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Thanks for the update, Cars. I have often wondered about ADATA, so your opinion is helpful. I tend to gravitate toward Samsung, but I know there are many other good options out in the wild.

I plan on building a new system, which will likely happen next year. I have no doubt I'll choose an M.2 drive over a standard SATA SSD.
I can attest to the speed. I'm using an NVMe M2 Samsung 960 EVO and while I really like the speed, it was a bit of a hassle getting Windows 7 loaded.
Recently cloned my old Samsung 840 Pro on to a new A-Data SX8200.

Just wanted to share with you guys how epic this drive is. Who needs PCIe 4.0? The speeds are already fine!

For only $127, you get 1TB of fast NVMe storage from

Controller:   Silicon Motion SM2262EN
NAND Flash: Intel/Micron 64L 3D TLC

Great AS SSD results overall! I wish 4k1T was higher, but with mutli-threaded, it's great!

I play a lot Cities Skylines with addons, which is very RAM, Storage, and 4-6 thread CPU intensive, and it improved the load times of saved games from 8 minutes to 3.5 minutes. (I have a lot of added assets and mods)

A-Data SX8200 1TB NVMe Drive at Amazon

Now I need the Ryzen 3700X and X470 motherboard to go on sale! :)

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Electronics / Re: OnePlus 6T
« Last post by scuzzy on Oct 30, 2019, 08:59 AM »
Electronics / Re: New router choice
« Last post by scuzzy on Oct 14, 2019, 09:14 AM »
I'm glad to hear that. Asus for the most part has worked well for me. I've considered and tried other brands including Linksys, but Asus remains my favorite. Too bad it isn't perfect. :)
Electronics / Re: New router choice
« Last post by Bill on Oct 13, 2019, 08:53 AM »
It seems to be fine.  Last night I had a little delay once.  But that has been the only glitch, and I have not rebooted since start up.
Electronics / Re: New router choice
« Last post by scuzzy on Oct 12, 2019, 08:43 PM »
How's the new router coming along?
Hardware/Software/Websites & Reviews / Re: Power banks
« Last post by scuzzy on Oct 08, 2019, 04:45 PM »
I bought my replacements at BatterySharks. Spent about 1/2 as much as the APC batteries, and they've been working fine since.
Electronics / Re: Dump the trash
« Last post by scuzzy on Oct 08, 2019, 04:43 PM »
And here I thought I had happily gone into retirement.

Scuzzy; this is what happens when I think, when I'm not used to it.
Electronics / Re: Dump the trash
« Last post by Bill on Oct 08, 2019, 01:39 PM »
Whoa, look who poasted.  Nice to see your signature again. Can't say its nice to see you...'cause I can't.
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