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Adata Ultimate SU630 3D NAND 960GB 2.5" SSD Up To 520MB/s Read | 450MB/s Write for £86.95 Delivered @ Box
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Adata Ultimate SU630 3D NAND 960GB 2.5" SSD Up To 520MB/s Read | 450MB/s Write for £86.95 Delivered @ Box

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3324172.jpgKEY FEATURES
  • 960GB Capacity
  • SATA III Interface
  • 2.5" Form Factor
  • Up To 520MB/s Read | 450MB/s Write Speeds
  • 3 Year Manufacturer Warranty
  • ASU630SS-960GQ-R

Part No: ASU630SS-960GQ-R
Stock Code: GN59177227

3D QLC SSD – High Capacity Without Breaking the Bank
Sporting the QLC 3D NAND Flash with 960GB of capacity and an attractive price point, the SU630 960GB SATA SSD is an ideal upgrade for users looking to make the switch from HDD to SSD, whether as storage or a boot drive.
3324172.jpgPerformance Boost With Dynamic SLC Caching
Featuring dynamic SLC caching, NAND Flash memory operates in single-level cell mode and boosts performance. This allows the SU630 960GB SATA SSD to reach read/write speeds of up to 520/450MBps for smoother and faster boot, file transfers, and downloads.
3324172.jpgImproved Data Integrity
With support for LDPC (Low-Density Parity-Check) error correcting code technology, the SU630 960GB SATA SSD can detect and fix errors to ensure data integrity and thus enjoy an extended lifespan.
3324172.jpgTougher, Quieter, More Reliable
With no mechanical components, SSDs are more resilient than HDDs. They are more resistant to shock, vibration (1500G/0.5ms) and extreme temperatures (0°C-70°C) and therefore provide better protection for data. What’s more, SSDs also run silently and consume less power.
3324172.jpgSSD Toolbox and Migration Utility
With the purchase of the SU630 960GB SATA SSD, users qualify to download ADATA’s SSD Toolbox and Migration Utility free of charge! SSD Toolbox allows users to monitor and manage the SU630 960GB SATA SSD, with drive status, wear level, and lifespan information. The Migration Utility is especially helpful for users making the switch from HDD to SSD, as it allows for simple and straightforward backup and migration of data, including the operating system.
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Specification
  • Capacity 960GB
  • Form Factor 2.5"
  • NAND Flash 3D QLC
  • Dimensions (L x W x H)100.45 x 69.85 x 7mm
  • Weight 47.5g
  • Interface SATA 6Gb/s
  • Sequential R/W performance (max) Up to 520/450MB/s * Actual performance may vary due to available SSD capacity, system hardware and software components, and other factors.
  • Operating temperature 0°C - 70°C
  • Storage temperature-40°C - 85°C
  • Shock resistance 1500G/0.5ms
  • MTBF 1,500,000 hours
  • Warranty 3-year limited warranty

* The SSD is based on the TBW or Warranty period.
** Visit adata.com/us/…ar/ for more details.

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QLC = NO.
comshoplesce04/11/2019 17:56

QLC = NO.


What's so bad about qlc to the uninformed? My partner wants an ssd for his rig this Christmas and I've seen a few people say qlc is bad now
NotMarki04/11/2019 18:37

What's so bad about qlc to the uninformed? My partner wants an ssd for his …What's so bad about qlc to the uninformed? My partner wants an ssd for his rig this Christmas and I've seen a few people say qlc is bad now



it depends on use, QLC uses 4 bits per cell using different charging voltages. The drive firmware corrects the charge levels for a cell every so often (30-60 days) over time these charge levels leak away when the computer is off so if the computer will spend long periods of time off you will lose 4 bits of data for every cell you lose.

This storage is better suited to always on servers to save money on storage and the charge levels are always maintained or where losing data isn’t an issue.

in short more chance of data loss when these drives are not used for a while.
Edited by: "Dannyrobbo" 4th Nov
Dannyrobbo04/11/2019 19:02

it depends on use, QLC uses 4 bits per cell using different charging …it depends on use, QLC uses 4 bits per cell using different charging voltages. The drive firmware corrects the charge levels for a cell every so often (30-60 days) over time these charge levels leak away when the computer is off so if the computer will spend long periods of time off you will lose 4 bits of data for every cell you lose. This storage is better suited to always on servers to save money on storage and the charge levels are always maintained or where losing data isn’t an issue.in short more chance of data loss when these drives are not used for a while.


So if he leaves his computer on sleep mode could that be considered on as there is still charge? Or is sleep as good as off in this sense?

Thanks for the good response too
Dannyrobbo04/11/2019 19:02

it depends on use, QLC uses 4 bits per cell using different charging …it depends on use, QLC uses 4 bits per cell using different charging voltages. The drive firmware corrects the charge levels for a cell every so often (30-60 days) over time these charge levels leak away when the computer is off so if the computer will spend long periods of time off you will lose 4 bits of data for every cell you lose. This storage is better suited to always on servers to save money on storage and the charge levels are always maintained or where losing data isn’t an issue.in short more chance of data loss when these drives are not used for a while.


True. But who leaves their computer with a large SSD off for extended periods of time? I imagine it’ll be used 1-2 times a week, even for light users. My desktop gets started up daily for work and gaming. And while QLC isn’t the best, it’s driving cheap storage and that’s a good thing.
NotMarki04/11/2019 19:19

So if he leaves his computer on sleep mode could that be considered on as …So if he leaves his computer on sleep mode could that be considered on as there is still charge? Or is sleep as good as off in this sense?Thanks for the good response too



you will probably never see the issue because it’ll be used often so it takes longer than weeks. I’d imagine sleep is okay but I couldn’t say for sure.
plewis0004/11/2019 19:58

True. But who leaves their computer with a large SSD off for extended …True. But who leaves their computer with a large SSD off for extended periods of time? I imagine it’ll be used 1-2 times a week, even for light users. My desktop gets started up daily for work and gaming. And while QLC isn’t the best, it’s driving cheap storage and that’s a good thing.



agreed but it’s still a fact that should be shared.
Mine failed after 5 months. Had to send it to Holland for repair. Spend some extra and buy a different one, that has UK support.
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