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ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB NVMe SSD - $129 (After Coupon) + Tax. Amazon Prime shipping.

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Was looking into NVMe SSD performance benchmarks and was surprised to find this one is fairly comparable to a Samsung Evo Plus but $100 cheaper.

Regularly $149. $129 (plus tax where applicable) when applying a $20 off coupon. Free Prime Ship

For those waiting on PCIe 4.0 SSDs, interesting article here with benchmarks:
https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...,6173.html
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Decent price mates. I wanna build an all flash server so im only waiting to get 1TB at roughly $75 a pop
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I got the 512gb from Amazon for $65. It was $3 cheaper on Rakuten but this one is prime.
Anyway not a bad drive but maynot be a wise choice for certain applications. Check out Anand's review:
https://www.anandtech.com/show/13...s-hp-ex950
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I got the 512gb from Amazon for $65. It was $3 cheaper on Rakuten but this one is prime.
Anyway not a bad drive but for maynot be a wise choice for certain applications. Check out Anand's review:
https://www.anandtech.com/show/13...s-hp-ex950
Maybe it's been a long day and my brain is failing me, but I failed to find anything in that review that clarifies what "certain applications" this drive may not be a "wise choice" for. Was your statement independent of the review link, or am I missing something?
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Maybe it's been a long day and my brain is failing me, but I failed to find anything in that review that clarifies what "certain applications" this drive may not be a "wise choice" for. Was your statement independent of the review link, or am I missing something?
I didn't pay too much attention, but from what I understand, keeping the drive full to near capacity, and having heavy sustained writes over several gbs
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Why buy the Adata over the Corsair MP510? Both are Phison E12.at the same $120 price tag.
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