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ADATA SU635 960GB 3D-NAND QLC SATA 2.5 inch Internal SSD (ASU635SS-960GQ-R)

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Are these drives any good though? Heard the su800 is better. Not a bad price though.
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Thanks. I've been wary of QLC SSD drives but am willing to give it a go at this price.
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Good price, but for 15$ more or so you could get yourself a much better SSD...
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I'd stay away from this SU635 series. I'd easily argue it's worth spending the $8 extra dollars for the SU800 series. (1TB for $80 the other day)
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What's the difference with this new version and whatever the old one was?
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I'd stay away from this SU635 series. I'd easily argue it's worth spending the $8 extra dollars for the SU800 series. (1TB for $80 the other day)
At Amazon or Rakuten?
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Are these drives any good though? Heard the su800 is better. Not a bad price though.
I literally just bought the 1TB SU800.

Ugh, I would have picked this up for sure. Hopefully I made the better choice.
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I literally just bought the 1TB SU800.

Ugh, I would have picked this up for sure. Hopefully I made the better choice.
Yeah thinking about building out an all flash server/nas. I was pricing out some 1TB ssd's and the lowest i got was the inland professional microcenter garbage for $87 bucks a drive. So at $80 bucks a 1TB for the adata su800, its a way better deal for 1TB
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For the most part anymore an SSD is an SSD.if you're just looking for a faster boot speeds and games will be just fine with any of them.if you're transferring a large files from in the computer to in the computer I mean sometimes you can gain some speed but it's just doesn't matter for the majority.
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Yeah thinking about building out an all flash server/nas. I was pricing out some 1TB ssd's and the lowest i got was the inland professional microcenter garbage for $87 bucks a drive. So at $80 bucks a 1TB for the adata su800, its a way better deal for 1TB
Any reason why you're using SSD's for a NAS? I've never had a NAS myself but as far as I know HDD is the most economical option.
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I picked 10 tb from bestbuy during the last bf sale for under 160.. used two to replace my 5tb nas
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bought this when it was 120 bucks and I thought that was a good deal! had it for over a year, no issues would buy again
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I guess deal is gone

edit- oh whoops it was a lightning deal
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Need an M.2, any good deals lately.
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