ADATA SX8200 – NVMe SSD – Is the 970 EVO Dead?

ADATA SX8200 – NVMe SSD – Is the 970 EVO Dead?

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    Why do they this much size variants 240gb ,256gb,480,512,960,1tb…..??

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    Didn't notice a boot time measurement, that's the only thing I care about here

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    Good review. However since there is a sale and the difference between the Adata and the Samsung is £15.
    £15 & for the comfort of a well established and slightly better brand is okay.
    If there were no sale it would be Adata all the way!

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    i have Adata xpg 8200 pro 512GB and it reaches 3gig/s read,paid 70euro. Its awesome fast.

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    why there is no temperature in this comparison. In samsung 970 the tests sometimes have a temperature of 100C that is unacceptable

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    I got the Adata on Black Friday. WOoohooo love it.

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    Adata can not kill anything with their BKOB-B17A level flashes used for OEM. If you claim that, go get another job. There is different usages for different needs. You can not use Adata Nvme for your Server PC, you will regret it.

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    Dam you sound so scripted !

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    In November, 2019, I got the 500GB Adata SX9200Pro (or PNP) for just € 73.00!! So, yeah, it's not a bad deal. Both Windows 10 AND Linux Mint 19.2 picked it up straightaway – no issues. And prices seem to be dropping fast, as there is now more competition in the market.

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    Why is my CrystalDiskMark different? It shows SEQ1M Q8T1 SEQ1M Q1T1 RND4K Q32T16 and RND4K Q1T1. What settings are you using?

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    oddly enough at the time i watched this, there was a $2 difference in price between the drives [970/8200]

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    Thanks a lot mate very well explain very clear 👍👍

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    what to compare ?
    1 boot time.
    2 open chrome with ? 50 or 100 pages (make sure internet speed constant)
    3 open other program's , load times ( hardware limitations vs software limitations, with this u can this ! and maybe this can't if i do this extra )
    4 how well (fast and stable) do program's behave when ram is full by switching software ?
    5 multitasking all kind of software (windows update , scan virus, chrome, ie, 4k video's, render video's, background game, extract zip/ winrar, downloading etc) how are performance ?
    6 (find software pc overload bottleneck to show handling off the part by monitoring) in different setup's how does it perform ?
    7 value price comparison to find the optimal setup, how to calculate the bottleneck and find sweet spot part's strategies ?
    8 pro's con's.
    ( u bring it cool so the mind can imagine and implement by giving bottom up info )

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    Can you put the Adata in the same motherboard with a 970 Evo Plus? I have two m.2 slots. If so, can you run them in Raid 0 or Raid 01

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    Just got a Samsung 970 evo before seeing this, but for the same price as the current SX8200 discounted price which is $150.

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    sx8200 pro 500gb or crucial mx500 500gb? it will be used for OS and some games

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    Is the 1tb Adata XPG SX8200 PRO a good choice for cloning OS is on a samsung 850 evo .Thank you

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    I bought 2 of these thanks to techpowerup. If only there were great deals of PSU before the seasonic hype train.

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    NVMe drives heat up to 70+ degrees centigrade.
    So honestly i'd rather get pay premium for Samsung memory as they have shown to take extreme heat really well.
    I just don't trust Adata to have the same durable memory.

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    Wondering how does ADATA warranty work in practice and in Europe? Is ADATA service responsive?
    It has slightly disturbing failure rate in Amazon reviews. Nothing major, though, just makes me cautious.

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    Hi I have the Asus X99 TUF motherboard, will the samsung evo 970 nvme will work?

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    DAYUM nice review lol

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    Lol I will keep 10petabyte for 5$

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    Will be ordering this today, going for the 1TB edition!

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    Hey, what do you think of the SABRENT ROCKET NVMe PCIe GEN3 x4 M.2 2280 SSD? I just got one but im waiting for a nice "ARGB" heatsink with a 20mm fan and thermal pad to arrive tomorrow 🙂 also, what do you think of using Intel Optane to Enhance HDD Performance? That's what i'm using for now until i get a nice 4T+ SSD to replace my mechanical storage, I think its friggin awesome .

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    Im not that tech savy.. planning my first build.

    id like to say that your explanation is very much newbie friendly.

    Thank you and keep it up sir

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    It's gen 3 not Gen 4 so what's the point?

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    Thank you sensei, for sharing your knowledge

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    I just bought the Adata SX8200 Pro and was just wondering if I had bought a good drive. Found your video and thanks for all the clear and concise info. Looking forward to moving over to my new Adata drive.

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