Reviews and Problems with A-DATA Premier Pro SP900
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Great SSD for the Price!
J. Sanders "IT Guy", Amazon
5 days ago
Summary: I purchased this drive to be the main boot drive for my computer. I have switched all my PC's over to SSD, and this one does not disappoint. It has worked well with no issues, and the boot time on my PC is much faster than before with normal SATA drive (though I have not done benchmarks to get exact numbers). All in all, this is a great reliable SSD and for the price is well worth it!
Summary: Wonderful piece of hardware. It is amazingly fast. I can boot up from Bios to Usable computer with 9 programs loading on startup, no password, in 9.8 Seconds!!! WOW!!! EVERY GAME installed on this drive loads 10x faster than my 7200rpm standard HDDs. Every loading sequence for any game from MineCraft to Civilization V to GameCube Emulators, EVERYTHING is so much snappier! I could not be more pleased with this purchase!
Summary: This is a solid and relatively fast drive. There are faster SSDs on the market but for the price this one gets the job done. I have one in my personal gaming machine at home and one in the workstation I maintain for my work. If you can afford it get the biggest SSD you can afford. I would like 512 GB but the price to storage just wasn't there at the time.
Pros: I own several ssd's from different manufacturers. I have adata, sandisk, samsung and corsair ssd's. I bought a 120gb version of this and some sandisks because they were cheap and on sale. Thinking I'd one day upgrade to the samsung 840 pro's. I'm glad I got this, it's faster than the 840's and I regret ever purchasing them. When I load games like cs:go I actually load in before the bots do in matchmaking. I raid 0'd several samsung 840 pro's for a customer and was not...
Cons: I can't think of anything... I've owned 1 of these ssd's for encroaching on 3 years now (daily use) and have yet to have it even hiccup. Hands down the best ssd out there.