Solved Samsung 840 Evo 120GB (OR) ADATA XPG SX910 128GB Tags: Storage SSD Samsung ADATA Evo Last response: June 6, 2014 8:27 AM in Storage Share Hussein Mahfouz May 21, 2014 1:41:48 AM Hi Guys, I have both SSDs, i would like to use one and sell the other Which one i should use and why !? ADATA Specs # - MLC - LSI SandForce SF-2281 - MTBF 1,000,000 Hours 128GB Performance (ATTO) Read: Up to 555MB/S Write: Up to 530MB/S Multimedia Data Transfer (AS-SSD) Read : Up to 470MB/S Write : Up to 180MB/S MAX 4K write IOPS up to 90K - I am not sure what special feature are supported such as TRIM but the box say it's supported ! appreciate confirmation from you guys ! More about : samsung 840 evo 120gb adata xpg sx910 128gb Reply to Hussein Mahfouz mickypheonix a b G Storage May 21, 2014 1:56:33 AM Hi Hussein Mahfouz i would keep the evo , it is the better performing drive of the two you have edit: by better performing i meant reliabillity Reply to mickypheonix m 0 l Hussein Mahfouz May 21, 2014 2:04:11 AM mickypheonix said:Hi Hussein Mahfouz i would keep the evo , it is the better performing drive of the two you have Why ADATA is so expensive! EVO (75$) XPG (110$) Reply to Hussein Mahfouz m 0 l Related resources Adata XPG SX 900 vs. Samsung 840 Evo - Forum Adata SSD XPG SX910 - 128GB , is it GOOD ? - Forum Samsung 840 Pro (128GB) vs. EVO (120GB) for Booting - Forum OCZ Vector 128gb or Samsung 840 EVO 120gb? - Forum Adata XPG or Samsung 840 pro SSDs - Forum Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer Best solution mickypheonix a b G Storage May 21, 2014 2:24:20 AM There is not much between these two drives , both are good drives http://ssds.findthebest.com/compare/212-397/ADATA-XPG-S... I personally would go with the evo as a matter of personal preferance and longer lifespan Reply to mickypheonix Share photonboy a c 93 G Storage a b Ô Samsung May 21, 2014 2:59:15 AM Samsung 840 EVO: I have this drive and the Samsung Magician is really great. I did remove it though as it pops up every time I cold boot. Why? It's used to: a) apply overprovisioning (you should) b) update firmware c) benchmark d) apply the profile (speed, reliability..) Reply to photonboy m 0 l mickypheonix a b G Storage June 6, 2014 8:27:44 AM it is overpriced , did you look at the comparison link Reply to mickypheonix m 0 l Ask the community Post an answer Related resources SolvedNew 128gb Toshiba Q PRO SSD better than the 120Gb 840 EVO? Forum SolvedSSD Comparison: Samsung 840 Evo VS. Adata SP920 Forum SolvedSamsung 840 EVO 120GB VS. Kingston SH103S3/120G Forum SolvedWhat is TRIM and is it on the Samsung 840 120GB Evo? Forum SolvedWorried about my Samsung 840 EVO 120gb Speed Forum SolvedGaming laptop - 128gb samsung 840 pro or 250gb evo Forum SolvedSSD: Samsung 840 evo 120gb or Kingston Hyperx 3k 120gb Forum SolvedSamsung 840 EVO (120GB) Mounting Screw Size/SSD Installation Forum SolvedSequential read & Random Write decreased (Samsung EVO 840 120GB) Forum SolvedSamsung 840 evo 120gb low speeds! Forum SolvedKingston SSDNow vs. Samsung EVO 840 both 120GB Forum Samsung 840 120GB NOT Pro vs. OCZ Vector 128GB? Forum SolvedSamsung 840 Evo 120GB - Freezes when starting Samsung Magician Forum Solvedsamsung 840 evo 120gb problem (sata ti usb 2 connector) Forum SolvedSamsung 840 EVO 120Gb Low Read Speed and High Write Speed Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !