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Adata announce their new XPG SX8000 series of NVMe SSDs

Adata announce their new XPG SX8000 series of NVMe SSDs

Adata announce their new XPG SX8000 series of NVMe SSDs

Adata announce their new XPG SX8000 series of NVMe SSDs

 

Adata has announced their new XPG SX8000 series of NVMe SSDs, offering capacities of up to 1TB and use Intel/Micron's latest 3D MLC NAND. 

These new SSDs will be available in capacities of 128GB, 256GB, 512GB and 1TB, with the first three capacities coming to market soon, with the 1TB version releasing later this year. These drives will come with a 5-year warranty, though the lower end models may disappoint some PC builders when it comes to sequential read and write speeds.   

  Adata announce their new XPG SX8000 series of NVMe SSDsBelow is a table showcasing the specifications of these drives, with the SSD increasing in speeds with every increase in capacity, so much so that the lowest end 128GB model will be outperformed by a lot of existing SATA drives when it comes to sequential write performance.    

Consumers should look at the 256GB model or larger if they are looking for SATA beating performance, though it is only with the 512GB model and above that we actually achieve the kind of performance that we would associate with high-end NVMe storage. 

 

Adata announce their new XPG SX8000 series of NVMe SSDs  

Sadly Adata has not announced the pricing of their new XPG SX8000 series of SSDs, though we should expect an announcement within the next few days or weeks. 

 

You can join the discussion on Adata's XPG SX8000 series of NVMe SSDs on the OC3D Forums.

 

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30-09-2016, 10:52:13

King of Old Old School
Props to Adata for a M.2 drive coming out with a Black PCB.

I think these companies are starting to understand that people don't want Blue/Green PCB's.Quote

30-09-2016, 15:35:02

Bartacus
Damn, I have a lot of love for ADATA. I have 4 of their SSDs, great bang for the buck! I hope they continue that trend with these things. I'd love to see them undercut the big boys by a decent margin.Quote

30-09-2016, 15:45:16

Dicehunter
Quote:
Originally Posted by King of Old School View Post
Props to Adata for a M.2 drive coming out with a Black PCB.

I think these companies are starting to understand that people don't want Blue/Green PCB's.
I've never understood why blue or green PCB's are standard when it costs maybe a few pennies more to simply change the colour to black.Quote

30-09-2016, 20:05:16

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Bartacus View Post
Damn, I have a lot of love for ADATA. I have 4 of their SSDs, great bang for the buck! I hope they continue that trend with these things. I'd love to see them undercut the big boys by a decent margin.
I bought one for my brothers first PC about 3 years ago and to this day it's rarely ever been not in use as an OS drive and is rock solid. Boots up faster than my crucial drive.

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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
I've never understood why blue or green PCB's are standard when it costs maybe a few pennies more to simply change the colour to black.
Because a couple pennies to change one drive multiplied by the millions that they sell, can turn into millions of dollars they spent on a color when the color has 0% difference to performance/reliability.Quote

30-09-2016, 20:11:12

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Because a couple pennies to change one drive multiplied by the millions that they sell, can turn into millions of dollars they spent on a color when the color has 0% difference to performance/reliability.
Logically then they could simply add the few pennies per drive onto the final cost of the product.Quote
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