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ADATA XPS GAMMIX S11 Pro M.2 SSD M2 SSD Hard Drive HD SSD 1TB 256GB 512GB Solid State Hard Disk HDD NVMe PCIe 2280 for Laptop

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Item specifics

  • Brand Name: AData
  • Application: Server
  • Application: Desktop
  • Application: Laptop
  • Model Number: ADATA XPG GAMMIX S11 Pro
  • Item Condition: New
  • Read/Write Speed: 3200MB/S 1700MB/s
  • Nand Flash Type: TLC
  • Controller: ssd hard drive
  • Interface Type: M.2 2280
  • Size: PCI-E
  • Style: SSD
  • Package: Yes
  • Type: Internal
  • Interface: M.2 (2280), PCIe 3.0 x4, NVMe 1.3
  • Type: ssd m2, m2 ssd, m.2 ssd, ssd m.2
  • ssd hard drive: ssd 120 gb,ssd 240 gb,ssd 480 gb,ssd 960 gb
  • SSD: ssd 128 gb,ssd 256 gb,ssd 512 gb,ssd 1 tb
  • hard drive: ssd 250 gb,ssd 500 gb,ssd 2 tb,ssd 4 tb
  • ssd drive: ssd 120gb,ssd 240gb,ssd 480gb,ssd 960gb
  • hd ssd: ssd 128gb,ssd 256gb,ssd 512gb,ssd 1tb
  • hdd: ssd 250gb,ssd 500gb,ssd 2tb,ssd 4tb
  • size: ssd m2 2280
  • 1.used for: laptop notebook
  • 2.used for: computer PC desktop
  • 3.used for: MAC IMAC
  • HDD Enclosure: Change internal SSD to external SSD or portable SSD
  • nvme ssd: solid hard drive
  • ssd nvme: hard drive ssd
  • ssd m . 2: hard disk ssd
  • m.2 nvme: ssd disk
  • nvme ssd m2 pcie: hard disk
  • ssd m2 nvme: solid state hard drive
  • ssd adata: solid state drive
  • Brand: one of samsung,sandisk,lexar,adata
Product Description


Q1: Is the ASUS SSD compatible with different operating systems such as Windows or Linux?

A: ADATA's SSDs are designed according to the Association's standard specifications and have been rigorously tested to suit different operating systems.
Q2: What does 4K alignment mean?
A: Because Windows XP is an access architecture designed for traditional mechanical hard disks, formatting SSDs with a minimum access unit of 4KB will cause SSDs to move data when storing data, resulting in poor access efficiency. . It is generally recommended that the SSD be formatted on an operating system after Windows 7, which will avoid this problem.
Q3: What is the difference between SATA 3.0 and SATA 2.0?
A: According to the Serial ATA International Organization (SATA-International Organization), the SATA 3.0 specification is adopted, and the transmission speed per second is as high as 6 Gbps. Compared with SATA 2.0, the biggest advantage of SATA 3.0 is that the access speed is increased from 3Gbps per second to 6Gbps per second. In addition, the hardware specification interface and data transmission line of SATA 2.0 and SATA 3.0 are the same.
Q4: Why does SSD need to update the quantile?
A: ADATA will release new editions on the official website for customers to download and update. It is mainly to use the new version of the grading to continuously improve product compatibility and stability to achieve better performance. Therefore, it is recommended that customers perform regular update operations. .
Q5: How to back up important data to be safely stored? How long can I store for the longest time?
A: At present, various storage media, including CDs, hard disks, and SSDs, are devices that do not permanently store data in peace of mind. Therefore, it is recommended that important data be backed up in several different devices to share risks.
Q6: Why can't the computer detect the SSD?
A: Generally there are two possibilities: ‧ Insufficient power supply: Plug the USB power cable connector attached to the SSD into the USB slot on the back of the computer to ensure that the computer has enough current to supply the hard disk. Do not use a USB hub, extension cable, or other USB device to avoid power shortages, causing the computer to not read the hard disk. ‧No new sectors have been added: Under Windows XP/Vista/Win7 operating system, please go to Disk Management to confirm whether SSD is installed.


Photo, serial number, for reference only.ADATA SSD adopts a variety of Chipset. send it randomly.


The following data is from the official website for reference only. the reading speed is defined according to machine performance.