ADATA SU800 M.2 2280 256GB Ultimate 3D NAND Solid State Drive (ASU800NS38-256GT-C)

June 18, 2017 - Comment

Utilizing 3D NAND Flash and a high speed SMI controller, the compact Ultimate SU800 M.2 2280 solid state drive provides capacities up to 1TB and greatly enhances performance, efficiency, and reliability over traditional 2D NAND. It also comes with intelligent SLC Caching and a DRAM Cache to boost read/write performance. Featuring LDPC ECC, high TBW

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Utilizing 3D NAND Flash and a high speed SMI controller, the compact Ultimate SU800 M.2 2280 solid state drive provides capacities up to 1TB and greatly enhances performance, efficiency, and reliability over traditional 2D NAND. It also comes with intelligent SLC Caching and a DRAM Cache to boost read/write performance. Featuring LDPC ECC, high TBW (total bytes written), and DEVSLP (Device Sleep), the SU800 M.2 2280 instantly upgrades notebook and desktop PCs with superior stability, durability, and power efficiency.

Product Features

  • 3D NAND Flash read/write speeds of 560mb/s and 520mb/s to accelerate PC’s
  • SLC Caching algorithm: allows NAND Flash memory to operate in single-level cell mode and boosts read/write performance
  • DRAM Cache Buffer: R/W performance can be as much as double that of solid state drives that lack a DRAM cache
  • Advanced LDPC ECC Engine: Leads to a massive reduction in data errors and an equal increase in data integrity
  • Proprietary Software – SSD Toolbox and Migration Utility

Comments

Hell Bound says:

Good hard drive for a good price I have a Dell E7440 Ultrabook that came with a 128Gb 6Gb/s mSATA Solid State Drive (SSD). 128Gb is enough to hold Windows 8.1 and all my installed software and apps, but it’s a little too small to also hold all my documents, music, and video. The Dell E7440 has 2 hard drive trays. One holds a traditional 2.5″ SATA hard drive and the other is a mSATA port. The 128 Gb mSATA SSD the laptop came with was installed in the traditional tray with a SATA to mSATA adapter. That left the mSATA port…

Elias says:

UEFI detected immediately and initialization was a breeze. I bought this ADATA M.2 SSD to run my Adobe CC suite software on for video and photo editing. Program start-up times are greatly reduced now and editing is also much faster now as well. My Windows 10 drive is also an ADATA SSD so through my own personal experience, I trust the ADATA brand. 

T says:

Fast and works perfectly right out of the box Works perfectly in my Thinkpad X250. Read speeds are about as fast as you can get for a SATA M.2 card (PCIe/NVMe ones are much faster but not found on many laptops or motherboards yet). Looking at similar SSDs, I was concerned that the write speed would be very slow. All of the 2242 size SSDs seem slow on write speed. Happily, I got over 300MB/s write speed – plenty good enough for my laptop. If there is any downside it’s that they don’t offer 480/500/512GB SSDs in this smaller form factor…

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