ADATA XPG SX900 256GB SSD Review

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Next we ran SiSoft SANDRA, the the System ANalyzer, Diagnostic and Reporting Assistant. Here, we used the Physical Disk test suite and provided the results from our comparison SSDs. The benchmarks were run without formatting (which is a requirement for the write test) and read and write performance metrics are detailed below.

SiSoft SANDRA 2013
Synthetic Disk Benchmarking



In SANDRA, the XPG SX900 delivered the top read score, narrowly edging out the OCZ Vertex 450, but in the write test, it evinces some of the same relatively weak speeds as some other SandForce drives.
 
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AdamMichael one year ago

Might put one in my system...

fyrbeast one year ago

Been thinking about getting one myself, but with so many out there to choose from...not sure who the leaders are. Always been a WD fan, but the one I had in my laptop didn't really seem to perform very well. Any advice on which brands are better?

Thanks

realneil one year ago

I have an Adata SATA-II 120GB drive now. I t has good performance and is reliable too. I wouldn't hesitate to buy another SSD from them.

JoePhillips one year ago

Id like to have one of these to swap out my 64gb Kingston SSD with.

GoldenNAthan one year ago

I don't understand why SSD is so damn expensive compared to HDD..

Clixxer one year ago

[quote user="GoldenNathan"]

I don't understand why SSD is so damn expensive compared to HDD..

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Type of memory it uses. Non-volatile flash memory. Spindles are cheap :P

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