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1TB XPG SX8100 3D NAND NVMe Gen3x4 PCIe M.2 2280 SSD + $20 Newegg eGC EXPIRED

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ADATA Technology (USA) CO., Ltd via Newegg has 1TB XPG SX8100 3D NAND NVMe Gen3x4 PCIe M.2 2280 Solid State Drive (ASX8100NP-1TT-C) + $20 Newegg e-Gift Card on sale for $129.99. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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  • Ultra-fast PCIe Gen3x4 interface
  • R/W speed up to 3500/3000 MB/s
  • NVMe 1.3 support
  • Advanced LDPC ECC Technology
  • SLC Caching and DRAM cache buffer
  • AES 256-bit encryption support
  • Compact M.2 2280 form factor - ideal for gaming and high-end desktops
  • 3D NAND Flash for higher capacity and durability
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... and lawsuits for pricefixing to follow in 2022.
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Agreed. Moving to even cheaper to manufacture QLC NAND and getting more expensive? Doesn't sound like it will follow market pricing.
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Prices going up on SSDs already, eh?
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Prices going up on SSDs already, eh?
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Prices going up on SSDs already, eh?
Yes. Anandtech has been reporting that prices are generally expected to rise in 2020 [anandtech.com] for SSDs.
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Yes. Anandtech has been reporting that prices are generally expected to rise in 2020 [anandtech.com] for SSDs.
... and lawsuits for pricefixing to follow in 2022.
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... and lawsuits for pricefixing to follow in 2022.
Agreed. Moving to even cheaper to manufacture QLC NAND and getting more expensive? Doesn't sound like it will follow market pricing.
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... and lawsuits for pricefixing to follow in 2022.
Yup lol and we can't recover
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I bought a WD SN500 1tb for about the same price, but this seems to have a higher transfer speed.
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How inferior is this sx8100 to the sx8200 Pro?
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How inferior is this sx8100 to the sx8200 Pro?
Controller isn't quite as fast, much less DRAM (128MB vs. 1GB). I consider it in-between the EX900 and EX920/EX950 for example. It's a compromise option if it's cheaper than the SX8200 Pro.
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I had this model and it that worked on initial boot and one other time out of about 20 reboots. My other Adata NVMe works fine on the same board. A handful of other reviews show the same thing. There are not a lot of reviews for this model yet though.

Adata was quick to provide a full refund and shipping label for the return, so that was good.
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I had this model and it that worked on initial boot and one other time out of about 20 reboots. My other Adata NVMe works fine on the same board. A handful of other reviews show the same thing. There are not a lot of reviews for this model yet though.

Adata was quick to provide a full refund and shipping label for the return, so that was good.
I have this and it's been working fine for me. Easy conversion from my previous SSD and has been stable since Christmas.
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this was $80 on Rakuten during thanksgiving, ($100 - $20 Rakuten coupon)
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I had this model and it that worked on initial boot and one other time out of about 20 reboots. My other Adata NVMe works fine on the same board. A handful of other reviews show the same thing. There are not a lot of reviews for this model yet though.

Adata was quick to provide a full refund and shipping label for the return, so that was good.
Sounds like a defective drive. Been using this drive for months with no issues
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I was thinking of grabbing this for my new laptop, but the one review about how hot it runs is making me reconsider.
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