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ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive: 512GB $62, 1TB

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ADATA via Rakuten has select ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive on sale listed below when you apply coupon code ADA15 at checkout. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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  • 1TB (ASX8200PNP-1TT-C) $118.99
  • 512GB (ASX8200PNP-512GT-C) $62.04
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At the time of this posting, our research indicates that this 1TB ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive (ASX8200PNP-1TT-C) is $31 lower (~21% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $149.99 and 512GB ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive (ASX8200PNP-512GT-C) is $14 lower (~18% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $75.99. -johnny_miller

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Available in two variants:
  1. XPG SX8200 PCIe 1TB SSD [rakuten.com] is $118.99.
  2. XPG SX8200 Pro PCIe 512GB SSD [rakuten.com] is $62.04.
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looks like OP simply copied the title from Rakuten and the seller is ADATA themselves.....also NVMe's are attached via PCIe bus (4 lanes hence PCIeX4)
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These are not PCIe drives. You should call it a M.2 drive or NVMe drive.
looks like OP simply copied the title from Rakuten and the seller is ADATA themselves.....also NVMe's are attached via PCIe bus (4 lanes hence PCIeX4)
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looks like OP simply copied the title from Rakuten and the seller is ADATA themselves.....also NVMe's are attached via PCIe bus (4 lanes hence PCIeX4)
i think PCI-E drive is normally meant for a particular type of drive that plug directly to PCI-E slots. just like MLC is normally meant for double layer per cell (even though M mean multiples and can certainly be anything from two to a million)

https://www.amazon.com/Computer-I...=pc&sr=1-8

granted, they all are NVMe protocols on top of the PCI-E lanes.
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This is similar to HP ex950, a marginally better drive than 8200/ex920. Now while not an amazing deal, this is a good price. Now if Rakuten puts up their usual %15 off sitewide soon, it will be a sweet deal
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It's physically very hot. I will suggest to apply a better heat sink on it.
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These are not PCIe drives. You should call it a M.2 drive or NVMe drive.
m.2 is a slot, hard drives are one of the options (most common) you can install in them. The m.2 drive technology is either SATA or PCIe. Newer motherboards support both technologies, a lot of older motherboards only support SATA m.2 drives.

I agree, putting "m.2 PCIe NVMe gen 3 x4" or similar would've been better, really any 3/combination of those instead of solely PCIe would've been better but the title didn't confused me. I can see how it'd be confusing to some since there's hard drives that use a physical PCIe slot.
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This is an excellent drive an alternative to 970 pro. These are TLC with micron chip 3500/3000 speed
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It is super hot. I bought it on last amazon deal and returned it when item was not working one day after. Luckily I haven't put so many data yet.
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Too many deals on nvme, is this better than the inland deal on the amazon Im am overwhelm on data on which has better hardware are they both equal of 970 evo?
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This is an excellent drive an alternative to 970 pro. These are TLC with micron chip 3500/3000 speed
PRO? You mean EVO, but it's great drive regardless. There is no point of buying Samsung EVOs in 2019. Competition has caught up. For servers, I would still use Samsung PRO SSDs.
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I bought the 1 TB drive 3 months ago and haven't had any issues.
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Just a heads up that the 512gb heat sink version of this drive (the Gammix s11 pro) was just on Amazons lightning deal for $57 pre-tax yesterday. This isn't a bad deal, but you'll probably do better if you wait (maybe for prime day, for example)
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It looks like the sx8200 non-pro model has slightly better write speeds and sustained right speed also. If so is the pro inferior? I mean the major challenge with flash memory are write speeds correct?

https://ssd.userbenchmark.com/Com...5vsm480586
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