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Benchmarks put the ADATA XPG with higher write speeds, but user reviews say that only applies to specific benchmark loads and that it's the same as other decent TLC drives, like the HP EX920 in real-world usage.

In short, they should be about the same. HP just posts realistic performance speeds...at least that's what I could find.
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bought thanks
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Are there any major differences between HP and this ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro for $124?
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Are there any major differences between HP and this ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro for $124?
Benchmarks put the ADATA XPG with higher write speeds, but user reviews say that only applies to specific benchmark loads and that it's the same as other decent TLC drives, like the HP EX920 in real-world usage.

In short, they should be about the same. HP just posts realistic performance speeds...at least that's what I could find.
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Are there any major differences between HP and this ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro for $124?
If you read through this review by anandtech: https://www.anandtech.com/show/13...p-ex950/10

They actually think the old versions were better (i.e. the sx8200 non pro and the ex920). I bought the sx8200 pro a couple of weeks ago when the deal popped up but if I were in your situation I would definitely buy the ex920 for cheaper. That being said I love the sx8200 pro so far, and have not encountered the slow downs as the drive is still less than half full.

Only benefit of the sx8200 pro is the included heat sink.
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Thanks everyone! Looks like no major differences but adata has 5 year warranty, so worth paying a small premium i think.
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Are there any major differences between HP and this ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro for $124?
They are so similar that discussing the differences is pointless. The same controller, the same TLC NAND etc. But speaking of pointless, sx8200 reserves for more cache which results in slightly higher write speeds so there is a little trade-off for slight speed increase at the cost of slight reduction in space. I did here, but not even worth mentioning as you can't probably get any two other brand of ssds as close as these together.
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They are so similar that discussing the differences is pointless. The same controller, the same TLC NAND etc. But speaking of pointless, sx8200 reserves for more cache which results in slightly higher write speeds so there is a little trade-off for slight speed increase at the cost of slight reduction in space. I did here, but not even worth mentioning as you can't probably get any two other brand of ssds as close as these together.
Not quite same. SX8200 regular is as you described. SX8200 Pro is a benchmark-optimized, newer version that has higher bandwidth under ideal conditions, but as a tradeoff performs MUCH worse at the other extreme.
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Not quite same. SX8200 regular is as you described. SX8200 Pro is a benchmark-optimized, newer version that has higher bandwidth under ideal conditions, but as a tradeoff performs MUCH worse at the other extreme.
Who cares about benchmarks though? Most people will never be using anything to the degree that benchmarks put x hardware though x test. Most people aren't going to have x thing in ideal conditions either, lol.
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How does this compare to the Sabrant 1 TB on sale at Amazon for $113.65? Close in price though I think the Sabrant has a longer warranty (5 years vs. 3) and faster write speed (3000 vs. 1800?)? In a laptop do they have similar power usage?
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Is this EX920 the same as what Newegg was selling? People were saying those didn't have any support from HP..
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I recently bought one and have the temperature bug in it. But some users have tested the temperatures under heat gun and it never goes beyond 70.so it's fine for me. There are workarounds using 660p firmware. But I haven't done anything and it works fine.
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worked for me.. thanks
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