That may explain why you don't hear much about Mushkin any more. I haven't come across their memory in quite some time, and was simply filling the OP in on a company he'd never heard of.
ADATA has a rocky reputation in the storage world, some good some bad. We don't recommend them in our IT business.
To be honest, we only recommend Samsung for SSD and NVMe. Period. Nothing compares, performance has been proven time and time again, and for the life of any drive the occasional price increase over WD Black NVMe or similar like Crucial (who in our opinion are terrible in the storage market) is worth every penny. Plus, the software and firmware processing is excellent when compared to the majority of solid state offerings. I'm currently testing the 660p 2TB NVMe simply because of the cost savings.... For storage-only it's fine, but my 970 Pro performance numbers are more than double so the Intel would never even be considered for a boot drive.