ADATA 256gb for $140, a steal?
Jump to content
|Topic||Stats||Last action by|
|Xbox One vs. PS4 vs. Wii U: Microsoft Still Trailing Behind||
|WZOR Talks About Windows (Codename) 9, Is a DP Imminent?||
|The Big Wrestling Thread!||
|i5 with 1 GB VRAM or i3 with 2 GB VRAM?||
|Trying to setup my external HD to home network for all computers to access...confused tho...||
Posted 27 December 2013 - 14:29
That one has a SandForce controller, so I'd stay far far away from it. Those controllers have notorious reliability issues. Plus it's old and obsolete technology.
My suggestion is to spend a little bit more and get a quality and reliable brand:
Posted 27 December 2013 - 14:32
Posted 01 January 2014 - 01:23
Posted 05 January 2014 - 23:39
Yea I've never heard of ADATA in the SSD market. Would go with one of the bigger players.
Posted 07 January 2014 - 07:52
I used one ADATA SSD drive for a server application. No problems noted, but one single drive doesn't provide a lot of data, good or bad.
Posted 07 January 2014 - 08:14
I put in a 128GB SP900 in my Mom's PC. It's quick and has been working fine for several months now. The new Sandforce controllers and firmware seem to be a lot more reliable then the original ones used by OCZ. I also have a Sandforce based Daytona drive in my LAN rig, and a refurbed OCZ Vertex 2 (although the jury is still out on the Vertex, only had it since Christmas - Dad's PC). But truth be told; all of my main machines use either Samsung 830s, 840s, EVOs, or Crucial M4s.