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XPG SX8100 1TB 3D NAND NVMe Gen3x4 PCIe M.2 2280 SSD - $74.99

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Form Factor/interface: M.2 2280 NVMe PCIe 3x4
3D NAND and read/write up to 3500/3000MB/s
Ideal for 3D animation/rendering, video & Photo editing, PC gaming and other graphic-intensive applications
5-Year Limited manufacturer Warranty
Note: PCIe interface is not compatible with SATAIII interface. Please check your user's manual for proper installation instruction making sure your motherboard's M. 2 slot supports PCIe NVMe or M Key with NVMe. This SSD is not compatible with Mac. Additional parts may be required to use on Mac system.
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Summary
Memory Speed ‎2 GHz
Hard Drive ‎1 TB Solid State Drive
Item Dimensions LxWxH ‎3.15 x 0.87 x 0.14 inches
Number of Items ‎1
Other Technical Details
Item model number ‎ASX8100NP-1TT-C
Hardware Platform ‎PC, Mac
Item Weight ‎0.3 ounces
Product Dimensions ‎3.15 x 0.87 x 0.14 inches
Item Dimensions LxWxH ‎3.15 x 0.87 x 0.14 inches
Flash Memory Size ‎64
Hard Drive Interface ‎NVMe
Manufacturer ‎ADATA
ASIN ‎B07YNG3K9S
Country of Origin ‎China
Date First Available ‎October 23, 2019

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sk hynix p41 platinum is coming should we just wait a little bit or wait for samsung 970evo/980 for this prices?
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The specs aren't terrible for a previous-gen drive but I'm not a fan of ADATA.

The P41 is likely to be way more expensive than this. If even a P31 or 970 was available at this price then that would be pretty awesome.

Honestly though it feels like the SSD market is moving in slow motion. Frown
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Surprisingly few reviews for this with a fairly obscure controller. But it's TLC with DRAM with a TBW about 600TB, so sure, fair deal at $75.
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Try the Amazon reviews. What you want are the relative per cent of bad reviews compared to other similar devices. For example the Sky Hynix P31, a really low heat reputable drive has 95% 4-5 star and 2% 1 star. This drive has 89% 4-5 star, and 7% one star. That's essentially 3.5 times the failure rate. Also the Adata drive, when you sort bad drives by date, has a big cluster of bad reviews in January of this year (Xmas season discounts/purchases probably). That means it's not just issues from when it was new, or a bad batch of memory chips. Add in warranty/RMA complaints, and it's a strong no-go for me.
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I have this model and it is just so so and especially not great for external NVME enclosure usage due to compatibility issue as the controller is not very widely used and may have some compatibility issue for external enclosure(I had some issue myself and resolved after flashing the firmware of NVME enclosure but I also see TB3 NVME enclosure compatibility issue reported).
One issue I have noticed is that the drive will exhaust the write cache easily, for ex, 1GB 4K/1T random write will runs at 150MB/s but 16GB 4K/1Thread random write will drop to 72MB/s. So obviously the write cache must be less than 16GB.
I also have MSI M470(Gen 4, 5000/4100 MB/s) which is Phison E16 + Toshiba TLC with 1600 TBW(impressive) and 5 years of warranty at $104 and unlike this model, the 16GB 4K random write can maintain the write speed of 150MB/s. It runs at lukewarm during test so this is great for NVME enclosure usage. I have installed MacOS on it and run it as boot disk, so far so good.
Hynix P31 is Gen 3(3200/3100) with average of 750TBW(1TB model) @$104? This is over-priced and may have NVME enclosure compatibility issue and is less more competitive than similar Inland Performance 1TB @$94 at 6 years warranty? (same hardware as MSI M470).
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