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i want to buy one nvme 1TB for my windows 10 ..

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deathst

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because in some months i will buy new cpu+RAM + AND MOTHERBOARD ,, i want to buy one nvme 1TB for my windows 10 ..

i saw some nvmes in 1 TB but i dont know if they are good

SX8200 Pro 1TB https://www.amazon.com/XPG-SX8200-Ge.../dp/B07K1J3C23 for performance, speed, and quality??


Corsair MP510,

Sabrent Rocket,

MyDigitalSSD, and

Gigabyte Aorus are very good??

also i went in that link https://www.overclock.net/forum/355-...2-toshiba.html

but it has alot of nvmes
A list of drives with Phison E12 + Toshiba memory chips:

Addlink S70
Asura Genesis Xtreme
Corsair Force Series MP510 960GB, M.2 (CSSD-F960GBMP510)
Digifast Ace
Galax HOF
Gigabyte Aorus RGB AIC NVMe SSD 1TB, PCIe 3.0 x4 (GP-ASACNE2100TTTDR)
HIKVision C2000
Inland Premium (not in EU)
LiteOn MU X1 1TB, M.2 (PP5-GD1024)
MyDigitalSSD BPX Pro 960GB (not in EU yet, if ever, been on market a while now elsewhere, their only EU distributor's site is dead too)
Patriot Viper VPN100 NVMe SSD 1TB, M.2 (VPN100-1TBM28H)
*Pioneer APS-SE20G
PNY XLR8 CS3030 M.2 NVMe SSD 1TB, M.2 (M280CS3030-1TB-RB)
Sabrent 1TB Rocket (SB-ROCKET-1TB) (barely available and expensive in EU)
Seagate BarraCuda 510 SSD 1TB, M.2
Seagate FireCuda 510 SSD 1TB, M.2 (ZP1000GM30011)
Silicon Power P34A80 1TB, M.2 (SP001TBP34A80M28)
TeamGroup Cardea II
TeamGroup Cardea Liquid
TeamGroup PCIe SSD MP34 1TB, M.2 (TM8FP4001T0C101)

SM2262EN + Micron memory chips:



ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB, M.2 (ASX8200PNP-1TT-C)
HP SSD EX950 M.2 1TB, M.2 (5MS23AA#ABB)
 

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Personally, I won't buy anything without reading a review first.





A quick read of the review, I would narrow it down to these 4 drives + the SX8200 Pro and EX950. The Corsair and Silicon Power are basically the same drive. Another one to consider would be the Western Digital SN750 Black.Gigabyte drive didn't do too well.

 

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Personally, I won't buy anything without reading a review first.





A quick read of the review, I would narrow it down to these 4 drives + the SX8200 Pro and EX950. The Corsair and Silicon Power are basically the same drive. Another one to consider would be the Western Digital SN750 Black.Gigabyte drive didn't do too well.


so from all these nvmes which are the best top 3?? FOR YOU?

which nvme are you suggested me to buy??

IS IT WORTH TO BUY THE https://www.amazon.com/XPG-SX8200-Gen3x4-3000MB-ASX8200PNP-1TT-C/dp/B07K1J3C23???

also what is your opinion for the Corsair MP510, ??
 
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From the 4 E12 based drives, they are going to perform very close to each other since they all use the same design. All of them have the same 5 year warranty period. So pick the one that's the cheapest if price is the only concern. I'm not sure how good the customer service is in your part of the world. If that's a concern, then pick Seagate FireCuda since they are pretty established company.

Two things of note. Corsiar MP510 is similar to Silicon Power P34A80 so don't expect there is any performance difference. Seagate BarraCude 1TB doesn't come in NVME, only SATA.

Based on prices on Amazon US:

AData SX8200 Pro is $210 USD, that's $100 USD more than the Silicon Power P34A80 at $115. Seagate Firecuda is around $190 as well. Surprisingly, WD SN750 Black 1TB is also $190. MP510 is $125 USD. Addlink at $115 as well.

Considering these prices, Firecuda is too expensive for the level of performance. AData and WD seem too expensive when compared to Samsung 980 EVO Plus, 970 EVO, and 970 EVO Plus. Silicon Power or Corsair seem to be the winner at the $120 USD price point.

In summary, at the $200 USD price range, I would go with Samsung 970 EVO, 970 EVO Plus, 980 EVO, or 980 EVO Plus. At $150 range, I would pick Corsair MP510 or Silicon Power P34A80. I did a quick look on Amazon Germany, the pricing difference seems about the same as Amazon US.
 

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From the 4 E12 based drives, they are going to perform very close to each other since they all use the same design. All of them have the same 5 year warranty period. So pick the one that's the cheapest if price is the only concern. I'm not sure how good the customer service is in your part of the world. If that's a concern, then pick Seagate FireCuda since they are pretty established company.

Two things of note. Corsiar MP510 is similar to Silicon Power P34A80 so don't expect there is any performance difference. Seagate BarraCude 1TB doesn't come in NVME, only SATA.

Based on prices on Amazon US:

AData SX8200 Pro is $210 USD, that's $100 USD more than the Silicon Power P34A80 at $115. Seagate Firecuda is around $190 as well. Surprisingly, WD SN750 Black 1TB is also $190. MP510 is $125 USD. Addlink at $115 as well.

Considering these prices, Firecuda is too expensive for the level of performance. AData and WD seem too expensive when compared to Samsung 980 EVO Plus, 970 EVO, and 970 EVO Plus. Silicon Power or Corsair seem to be the winner at the $120 USD price point.

In summary, at the $200 USD price range, I would go with Samsung 970 EVO, 970 EVO Plus, 980 EVO, or 980 EVO Plus. At $150 range, I would pick Corsair MP510 or Silicon Power P34A80. I did a quick look on Amazon Germany, the pricing difference seems about the same as Amazon US.

in performance and quality the Corsair Force Series MP510 960GB, M.2 and AData SX8200 Pro are very good nvmes/?? like the 970 EVO Plus,??

also where did you find the 980 EVO Plus???
 

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I can speak for the both the ADATA/corsair drives there good just tend to run hot and throttle a little bit. I put heatsinks on both and still had heat issues. I switched them out for this one that runs cool and super fast


but have heard good thing about intel only downside to me is the 660p is qlc vs Adata being tlc

 

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Sorry, I made a mistake, the Samsung 980 doesn't exist yet.

Quality is hard to tell, unless you read about a batch of them failing within a few months of each other, you can't say for sure there's a quality problem. I dealt with Corsair, Gigabyte, Asus, and AData warranty before and I didn't have a huge problem with them. But that's in Canada and not Europe so I can't say how they will treat you if the drive fails.

@Bee: what kind of heatsink are you using? Just the thin ones or the chunky double sided ones?
 

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These cheap ones I mean they did drop it 10c with airflow. problems I had were the ab350 gaming 3 I was using puts the nvme SSD under the GPU not the best place for a hot ssd lol.

The new Adata ones I run come with a little heatsink but really don't need it there super cool 30c to 40c under load.

 

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These cheap ones I mean they did drop it 10c with airflow. problems I had were the ab350 gaming 3 I was using puts the nvme SSD under the GPU not the best place for a hot ssd lol.

The new Adata ones I run come with a little heatsink but really don't need it there super cool 30c to 40c under load.


so which to buy from these 2/??
ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB 3D NAND NVMe Gen3x4 PCIe M.2 2280 Solid State Drive R/W 3500/3000MB/s SSD (ASX8200PNP-1TT-C)


or


CORSAIR FORCE Series MP510 960GB NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 SSD Solid State Storage, Up to 3,480MB/s
 
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