News Adata XPG SX8100 M.2 SSD Features PCIe 3.0 x4, SLC and DRAM Caching

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Wow, this thing ticks all the boxes, for me. If pricing is competitive with other high-end consumer NVMe drives, I'll seriously consider it.

Recently, I was having a serious think about Intel's 760p. The main downside being its lackluster performance, but the main upside being its end-to-end data protection and its price. If this can deliver on the first two, I'd be willing to pay a fair bit more.
 

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