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ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro PCIe M.2 1TB SSD : $118.99 AC + FS

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Good for switch?
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Good for switch?
Yes, but space might be an issue.
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Yes, but space might be an issue.
Nothing a little Velcro and Scotch tape can't fix
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Any opinions on which to go with vs ADATA SX8200, Sabrent Rocket, or MyDigitalSSD BPX Pro?
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unless you're doing heavy file xfers or encoding, whichever has the lowest price per gigabyte.
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Any opinions on which to go with vs ADATA SX8200, Sabrent Rocket, or MyDigitalSSD BPX Pro?
From what I know the ADATA has Silicon Motion controller with Micron chips whereas Sabrent Rocket and MyDigitalSSD are most likely using the common Phison E12 controller with Toshiba chips.
Can't go wrong with either since they're both similar in performance but I'd go with the SX8200 as the safer bet just because it's a well known brand unless you can't spare the extra $5-10 or something.
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price has dipped below 115$ with pcie gen 4 getting better in 2020 i imagine will be below 100$ soon
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