When it comes to solid state drives, there are some names that you can just trust outright, and I believe that ADATA is one of them. They have certainly come up with their fair share of winners in the past, and this time around, with the ADATA XPG SX910, the company has raised the bar when it comes to reliability in the realm of solid state drives. What makes the ADATA XPG SX910 so special? For starters, it has a 7% capacity increase over common SSDs which rely on a SandForce controller, making sure you have a combination of performance and capacity without missing a beat, backed by a five-year warranty to boot.
The ADATA XPG SX910 will rely on new optimized firmware so that it can maximize utilization of the NAND Flash components, paving the way for maximum use of its storage. It is said to suffer from no loss to performance, hitting a maximum 4k random read/write speeds at 50,000 and 85,000 IOPS respectively, not to mention sequential read and write speeds that reach 550 and 530MB/sec.
You can choose from 128GB, 256GB and 512GB capacities which will retail for $189.99, $379.99 and $749.99, respectively.
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