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ADATA SU635 240GB 3D-NAND SATA 2.5 Inch Internal SSD (ASU635SS-240GQ-R)
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https://www.amazon.com/ADATA-SU63...07PLNNDL2/


ADATA SU635 1.92TB 3D-NAND SATA 2.5 inch Internal SSD (ASU635SS-1T92Q-R)
$178.99 AC
https://www.amazon.com/ADATA-SU63...B07Y3YP7WF Now $188.99 >Now 179.99, no coupon needed


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Need a backup drive and this will work just fine. Thanks OP.
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Utilizing the latest 3D QLC technology and dynamic SLC Caching, SU635 SSD is able to reach up 520/450MB/s* in Read/Write for a faster and smoother boot up, file transferring, and processing.
In addition, SU635 comes with free downloadable SSD Toolbox and Data Migration Utility for an easy upgrade!
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Amazon says it't 27.99 for me and no coupon...pass...
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Amazon says it't 27.99 for me and no coupon...pass...
Same. No coupon for the 2TB too. I am trying to compare it with other brands like SanDisk Ultra and Crucial MX500

btw, I like the way they don't round up the capacity Smilie
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coupon showing for me
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Not a fast SSD, but still much faster than HDD.
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Ne pas de dram.
N'a pas de dram
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hummm....27.99, no coupon
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With TC sunbows being $28 and having DRAM I'd suggest those over these

Edit: I've used about 5 of these (Sunbows) so far, no problems and great performance. Looking it up online shows that it uses the same controller as the EXCELLENT Crucial MX500, but only uses 32 layer not 64 layer TLC. Most reports show that they have 1GB of DRAM onboard, which is better than nothing on SSD's at this price. The Su635 is a barebones SSD, and I say that as an ADATA junkie, all of my computers that I use around the house have an SU800 in them and I've been using their ram for over a decade, but these sunbows are fantastic drives for simple builds, minecraft machines and a warzone drive.

https://www.amazon.com/TC-SUNBOW-...HJ1ZQ&th=1
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"TC sunbows" what's that?
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With TC sunbows being $28 and having DRAM I'd suggest those over these
got a link bro? I'm in the market for couple of SSDs, Been buying some cheap older laptops on FB marketplace and just refurb them and donate them to local kids who do not have laptop for fall. when they need a laptop for virtual classes. much appreciate it.
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With TC sunbows being $28 and having DRAM I'd suggest those over these
Interesting. Do you know whether the smaller size (e.g., 240 GB) has DRAM for sure? I've read reference to DRAM for the 1 TB version.
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Am I just asking for trouble buying one of these cheaper SSDs rather than say a Samsung or WD Blue of same capacity? I would use this as my primary boot drive, and I typically only store programs and OS on SSD. Documents, pictures, etc I save on a regular HDD with backup to cloud.
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