Adata XPG Gammix S11 960GB NVMe SSD Review: Top Dollar Performance At Bottom Dollar Prices

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bburko01

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I was just thinking of upgrading to a M.2 with the 1 TB Sasmsung 970 Pro. I do a fair amount of hobby stuff with the Adobe suite (photoshop, after effects and premier pro). The only game I really play is World of Warships. I'll have to compare specs but the XPG has the same amount of space pretty much. Do you guys think I would do just as well and saving some cash by getting the XPG? Only difference I see here is the TBW. Not sure if I need to be seriously concerned with that. Thanks for your thoughts,
 

USAFRet

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For your use, the 970 EVO is zero performance difference from the 970 Pro.

But that ADATA would probably serve just as well.
 

AgentLozen

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I appreciate that you included a mechanical hard drive in some of these benchmarks. It helps put SSD performance in perspective when you see that mechanical drive lagging behind with 1/10 of the performance.
 

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Will it be supported eventually and is good enough to use without the ssd toolbox?
 

USAFRet

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"eventually"...only ADATA knows.

Good enough? Maybe. I wouldn't discount that drive simply because that toolkit doesn't know about it.
For similar performance to a 970 Pro, and significant price reduction....I might go for it if I was in the market for a M.2 NVMe.
 
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