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User Info: ryandavison

ryandavison
1 month ago#1
I'm fixing to buy an M.2 drive next week for my computer and I've narrowed my choice down to 2 and I was wondering which of these 2 M.2 drive is better and faster

Intel SSD 760p Series 256GB M.2-2280 NVMe PCIe

Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 256GB M.2-2280 SSD

Thanks in advane
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User Info: thepro189

thepro189
1 month ago#2
the other ssd is sata 3 right?

i’d go with the adata. nvme ssds arent worth it unless you’re sending double digit GB files very frequently.

User Info: Foxfire15

Foxfire15
1 month ago#3
They're about the same price, get the Intel. No reason to get the SATA unless there's a major price difference or your board doesn't support NVMe.
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User Info: ryandavison

ryandavison
1 month ago#4
My board supports both SATA and NVMe and according to the specs on the site I'm ordering from they are both NVMe

The site is: www.cclonline.com if you want to check them out for yourselves
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User Info: Foxfire15

Foxfire15
1 month ago#5
ryandavison posted...
My board supports both SATA and NVMe and according to the specs on the site I'm ordering from they are both NVMe

The site is: www.cclonline.com if you want to check them out for yourselves


Quick googling seems to suggest the SX8200 is better. They're both NVMe, so get that one I guess. Cost is again, about the same. Disregard my previous post.
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User Info: ryandavison

ryandavison
1 month ago#6
Foxfire15 posted...
ryandavison posted...
My board supports both SATA and NVMe and according to the specs on the site I'm ordering from they are both NVMe

The site is: www.cclonline.com if you want to check them out for yourselves


Quick googling seems to suggest the SX8200 is better. They're both NVMe, so get that one I guess. Cost is again, about the same. Disregard my previous post.


Thanks, yeah the specs looked better on that 1 too, so I just wanted a second opinion just to be on the safe side
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