ADATA XPG SX900 SSD – Benchmarking and Review

ADATA XPG SX900 SSD – Benchmarking and Review

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4K Random Write (Aligned) : 60,000 IOPS
Maximum 4K Randdom Write : 85,000 IOPS
SandForce SF-2281 Controller
Synchronous NAND Flash Technology
Utilizes new FIRMWARE which increases SSD usable capacity over common SF controller based SSDs by 7%
Native TRIM Support (OS support required)
ECC Correction: 55 bits / 512 bytes
S.M.A.R.T Support
NCQ Support
Included 2.5″ to 3.5″ bracket for installation on your desktop computer
Acronis True Image HD, Disk Migration Utility

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    пидорас ебаный
    Обама чмо!

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    I'm kind of new to PC building so I don't understand what makes SSDs good.

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    Jay, does the SP900 also come with this migration utility?
    I'm sure you won't see this, but i'll appreciate it if you answer my question.
    Thanks

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    I bought this Adata SSD and it did not work at all. It was defective right out of the box and had to be replaced. As a result, I am not too happy nor impressed, and would recommend purchasing another brand of SSD.

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    fucking awesome review…….detailed
    bought this after watching this video.
    Thanks for the help
    LIKE

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    Done. Would love this prize. My wife has too many pics on my gaming system, eating my space…to be fair, some of the pics are mine.

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    Thats a pretty nice drive but dont get the Adata S510. Its speeds are comparable to the m4.

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    Man, my Seagate Barracuda is faster than your old m4 in Dxtory x].

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    Thanks for the suggestion Jay. I have been looking for a cheap SSD this one is only £136.97 from £195.45 on Amazon! Definitely gonna get this product, thanks!

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    you have to name your rig

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    put 2 of them in raid0 to get 1gb/s 

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    Great review Jay!

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    I just read that there are two different versions of the ADATA XPG SX900 SSD and one of them, the earlier one has read/write speeds of 540mbs/490mbs, whereas the latter one, this one has speeds of 550mbs/530mbs. This kinda confused me especially with the price difference. (NZ)

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    The samsung 840 pro is more expensive than this one, although this one has slightly higher read and write speeds?

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    How exactly does the migration utility actually work?

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    I have this and it works. Couldn't be any happier.

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    There's so many SSD out there . I can't decide on one 🙁

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    The SX900 is 7mm thick. The spacer is for situations where the bay is 9mm thick.

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    I'm getting either 1 256GB 840 Pro or dual 128GB 840 Pro's in RAID0. Which one do you recommended Jay?

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    Why did you not buy a second m4 and put it in a raid 0?

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    I'm interested in this drive. I remember taking a risk and buying some G.Skill ram back when they were considered an unknown company. Now I literally don't see myself buying anything else. I love these companies that aren't that known for their products. Awesome review. I'm definitely picking one up.

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    some kill this dub step shit already god damn shit is spreading like wild fire

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    Remember people JayzTwoCents does NOT receive money for his reviews. Although sometimes he is given product by company's for reviewing purposes. Its just because the companies like him. Thanks for you time! Good work Jay!

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    can anyone tell me if crucial ssd's are good im thinking about buying a 512gb ssd for my laptop

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    Yh that's a pretty big difference. Big games such as battlefield i would keep on the SSD but minecraft for example i would never put on a SSD.

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    Wow, I guess my 64 gig M4 is really showing its age a bit more than I thought.

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    I was going to do that but ended up using a 120gb ssd and an old 500gb harddrive. that was 3 months ago, I need more storage now, and that is even with a full 320gb external that I filled up

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    In my ears: Yes?

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    These are on sale for $160 like every other month for same 256gb version was $160 at end of october it shows lowest price pcpartpicker

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    But did I say to ONLY talk to the SSD?

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    Would this be good to use as my only drive? What I mean is that I will have both the OS and pretty much everything else on it. I am considering running SSD only when buying a new computer.

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    You said i could talk to the SSD

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    I think all of the other reviews on store front sites (not reviewers on youtube, but newegg buyer reviews, amazon reviews etc) speak for themsleves. This SSD is a reliable drive. People also never heard of G.Skill ram 5 years ago, now everyone swears by them.

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    I'm happy with a 850 watt Corsair for 2 770's, Apparently a 750 is just enough for 2 so for 3 you want 1000 watt maybe, Use a psu calculator, there's plenty on line that way you can include how many drives and fans and extra's it will run aswell. The most important thing is quality, Get an 80plus model. I've got a bronze but I want a gold and I want it too be modular. Don't cheap out on this component.

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    So if I buy this SSD, i don't have to talk to people and still have a social life??

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    I'm not familiar with Adata so would go with Samsung 840 Pro or Evo. Think I heard TechSYnicate mention its quality. What do you think?

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    xfx Pro Series 1050W

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    What would be a good psu for 3 gtx 770

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    Running applications off an SSD is what makes PC gaming so slick. As an adobe user I have all my adobe applications installed on a SSD and I tell you it's the difference between a mechanical keyboard and rubber domes. Use the old mechanical HDD for saving files and backing up.. EVO 840 pro is my choice…

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    Jay is on a COMMENT SPREE 😀

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    I would love to check out the ASUS PCIE SSD. Maybe someday!

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    ASUS has not supplied me any product, that was the board purchased for the Ultimate Gaming PC Guilde. I am reviewing an MSI Haswell board later this month.

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    I want to see a PCIe SSD comparison now. 😉

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    Jay, who supplied the Haswell Asus board? Did Asus send it themselves? Going to do a review?

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    Its exactly the same as this, just smaller drive.

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    ITs nice to have Battlefield load in 30sec vs 3minutes. Have to admit.

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