Subject: Storage | July 11, 2017 - 01:42 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: SU900, adata, 256GB, mlc, SM2258, sata ssd
Adata have added a new series of SSDs to their Ultimate lineup, the SU900, which ranges from the 256GB model sent to The Tech Report to review straight through to a 2TB model. This incarnation uses 3D MLC flash but retains the Silicon Motion SM2258 controller which was used on the SU800s. In testing the drive surpassed the previous Ultimate drive but did not quite reach the performance levels of the Samsung 850 EVO in some benchmarks, however it did in the actual usage testing. If you are looking for a drive in that class and have concerns about the longevity of TLC flash, this drive is worth a look.
"Adata has issued an update to its Ultimate line of SSDs with its SU900 family. Join us as we find out how much of an upgrade 3D MLC flash brings to the company's Ultimate drives versus its past forays with 3D TLC NAND."
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- Lexar JumpDrive P20 128GB & S57 256GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Comparison @ NikKTech