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1TB ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive EXPIRED

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ADATA via Rakuten has 1TB ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive (ASX8200PNP-1TT-C) on sale for $127.49 when you apply coupon code ADA15 during checkout. Shipping is free. Thanks schows

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This has been front page recently for 135.99 and I bought it at that. Looks like it is now 127.49 with promo code ADA15!

Been using it for ~2 weeks now and definitely noticed an improvement in loading times versus my old sata SSD (crucial MX500). Nice that it comes with a heat sink too.

https://www.rakuten.com/shop/adat...0PNP-1TT-C
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Ordering from Rakuten for international customers to a US address is a pain in the back. It rejected my first two attempts of using an international card that works perfectly well on Amazon and BandH photo. Third time I tried a US bank issued credit card and it still got cancelled. Will pay 10 bucks more and buy it from Newegg.

Please let me know if there are any other sites where the 8200 is on sale and one can use international cards
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I have the quarter and the half TB version of this drive and both have been very solid and both benchmark very well.
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switch use mirco sd card right?
Yep.
SSDs are for storage on PCs.
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How's the battery drain on a MacBook Pro?
Won't work out of the box for you, but idle power consumption is pretty high.
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switch use mirco sd card right?
New product idea: SD slot to SSD converter. You'd probably max out the physical speed limitation of the SD slot but it should be faster than SD still right?. Maybe not portable anymore...
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I am using a 480GB version of it in my NAS as a cache drive for the past one year or so. One thing I like about this drive over 970 EVO is it runs cooler than EVO by 10-15C. TB for $130 is a total steal! I paid for mine $95 when it was on sale through Rakuten ADATA store.
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I've never purchased from Rakuten. I hear mixed this, 50/50. Not sure if I trust the place. Any pros and cons with Rakuten, or better off waiting for the chance for Amazon, Newegg, or BH to possibly have this sale?

I'm looking in this price range at either the 8200pro, 2TB MP510 (wish the adata came in 2TB),
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I am using a 480GB version of it in my NAS as a cache drive for the past one year or so. One thing I like about this drive over 970 EVO is it runs cooler than EVO by 10-15C. TB for $130 is a total steal! I paid for mine $95 when it was on sale through Rakuten ADATA store.
as far as im awared 480GB is regular SX8200, the "Pro" version only comes in 512GB and up. Pro is even faster.
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I've never purchased from Rakuten. I hear mixed this, 50/50. Not sure if I trust the place. Any pros and cons with Rakuten, or better off waiting for the chance for Amazon, Newegg, or BH to possibly have this sale?

I'm looking in this price range at either the 8200pro, 2TB MP510 (wish the adata came in 2TB),
bought their couple times. Come quickly and legit, satisfied customer here. Bought 32GB ram on last BF. Just bought 2 pack of scissors in FP form them and came already.

P/S: bought this one also, i think its good deal.
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as far as im awared 480GB is regular SX8200, the "Pro" version only comes in 512GB and up. Pro is even faster.
I noticed this is for the Pro version. Pro is supposed to be faster*, but if you only buy the largest capacity. 1TB variant comes with the largest SLC caching, hence the faster speeds. Great deal nonetheless!
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I've never purchased from Rakuten. I hear mixed this, 50/50. Not sure if I trust the place. Any pros and cons with Rakuten, or better off waiting for the chance for Amazon, Newegg, or BH to possibly have this sale?

I'm looking in this price range at either the 8200pro, 2TB MP510 (wish the adata came in 2TB),
Amazon has it for 149.99 with a 10% coupon, so if you prefer you could pay the extra 7.50 and get it from them @ 135.
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This is super tempting. I need more storage space in my Macbook Air and have read that this drive (among several others ou tthere), and an NGFF-NVME adapter, will work in place of the stock drive. Aren't the 1TB drives normally closer to $150+?
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Ordered this from Rakuten and memory from Amazon on the 25th. Memory got here on the 26th and Rakuten's website still shows this as "preparing shipment" on the 28th. Should have spent the extra $7 to order both through Amazon.
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Regarding Rakuten and ADATA, I was skeptical because of the whole "bad vibe" of Rakuten (used to be Buy.com). Keep in mind that they are just the "broker" for deals like this such as from AData. I decided to risk it and bought a 2TB SSD from AData last week; it showed up quickly (2 days I think), from postal service, no problems. Note that it says "signature is required" because I think they have had problems with people falsely claiming they never got their drives. I did have to sign for mine. Anyway I would recommend buying these deals from AData via Rakuten, even though at first i wasn't sure. (plus you get some sort of Rakuten bucks which you can apply to future purchase.)
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Can this work as internal drive for super nes?
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