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ADATA Technology (USA) Co., Ltd via Newegg has 2TB ADATA Ultimate SU800 2.5" SATA Solid State Drive (ASU800SS-2TT-C) on sale for $209.99. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive
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  • Form Factor: 2.5"
  • Capacity: 2TB
  • Memory Components: 3D TLC
  • Interface: SATA III
  • Controller: SMI
  • Max Sequential Read: Up to 560 MB/s
  • Crystal Disk Mark: Up to 550 MB/s
  • Max Sequential Write: Up to 520 MB/s
  • Crystal Disk Mark: Up to 500 MB/s
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This isn't a deal. Drives in this range regularly go for under $200, a slick price would be $180 or lower.
For a device that doesn't support NVMe.
MX500 support TCG Opal , this doesn't.

of course if you don't know what TCG Opal is, then it doesn't apply to you, as it doesn't apply to most people.

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Seems like a decent deal, but I don't know for sure. Anyone can shed a little light on the subject?
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Seems like a decent deal, but I don't know for sure. Anyone can shed a little light on the subject?
Was curious how this compares to the Crucial MX500 that often goes on sale for $200
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Was curious how this compares to the Crucial MX500 that often goes on sale for $200
MX500 support TCG Opal , this doesn't.

of course if you don't know what TCG Opal is, then it doesn't apply to you, as it doesn't apply to most people.
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was lower on BF due to the Rakuten promotion. but otherwise, it's fair.
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Got a year ago for similar price ($195), fine drive, has dram, no problems
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Will this work as an internal drive for a PS4 pro?
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looking for 500 GB deal. Haven't seen lately on 2.5 SSDs
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Will this work as an internal drive for a PS4 pro?
It should work fine. There is a review on Newegg where someone did that
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This isn't a deal. Drives in this range regularly go for under $200, a slick price would be $180 or lower.
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I bought 4x of these on sale last year. One died, the second suffers from really slow writes and all four show significant drive wear after not many miles. The su800 is suited for gaming consoles or a scratch drive and that's exactly where drives 3 and 4 are in now. I wouldn't trust it with important data. At the ~$200 I'd go with the mx500 tbh... With the failure rate of ~37.5% (su800) that I've experienced, it should speak for itself to save some grief.
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Why would you get this over an NVMe?
For a device that doesn't support NVMe.
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Why would you get this over an NVMe?
Because people buying a 2TB drive arnt generally using it for the main OS drive(because 1TB is faster). So people are buying them for storage and you dont need crazy speeds for storage. On top of the issue of course with needing multiple nvme slots perhaps, depending on the motherboard.

Could be lots of reasons.
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