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ADATA Technology (USA) Co., Ltd via Newegg has 2TB XPG GAMMIX S11 Pro 3D NAND NVMe Gen3x4 PCIe M.2 2280 Solid State Drive (AGAMMIXS11P-2TT-C) on sale for $219.99. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71
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Is this good for this price???? This or western digital 2TB SN750
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If you need it now buy, however the REAL deals will be when Amazon drops the hammer in 3 weeks with prime.. just about sure there will be ssd deals then and competition with have to match or just lose out. TLC is good.. only buy tlc if your data is important to you.
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Its a deal, but not a great deal, Amazon is already doing $199 for QLC 2TB SSDs, while QLC may not be as good as TLC, its 99% enough for the average consumer, meaning that if you don't move terabytes of data everyday, there is literally no difference to usage.
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I can't find any comparisons between this versus Adata 2tb SX8200 pro. Anyone got some insight? Specs look the same
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If you need it now buy, however the REAL deals will be when Amazon drops the hammer in 3 weeks with prime.. just about sure there will be ssd deals then and competition with have to match or just lose out. TLC is good.. only buy tlc if your data is important to you.
What's happening in 3 weeks my friend?
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What's happening in 3 weeks my friend?
Amazon prime day on Oct 13th
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What's happening in 3 weeks my friend?
Amazon prime day
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I guess I can wait for Prime Day ☺️
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I can't find any comparisons between this versus Adata 2tb SX8200 pro. Anyone got some insight? Specs look the same
I found this:

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The most apparent difference between the two is that the Gammix S11 Pro features a red-and-black heatsink while the SX8200 Pro features a thinner black heat spreader that is optional. Additionally, the firmware is different based on our sampling. It seems that the SX8200 Pro has some faster-performing firmware than that of the S11 Pro. But overall, the S11 Pro is still a high-ranking drive. The S11 Pro scored sixth place and ties the Corsair Force MP510. While testing with light workloads revolving around consumer-based use, the S11 Pro usually fell behind the SX8200 Pro ever so slightly. However, in SPECworkstation 3, we can see the opposite occurs. The S11 Pro lands fourth place here, just behind the Samsung 970s and far ahead of the Mushkin Pilot-E. It seems the S11 Pro can better withstand prosumer workloads and delivers more consistent performance. While each of Adata's Pro SSDs are comprised of the same components, they feature different firmware. This led to some differences in performance during testing, where the SX8200 Pro outclassed the S11 Pro under light workloads, and even during our transfer tests. But, the S11 Pro outperformed its sibling drive during heavier prosumer workloads and was more consistent. And, it was is slightly more efficient, making it the second most efficient overall in in our test pool. That said, if you primarily car about gaming, most NVMe SSDs perform practically the same.

https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...nvme-ssd/3

But that's really about it.
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Its a deal, but not a great deal, Amazon is already doing $199 for QLC 2TB SSDs, while QLC may not be as good as TLC, its 99% enough for the average consumer, meaning that if you don't move terabytes of data everyday, there is literally no difference to usage.
I'll disagree in that longevity, QLC will fail faster than TLC. Depending on quality of the chips, you may see it sooner than later. I had a crucial drive fail quickly that was QLC and it sucked losing that data.
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I'll disagree in that longevity, QLC will fail faster than TLC. Depending on quality of the chips, you may see it sooner than later. I had a crucial drive fail quickly that was QLC and it sucked losing that data.
Yes, I agree, longevity is a difference maker between the two. However, I think it's also important to note that the larger SSD's double or sometimes triple the longevity of smaller 256/512Gb units, so in some sense it's less of a concern for many folks.

(This is also why companies are pushing more QLC products now due to lower cost and the ability to put in large drives that will last a lot longer. )
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Amazon prime day
You think ssd will be on there?
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TLC = Tender Loving Care for your data
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