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Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 512GB M.2-2280 NVMe PCIe SSD Up to 3500MB/s Read, 2300MB/s Write for £62.33 Delivered @ CCLOnline
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Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 512GB M.2-2280 NVMe PCIe SSD Up to 3500MB/s Read, 2300MB/s Write for £62.33 Delivered @ CCLOnline

£62.33£66.717%CCLOnline Deals
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Posted 30th Oct
Key Features:
  • PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe Interface
  • M.2 2280 Form Factor
  • Up to 3500MB/s Read, 2300MB/s Write
  • 4K IOPS Read: 390000
  • 4K IOPS Write: 380000
  • 5 Year Warranty
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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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Hawt
I have this exact model and can vouch for it's performance crown. Fastest SSD of 2019! Cracking value for money.
I really need more SSD storage but I'm trying to avoid buying anything until at least the middle of next year. Next gen console killer build with PCIe 4.0. I'm waiting on 7nm Nvidia cards and then just pick the best CPU to go with it at that time, most likely after Zen 3 arrives.

This is so tempting though, the 2TB version is a steal.
vulcanproject30/10/2019 16:55

I really need more SSD storage but I'm trying to avoid buying anything …I really need more SSD storage but I'm trying to avoid buying anything until at least the middle of next year. Next gen console killer build with PCIe 4.0. I'm waiting on 7nm Nvidia cards and then just pick the best CPU to go with it at that time, most likely after Zen 3 arrives.This is so tempting though, the 2TB version is a steal.


Dude looking at the specs of the next gen, you could easily match if not destroy them with a 2070 Super/5700 XT and up. The chance that we get a machine that can run 60fps/4k for below £600 is very unlikely. The big thing about these consoles will be the SSD which hasn't been confirmed to be NVMe but looking like it will be fast.

Up to you but consoles will always be 2ish gens behind due to them having to keep costs low and getting dev kits out before launch. Even the X and Pro models can't run 1080p past 30fps.
Kombat3130/10/2019 17:48

Dude looking at the specs of the next gen, you could easily match if not …Dude looking at the specs of the next gen, you could easily match if not destroy them with a 2070 Super/5700 XT and up. The chance that we get a machine that can run 60fps/4k for below £600 is very unlikely. The big thing about these consoles will be the SSD which hasn't been confirmed to be NVMe but looking like it will be fast. Up to you but consoles will always be 2ish gens behind due to them having to keep costs low and getting dev kits out before launch. Even the X and Pro models can't run 1080p past 30fps.


I personally predict the console's GPUs to be something akin to a downclocked Radeon 5700, with 8 slow Zen 2 cores (low clocked relative to desktop) but as per convention, maybe only 6 available for developers to use in games initially.

The real issue for PC could indeed be the fast NAND flash memory being touted. I don't think they will have a lot of it, and I fancy it'll be used for caching from a conventional mechanical drive. However the easiest way to combat it will be a true PCIe 4.0 SSD and motherboard. Which is why I am happy to wait a little longer for them to be mainstream like this XPG drive.

Nvidia's 7nm GPUs will offer a big performance leap over Turing and probably stay relevant for 3-4 years after they launch, since a much better process (5nm) will take that long to arrive. So later in 2020 will be the best time to build a new machine and buy a new GPU that will last, for many years.
Is this compatible with apple products? Mid 14 macbook
Is there a 1tb version
I might buy this for OS and some games bur I'm worried about installing OS onto new drive since I don't want to lose stuff
Norseg31/10/2019 13:47

I might buy this for OS and some games bur I'm worried about installing OS …I might buy this for OS and some games bur I'm worried about installing OS onto new drive since I don't want to lose stuff


You can make this the bootable SSD and then transfer stuff across?

Its a pretty reliable drive from what I've seen on the datasheet. Generally reviews across the board are very positive too.
Picked one up, price changed to £63.60 sadly. Was tempted to pay the extra £56 for a 1TB but I'd be over paying for it I think.
kwl14701/11/2019 16:39

You can make this the bootable SSD and then transfer stuff across?Its a …You can make this the bootable SSD and then transfer stuff across?Its a pretty reliable drive from what I've seen on the datasheet. Generally reviews across the board are very positive too.

But won't I lose the stuff on desktop

I'm still thinking if I should get a SSD, if it's work the money, if it worth the effort of installing and creating a new windows bootdrive
Also won't I lose my license again? Doesn't really matter since I cracked it when I upgraded and will do it again after losing a paid for license, twice
Edited by: "Norseg" 1st Nov
Norseg01/11/2019 17:57

But won't I lose the stuff on desktop I'm still thinking if I should get a …But won't I lose the stuff on desktop I'm still thinking if I should get a SSD, if it's work the money, if it worth the effort of installing and creating a new windows bootdrive Also won't I lose my license again? Doesn't really matter since I cracked it when I upgraded and will do it again after losing a paid for license, twice


You can copy and paste the stuff over. Obviously the programs you have you’ll need to reinstall but worthwhile effort imo.

Trust me. SSD is the number 1 easiest way to make your pc faster. It can breathe life into old devices.

You can use the previous license key tbh. It’s easy to crack windows if that is your thing. All these things are time consuming at best but otherwise you can get around with cloning your previous drive.
kwl14701/11/2019 18:15

You can copy and paste the stuff over. Obviously the programs you have …You can copy and paste the stuff over. Obviously the programs you have you’ll need to reinstall but worthwhile effort imo. Trust me. SSD is the number 1 easiest way to make your pc faster. It can breathe life into old devices. You can use the previous license key tbh. It’s easy to crack windows if that is your thing. All these things are time consuming at best but otherwise you can get around with cloning your previous drive.


What programmes will I lose? I've got a lot of stuff what will take too long if I had to reinstall
Norseg01/11/2019 18:23

What programmes will I lose? I've got a lot of stuff what will take too …What programmes will I lose? I've got a lot of stuff what will take too long if I had to reinstall


You’d lose all of them tbh. The whole point of the new drive means it’s a fresh installation of windows. More speed and stays quick too.

The most time consuming part is reinstalling the programs but really they shouldn’t take too long. Same with updating windows.
Thanks, still at this price.
When I tried to go via TCB the price went up to 63.60 mmm.
So just used direct link above.
hlk0114/11/2019 11:52

Thanks, still at this price.When I tried to go via TCB the price went up …Thanks, still at this price.When I tried to go via TCB the price went up to 63.60 mmm.So just used direct link above.


It's ok, if it's the same browser but different tabs, it still tracks, if not, raise the issue and might get sorted.
Edited by: "Brutes" 14th Nov
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