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Thanks for the post. I bought one, it is a good price for a drive with similar specs to the adata 8200 pro.
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random test after a year of use (purchased march, 2019 - heavy gaming and nearly no space available). i like this HD very much. running with i7 8700, rtx 2080, 16gb ram
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Yes this is better than the $99 WD deal


READ WRITE SPEEDS: Sequential Read/Write Speeds up to 3500 MB/s / 2900 MB/s, an industry top leading reliability (MTBF) 2 Million Hours
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random test after a year of use (purchased march, 2019 - heavy gaming and nearly no space available). i like this HD very much. running with i7 8700, rtx 2080, 16gb ram
Wait...you mean online gaming? Ssd is only relate to write/read...when it's on gaming, it only reads, therefore impact on Ssd is minimum, but if you doing like data center things, when it comes to rewrites, things are different...
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Anyone comment on NAS usage? I know the whole compatibility thing, but that's total bs anyway
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Will this fit in the flex so many of us got?
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Wait...you mean online gaming? Ssd is only relate to write/read...when it's on gaming, it only reads, therefore impact on Ssd is minimum, but if you doing like data center things, when it comes to rewrites, things are different...
well, partially true. If SSD is DRAMless then even normal usage will affect its performance and life span. But since this SSD has 1GB DRAM, performance and lifespan shouldn't be affected.
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Anyone knows how to fix the windows 10 cannot detect it? I can't seem to find a driver win 10 can recognize
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Anyone knows how to fix the windows 10 cannot detect it? I can't seem to find a driver win 10 can recognize
Woah anyone know the answer? I believe adata XPG nvme ssd's use the same chipset and my 2TB drive was not recognised either by win 10
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Wait...you mean online gaming? Ssd is only relate to write/read...when it's on gaming, it only reads, therefore impact on Ssd is minimum, but if you doing like data center things, when it comes to rewrites, things are different...
then this ssd is bad, i have one and it thermal throttles during gaming
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Yes this is better than the $99 WD deal


READ WRITE SPEEDS: Sequential Read/Write Speeds up to 3500 MB/s / 2900 MB/s, an industry top leading reliability (MTBF) 2 Million Hours
id go with the WD deal tbh, this one is unrealiable under heavy usage
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Anyone knows how to fix the windows 10 cannot detect it? I can't seem to find a driver win 10 can recognize
Have you tried going into Disk Management and seeing if it is showing as unallocated space?

This is a good walkthrough.
https://helpdesk.originpc.com/sup...indows-10-
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$139.99 is the price I'm seeing was there a promo code to get to $120?
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$139.99 is the price I'm seeing was there a promo code to get to $120?
As the original post says, it was a Shell Shocker deal for 8/8 (yesterday). Deal is dead.
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