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2013-06-21T12:20:31Z

ADATA XPG SX900 256GB SSD ReviewThe SSD market is very competitive at the moment, to say the least, and though ADATA isn’t always necessarily front and center, the company has a handful of interesting product offerings, including the ADATA XPG SX900 we'll be showing you here.

SSD manufacturers sometimes roll with proprietary controllers, such as OCZ and Samsung, while others adopt third-party products. ADATA falls into the latter category. The XPG SX900 packs an LSI SandForce 2281 controller, which is one of the more popular solutions at this time...

ADATA XPG SX900 256GB SSD Review

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AdamMichael
2013-06-27T22:49:42Z

Might put one in my system...

fyrbeast
2013-06-28T05:46:09Z

Been thinking about getting one myself, but with so many out there to choose from...not sure who the leaders are. Always been a WD fan, but the one I had in my laptop didn't really seem to perform very well. Any advice on which brands are better?

Thanks

realneil
2013-06-28T09:04:13Z

I have an Adata SATA-II 120GB drive now. I t has good performance and is reliable too. I wouldn't hesitate to buy another SSD from them.

JoePhillips
2013-06-29T23:38:23Z

Id like to have one of these to swap out my 64gb Kingston SSD with.

GoldenNathan
2013-07-27T13:21:26Z

I don't understand why SSD is so damn expensive compared to HDD..

Clixxer
2013-07-27T14:42:37Z

GoldenNathan wrote:

I don't understand why SSD is so damn expensive compared to HDD..

Type of memory it uses. Non-volatile flash memory. Spindles are cheap :P