Question XPG SX8200 Pro Vs Silicon Power P32A80

Which do you prefer

  • Silicon Power P32A80

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I don't know which to choose...
By comparing both 1TB,
XPG SX8200 Pro = $203 , SP P32A80 = $145.
R/W XPG = 3500/3000 , SP = 3200/3000
I don't know which is better for performance (not considering R/W speed as both similar), durability and quality. Any experienced or who are using these M.2 ssd, I need some advice.
Thanks~
 
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Dont know about sp much but I am using the sx8200 pro it sure is fast boots my windows within mere seconds extraction of files is also very fast
 
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I do know that XPG SX8200 Pro runs so well with does crazy R?W speed at low price, still a gaming ssd. It's my target to buy for months, but recently i found this SP P32A80 with lower price and high R/W speed which can compare with XPG so I try to ask for more info about SP P32A80 to think which to buy
 
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If you are looking just for gaming get a small space m.2 for windows and a larger space ssd that can hold your games the performance 1wouldnt be notoceably different and your windows will also boot entirely fast as the purpose for m.2 is
 
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If you are looking just for gaming get a small space m.2 for windows and a larger space ssd that can hold your games the performance 1wouldnt be notoceably different and your windows will also boot entirely fast as the purpose for m.2 is
I just want to find a better choice on budget and best value ssd, because this may be my last upgrade on my laptop to have a better performance and get smoother on windows and other heavy software. As I found this SP ssd recently with that low cost, so I wonder if it's a good ssd.
 
Intel's 660P 1 TB is currently $109 or so... By comparison, the 970 EVO PLus 1 TB is $247....

Does it have the 3200/3400 MB/sec numbers to brag about? No, it's but a PCI-E X2 lanes at 'only' 1600-1700 MB/sec writes....

WIll you be able to tell the difference outside of CrystalDiskMark? Doubtful..
 
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Samsung and Crucial are both expensive and out of my budget especially for Samsung, twice more expensive than these two. Both of them are having 5 year warranty which I can choose to send back the supplying shops to claim my warranty.
 

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