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Adata releases new NVMe drive (XPG GAMMIX S7)

UsandThem

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https://www.newegg.com/xpg-512gb-gammix-s7/p/0D9-00DF-000A8?Item=9SIAJNUBVG3745

I only came across it because it was available on Newegg (via Adata).

It's not listed on Adata's website, and there seems to be zero news/info on it either at the usual hardware review sites. XPG's website now seems to be down, so maybe they are updating it to include this drive?

Newegg's page states it has SLC cache, DRAM, and with speeds up to 3500/3000 MB/s, although the 512 GB version tops out at 2400 MB/s write speeds.
 

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https://www.newegg.com/xpg-512gb-gammix-s7/p/0D9-00DF-000A8?Item=9SIAJNUBVG3745

I only came across it because it was available on Newegg (via Adata).

It's not listed on Adata's website, and there seems to be zero news/info on it either at the usual hardware review sites. XPG's website now seems to be down, so maybe they are updating it to include this drive?

Newegg's page states it has SLC cache, DRAM, and with speeds up to 3500/3000 MB/s, although the 512 GB version tops out at 2400 MB/s write speeds.
It is just the XPG SX8100 with a slight change in aesthetic. https://www.anandtech.com/show/14893/adata-releases-xpg-sx8100-plain-and-fast
 

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Thanks, I must have missed that one.

Adata really needs a better/clearer product naming structure, as they create confusion releasing the same drives with different names.
 

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