ADATA introduces their XPG SX950 series of SSDs with 3D MLC NAND

ADATA introduces their XPG SX950 series of SSDs with 3D MLC NAND

ADATA introduces their XPG SX950 series of SSDs with 3D MLC NAND

ADATA introduces their XPG SX950 series of SSDs with 3D MLC NAND

 
ADATA has today announced their XPG SX950 line of SSDs, which offer SATA sequential read/write speeds of 560MB/s and 530MB/s respectively. 
 
This new SSD will be available in 240GB, 480GB and 960GB versions, all of which use 3D MLC NAND and Silicon Motion controllers. The XPG SX950 series of SSD will also make use of SLC caching, allowing the SSD to use a portion of the SSD as SLC NAND, allowing the drive to operate faster than a standard MLC-based SSD. 
 
ADATA will also be backing up this new SSD with a 6-year warranty, which is a very long time for a modern SSD.   

  

ADATA introduces their XPG SX950 series of SSDs with 3D MLC NAND

 

Right now ADATA has not announced the pricing of these new SSDs, though they are expected to be places in the "premium SATA" section of the SSD market.    

 

You can join the discussion on ADATA's new XPG SX950 series of SSDs on the OC3D Forums.    

 

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15-02-2017, 13:39:27

NeverBackDown
6 year warranty? Holy moly..Quote

15-02-2017, 15:06:10

Shingara
I just wonder how these will stack up against the samsung stuff and how firms are moving to nvme from sata.Quote

15-02-2017, 16:56:41

Bartacus
Love me some ADATA SSDs. I've been using them for years, and no one seems to know about them for some odd reason. Usually they're at or near the top when it comes to "bang for the buck".Quote

15-02-2017, 17:03:41

NeverBackDown
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bartacus View Post
Love me some ADATA SSDs. I've been using them for years, and no one seems to know about them for some odd reason. Usually they're at or near the top when it comes to "bang for the buck".
Yeah they are pretty good. After crucial, they are my next go to for "bang for the buck" as you said
Just wish they had a NVMe version with a 6year warranty too. That's just insnaeQuote

15-02-2017, 22:18:56

Bartacus
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Yeah they are pretty good. After crucial, they are my next go to for "bang for the buck" as you said
Just wish they had a NVMe version with a 6year warranty too. That's just insnae
It'll come dude, just wait. ADATA might not be at the fore front of this stuff, but when they *do* go NVME, it will be UBER competitive. Not in terms of speed, but price / performance ratio. That seems to be their thing.Quote
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