The recently announced XPG SX930 SSD is in the lab and it’s mighty impressive, the one in my lab is the one with 240GB capacity while other available capacities are 120GB and 480GB.
The ADATA SX930 SSD is equipped with a JMicron JMF670H controller, providing lightning-fast Read/Write performance up to 560/460MB/s.
The Enterprise-grade MLC Plus NAND Flash on the SX930 is claimed to be more durable than other SSDs, making it better suited for workstations thanks to its ultra-high stability.
The drive unit itself is simple, it has a black lacquer brushed metal finish enclosure and a large black decal with fiery artwork.
The SX930 supports hardware BCH ECC (Error Correction Code) up to 72-bit per 1KB, the SX930 can enhance performance and reliability for data protection.
It also comes with ADATA’s “pSLC Cache Technology” that improve Advanced BCH ECC Technology
Supporting hardware BCH ECC (Error Correction Code) up to 72-bit per 1KB, the SX930 can enhance performance and reliability.
The SX930 also comes with ADATA’s “pSLC Cache Technology” that can greatly improve the Read/Write.
Here is the package content for the ADATA XPG SX930 SSD, it includes a mounting bracket and a spacer.
Below is the spec sheet as taken from the official product page.
The SX930 is rated to have 1.5 million hours with the NAND is stated to be good for up to 3,000P/E cycles.
The product page claimed that the 240GB’s performance on ATTO is up to 560MB/s for read speed and 460MB/s for write and that’s exactly what is seen in the benchmark.
The ADATA XPG SX930 SSD is a solid performer, it comes with 5-year warranty and it is available in capacities of 120GB ($64.99), 240GB ($109.99), and 480GB ($199.99)
Note that the 480GB capacity variant has a slightly lower read and write speed but it’s still plenty fast for the gamers and overclockers of which this SSD was designed for.