much experience with it? I bought the Adata SP550 480GB and that drive after a few months started showing more errors, many even unrecoverable, than my other (Samsung, Crucial , Corsair drives in the same system).
set it up last week. can't speak for reliability but it's as fast as advertised and no issues yet. I'm using it as a boot drive and plan to mirror all important files to HDD.
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Having this for about 1 year now. Fast drive, reliable, and cheaper than Samsung.
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Got this about a month ago to put in the secondary laptop. Works great. I did run into a problem with the Dell though....

If I used the Dell tool to get the Windows image to reinstall Win10, it would apply the wrong driver for the storage controller and drive. I've been a systems admin for years and for the life of me couldn't get it to take the right driver.

However using Microsoft's tool to get a Win10 image, it all went fine. So maybe that'll help someone out there.
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Can't read my s.m.a.r.t data after a month of usage. Drive works fine though. For $50, it's decent.
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Are this faster than the conventional 2.5 SSD my HP elite book came with a 2.5 ssd but I noticed that has the slot for this, do you guys recommend to move the OS and keep storage on 2.5 SSD?
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The larger capacity drive is here for about $80

https://www.rakuten.com/shop/adat...s_widget_1
Does it hold more than 10 rounds?
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Hi

If you werr more concerned with the safety of your data over speed would u buy this?
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FWIW, Tom's Hardware cites this drive as their best overall drive. I mean, technically they say its the S11, but the S11 is (if you read their review) just this drive with a heatsink (which is apparently included in this purchase). In other words, This is a sale for the S11, with maybe (its unclear to me if the heatsink comes attached or not) some (very light) assembly required.
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