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Hmm. This is the one LTT just came out with the video on right?
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is this Linus approved or not?
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Quote from ChrisO8117 :
Hmm. This is the one LTT just came out with the video on right?
Yep, this is the one
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Quote from FrozenBeer :
is this Linus approved or not?
Well, he tested 5 different modules from the exact same model number and they all had very different components. For the average user, they probably won't notice a difference. But on principle alone, I don't think I would go with Adata personally. There are just too many other companies that don't do stuff like that which I would rather use.
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Linus's video was old news. Go read reviews on Amazon on all of Adata drives. They've been selling junk for almost a year.
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Linus? He's smart, but I'm team Schroeder.
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Damn wish I got in on that crucial P5 yesterday. Hopefully other 2TB M.2s get released today
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Be aware of the bait and switch https://www.google.com/amp/s/www....ping-parts
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