ADATA SU720 SATA SSD is a drop-in upgrade for all maniacs that still use hard disk drives.
If you always use a mechanical hard drive as a startup disk for your operating system, what’s wrong with you? No, really… Why are you acting like this? Look, I can understand that you can use a hard drive for storage in 2020, but for your operating system you need a solid state drive. Seriously, guys, the difference in performance between day and night is that the SSD works much faster. It’s been a long time since we had an excuse to say that SSDs are too expensive – now they’re cheap in the mud. This is particularly true for 2.5-inch SATA SSDs, which are extremely affordable today. Whether you have a desktop or a laptop, the SSD should be in your computer.
ADATA has a new 2.5-inch SATA SSD, which should be a good addition for all the crazy people who still use hard drives. It is called SU720 and is very discreet, but in design. Despite the inexplicable presence of the word ‘ultimate’ on the label, this SSD should not make fans drool or win prizes. Instead, it provides a good performance boost for those who are still starting up from a terribly faulty mechanical 2.5- or 3.5-inch SATA hard drive. And hopefully it’ll save you money, too.
The SU720 is ideal for those who want to upgrade to SSDs because it offers great performance and reliability at an incredible price. Equipped with 3D NAND memory and intelligent SLC caching, the SU720 reaches read/write speeds of up to 520/450 MB per second. Thanks to advanced NAND 3D memory, the SU720 offers high capacity (500 GB to 1 TB), greater efficiency and reliability, and better value than ever before. In addition, the SU720 has a continuous read/write speed of up to 520/450 MB per second and supports SLC caching, reporting ADATA.
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In addition, according to the company, the SU720’s sports data protection and error correction technologies provide high endurance and random read/write performance of up to 50K/65K1 per second, which is up to 2.5 times faster than standard hard drives. The SU720 has implemented the Low Density Parity Check (LDPC) error correction code, which reduces the number of errors in the data and improves data integrity in a consistent manner. So it protects valuable content against corruption. Unlike a hard drive, the SU720 has no mechanical parts, making it more resistant to drops and shocks. It also offers the advantages of high temperature resistance (0°C ~ 70°C), low noise level and good energy efficiency.
The specifications of the ADATA shares are given below.
500 GB / 1 TB
Dimensions (L x W x H)
100.45 x 69.85 x 7 mm
SATA 6 Gbps
Successive version R/W (max.)
Up to 520/450 MB/s
0°C – 70°C
-40°C – 85°C
3-year limited warranty
Although we do not know the exact price of one of the containers, we can be sure of one thing: the SSD will not blow up the bank. This is just my prediction, but I wouldn’t be surprised if I saw a 500GB option for less than $100. Very soon it should appear in stores like Newegg and Amazon.ssd hard drive,laptop ssd