Review Adata XPG SX6000 Pro M.2 NVMe SSD Review: Paying More for Less

Giroro

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Jan 22, 2015
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Pros: "Large SLC write cache "

later:
"Unlike most SSDs we have tested, the SX6000 Pro doesn’t feature an SLC write cache, but rather an MLC write cache, or so it appears. "

Overall this drive seems like a poorly balanced design. Especially considering the SX8200 Pro is only $135 on Amazon right now.
 
Sep 19, 2019
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I had both a Crucial P1 and this drive (Crucial came in my laptop, bought the SX6000 pro), and having swapped them between the laptops they were in to compare (Dell Latitude 7490 and Dell Latitude 5289), I was far more impressed with the performance of the SX6000 pro than I ever was with the P1. While I haven't had a 660, given the P1 is identical other than firmware, and the sx6000 pro is usually the same price or a few dollars less every time I look for a new drive, I'd take this any day over a 660.
 

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