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ADATA XPG GAMMIX S11 Pro Series: 1TB Internal PCIe Gen3x4 M.2 2280 NVMe SSD for $124.99 AC + FS

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XPG GAMMIX SSD S11 Pro Series: 1TB Internal PCIe Gen3x4 M.2 2280 (NVMe) for $124.99 w/ Free Shipping >Now $125.99
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Employing the extra-fast PCIe Gen3x4 interface and supporting NVMe 1.3, the GAMMIX S11 Pro delivers blazing fast read/write speeds of up to 3500/3000MB per second. What's more, the S11 Pro is encased in a heatsink that reduces the SSD's temperatures by up to 10°C. Equipped with 3D NAND Flash along with SLC Caching, a DRAM Cache Buffer, End-to-End Data Protection, and LDPC ECC technology, it maintains high speeds and data integrity even during intense gaming, rendering, overclocking, and other high-demand applications.

Breakthrough Performance
● PCIe Gen3x4 interface : read/write up to 3500/3000MB/s
● NVMe 1.3 supported
● Next-generation 3D NAND Flash : Higher capacity, durability, and power efficiency
● M.2 2280 form factor : supports desktops with the latest Intel and AMD platforms
● Built for pros : ideal for gamers, PC enthusiasts, overclockers, and video rendering professionals

Cool-Headed in the Face of Battle
A heatsink with a sports-car-inspired design makes the S11 Pro look and stay cool. Compared to M.2 SSDs without a heatsink, the S11 Pro is up to 10°C cooler, offering enhanced system stability.

Accelerate on to Victory
Featuring SLC Caching and a DRAM cache buffer, the S11 Pro accelerates read/write speeds up to 3500/3000MB/s and delivers random performance of up to 390K/380K IOPS. Whether booting, gaming or transferring large files, the S11 Pro accomplish them quickly and effectively.

3D NAND FLASH – Higher Capacities for More Games
Implementing advanced 3D NAND Flash, S11 Pro features higher storage capacities of up to 1TB, while also providing higher efficiency, rugged reliability and a high TBW (Total Bytes Written).

Data Integrity, Security, and Stability
The GAMMIX S11 Pro supports LDPC (Low-Density Parity-Check) error correcting code technology to detect and fix a wider range of data errors for more accurate data transfers. Meanwhile, End-to-End Data Protection and RAID Engine support ensure data security and improve transmission stability.

Backed by a 5-Year Warranty
Every component on the GAMMIX S11 Pro has passed meticulous screening, testing, and certification. The GAMMIX S11 ships with the comfort of a 5-year warranty.

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Review of this m.2 ssd

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This the same drive posted a day or so ago?
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640tb write
600tb for all other top brands. So what do you suggest or want to say here?
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This the same drive posted a day or so ago?
yes.The same m.2 ssd cost a little bit more than b4.
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640tb write
Is it good or bad? if bad, what should it be?
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Bad deal, this is the same as the sx8200 and ex950, it should be $100 or no buy.

@ the $130 price range, we should expect Western Digital SN750 level performance. (which is) faster than the vanilla 970 EVO,
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640tb write
Most people won't make it to 640TB in a lifetime. nod
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Bad deal, this is the same as the sx8200 and ex950, it should be $100 or no buy.

@ the $130 price range, we should expect Western Digital SN750 level performance. (which is) faster than the vanilla 970 EVO,
Some people can wait six months for a deal. Some can't.

This IS faster than the vanilla 970 EVO but not the plus. It's also the same as the ex950 but not the sx8200
https://www.userbenchmark.com/SSD...User?id=30

Not like you're going to tell a difference between the six drives mentioned in our posts outside a benchmarking program because these are all performance drives
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do you have to be a first time google checkout to get the deal?
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I'm not sure how the userbenchmark rating works, I've never looked at it.

However, in terms of Sustained Write performance, end 2 end, (which is really the ONLY metric that will matter to end users)

The list of consumer drives is as follows.

https://images.anandtech.com/grap...last16.png

In the picture ex950 is not listed, but it's ~10% faster than the ex920 listed. which is the same as the s11pro / sx8200
It boggles my mind why you think sustained write is "the ONLY metric that will matter to end users" - I think that metric is UTTERLY USELESS to 95% of all users. Probably less than 5% so let's say a very tiny minority of users.

The graphic linked shows them writing whatever GB of data and the graph showing the speed of the last 16GB. It basically makes a SSD's cache irrelevant even though the cache can be as large as 128GB.

The average enthusiast user would be a gamer who, at most, updates or installs a game or two at a time. They're unlikely to come close to using up 128GB cache so if they write under 128GB of data their drive is essentially performing as a SLC drive and thus caches are very useful. Your metric puts a cache at zero value.

They would care more about windows or game load times. Thus random read

Also that picture is extremely flawed because it's comparing 240/256GB drives to 960/1TB drives. Quadruple the memory means quadruple the lanes means quadruple the write speeds. Theoretically. (there's still limits with the interface and controller) Look at the sx8200 pro spec sheet. The same drive has 1200, 2300, and 3000 sequential write speed depending on the size
https://www.anandtech.com/show/13...s-hp-ex950

I rest my case
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