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ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro PCIE NVME GEN3X4 M.2 2280 1TB SSD (ASX8200PNP-1TT-C) W/ Black XPG Heatsink: $135.99 AC + FS

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ADATA via Rakuten.com [rakuten.com] has a XPG SX8200 Pro PCIE NVME GEN3X4 M.2 2280 1TB SSD (ASX8200PNP-1TT-C) W/ Black XPG Heatsink for $135.99. Use code ADA15.
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For whatever reason, this one runs well below expected speeds when used in an Overpowered 17+ but seems fine in other machines.
Overpowered 17+ has two PCLe slots one is 2 lanes and other is 4. Try using other one.
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Is the slot the original 256GB came in the 2?

I have the Adata in the slot next to the 256GB, and it is slow there.
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For whatever reason, this one runs well below expected speeds when used in an Overpowered 17+ but seems fine in other machines.
I have this one, as system drive, and a 1TB MX500 as the 2.5" SSD. 8th gen I7, and partitioned to a 250GB and whats left in the other. Boots up to log in screen in 8 seconds. Transfers between it's partitions at ~970MB/s, and to the MX500 at ~450MB/s. Never liked Adata flash drives or SD Cards, but took a chance on this and am pretty dang happy.
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Overpowered 17+ has two PCLe slots one is 2 lanes and other is 4. Try using other one.
I thought I had read in the notebookforum thread that that was a typo in the description /manual, and that both were 4 lanes.
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This SSD is pretty much identical to the HP EX950 NVME SSD. Both benchmarked at the exact same performance except for power efficiency. They both use identical NAND Flash and Controllers.
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I have an AData SP550 480GB m.2 SSD setting on my desk that needs replacement. It is in warranty, but shipping to Taiwan [EDIT: Adata provided an RMA with address in CA ] most likely not worth it judging by the number of people with poor reviews of the SP550 m.2 SSD. https://www.amazon.com/ADATA-Prem...merReviews

My point being is that AData had a chance of having me as a customer, but lost it with a bad product. I'm not going to take a chance again with yet another Adata SSD.
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Crap a week ago I paid 159.99 on Amazon btw performs very well not like a Samsung 970 tho but its pretty good in the price range better than the 660p and others cheaper ones
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I thought I had read in the notebookforum thread that that was a typo in the description /manual, and that both were 4 lanes.
Thats what i thought but then bob the trader even said in his video 1 only have 2 lanes.
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Thats what i thought but then bob the trader even said in his video 1 only have 2 lanes.
here'swhere they started questioning the 2X later in the thread.... [notebookreview.com]
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Code expired?
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Code expired?
It's dead.
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I have an AData SP550 480GB m.2 SSD setting on my desk that needs replacement. It is in warranty, but shipping to Taiwan [EDIT: Adata provided an RMA with address in CA ] most likely not worth it judging by the number of people with poor reviews of the SP550 m.2 SSD. https://www.amazon.com/ADATA-Prem...merReviews

My point being is that AData had a chance of having me as a customer, but lost it with a bad product. I'm not going to take a chance again with yet another Adata SSD.

I will quote myself and give an update. As I stated, Adata provided an US address for the return/RMA. Since the SP550 was discontinued, they replaced it with a SU800 with 512GB capacity vs the 480GB of the SP550. While annoying that the SP550 has such a high failure rate, I'm pleased with their service. I will still consider buying from them now.
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