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ADATA SP550 960GB Specs

Release Date in Philippines
ModelSP550
DateDec 2015
Features
SSD form factor2.5"
SSD capacity960 GB
InterfaceSerial ATA III
Read speed520 MB/s
Write speed490 MB/s
Data transfer rate6 Gbit/s
Random read (4KB)80000 IOPS
Random write (4KB)35000 IOPS
RAID supportYes
ECCYes
Mean time between failures (MTBF)1500000 h
Protection featuresShock resistant
TBW rating180
RoHS complianceYes
CertificationCE, FCC, BSMI

Reviews of ADATA SP550 960GB

techgage.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-30
The benefits of solid-state drives are easy to wax poetic about, but the proof is in having utilized a system equipped with one. The sheer responsiveness can feel like a full system upgrade and raises the bar for what to expect from the device ( even a co...
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Techreport.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-09
TLC NAND has proliferated throughout the storage market, particularly at the lower end. "Budget" is now essentially a code word for TLC in the industry, as cheap MLC drives like Crucial's BX100 or Mushkin's Reactor have become a dying breed. These days, h...
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legitreviews.com
Reviewed on 2016-06-16
If you are looking for a low cost SSD for you system you have likely seen the ADATA Premier SP550 SSDs for sale online. The Premier SP550 is one of the lowest priced SSDs around and feature a Silicon Motion SM2256 controller and SK Hynix 16nm Triple-Level...
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modders-inc.com
Reviewed on 2016-05-11
The ADATA SP550 is offered at a much wider range than the ADATA SX930, available from 120GB up to 950GB. Within ADATA's Premier SSD line, the SP550 is at the bottom of the stack, offered as an entry level storage solution directly beneath the SP600 which...
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anandtech.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-23
Silicon Motion's SM2246EN SSD controller was a highly successful solution for SSDs using MLC NAND flash. It offered a great combination of power efficiency, solid performance, and low cost. Last year we got an early look at the successor SM2256 controller...
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tomshardware.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-24
Cheap! The 240GB model is the sweet spot for the SP550 series but all of the drives break new ground for retail SSDs.
Sustained write performance is a problem with most TLC drives and the SP550 just can't shake the TLC blues.
In time, Ad...
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thinkcomputers.org
Reviewed on 2015-10-29
Solid read speeds, ADATA has their own SSD Toolbox software, Free copy of Acronis True Image HD, 7mm to 9.5mm adapter included, Price
Some of the slowest sustained write speeds we've seen on an SSD
Over the past year ADATA has released a number of different solid state drives aimed at different market segments. Not that long ago we took a look at ADATA's XPG SX930 which was aimed at gamers and enthusiasts. Today we will be taking a look at the Premi...
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pureoverclock.com
Reviewed on 2015-10-05
SP550 is an all around solid performer and well priced!
Before we move on, let's think about that a bit. Not so very long ago in late 2009, I purchased my first SSD. A 128GB Patriot Torqx SSD that I paid $369 for. Performance was rated at a paltry 260MB/s sequential read and 180MB/s sequential write. TRIM wasn...
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thessdreview.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-03
SPECIFICATIONS, PRICING, AND AVAILABILITYThe Premier SP550 is a SATA 6Gb/s 2.5″ 7mm form factor SSD. It is currently available in capacities of 120GB ($60), 240GB ($80), and 480GB ($170). A 960GB model will be coming however. Its performance is rated for...
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tweaktown.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-13
The SP550 gives us our first look at Silicon Motion's newest controller, the SM2256, in a retail package. The SM2256 is a third party controller designed for use with TLC Flash. We've been testing a reference design from SMI that employs an SM2256 control...
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hardwarecanucks.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-23
The SSD segment has seen a good amount of contraction over the last two years and that trend has continued as of late. With drive technology hitting the limits of SATA 6Gbps, SATA Express being treated like a leper by most companies and the expensive NVMe...
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