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Pro version of the SX8200 compares to the 970 Evo and it looks tied for the lowest price ever. $129.99 with $10 off coupon on product page. YMMV

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1


here's a review for the drive: it actually gets close to the Samsung 970 pro and beats the 970 Evo.

https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...955-3.html
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It is a YMMV as all recent clip coupon deals are on Amazon.

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Hard to trust Adata. Pass
Is it just because of the brand? Genuinely curious since I have an Adata currently and it has a 4.6 rating. Also nothing in the drive is made by Adata anyways since they don't make nand or controllers.
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As essentially every online review agrees, pretty easy to trust an Adata SX8200. Great price.
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Been waiting for a good price on a drive like this. Thanks for the post! It was $137 and change shipped to AZ FWIW.
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Just got one of these for myself, and a WD sn750 for my friend.
For everyday gaming use, we shall see which lasts longer.
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I missed the last WD Black deal, so I'm in for 1. Seems to be a better deal than the WD black given the speeds being reported over at Tom's. I've had some Adata RAM in the past was was really happy with it. Hopefully this is at least the same quality.
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It should also be noted that the 8200 is very power efficient in comparison to other NVME drives. Increased laptop run-times are important to some people.
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Is it just because of the brand? Genuinely curious since I have an Adata currently and it has a 4.6 rating. Also nothing in the drive is made by Adata anyways since they don't make nand or controllers.

For me, I only trusted Crucial and Samsung for Sata SSDs. The ADATA ones were not as reliable, but still kind of okay compared to others like Sandisk or Corsair. For NVME m.2, these ADATAs are really good. I have 2 of these ADATA NVME drives and they've been performing so well. Their reliability is better than the Crucial NVME drives plus the price to storage ratio is better than decent. I wonder though, does anyone know if ADATA has 3D nand Sata drives?
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Not tied for the lowest price ever. These were on a lightning deal June 2019 for $119, which is when I bought mine for a main system drive. It's been perfect and I would highly recommend it. $129 is a great price and I would buy at this price if I needed one, but it isn't the lowest.
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I bought this Dec 2019 and it has been a great main system drive on my x570. I got it on a great lightning deal.


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Is it just because of the brand? Genuinely curious since I have an Adata currently and it has a 4.6 rating. Also nothing in the drive is made by Adata anyways since they don't make nand or controllers.
Historically, when ADATA first came on the scene when quality started slipping at Kingston. ADATA were much cheaper and a lot of consumers treated them like non-genuine, low quality devices and would buy them as stop gaps or test devices for things like sd/microsds, usb thumb drives, and sata internal ssds. I was one of them. I planned on replacing the drive with a "name brand"like western digital since Seagate is still on fire from the great "Deathstar" quality incidents. However, I was moving from hdd to ssd, like most at the time, and ADATA was an interested, but very cheap brand. I found myself so happy with the speed increase, there was no more pressure to replace it right away, and it feel back into the "replace it when it dies and revert to the now-backup clone hdd.

That day never came, and while I've moved on to ssd and already settled on an evo 970 plus, if I had waited there weeks I'd be on this adata with twice the storage.

You saw the same reservations about anker when they first hit the scene, too, and it's hard for these companies to restore/build their image since people interact with them so infrequently.

Just my two sense, but it is a company that's been around a while and the best in performance in its price range (which really only includes the cheap cheap stuff)
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