A-DATA SP900 Pro Reviews
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A-DATA SP900 Reviews6
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|KitGuru||7.5/10||Oct 17 '13|
|Myce||---||Jul 03 '12|
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|Techware Labs||---||Oct 04 '12|
|ThinkComputers||8/10||Jul 02 '12|
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"The Sp900 is decent, but it faces stiff competition at the price. We would need to see some price reductions before giving it a higher recommendation."
"The general good performance of the drive and the extra capacity that it offers are some things that you can’t ignore. As I’ve said, this drive has the potential to be an ‘unbeatable upgrade’ for your home or work system, but only if it follows a good pricing policy."
"The ADATA SP900 has gone a long way in reshaping my opinion of Asynchronous NAND equipped drives. I thought this would be the perfect storm of low performance (Asynchronous NAND, no OP, lower capacity and no TRIM) but it was actually quite the opposite. The drive is a good deal, especially considering it comes with an adapter bracket and premium migration software. At $114 the ADATA SP900 128GB comes in at well under the magical $1 per gigabyte. I am not a big fan of async. drives but this one is a cut above the others I’ve tested. If you are in the market for an async. drive you can’t go wrong with this one, TRIM or no TRIM. I have no reservations recommending this drive. The only reason this drive will not be receiving the coveted editor’s choice award is because NO Async drive will ever get that award. That only goes to the highest performing drives and NO Async drive will ever achieve that but, this drive is as close as it gets."
"Overall, I was not very impressed with the ADATA Premier Pro SP900. Although the compressible data numbers matched the 555/530MB/s claims, incompressible data wasn’t even close. After using the drive for just a week, HD Tune showed erratic performance results, which when combined with the constant crashing and freezing caused by the Sandforce 2281 controller, makes sense. And at its current $190 price tag, there are better drives for the money."
"If this is going to be your first solid state drive purchase you will not be disappointed. I think the whole idea of ADATA coming out with this drive and not currently offering the new firmware for the S510/S511 drives just rubs me the wrong way. Other companies such as OCZ and Kingston are already offering this firmware to users (5.0.1 and 5.0.2 is the new firmware)."