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ADATA Ultimate SU650 960GB 2.5" SSD 960GB Capacity SATA III Interface £80.99 @ Box Ebay
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ADATA Ultimate SU650 960GB 2.5" SSD 960GB Capacity SATA III Interface £80.99 @ Box Ebay

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The Ultimate SU650 solid state drive implements 3D NAND Flash and a high speed controller, offering capacities up to 960GB. It delivers read/write performance up to 520/450MB/s and greater reliability than 2D NAND SSDs. The SU650 features SLC caching and advanced error correction technologies to ensure optimized data performance and integrity. For those who want to experience a clear PC upgrade, the SU650 is an excellent choice with a great cost-performance ratio.

3D NAND in an easy PC upgrade

With 3D NAND Flash, the SU650 features higher efficiency and increased reliability compared to 2D NAND SSDs with an improved cost-performance ratio.

Faster performance

The intelligent SLC caching algorithm allows NAND Flash memory to operate in single-level cell mode and boosts performance, helping sustain peak SU650 read/write speeds up to 520/450MB per second for smoother and faster boot, file transfers, and downloads.

Advanced error correction code

With the support for ECC (error correction code) technology, the SU650 can detect and fix errors to ensure data integrity and help to extend SSD lifespan Its MTBF (mean time between failures) is up to 2 million hours, or 25% more than 2D NAND SSDs.

Tougher , quieter , and more reliable

There's no mechanical component inside SSDs, so they outperform traditional HDDs with higher resistance to shock, vibration (1500G/0.5ms) and extreme temperatures (0°C-70°C). They are also completely silent and consume very little power, all while better protecting your data.

Proprietary software - SSD Toolbox and Migration Utility

Every SU650 purchase qualifies for free downloads of ADATA SSD Toolbox and Migration Utility. SSD Toolbox allows users to monitor and manage the SU650, with drive status, wear level, and lifespan information. The Migration Utility is especially helpful for users making the move from HDD to SSD, as it is designed for simple and quick backup and migration of the contents of entire drives, including the operating system.
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Cheaper in Their main website Here (Here (Link)
Brutes15/06/2019 15:15

Cheaper in Their main website Here (Here (Link)


Ohhh it has to be you lol
Edited by: "KingOfKingsYNWA" 15th Jun
Brutes15/06/2019 15:18

Yes, how you doin ?


I'm ok mate thank how's yourself hope all is well!
Edited by: "KingOfKingsYNWA" 15th Jun
ADATA being really aggressive with pricing, I'm liking it
it's because it's the QLC one. wheras the SU800 is their TLC drive
dreamcat415/06/2019 16:13

it's because it's the QLC one. wheras the SU800 is their TLC drive



I'm pretty sure this is TLC. Apparently there's a SU630 with QLC, but it doesn't even seem to be sold in the UK.
Please cite a legitimate reference showing that this drive is TLC. Because every result that google returns back very CLEARLY states that it's actually QLC. Article titles from reputable outlets such as "ADATA Reveals Ultimate SU630 SSD: 3D QLC for SATA" and "ADATA Now Offers SU630 3D QLC NAND SSD"
Edited by: "dreamcat4" 15th Jun
I think it is TLC. See the ADATA Solid State Drives List.

You can select the "3D TLC" flash type on the left to filter the list. The SU630 is QLC.
dreamcat415/06/2019 16:41

Please cite a legitimate reference showing that this drive is TLC. Because …Please cite a legitimate reference showing that this drive is TLC. Because every result that google returns back very CLEARLY states that it's actually QLC. Article titles from reputable outlets such as "ADATA Reveals Ultimate SU630 SSD: 3D QLC for SATA" and "ADATA Now Offers SU630 3D QLC NAND SSD"


This is TLC, it is SU650. Not SU630 which is QLC
Edited by: "sasuke0" 15th Jun
Thank you for clarify this guys. And providing the link there to the filter list.... It seems it was my mistake getting confused between the 630 and the 650. Thinking they were the same drive. Anyhow it leads me to another question now about this one, the 650 model:

I am not entirely sure that the filter list is being entirely clear in all cases. Because when I click the '3D MLC' filter instead of the TLC one, the same SU650 drive pops up with the same link. So according to that ADATA product selection tool: the SU650 is not only TLC. It's also MLC aswell !!!

SO what does that mean? Is this one of those rare drives that lets you reconfigure it, for either a larger capacity (formatted as TLC), or to give up some of the rated capacity, in order to have a smaller MLC disk? Otherwise why would it show up like that?
dreamcat417/06/2019 08:24

Thank you for clarify this guys. And providing the link there to the …Thank you for clarify this guys. And providing the link there to the filter list.... It seems it was my mistake getting confused between the 630 and the 650. Thinking they were the same drive. Anyhow it leads me to another question now about this one, the 650 model:I am not entirely sure that the filter list is being entirely clear in all cases. Because when I click the '3D MLC' filter instead of the TLC one, the same SU650 drive pops up with the same link. So according to that ADATA product selection tool: the SU650 is not only TLC. It's also MLC aswell !!!SO what does that mean? Is this one of those rare drives that lets you reconfigure it, for either a larger capacity (formatted as TLC), or to give up some of the rated capacity, in order to have a smaller MLC disk? Otherwise why would it show up like that?



I think it is a mistake really. Maybe because the drive uses an "intelligent" SLC cache to speed up writes.
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