Question Best SSD M.2 Nvme option

Aug 9, 2020
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I bought this SSD

Adata S40g 256 gb

The thing is, many people told me that ssd is garbage, so idk

i'm about to return it and buy a 512gb adata xpg sx8200 pro
 

USAFRet

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Personally, I wouldn't buy an ADATA.
Whatever size or protocol.

What is your budget?
What size?
What motherboard is this going on?
What do you use the system for?
What other dries are in this?
 
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Personally, I wouldn't buy an ADATA.
Whatever size or protocol.

What is your budget?
What size?
What motherboard is this going on?
What do you use the system for?
What other dries are in this?
like 80 usd, the thing is i live in Mexico so prices are different on some brands, for example i can't buy an evo 970 because of the inflation
 
Aug 9, 2020
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And the rest of the questions?

There is a wide range between a 970 EVO and an ADATA.
What is your budget? 80-100 usd
What size? 512gb i guess, 256gb i wouldn't mind.
What motherboard is this going on? Rog Strix B350
What do you use the system for? Gaming and drawing
What other dries are in this? i'll guess you mean "drives"? 1tb hdd, 2 tb hdd, 120 ssd
 

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If I were you I'd find out if the WD Black M.2 SSDs are the same price point. Opted for that over samsung as it was quite a bit cheaper and compares really well spec wise to the samsung. Its a well reviewed unit I have no regrets getting.
 
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If I were you I'd find out if the WD Black M.2 SSDs are the same price point. Opted for that over samsung as it was quite a bit cheaper and compares really well spec wise to the samsung. Its a well reviewed unit I have no regrets getting.
what about a samsung PM981 512 gb for 60 usd
 

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