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How is paying 50 pounds more than the same preformance as a Adata sx8200 pro a bargain? I love Samsung ssds but not at these prices.
Edited by: "Cuddl3s" 21st Nov 2019
marashz21/11/2019 17:32

Cold. Month ago was £110 from Germany Amazon. Just wait a week and this …Cold. Month ago was £110 from Germany Amazon. Just wait a week and this will be much cheaper.


Interesting reasoning, "a month ago it was cheaper in another country"

Sadly time travel hasnt been invented yet.

Each to their own fella.
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How is paying 50 pounds more than the same preformance as a Adata sx8200 pro a bargain? I love Samsung ssds but not at these prices.
Edited by: "Cuddl3s" 21st Nov 2019
Cold. Month ago was £110 from Germany Amazon. Just wait a week and this will be much cheaper.
Cuddl3s21/11/2019 17:32

How is paying 50 pounds more than the same preformance sx8200 pro a …How is paying 50 pounds more than the same preformance sx8200 pro a bargain? I love Samsung ssds but not at these prices.


Its not the same performance. The real world mixed io speeds are 68 percent faster on average. Samsung also has much better software and easier to copy over OS.

You get what you pay for, samsung puts more money into their R&D and has better software. But for some the cheaper adata is more appealing as they can look beyond niggles.

Me personally, im still unsure which to buy as you just cant beat Samsung for quality and reliability versus the well priced adata.
marashz21/11/2019 17:32

Cold. Month ago was £110 from Germany Amazon. Just wait a week and this …Cold. Month ago was £110 from Germany Amazon. Just wait a week and this will be much cheaper.


Interesting reasoning, "a month ago it was cheaper in another country"

Sadly time travel hasnt been invented yet.

Each to their own fella.
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bigbadwolves21/11/2019 17:40

Interesting reasoning, "a month ago it was cheaper in another country" …Interesting reasoning, "a month ago it was cheaper in another country" Sadly time travel hasnt been invented yet.Each to their own fella.


The thing is, black friday soon, and Amazon can offer very good prices for Samsung ssd's (£110 was just as example what we can get in 1week).
Ok, voting cold maybe was mistake, but I would wait.
marashz21/11/2019 17:43

The thing is, black friday soon, and Amazon can offer very good prices for …The thing is, black friday soon, and Amazon can offer very good prices for Samsung ssd's (£110 was just as example what we can get in 1week).Ok, voting cold maybe was mistake, but I would wait.


I appreciate your point, however the attitude of lets wait does apply to all of the offers posted this week until black friday.

Then come black friday people will say wait for cyber monday. Cant really predict unfortunately.
How do these chips fair compared to standard SSDs in real world standard use?
bigbadwolves21/11/2019 17:40

Interesting reasoning, "a month ago it was cheaper in another country" …Interesting reasoning, "a month ago it was cheaper in another country" Sadly time travel hasnt been invented yet.Each to their own fella.



it's been this cheap several times this year already. You need patience, not time travel.
bigbadwolves21/11/2019 17:38

Its not the same performance. The real world mixed io speeds are 68 …Its not the same performance. The real world mixed io speeds are 68 percent faster on average. Samsung also has much better software and easier to copy over OS.You get what you pay for, samsung puts more money into their R&D and has better software. But for some the cheaper adata is more appealing as they can look beyond niggles.Me personally, im still unsure which to buy as you just cant beat Samsung for quality and reliability versus the well priced adata.


Your talking nonsense, stop looking at charts when the reality is that outside of synthetics and a few very specialised uses 95% of the buyers of this drive will never see a difference between the two.

I've seen real world tests like loading windows a game etc where there was only a 10% difference between Sata 3 Ssd and a top nvme, which is indistinguishable at the times we're talking about here.
shahidali4721/11/2019 17:57

How do these chips fair compared to standard SSDs in real world standard …How do these chips fair compared to standard SSDs in real world standard use?


About 10% faster than a 850 evo Sata 3 for a regular office user/ gamer, see YouTube
Edited by: "Cuddl3s" 21st Nov 2019
Cuddl3s21/11/2019 19:07

About 10% faster than a 850 evo Sata 3 for a regular office user/ gamer, …About 10% faster than a 850 evo Sata 3 for a regular office user/ gamer, see YouTube


I'll take your word for it. Thanks
Cuddl3s21/11/2019 19:06

Your talking nonsense, stop looking at charts when the reality is that …Your talking nonsense, stop looking at charts when the reality is that outside of synthetics and a few very specialised uses 95% of the buyers of this drive will never see a difference between the two.I've seen real world tests like loading windows a game etc where there was only a 10% difference between Sata 3 Ssd and a top nvme, which is indistinguishable at the times we're talking about here.


Its you're...

And it all depends what you're doing, what game, what process. Not everyone just plays games.

I dont need to youtube as im speaking from my own experience.

Some actually multi task with 2 or more screens, netflix on one, work on another and maybe something else on a 3rd with stuff running in the background.

Just loading windows for example there is a ridiculous difference.

And it boils down to whether you care, most people might be happy with a 7200rpm drive, or a 500mb/s sata, but some might actually value what an nvme m.2 can bring to the table.

People are asking very generic questions; is this faster- depends doesnt it?

General typical usage these days as ive described above you will notice a difference. Loading a single game, you probably wont care.
Edited by: "bigbadwolves" 21st Nov 2019
shahidali4721/11/2019 17:57

How do these chips fair compared to standard SSDs in real world standard …How do these chips fair compared to standard SSDs in real world standard use?


Depends what you are doing and what you want out of it. If you have an old school spinning hdd at 5400 or 7200 rpm then a standard 2.5 ssd will be a huge difference for you.

If you have an M.2 slot then given the prices its worth considering an nvme.

But someone has posted a great deal on a sata 3 integral ssd 960gb for less than 70 quid.

Literally depends what tasks you use your pc for.
Plenty of info out there, have a google.
Difficult to go with the Samsung drives these days for anyone not a power user since really good Phison and SMI controller drives like the Sabrent and Adata exist.

The Samsung is overall, a more rounded product. However, the key here is it is no longer so superior to justify a 50 percent price premium for the majority of users.
JC2MULTIPLAYER00021/11/2019 18:14

it's been this cheap several times this year already. You need patience, …it's been this cheap several times this year already. You need patience, not time travel.


Not that ive seen, and price spy and camelcamel also arent showing that.

All well and good to say wait a week, wait a month, wait a year. Well yes of course it may go lower, doesnt make the current price bad does it.
vulcanproject21/11/2019 20:04

Difficult to go with the Samsung drives these days for anyone not a power …Difficult to go with the Samsung drives these days for anyone not a power user since really good Phison and SMI controller drives like the Sabrent and Adata exist.The Samsung is overall, a more rounded product. However, the key here is it is no longer so superior to justify a 50 percent price premium for the majority of users.


Good luck cloning windows to sabrent though.
bigbadwolves21/11/2019 20:06

Good luck cloning windows to sabrent though.


You can clone anything, but it's usually not the best way to move an OS about. I'm usually against it on principle. Maximum compatibility, maximum stability. New drive, new install.
bigbadwolves21/11/2019 19:59

Its you're...And it all depends what you're doing, what game, what …Its you're...And it all depends what you're doing, what game, what process. Not everyone just plays games.I dont need to youtube as im speaking from my own experience.Some actually multi task with 2 or more screens, netflix on one, work on another and maybe something else on a 3rd with stuff running in the background.Just loading windows for example there is a ridiculous difference.And it boils down to whether you care, most people might be happy with a 7200rpm drive, or a 500mb/s sata, but some might actually value what an nvme m.2 can bring to the table. People are asking very generic questions; is this faster- depends doesnt it?General typical usage these days as ive described above you will notice a difference. Loading a single game, you probably wont care.


Yes there's a ridiculous difference alright, ridiculously small that is,

marashz21/11/2019 17:32

Cold. Month ago was £110 from Germany Amazon. Just wait a week and this …Cold. Month ago was £110 from Germany Amazon. Just wait a week and this will be much cheaper.



I don't think anyone got that. My order got cancelled as did others going by the thread. However, compared to the Adata deal that was posted yesterday for £100 and is still available, which performs similarly, I would agree that this deal is cold. I would also add that this was cheaper earlier in the year (£130 iirc), so there is a good chance it will be that price or less come black friday.
Edited by: "Pyro88" 21st Nov 2019
bigbadwolves21/11/2019 20:02

Depends what you are doing and what you want out of it. If you have an old …Depends what you are doing and what you want out of it. If you have an old school spinning hdd at 5400 or 7200 rpm then a standard 2.5 ssd will be a huge difference for you.If you have an M.2 slot then given the prices its worth considering an nvme.But someone has posted a great deal on a sata 3 integral ssd 960gb for less than 70 quid.Literally depends what tasks you use your pc for.Plenty of info out there, have a google.


I already got the Samsung SSDs evos and was thinking how do these newer chips fair to the SSDs. My jump from standard HDDs to SSDs felt huge in terms of performance
Quite a few people don't realise that NVMe high read/write drive speeds are large file speeds ..you really need to look at the 4K small file speeds.. that's basically your general read/write speed.. (yeah some may now go into shock..)basically if you mostly game and browse you won't see a speed increase to SSD drives. So don't upgrade to a NMVe motherboard if you think gaming load times will speed up.. they won't as most game files are small even in the packed texture files.
Edited by: "alan.stevens" 21st Nov 2019
Cuddl3s21/11/2019 17:32

How is paying 50 pounds more than the same preformance as a Adata sx8200 …How is paying 50 pounds more than the same preformance as a Adata sx8200 pro a bargain? I love Samsung ssds but not at these prices.


Because ADATA break after 5 minutes and Samsung's don't?
Kyol8722/11/2019 12:58

Because ADATA break after 5 minutes and Samsung's don't?


Your talking even more nonsense the op, and thats a great feat.
Cuddl3s22/11/2019 13:17

Your talking even more nonsense the op, and thats a great feat.


Come back when you have a clue and worked in IT.

forums.tomshardware.com/thr…76/

Can you substanciate your waffle? Didn't think so.
Edited by: "Kyol87" 22nd Nov 2019
Kyol8722/11/2019 13:23

Come back when you have a clue and worked in …Come back when you have a clue and worked in IT.https://forums.tomshardware.com/threads/is-adata-reliable.2194176/Can you substanciate your waffle? Didn't think so.


I obviously have more clues then you do, and have been a PC builder since 94 if you really want to know.

Doesn't prove a thing, that thread is a few years old and discusses old drives, every single manufacturer out there has had flaky products, i've had loads of terribly designed dell, panasonic etc products

Remember that even Samsung had performance degradation issues with the 830 and 840 evo series a few years back so unless you got proven data to show that the SX8200 pro is having issues then your should take a break from dishing biased advice.
Edited by: "Cuddl3s" 22nd Nov 2019
Cuddl3s22/11/2019 13:29

I obviously have more clues then you do, and have been a PC builder since …I obviously have more clues then you do, and have been a PC builder since 94 if you really want to know.Doesn't prove a thing, that thread is a few years old and discusses old drives, every single manufacturer out there has had flaky products, i've had loads of terribly designed dell, panasonic etc productsRemember that even Samsung had performance degradation issues with the 830 and 840 evo series a few years back so unless you got proven data to show that the SX8200 pro is having issues then your should take a break from dishing biased advice.


#Calledit Can't substantiate your waffle or even read apparently.

Building PC's since 1994 isn't impressive and is probably a lie too xD. Odds are you don't even know what a 486 is without Googling it.

Couldn't imagine being so pathetic over being wrong.
Edited by: "Kyol87" 22nd Nov 2019
Kyol8722/11/2019 13:50

#Calledit Can't substantiate your waffle or even read apparently.Building …#Calledit Can't substantiate your waffle or even read apparently.Building PC's since 1994 isn't impressive and is probably a lie too xD. Odds are you don't even know what a 486 is without Googling it.Couldn't imagine being so pathetic over being wrong.


OK what ever you troll, you obviously are totally clueless and joined yesterday just to troll this thread.
Edited by: "Cuddl3s" 22nd Nov 2019
Cuddl3s22/11/2019 14:00

OK what ever you troll, you obviously are totally clueless and joined …OK what ever you troll, you obviously are totally clueless and joined yesterday just to troll this thread.


What I'm reading: "Wahhh Wahhh"
Pyro8821/11/2019 20:50

I don't think anyone got that. My order got cancelled as did others going …I don't think anyone got that. My order got cancelled as did others going by the thread. However, compared to the Adata deal that was posted yesterday for £100 and is still available, which performs similarly, I would agree that this deal is cold. I would also add that this was cheaper earlier in the year (£130 iirc), so there is a good chance it will be that price or less come black friday.


Thank you Pyro88, ive looked hard online to see if it was ever this price and i couldnt see it. Much have been an error if it was cancelled and explains whyni never saw it and can find no evidence of it on any price history sites.
Cuddl3s21/11/2019 20:16

Yes there's a ridiculous difference alright, ridiculously small that is, …Yes there's a ridiculous difference alright, ridiculously small that is, [Video]


Right? And what did i write? Your point is what?

Youve just confirmed what ive said.
bigbadwolves22/11/2019 14:34

Right? And what did i write? Your point is what?Youve just confirmed what …Right? And what did i write? Your point is what?Youve just confirmed what ive said.


I think you missed the end bit, as I was being sarcastic.

The difference between this and a Sata 3 Ssd is a mere 1/3 of a second in Windows loading times, thus impossible to justify a 50 pound premium vs a regular sata drive let alone the sx8200 pro or other any other good nvme drive, mp510 springs to mind which is actually better than both.
Edited by: "Cuddl3s" 23rd Nov 2019
Cuddl3s22/11/2019 14:59

I think you missed the end bit, as I was being sarcastic. The difference …I think you missed the end bit, as I was being sarcastic. The difference between this and a Sata 3 Ssd is a mere 1/3 of a second in Windows loading times, thus impossible to justify a 50 pound premium vs a regular sata drive let alone the sx8200 pro or other any other good nvme drive, mp510 springs to mind which is actually better than both.


Lmao. Go buy those then. Who cares

Its now actually only a 45 pound premium. Ooooh

Its like buying a 150bhp hyundai over a 150bhp audi. Both are cars right?
bigbadwolves21/11/2019 20:04

Not that ive seen, and price spy and camelcamel also arent showing …Not that ive seen, and price spy and camelcamel also arent showing that.All well and good to say wait a week, wait a month, wait a year. Well yes of course it may go lower, doesnt make the current price bad does it.



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