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Adata SX8200 Pro 2TB M.2-2280 NVMe PCIe SSD Up to 3500MB/s R, 3000MB/s W for £189.99 Delivered @ CCLOnline
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Adata SX8200 Pro 2TB M.2-2280 NVMe PCIe SSD Up to 3500MB/s R, 3000MB/s W for £189.99 Delivered @ CCLOnline

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Refreshed 19th Nov 2019 (Posted 24th Oct 2019)Edited by:"Brutes"

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Key Features:3315043.jpg
  • PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe Interface
  • M.2 2280 Form Factor
  • Up to 3500MB/s Read, 3000MB/s Write
  • 4K IOPS Read: 390000
  • 4K IOPS Write: 380000
  • 5 Year Warranty


Description
The SX8200 Pro M.2 2280 SSD is XPG’s fastest SSD to date and is designed for avid PC enthusiasts, gamers, and overclockers. It features an ultra-fast PCIe Gen3x4 interface that offers sustained peak read/write speeds of 3500/3000MB per second, outpacing SATA 6Gb/s by a wide margin. Supporting NVMe 1.3, the SX8200 Pro delivers excellent random read/write performance and multi-tasking capabilities. With SLC caching, a DRAM Cache buffer, E2E Data Protection, and LDPC ECC, it maintains high speeds and data integrity, even during highly intensive applications such as gaming rendering, and overclocking.

Main Features
  • Experience Stunning Speed
  • In Pursuit of Higher Performance
  • 3D NAND Flash - Higher Capacity, Efficiency, and Reliability
  • LDPC ECC Ensures Data Integrity
  • E2E Data Protection and RAID Engine
  • Backed by a 5-Year Warranty
  • Cool XPG heatsink included


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Is it normal for me to look at this and then repeatedly say "you don't need it" in my head?
Sod it, ordered one.
Hurry up bf! 🔥
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Hurry up bf! 🔥
not bad, heat added
if I haven't bought 1TB NVME SSD a couple months ago I would be all over this
Is it normal for me to look at this and then repeatedly say "you don't need it" in my head?
Arkz25/10/2019 06:14

Is it normal for me to look at this and then repeatedly say "you don't …Is it normal for me to look at this and then repeatedly say "you don't need it" in my head?


Read my first comment!
Is this a decent brand? Never heard of it before
I so want it..I’ve had an adata before, mostly they do cheap ssd’s but mine worked fine.
Read up somewhere that they stand well against the Samsung 970s and keep up. Not sure if it wasn't sponsored articles tho
Good price.
I received the 1TB version of this drive today and have just finished chucking it it into my XPS 13 to replace the already pretty great Samsung drive that it shipped with. I'm not normally a stickler for SSD speeds, but it's undeniably cool to be able to go from being completely powered off to logged in via fingerprint and Chrome up and running in under 15 seconds. Well worth the small added expense over other NVME drives in the same capacity for the extra speed.
Ouch! Is this (or similar) going to be cheaper on BF? Do we have any chance? I really want this or the Corsair MP510 for around £200, that'd be amazing...
Sod it, ordered one.
sergiup25/10/2019 23:40

Ouch! Is this (or similar) going to be cheaper on BF? Do we have any …Ouch! Is this (or similar) going to be cheaper on BF? Do we have any chance? I really want this or the Corsair MP510 for around £200, that'd be amazing...


Chexk out my new posts.
Brutes01/11/2019 12:27

Chexk out my new posts.


Too late, I already saw them and bought one
Had to chew off my wallet arm but... holding for BF.
One of these at.... £180 and I'm sold.
llamaalarmallama08/11/2019 19:40

Had to chew off my wallet arm but... holding for BF. One of these at.... …Had to chew off my wallet arm but... holding for BF. One of these at.... £180 and I'm sold.


Stay tuned Not sure though ..
Edited by: "Brutes" 8th Nov 2019
Brutes01/11/2019 12:27

Chexk out my new posts.


New posts? The corsair? Eh, I got a 512 and 2 x 1TB NVMe's atm, wanting to replace one of the 1TB's with a 2 Equally though, I could just replace the 512 with this... hmmm.

Whatever comes out of mine goes in the wifes laptop
Edited by: "llamaalarmallama" 8th Nov 2019
Very HOT. I just need a good deal on the Adata 1TB NVME.
I bought a 660P for not much less, this is a much better drive at a stonking price.
How are ccl with returns
llamaalarmallama08/11/2019 19:40

Had to chew off my wallet arm but... holding for BF. One of these at.... …Had to chew off my wallet arm but... holding for BF. One of these at.... £180 and I'm sold.


Nearly there
Soulie8625/10/2019 18:01

Read up somewhere that they stand well against the Samsung 970s and keep …Read up somewhere that they stand well against the Samsung 970s and keep up. Not sure if it wasn't sponsored articles tho


Read up somewhere that and that and that. Not sure if....
Damn, and i just shelled out £110 for a 1tb sabrant, well i guess thats going back
luqyno119/11/2019 23:51

Damn, and i just shelled out £110 for a 1tb sabrant, well i guess thats …Damn, and i just shelled out £110 for a 1tb sabrant, well i guess thats going back


That I posted for £84 last week...
Could replace my 256 boot drive, I don't need to but this is excessively tempting.
BF is only around the corner though.
Bought!
Need this
This rivals the £187 2TB Sabrent last week. Both great drives at probably the cheapest they've been.
And to think all those years ago I paid this much and more for a 512GB SATA3 SSD. Incredible drive at that price. Heated!
I've ordered this - my 4th different NVMe PCIe SSD for my PC (my others are Samsung, Sabrent and Intel), but the biggest one to date so I can put all my Steam games on it (overkill perhaps :-) ).

If you're short of M.2 slots, I'd recommend this PCIe adapter which I picked up a while back. It's probably the cheapest adapter that ships from the UK and even comes with an M.2 screw (something I think all M.2 SSDs should come with, but they never seem to).
Edited by: "rkl" 20th Nov 2019
rkl20/11/2019 07:28

I've ordered this - my 4th different NVMe PCIe SSD for my PC (my others …I've ordered this - my 4th different NVMe PCIe SSD for my PC (my others are Samsung, Sabrent and Intel), but the biggest one to date so I can put all my Steam games on it (overkill perhaps :-) ).If you're short of M.2 slots, I'd recommend this PCIe adapter which I picked up a while back. It's probably the cheapest adapter that ships from the UK and even comes with an M.2 screw (something I think all M.2 SSDs should come with, but they never seem to).


Had no idea this was a thing. Is there anything else to it or does it work like a normal m.2 slot? I only have a 480GB ssd which is in the m.2 slot, and thought I'd have to get a 2.5" ssd to add to my storage.

A 2TB ssd around £140-160 on Black Friday would be amazing.
Edited by: "di9100" 20th Nov 2019
ahhh what the heck .Been needing a 2TB for my Alienware laptop for a while .Now is the time I think.
di910020/11/2019 09:30

Had no idea this was a thing. Is there anything else to it or does it work …Had no idea this was a thing. Is there anything else to it or does it work like a normal m.2 slot? I only have a 480GB ssd which is in the m.2 slot, and thought I'd have to get a 2.5" ssd to add to my storage. A 2TB ssd around £140-160 on Black Friday would be amazing.


NVMe SSDs effectively use PCIe - the most basic adapter, I think, is basically just a mechanical interface since the SSD can't physically plug into a PCIe slot. There are other adapters that allow 2 or more drives into the same slot, they're a bit more complex.
Just make sure you buy the right adapter - there are SATA m.2 drives and adapters too. It's a bit of a minefield...
Edited by: "sergiup" 20th Nov 2019
Brutes19/11/2019 23:22

Nearly there


I ended up grabbing an oem sabrent rocket 2TB for £170 from a guy on reddit
Still... there's a 500GB one (970) that's days might be numbered. Now@3.5TB nvme total. All sata unpluged
Edited by: "llamaalarmallama" 20th Nov 2019
di910020/11/2019 09:30

Had no idea this was a thing. Is there anything else to it or does it work …Had no idea this was a thing. Is there anything else to it or does it work like a normal m.2 slot? I only have a 480GB ssd which is in the m.2 slot, and thought I'd have to get a 2.5" ssd to add to my storage. A 2TB ssd around £140-160 on Black Friday would be amazing.


So long as you aren't restricted to sata m.2 (most aren't, check though) this should work fine

M.2 comes as sata or PCIe/NVMe (the latter 2 being more or less the same thing). You get the odd m.2 slot that only works with sata, most are both or nvme only.
Horrible RMA process had this model at there facility since 15th October still not had it back
Not sure why this deal has expired - maybe it did briefly and then came back again? It's still selling for £189.99 delivered , which beats eBuyer who price-matched but charge for delivery on top.

At this price with a 5 year warranty and top-notch performance, you'd be insane to buy an equivalent Samsung drive, which typically costs over £400!
rkl29/11/2019 11:39

Not sure why this deal has expired - maybe it did briefly and then came …Not sure why this deal has expired - maybe it did briefly and then came back again? It's still selling for £189.99 delivered , which beats eBuyer who price-matched but charge for delivery on top.At this price with a 5 year warranty and top-notch performance, you'd be insane to buy an equivalent Samsung drive, which typically costs over £400!


Thanks, becasue if it's a month old then the BOT expires the deal, I did unexpire now. Cheerzz
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