Thursday, February 21st 2019

ADATA Launches Ultimate SU750 2.5-inch SATA 6 Gbps SSDs

ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules, NAND Flash products, and mobile accessories today launched its ADATA Ultimate SU750 2.5" SATA 6Gb/s solid-state drives (SSD). With next-generation TLC (Triple-Level Cell) 3D NAND Flash and a host of other features, SU750 SSDs deliver terrific value, great performance, and superb reliability to offer users an excellent option for their next upgrade.

Implementing 3D NAND Flash, Ultimate SU750 SSDs features higher storage capacities of 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB. With SLC Caching, the drives can achieve read/write speeds of up to 550/520MB per second to accelerate PC performance. Users will revel in not having to wait around to access files and for programs to load. What's more, with no mechanical components, SU750 SSDs are more resilient than HDDs. They are more resistant to shock and vibration (1500G/0.5ms), therefore providing better protection of data. Also, SSDs also run silently and consume less power than HDDs.
Support for LDPC (Low-Density Parity-Check) error correcting code technology allows SU750 SSDs to detect and fix errors to ensure data integrity and thus enjoy extended lifespans. With the purchase of an SU750 SSD, users qualify to download ADATA's SSD Toolbox and Migration Utility free of charge. SSD Toolbox allows users to monitor and manage SU750 SSDs, with drive status, wear level, and lifespan information. The Migration Utility is especially helpful for users making the move from HDD to SSD, as it allows for simple and straightforward backup and migration of data, including the operating system.

Exact availability of ADATA Ultimate SU750 SSDs may vary by region.
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5 Comments on ADATA Launches Ultimate SU750 2.5-inch SATA 6 Gbps SSDs

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cucker tarlson
su800 without dram buffer ? wouldn't buy it given how su800 is selling at an absolutely banging price atm.
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cucker tarlson, post: 3999132, member: 173472"
su800 without dram buffer ? wouldn't buy it given how su800 is selling at an absolutely banging price atm.
If no DRAM means they can sell it at even lower than SU800, then why not?
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TesterAnon
>With next-generation TLC (Triple-Level Cell) 3D NAND Flash

So different kind of NAND or the Intel/Micron NAND they have been using for a while?
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cucker tarlson
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If no DRAM means they can sell it at even lower than SU800, then why not?
warranty cut to 3 years,no dram-shit deal considering su800 is cheap and has it all to stand against 860evo-class sssds.
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>With next-generation TLC (Triple-Level Cell) 3D NAND Flash

So different kind of NAND or the Intel/Micron NAND they have been using for a while?
Same NAND, ADATA just loves to hype up their press statements with useless buzzwords.

cucker tarlson, post: 3999321, member: 173472"
warranty cut to 3 years,no dram-shit deal considering su800 is cheap and has it all to stand against 860evo-class sssds.
3 years is still a long time (especially considering spinning hard disks' warranties are lower), DRAM-less is hardly an issue unless you are really hammering the drive; I recently replaced a Crucial BX100 500GB (DRAM, MLC) with a Kingston A400 960GB (DRAM-less, TLC) and have noticed zero performance difference in my workloads.
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