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Adata XPG SX 900 vs. Samsung 840 Evo

I was wondering which one would be the faster drive in gaming and pretty much just every day stuff?
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    Given those two drives, of the same size, in otherwise identical systems, doing exactly the same thing...you will not notice a 'speed' difference.
  2. ^ Pretty much dead on. And that makes it a reliability question and on that one I would go with Samsung hands down.
  3. Would it make a difference if the adata ssd was 256 and the evo was 120? (In speed of couse.) I found the adata one for only about 170.
  4. 256GB drives are generally faster than 120GB drives. That seem to hold true here.

    Direct comparison:

    http://www.anandtech.com/bench/product/605?vs=966

    You also pretty much always want to go with the largest drive you can afford.
  5. Albert0724 said:
    Would it make a difference if the adata ssd was 256 and the evo was 120? (In speed of couse.) I found the adata one for only about 170.


    Slightly, maybe. Larger drives, of the same model line, are generally a teeny bit faster. Again, not that you'd actually notice in real world use.

    Read here and make your choice:
    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/ssd-recommendation-benchmark,3269.html
  6. Ok i will be going with the evo 250 gb!
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