Tag Archives: AData

SMI Samples First SD Express Memory Card with SMI SM2708 Controller – Benched at 900MB/s

It hasn’t been that long now since the introduction of CF Express Type B cards have pushed storage performance to 1750MB/s in the media industry. Media professionals understand that storage speeds are everything; the key thought being that continuous video or photography can only be accomplished with high speed storage concurrent to their activity.  Any DSLR owner knows EXACTLY what …

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XPG GAMMIX S70 2TB Gen4 NVMe M.2 SSD Review – As Fast as They Come

Perhaps one of the most admirable traits about ADATA and their gaming brand XPG throughout the years is their willingness to incorporate a wide range of SSD components in their products.  We don’t think that there is another that comes remotely close, most latching on to a certain manufacturer and establishing long lasting partnerships.  Thistrait  is the case with respect …

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ADATA Swordfish 1TB NVMe SSD Review – The Last Word in Value

There is no question that, unless there is a specific task requirement for a new SSD, the consumer looks at price.  It’s no different than any other product really where a quality product and low price will always be a top seller.  In the electronic world, SSDs haven’t really gained the notoriety that the hard drive has, which is unfortunate. …

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XPG Spectrix S40G RGB NVMe M.2 SSD Review (1TB)

On the test bench today is the XPG Spectrix S40G M.2 NVMe RGB SSD.  RGB has become very popular in the last few years and the fact that this SSDs RGB package can be configured with XPG’s own software package is a bonus, as well as its configuration being part and parcel with some motherboards. As a storage reviewer, however, …

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ADATA SE800 External SSD Review (512GB)

USB 3.2 Gen 2 with Type-C has become the norm as of late and more systems these days are being sold with USB-C or Thunderbolt included.  Simply put, this means faster transfer speeds between your system and external storage, this storage being bus powered and not requiring a separate adapter and cable to power the device.  ADATA has recently released …

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