ADATA XPG 256 SX900 boxshot

ADATA XPG SX900 256GB SSD Review

  1. Introduction
  2. Packaging and Specification
  3. Addressing firmware in regards to TRIM support
  4. Closer Look
  5. Test Bench and Methodology
  6. AS SSD(Pass 3)Benchmark
  7. ATTO (Pass 3) Benchmark
  8. AIDA64 Access Benchmark
  9. Boot Load Test
  10. TRIM Tests
  11. CrystalDisk Mark Benchmark
  12. HDTune Pro Benchmark
  13. PCMark 4 HDD Benchmarks
  14. Anvil SSD Benchmark
  15. Conclusion

ADATA XPG SX900 uses Intel Flash NAND+ a very well known and aged SandForce SF-2281VB1 controller. This isn’t a new combo, many others do it too! In fact, it has been a popular choice for a while- around the time Samsung 830 and Crucial M4 were around. Now during the time when Plextor and Samsung’s 840 non-pro/pro versions are around, just how fast or impressive can this drive be?

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