Adata XPG 1TB Gammix S10 PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD Drive

Adata XPG 1TB Gammix S10 PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD Drive

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Fast, efficient, and equipped with plenty of storage, the Adata XPG 1TB Gammix S10 PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD has been optimized for even the most intense gaming, rendering, overclocking, and demanding applications. The PCIe Gen3x4 interface allows for read/write speeds of 1,800 MB/s and 850 MB/s, while 3D NAND flash technology means it can process quicker and more reliably than planar NAND drives Read More

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AD2017am
90
Mar 15, 2018
I would like to add this to dispel the idea of 'gaming' NVMe SSD's Almost any game WILL see a noticable reduction time betweeen a hard drive and a SATA ssd, however there is VIRTUALLY NO DIFFERENCE between game loading times on SATA and NVMe SSD's as the processor becomes the limiting factor at the SATA SSD point
naveeny1974
1
Mar 14, 2018
Plus this is the TLC version not the MLC. You can get the MLC 512gb on Amazon for $180. The 1tb is more expensive obviously.
Uberdoodle
55
Mar 14, 2018
I've been waiting for a good NVMe deal, but this just kinda hurts to look at. For 13% higher price, a 960 EVO 1TB gets you (according to spec): 78% higher read speeds 123% higher write speeds 175% higher IOPS The only thing I would say is that perhaps this M.2 drive is much more stylish, if you're into that sort of thing.
Boomtown
123
Mar 16, 2018
Right. But I don't work with big files and many other buyers don't either. In terms of playing games there's not much impact between this and the Samsung. So the extra money to buy faster memory wont be very beneficial. $ to performance wise.
JRye
8
Mar 16, 2018
Yea but games wasn't the point I was making. To your point, this drive is fine for gaming and system boot since it won't make a noticeable difference. It's a good pick for this community to your point of "gamers." My point is there are much faster drives with nvme that will be a better pick for someone working in media and not just gaming. I have to imagine there are more people than just me working in media on this site. This drive is as fast as anything out there for gaming or just booting a PC. But for anything in media, samsung's nvme drives offer way faster data transfer which makes a huge difference in time it takes to export transfer or both. This drive, as you've pointed out, will be just as fast for booting your system or gaming. My point is that if your doing media, there is better in terms of data transfer out there.
Sbellew
52
Mar 14, 2018
Not a good deal - quick search showed only about $20 cheaper than some other websites and I don't have to wait until April to get it...
JohnnyXCG
54
Mar 14, 2018
man dat speed slow asf..
Demoknight
36
Mar 14, 2018
I was wondering the same thing. I have the Samsung 960 Evo 1TB and I get like 2500MB R/W in my testing.
SkipPp
278
Mar 14, 2018
Yeah, what we really need are some WD Velociraptors! Get two fat 30 gb drives in RAID 0, and half a dozen fans to cool them, and we can fly.