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Today only. Newegg has the ADATA XPG SX900 ASX900S3-256GM-C 2.5" 256GB SATA III Internal Solid State Drive for $140 - 10% off with coupon code MASTERPASS [Exp 12/21] when you checkout with Masterpass + $1 shipping = $127 shipped. Features up to 550 MB/s max sequential read and up to 530 MB/s max sequential write speeds.
$174 Retail: $215

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    oLEFTo Ben's cred: 23
    Posted 1:30 pm PST 12/9/13

    is this good? how does this compare to ocz agility 4?
    thx!

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    tannim Ben's cred: 18
    Posted 1:56 pm PST 12/9/13

    I only know that OCZ is in bankruptcy court currently. Looks like a good deal though.

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    zilym Ben's cred: 35
    Posted 7:48 am PST 12/10/13

    I like ADATA SD cards from way back when they were practically giving them away after rebate. One of my lowest power consuming cards was from ADATA.

    On the other hand, this drive incorporates a Sandforce SSD controller, which I don't like. Had so many headaches with Sandforce SSDs crashing PCs in the past. My Corsair SSD with Sandforce controller totally didn't work until Corsair recalled the drive and gave me a new one. Even then, it took several firmware upgrades before it started working well enough to use. My dad's Intel SSD with Sandforce controller never worked right for him, even the RMA replacement still crashed his PC. I'm never going to try another Sandforce SSD drive until it is dirt cheap (like maybe $20).

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    oLEFTo Ben's cred: 23
    Posted 8:54 am PST 12/10/13

    zilym wrote:
    I like ADATA SD cards from way back when they were practically giving them away after rebate. One of my lowest power consuming cards was from ADATA. On the other hand, this drive incorporates a Sandforce SSD controller, which I don't like. Had so many headaches with Sandforce SSDs crashing PCs in the past. My Corsair SSD with Sandforce controller totally didn't work until Corsair recalled the drive and gave me a new one. Even then, it took several firmware upgrades before it started working well enough to use. My dad's Intel SSD with Sandforce controller never worked right for him, even the RMA replacement still crashed his PC. I'm never going to try another Sandforce SSD drive until it is dirt cheap (like maybe $20).


    thanks dude! guess i will pass on this one to save some trouble Smile

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