ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro PCI-E x4 NVMe M.2 SSD, 1TB

MX74396 XPG SX8200 Pro PCI-E x4 NVMe M.2 SSD, 1TB
MX74396 XPG SX8200 Pro PCI-E x4 NVMe M.2 SSD, 1TB

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They seem good

Submitted on Wednesday, October 30, 2019
By David Dennison
From Calgary

Strengths of the product

I've a pair of the 1TB SX8200 Pro drives. One each in a pair of GPU compute boxes. The SX8200 drives can keep up with a 2080ti training in Caffe or Tensorflow, and with a Radeon VII training in Tensorflow: either reading individual image files or reading from tfrecord or whatever Caffe calls it's archive format. This use case is very read intensive and not write intensive. YMMV...

Weaknesses of the product

None so far, one drive has been in service six months and the other four months.

Additional Comments

Nice drives.

One died, 2nd was good

Submitted on Monday, August 05, 2019
By Win
From Edmonton

Strengths of the product

- Competitively priced - Strong performer

Weaknesses of the product

- First drive died - Slow RMA process

Additional Comments

Have 2 of these running in Raid 0 in an ASUS ROG Zephyrus S GX502 laptop. Averaging 2,600MB/s transfer speeds, with a maximum of 4,345MB/s. Access time is 0.065ms. The averages are maintained throughout lengthy file transfers. Running it as a single drive, I averaged 700-800MB/s. The first one died, though it is uncertain whether it died on its own, or the also dying ASUS Maximus XI Hero Z390 board took it down along with it. Second drive has been running good.
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