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Not half bad, but if it's SATA and not NVMe I'd have expected it to be slightly cheaper. Still a good deal though
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ADATA Ultimate SU800 512GB 3D NAND 2.5 Inch SATA-III Internal Solid State Drive (ASU800SS-512GT-C)


Details
Form Factor 2.5"
Capacity 512GB
Memory Components 3D TLC
Interface SATA III
Controller SMI

Performance
Max Sequential Read Up to 560 MBps (ATTO) Up to 550 MBps (Crystal Disk Mark)
Max Sequential Write Up to 520 MBps (ATTO) Up to 500 MBps (Crystal Disk Mark)
4KB Random Read Up to 85,000 IOPS 4KB
Random Write Up to 85,000 IOPS
MTBF2,000,000 hours

Features
3D TLC NAND Flash
SMI Controller
Advanced hardware LDPC ECC Technology
Intelligent SLC Caching and DRAM cache buffer
DEVSLP (Device Sleep) supported
High TBW for extended drive longevity
Free software: SSD Tool box and Migration Utility
Supports S.M.A.R.T., TRIM Command, and NCQ

1TB ADATA Ultimate SU800 is $99
https://www.newegg.com/adata-ulti...6820215018

Similar performing 1TB Samsung 860 is $109
https://www.newegg.com/samsung-86...6820147738
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I'm looking at getting one, is it worth it to spent the extra ~$15 on Samsung 860 Evo?
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Not half bad, but if it's SATA and not NVMe I'd have expected it to be slightly cheaper. Still a good deal though
If you have a NVMe port open then spending $68 gets you a 5 times faster drive and a $10 GC
https://www.newegg.com/xpg-sx8100...nk=true​
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Are SSDs increasing in price? I passed up the Crucial MX500 500gb over the holidays for about $46. Hmmph!
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Are SSDs increasing in price? I passed up the Crucial MX500 500gb over the holidays for about $46. Hmmph!
Yes, they are. NAND prices are cyclical. They were low at the end of last year but are trending upward again.
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ADATA Ultimate SU800 512GB 3D NAND 2.5 Inch SATA-III Internal Solid State Drive (ASU800SS-512GT-C)


Details
Form Factor 2.5"
Capacity 512GB
Memory Components 3D TLC
Interface SATA III
Controller SMI

Performance
Max Sequential Read Up to 560 MBps (ATTO) Up to 550 MBps (Crystal Disk Mark)
Max Sequential Write Up to 520 MBps (ATTO) Up to 500 MBps (Crystal Disk Mark)
4KB Random Read Up to 85,000 IOPS 4KB
Random Write Up to 85,000 IOPS
MTBF2,000,000 hours

Features
3D TLC NAND Flash
SMI Controller
Advanced hardware LDPC ECC Technology
Intelligent SLC Caching and DRAM cache buffer
DEVSLP (Device Sleep) supported
High TBW for extended drive longevity
Free software: SSD Tool box and Migration Utility
Supports S.M.A.R.T., TRIM Command, and NCQ

1TB ADATA Ultimate SU800 is $99
https://www.newegg.com/adata-ulti...6820215018

Similar performing 1TB Samsung 960 is $109
https://www.newegg.com/samsung-86...6820147738
Samsung is link to 860, not 960....just fyi
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Samsung is link to 860, not 960....just fyi
TY - fixed
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I'm looking at getting one, is it worth it to spent the extra ~$15 on Samsung 860 Evo?
I would spend the money on the 860 evo over this. I currently have the su800 in my work computer. It works fine, but 1 of the 3 i got was DOA. The replacement has been fine but I've never had a hard drive DOA so kind of makes me weary.
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Purchased the 256GB version last Fall and it failed to power up a month after using, glad I purchased the square trade warranty with it. There is a limited 3 year warranty through Adata.
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I've had 2 Adata su800 for 2-3 years and they are still working fine. Some of my Adata microsd cards are not as reliable, and have had to exchange them under warranty. IMHO, I would spend extra for the Samsung 860 EVO. None of my samsung ssd / microsds have ever failed , still running the old ones, 830 and 840 series.
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I've been using Adata SSDs for a couple years now, at least 4-5 are currently deployed in various laptops and desktops. So far I've had one fail, a 480GB SU650. Adata support was great. They replaced it very quickly, and with a bigger SU800 512GB.
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Not half bad, but if it's SATA and not NVMe I'd have expected it to be slightly cheaper. Still a good deal though
NVME isn't all that and a bag of chips. This isn't a "Frontpage" deal but it is a very fair Deal. if you are in a hurry to buy an SSD, This is a great deal. I'm guessing you are a 100% Intel guy, no?
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Yes, they are. NAND prices are cyclical. They were low at the end of last year but are trending upward again.
This time around, SSD prices are shooting up because standard supply chains are broken due to COVID19 and companies are scrambling to procure hardware. Especially with the surge in demand of cloud based applications
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