ADATA Ultimate SU750 3D NAND 550/520MB/s SSD Drives

ADATA Ultimate SU750 3D NAND 550/520MB/s SSD Drives

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Product Description
Fast, efficient, and equipped with plenty of storage, the ADATA Ultimate SU750 3D NAND SSD drive is optimized for gaming, rendering, and overclocking applications. Available in 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB capacities, it’s capable of read speeds up to 550MB/s and write speeds up to 520 MB/s Read More

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Calculatron
1
Jun 30, 2019
How is this in terms of power and sleep states? Does it support DEVSLP (Device Sleep) like the SU800? What are the general specifications for power consumption, in general? I have an older laptop that I'd like to replace the HDD, and mobility and battery life are one of my top priorities when making a buying decision for an SSD.
moenad
116
Jun 28, 2019
SU800 is better than this one and it's cheaper. 1TB version was going for $79.05 on Amazon 4 days ago. Typical mASSdrop/Drop these days.
Ant333Man
12
Jun 28, 2019
Prices on this are a joke, just get the better SU800 on amazon
VeganJoy
32
Jun 28, 2019
How does this compare to a QLC drive like the intel 660p?
Maxeytheman
53
May 17, 2019
heads up for buyers: no DRAM in this drive
CryAboutIt
42
Apr 5, 2019
Mine has shipped and is said to arrive 3 weeks early.
Superorko
0
Apr 2, 2019
Will it ship to Italy?
Wakamaru
49
Mar 29, 2019
Would this be good as a boot drive? Or is the SU800 still the better choice there ? Both about the same price.
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ale.x
30
Mar 29, 2019
Any SSD is great as a boot drive. The differences between them are really marginal when it comes to boot times. Alex
Jadf
4
Apr 20, 2019
The SU750 is literally just the SU800 but without the cache, so the SU800 is still better for a boot drive. The SU750 is best as a game/Steam drive where the read speed can be fully exploited, but it is wholly serviceable as a boot drive. Still better than most mid tier SSDs.