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ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB M.2 SSD $204.52 + Delivery (Free with Prime) @ Amazon UK via Amazon AU


Great high performance SSD, comparable to the Samsung 970 EVO Plus in every way but for a lot less (except that it's double sided).

Uses TLC NAND, has a DRAM cache, 600TBW endurance and a decent SLC buffer. Silicon Motion SM2262EN controller.

Close to the lowest price it has been according to camelcamelcamel.com

EDIT: $205.06 -> $204.52

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  • This is also an option - 1tb and 2tb are reasonably priced.


  • decent review of the 2TB version

    tl:dr - competes well with Samsung 960 pro and Samsung 970 evo plus

  • I've had this for a year, it's the shizzle. Transferring from my fastest spinning hard drive and this thing barely reaches 10% use.

    • If I understood correctly, you transferring from spinning drive to this drive? Bottleneck seems to be your connection (usb) or spinning drive.

  • Got one thanks, was just the other day lamenting that I had to delete a game to install HZD. Looks like a good value performer.

  • Bought one of these recently after seeing the gear seekers comparison to the samsung 970 evo and no ragrets. Super fast drive and will be buying again for future PC builds

  • I have the 500gb after being recommended to me on Ozb, i use as a OS drive and I'm happy with it

  • I ordered this the last time it was on special. Amazon sent me the 500GB version instead and I had to go out of my way to print the return label and get it returned. Still waiting on my refund from my order. It has been 2 months.:(

    Good deal but I am not going to risk it again.

  • what does the adata do that the kingston a2000 at $160 local stock doesn’t?

    • It really depends on your needs. I was a bit gung-ho and ordered this because it's a very highly ranked SSD. After doing a bit more research over the weekend I'm considering cancelling this and just getting a more budget drive like the WD SN550 or A2000. For my needs (gaming load times etc) there's basically stuff all difference between the more expensive drives and the mid-range. Talking like a 40%+ higher price for 5-10% lower load times. I guess the same is true with nearly all hardware where you see diminishing returns wrt $/performance, It just depends where you decide to draw the line.

      At this stage I'm still doing my research. Probs not worth my time to be quibbling over $50 but I enjoy the experience.

      My current drive which is a bit small now is the Intel 600P which I thought might be a bit long in the tooth but still fares well wrt game loading times.


  • Shows as $215.30 + Delivery now

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