NVMe SSDs are taking over & dropping in price, ADATA’s XPG 128GB is $43 (Reg. up to $55)
Update 4/10: Platinum Micro via Rakuten offers the Kingston A400 SSD 120GB SATA 3 2.5-inch Solid State Drive for $34.99 shipped when code PLM6K is used at checkout (Reg. $45). Rated 4.6/5 stars at Amazon.
Newegg’s official eBay storefront offers the ADATA XPG SX6000 PCIe 128GB 3D NAND PCIe Gen3 M.2 SSD for $42.99 shipped. Currently $53 at Amazon and $48 at Newegg, this is the lowest we’ve seen it offered and the best available. If you’ve been looking for a way to speed up your computer, NVMe SSDs are all the rage right now. We used an NVMe SSD in our budget gaming PC build we recently completed. Rated 4/5 stars on Amazon.
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ADATA XPG SX6000 128GB NVMe SSD features:
- PCIe Gen3 M.2 2280 NVMe 1.2 qualified 3D NAND SSD
- R/W speed up to 1000/800 MB/s
- Heatsink kit Included
- 5 Year Warranty
The XPG SX6000 combines superior speed and a better cost-performance ratio in a compact M.2 2280 form factor, great for gamers, PC enthusiasts, and video rendering professionals. It’s perfect for anyone feeling the need for speed and thus an upgrade from traditional SATA SSDs. Utilizing a PCIe Gen3x2 interface, the SX6000 reaches read/write speeds of up to 1000/800MB per second for faster boot, game downloads, and data transfers. NVMe 1.2 qualified, the SX6000 delivers superior random read/write performance and multi-tasking capabilities. It implements 3D NAND Flash, which provides storage density up to 1TB and improved reliability compared to 2D NAND. With support for SLC Caching and DRAM Cache Buffer, the SX6000 maintains optimized performance and data integrity during even intense gaming, rendering, or other high demand applications.
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