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Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB M.2-2280 PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe SSD 3500MB/s R, 3000MB/s W + 5 Years Warranty (640TBW) - £129.99 - Delivered @ CCLOnline
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Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB M.2-2280 PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe SSD 3500MB/s R, 3000MB/s W + 5 Years Warranty (640TBW) - £129.99 - Delivered @ CCLOnline

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Posted 9th JunEdited by:"Brutes"
3481766.jpgKey Features:
  • PCI Express 3.0 x4 NVMe
  • M.2 2280 Form Factor
  • Up to 3500MB/s Read, 3000MB/s Write
  • 4K IOPS Read: 390000
  • 4K IOPS Write: 380000
  • 5 Year Warranty

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.
In Pursuit of Higher Performance
With intelligent SLC caching and a DRAM cache buffer, the SX8200 Pro can accelerate sequential and 4K random read/write speeds to shorten system response time, making it especially suitable for multimedia editing and gaming.
3D NAND Flash - Higher Capacity, Efficiency, and Reliability
Built with 3D NAND Flash the SX8200 Pro comes in capacities of up to 2TB, offers higher efficiency, and is more reliable than 2D SSDs. Thanks to the support of data protection technologies, it also features a high TBW and excellent durability to meet the demands of various applications.
LDPC ECC Ensures Data Integrity
The SX8200 Pro supports LDPC (Low-Density Parity-Check) error correcting code technology to detect and fix a wider range of data errors for more accurate data transfers and a longer SSD lifespan.
E2E Data Protection and RAID Engine
Supporting E2E (End-to-End) Data Protection and RAID Engine, the SX8200 Pro ensures data safety, integrity, and delivers an extended lifespan.
Backed by a 5-Year Warranty
Every component on the SX8200 Pro has passed meticulous screening, testing, and certification. What’s more, it comes backed by a 5-year warranty.

Main Features
  • Rapid PCIe Gen3x4 Interface : read/write up to 3500/3000MB/s
  • NVMe 1.3-Support
  • New Generation 3D NAND Flash : Higher capacity, durability, and power efficiency
  • M.2 2280 Form Factor : supports desktops and notebooks with the latest Intel and AMD platforms
  • Designed for discerning gamers, PC enthusiasts, overclockers, and video content producers
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sabrent rocket has been available at this price for some time now I think?
apm_09/06/2020 15:24

sabrent rocket has been available at this price for some time now I think?



I think so too?
apm_09/06/2020 15:24

sabrent rocket has been available at this price for some time now I think?

rev609/06/2020 15:38

I think so too?



it's been there for more than half a year now.
apm_09/06/2020 15:24

sabrent rocket has been available at this price for some time now I think?


Which drive is better?
I was thinking of getting the WD drive at £115, but for £15 it seems a good jump in speeds.
kos1c09/06/2020 15:40

Which drive is better? I was thinking of getting the WD drive at £115, but …Which drive is better? I was thinking of getting the WD drive at £115, but for £15 it seems a good jump in speeds.


Read the reviews as you can't judge real world performance by the max sequential read/write speeds.
Unless you are a power user I'd be surprised if you noticed the difference in normal usage.
PeacePipe09/06/2020 15:45

Read the reviews as you can't judge real world performance by the max …Read the reviews as you can't judge real world performance by the max sequential read/write speeds.Unless you are a power user I'd be surprised if you noticed the difference in normal usage.


That's what I was thinking. It'll mainly be for gaming. And not sure if I should save £15 by going with the WD blue or paying that small difference.
Excellent drive, sadly its not cheaper than a year ago and is actually 99p more!
kos1c09/06/2020 15:47

That's what I was thinking. It'll mainly be for gaming. And not sure if I …That's what I was thinking. It'll mainly be for gaming. And not sure if I should save £15 by going with the WD blue or paying that small difference.



In gaming you won'tbe able to tell the difference. In gaming you wouldn't be able to tell the difference between a half decent SATA SSD and NVME, so yeah. Save the money.
Addnan09/06/2020 16:00

In gaming you won'tbe able to tell the difference. In gaming you wouldn't …In gaming you won'tbe able to tell the difference. In gaming you wouldn't be able to tell the difference between a half decent SATA SSD and NVME, so yeah. Save the money.


True. That's what I had been thinking. But the price difference in SSD and nvme is £10-15, (around £90 for a 1tb SSD m.2 and £100/110 for nvme) , where the performance difference is something like 500mb and 2000mb in data transfer speeds.

Think a budget nvme would be my main route over m.2 SSD. Since it's only a small difference in cost, while moving games and video clips (GoPro/game footage etc) helps with the better speed rates.

But then I'm stuck with what budget nvme to get.
This or sabrent rocket?
bingowings8509/06/2020 17:14

This or sabrent rocket?


In this size (because performance is completely different at 256GB and 2TB in particular), this is marginally faster but it’s a very minor difference.

There’s also a PCIe 4.0 version of the Rocket which is must faster though.
kos1c09/06/2020 15:47

That's what I was thinking. It'll mainly be for gaming. And not sure if I …That's what I was thinking. It'll mainly be for gaming. And not sure if I should save £15 by going with the WD blue or paying that small difference.


Look for reviews which rate the thermal performance, some of these M.2 drives are prone to overheating and the performance drops off a cliff.
Nice I ordered this instead of Sabrent a friend of mine had a Sabrent SSD go bust on him after a year of usage but heard good things about Adata
Got this yesterday. Very quick.

Some advice - if you want to get the Acronis software to clone and existing drive then make sure you get the warranty and serial code off the drive before you fit it!
Rup10/06/2020 09:29

This is £15 …This is £15 cheaper.https://smile.amazon.co.uk/WD-Blue-SN550-High-Performance-Pcie/dp/B07YFFX5MD/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=wd+blue+nvme&qid=1591777720&sr=8-1


Ye but way slower
Funkmeister_10/06/2020 09:31

Ye but way slower


Only if you're moving vast amounts of data eg full backups.
For O/S & game loading, very little difference between any SSD.
Rup10/06/2020 09:36

Only if you're moving vast amounts of data eg full backups.For O/S & game …Only if you're moving vast amounts of data eg full backups.For O/S & game loading, very little difference between any SSD.


then, Crucial P1 for another £15 less ....
Brutes10/06/2020 09:38

then, Crucial P1 for another £15 less ....


P1 is QLC, WD Blue is TLC, same as XPG. Thus WD Blue is best value overall, but YMMV.
Rup10/06/2020 10:50

P1 is QLC, WD Blue is TLC, same as XPG. Thus WD Blue is best value …P1 is QLC, WD Blue is TLC, same as XPG. Thus WD Blue is best value overall, but YMMV.


Yes, it's QLC but you mentioned previously about the "Unless Moving Vast amount of Data", P1 would do the same with OS and game loading, you would hardly notice the difference ... but yes Adata XPG SX8200 is similar to WD Blue SN550 but as previously mentioned has higher speed. So, it depends what a user needs it for ...
Not to mentioned , WD went as low as£89.99 posted myself adn Adata for the reference £99.96
Are the pioneer nvme any good?
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