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XPG SX8100 2TB 3D NAND NVMe Gen3x4 PCIe M.2 2280 Solid State Drive R/W 3500/3000MB/s SSD (ASX8100NP-2TT-C)

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Interface: x4 PCIe 3.0/NVMe
Form Factor: M.2
Controller: Realtek RTS5762
Configuration: Dual-core, 8-ch, 4-CE/ch
DRAM: Yes
HMB: No
NAND Brand: Micron
NAND Type: TLC
Layers: 64/96
R/W: 3500/3000

https://www.amazon.com/ADATA-SX81...B07ZGJ5TSC
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you forgot price in the title, or at least somewhere in the post
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This is a great deal.
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I think I am going to pass on this one.
Pros: Great price I hope it's a trend that continues. Manufacturers site states 5 year warranty but....
Cons: It's an Adata product. Do I want an Adata C drive? Probably not, these SSDs have a nasty habit of failing with little or no warning. This drive requires a heat sink, make sure your laptop can accommodate one and it gets sufficient air flow.
So if it's just a hobby or game system it's probably $140 of fun that hopefully lasts
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Would be good to have a price in the subject
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Adata is on my blacklist of companies based on their stealth component switch practice with very different performance.

This is pretty much the same as the Spectrix S40G but without the RGB and heat sinks. Look up the reviews of this as there aren't many reviews for this one.

This uses the Realtek controller which was the company's first effort in SSD controllers. It uses a very small DRAM (capacity not published) and its write speed is very inconsistent and almost never reaches the stated spec in most tests.

Adata nvme SSDs also seem to be associated with Windows instability in more than typical anecdotal reports.

I would buy the PNY CS3030 which has been cheaper than this one.
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This seems good deal, but I would pass.
I have a XPG 512G few years back, it last 2 years. Bad news is it is C drive. My Samsung SSD 256G last 7 years and still be C drive for now.
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Quote from WingsOfF :
Adata is on my blacklist of companies based on their stealth component switch practice with very different performance.

This is pretty much the same as the Spectrix S40G but without the RGB and heat sinks. Look up the reviews of this as there aren't many reviews for this one.

This uses the Realtek controller which was the company's first effort in SSD controllers. It uses a very small DRAM (capacity not published) and its write speed is very inconsistent and almost never reaches the stated spec in most tests.

Adata nvme SSDs also seem to be associated with Windows instability in more than typical anecdotal reports.

I would buy the PNY CS3030 which has been cheaper than this one.
I bought both the Adata SX8200 Pro and the PNY CS3030. Hands down the CS3030 is better.
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Quote from whodiini :
I bought both the Adata SX8200 Pro and the PNY CS3030. Hands down the CS3030 is better.
I bought the CS3030 in both 256GB and 1TB capacity early last year in some unbelievable deals. They have been great so far with very consistent behavior and performance.
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