ADATA SU800 M.2 2280 512GB Reviews

ADATA SU800 M.2 2280 512GB
$121.39 - $345.00 from 16 retailers
Expert Reviews: 
 4.0
User Reviews: 
 3.8
 
 

ADATA Ultimate SU800 512GB SSD Review

Verdict: The SU800 is a tricky drive. For starters the 128GB model simply does not have enough flash chips on the drive to extract much parallelism from the controller. This is not a problem for the 512GB (or 256GB) model, but it is something consumers should be aware of if they are looking for a smaller...

Read full review at Techgage
1 year ago
Techgage
 

ADATA Ultimate SU800 256GB SSD Review

Pros: Good value, Good performance, Bundled software is well featured and easy to use, Free copy of Acronis True Image 2015, Backed by 3-year global warranty from ADATA
Cons: No drastic increase in performance over other TLC Flash SSD tested, Heavy writing to the drive can cause the SLC write cache to slow down drastically, Could have used metal enclosure instead of plastic enclosure
Verdict: Capacity 128GB - 1TB Form Factor 2.5" NAND Flash 3D TLC Controller SMI Dimensions (L x W x H) 100.45 x 69.85 x 7mm Weight 47.5g Interface SATA 6Gb/s Sequential R/W performance Up to 560/520MB/s Operating temperature 0°C-70°C Storage temperature -40°C-85°C Shock resistance 1500G/0.5ms MTBF 2,000,000...

Read full review at tech-critter.com
1 year ago
tech-critter.com
 

The ADATA Ultimate SU800 SSD Review (128GB, 256GB, 512GB)

Verdict: Judged against other entry-level SATA SSD, the ADATA Ultimate SU800 does not offer many significant performance improvements from its use of Micron 3D TLC NAND. Even if Micron's 3D TLC were substantially faster than the planar TLC it is competing against, the capacity of 384Gb per die compared to...

Read full review at AnandTech
2 years ago
AnandTech
 
 
4.4
Verdict: Low cost, high endurance, and good performance make the ADATA Ultimate SU800 an excellent mainstream SSD.

Read full review at Tweak Town
2 years ago
Tweak Town
 

Adata Ultimate SU800 SSD

Pros: Adata SSD Toolbox, Acronis Data Migration, Fair pricing, Adata SSD Toolbox, Acronis Data Migration, Fair pricing, Adata SSD Toolbox, Acronis Data Migration
Cons: Micron 384Gbit 3D TLC NAND, Low throughput, High latency, Low notebook battery life, Micron 384Gbit 3D TLC NAND, Low throughput, High latency, Low notebook battery life, Micron 384Gbit 3D TLC NAND, Low throughput, High latency, Low notebook battery life
Verdict: The prototype reference SSD we used for the SMI SM2258 technical preview provided better performance than the Adata Ultimate SU800. We went back to examine the difference between the two products and found one feature that stood out as a clear differentiator between the two.

Read full review at Tom's Hardware
2 years ago
Tom's Hardware
 

ADATA Ultimate SU800 (256GB) SSD Review

Verdict: The ADATA Ultimate SU800 retails at around USD 70 and it is an amazingly speedy entry-level SSD and it comes with 3 years warranty which is quite long when it comes to coverage for computer components.

Read full review at goldfries
2 years ago
goldfries
 

Adata's Ultimate SU800 512GB SSD reviewed

Verdict: Adata's SU800 got off to a rocky start with our IOMeter sequential write test, but its real-world performance should have at least partially made up for that. Let's see where it lands overall. To compare each drive, we take the geometric mean of a basket of results from our test suite.

Read full review at techreport.com
2 years ago
techreport.com
 
Pros: Available in 128GB, 256GB, 512GB and 1TB capacities, Silicon Motion SM2258 controller, Micron 3D TLC NAND, Good sequential and random read and write performance, Huge SLC cache, RAID Engine, Data Shaping and LDPC ECC technologies, Ultra-slim form factor, Includes mounting spacer for 9.5mm...
Cons: Write speed drops considerably when SLC cache is full, Does not support hardware based encryption
Verdict: CDRLabs has taken an in depth look ADATA's new Ultimate SU800 SSD. Designed for use in ultrabooks, notebooks, and desktops, this mid-range SSD is powered by Silicon Motion's new SM2258 controller and is the first drive from ADATA to come equipped with 3D TLC NAND flash.

Read full review at CDRLabs
2 years ago
CDRLabs
 
 
3.5
Pros: Competitive pricing, Good software, Fast sequential reads
Cons: Shoppers must register to get "bundled" migration-software key, Not the fastest or the cheapest SSD
Verdict: The SU800 isn't quite the "ultimate" anything, but it is a decently performing SSD at a competitive price, thanks to its use of 3D TLC NAND.
2 years ago
ComputerShopper
 

ADATA SU 800 512 GB 2.5" SSD Review

Verdict: In the age of growing technology, gone are the days where an SSD is a luxury. With how cheap SSDs are getting, they seem to me more of a necessity, at least for the boot drive. But what about general storage?

Read full review at Pro-Clockers
2 years ago
Pro-Clockers
 

It works ok but feels cheaper and slower than expected

 
4.0
Verdict: This ssd works fine however it does feel slower than my previous ssd (Kingston a400 ssd) even though it advertises faster read and write speeds. I tried reinstalling from backup as well as from scratch but nothing. The materials also feel significantly cheaper than expected.

Read full review at Amazon
2 months ago
Amazon
 

Decent drive, very good value.

 
4.0
Verdict: Definitely good option for base builds with low requirements. My friends wife is very happy with the change this SSD made to her laptop that had normal 5400rpm HDD. Now she doesn't hate using it due to the delays of operation . Will see how durable it will be along the way.

Read full review at Amazon
4 months ago
Amazon
 

Great performance SSD for real cheap price

 
3.0
Verdict: Great performance. Cheap. Pair it with ADATA DRAM and voila, you will see the magic! Here's my benchmark: * MB/s = 1,000,000 bytes/s [SATA/600 = 600,000,000 bytes/s] * KB = 1000 bytes, KiB = 1024 bytes Sequential Read (Q= 32,T= 1) : 562.195 MB/s Sequential Write (Q= 32,T= 1) : 474.089 MB/s Random...

Read full review at amazon.ca
1 year ago
amazon.ca
 

ADATA SU800 Ultimate 128GB SATA3 2.5" 3D NAND SSD - 3Yr

 
2.5
Verdict: Good cheap SSD. If you don't have a means to clone your new SSD from your existing HD/SSD the free True Image software works well.

Read full review at PB Tech
1 year ago
PB Tech
 

Nice cheap SSD

 
4.0
Verdict: Works like a charm. Replaced a failed HD in an older PC and performance noticeably increased.
1 year ago
B&H Photo
 

good drive

 
3.0
Pros: Didn't failed yet, Price, i got it for 70$ CAD
Cons: Feel cheap in my hands (it's my first SSD, so perhaps they are all like that
Verdict: After only 2 weeks I realize that 128GB is quite small for a SSD, so get a bigger one. But if you only need a small one (think twice it fills up faster than you think), this is a good SSD (sorry for bad english)

Read full review at NCIX.com
1 year ago
NCIX.com
 

"Good"

 
5.0
Verdict: Don't know what to say really. Works how it should :)

Read full review at Mighty Ape
1 year ago
Mighty Ape
 

Another Good SSD for Boot or Laptops w/o Lots of Files

 
5.0
Pros: - 3D Nand - SLC technology - Was on sale - Boot time is now abut 4 seconds. Seriously, 4 seconds
Cons: Acronis key requires online registration at ADATA and Acronis. Then, if you jump through all the hoops & hurdles correctly, you get the activation key code. I think contestants on Most Extreme Elimination have it easier. It was nicer when the cloning software key or disk was included in the box
Verdict: Popped this into a new mid-line Acer i3 based laptop with 4GB ram. Boot time dropped from about 15 seconds with 5400 rpm HDD to 4 seconds with this SSD! Unbelievable...4 Seconds! Of course, I have disabled all the bloatware and unneeded process at start-up, however the 11 second savings is on the...

Read full review at Newegg
2 years ago
Newegg
 

ADATA SU800 Review

 
4.0
Pros: Great Value / Performance
Cons: Taking apart SSD/ Lacking some critical features
Verdict: SSDs are a required upgrade with how much lower the cost per Gigabyte is today. If you're wondering what's changed in the storage market after the past few years, there has been some improvements.

Read full review at Overclock
2 years ago
Overclock
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