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Created 05-20-2020 at 10:42 PM by sr71
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Could be wrong but isn't it like 3 times slower than evo 970 or such?
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Really bad reviews for this one I cancel the order
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if you had a Z97 mobo having the EVO would do no good. and the only EVO at this price is a microSD.
this is competing with similar capacity SATA SSDs

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Could be wrong but isn't it like 3 times slowaer than evo 970 or such?
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Had this (or very simiar: SX6000) drive installed as my boot drive since March 2018. Just two weeks ago, it failed. Since it was a boot drive, it turned out only to be a minor inconvenience and not huge data loss.

The manufacturer (ADATA) stood by the 5 year warranty and replaced the drive with SX6000 Pro and double capacity (256GB) free of charge. Have not installed this as of yet; the whole experience makes me a little apprehensive about the longevity of this particular drive from this manufacturer (for the record, the replacement drive I decided to use was just a cheap SATA drive (still M.2) by Kingston).
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Had this (or very simiar: SX6000) drive installed as my boot drive since March 2018. Just two weeks ago, it failed. Since it was a boot drive, it turned out only to be a minor inconvenience and not huge data loss.

The manufacturer (ADATA) stood by the 5 year warranty and replaced the drive with SX6000 Pro and double capacity (256GB) free of charge. Have not installed this as of yet; the whole experience makes me a little apprehensive about the longevity of this particular drive from this manufacturer (for the record, the replacement drive I decided to use was just a cheap SATA drive (still M.2) by Kingston).
did u have to send the broken drive back to them?
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did u have to send the broken drive back to them?
Yes. They have quite elaborate RMA process but it worked out in the end.
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