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SSD Market Overview

Date Manufacturer Model Form Size Interface Score Award Price User Ranking
04/2017 Intel Optane Memory M.2 (NGFF) 16 GB PCI-E 3.0 x4 - - $ 36.99
09/2017 Patriot Burst 2.5 Inch 120 GB SATA III - - $ 39.99
09/2017 Mushkin Triactor 3DL 2.5 Inch 128 GB SATA III - - $ 42.99
06/2014 Transcend MTS400 M.2 (NGFF) 32 GB SATA III - - $ 42.99
06/2014 Transcend MTS600 M.2 (NGFF) 32 GB SATA III - - $ 42.99
03/2017 ADATA Ultimate SU700 2.5 Inch 120 GB SATA III - - $ 46.99
08/2016 ADATA Ultimate SU800 2.5 Inch 128 GB SATA III - - $ 47.99
07/2016 ADATA Premier SP550 M.2 (NGFF) 120 GB SATA III - - $ 47.99
11/2016 ADATA Ultimate SU800 M.2 M.2 (NGFF) 128 GB SATA III - - $ 47.99
05/2017 Kingston A400 2.5 Inch 120 GB SATA III - - $ 49.99
01/2017 KingDian S280 2.5 Inch 120 GB SATA III - - $ 54.99
03/2014 ADATA Premier Pro SP920 2.5 Inch 128 GB SATA III - - $ 54.99
05/2010 ADATA S599 2.5 Inch 40 GB SATA II - - $ 56.21
08/2015 ADATA Premier SP550 2.5 Inch 120 GB SATA III - - $ 56.99
05/2016 Kingston SSDNow UV400 2.5 Inch 120 GB SATA III - - $ 57.25
06/2016 SanDisk SSD Plus (TLC) 2.5 Inch 120 GB SATA III - - $ 59.89
08/2017 Crucial BX300 2.5 Inch 120 GB SATA III - - $ 59.99
04/2017 ADATA XPG SX7000 M.2 (NGFF) 128 GB PCI-E 3.0 x4 - - $ 59.99
08/2016 SK hynix Canvas SL308 2.5 Inch 120 GB SATA III - - $ 60.58
04/2017 Intel Optane Memory M.2 (NGFF) 32 GB PCI-E 3.0 x4 - - $ 60.85
The ssdreview.com scoring-system:
For a useful comparison of two or more Solid State Drives and/or Hard Disk Drives, you should use the ssdreview.com scoring-system. The SSD or HDD which obtains a higher ssdreview.com score in our scoring-system has achieved a better result in our standardized test procedure. Please consider: If a device "A" obtains a ssdreview.com score of 500 points and a device "B" obtains 550 points, this shows that device "B" performed ten percent better than device "A". If you want to know how good a SSD or a HDD scored compared to similar SSDs or HDDs at a certain time (for example: 04/2012), you should use the ssdreview.com awards.
The ssdreview.com awards:
Each ssdreview.com data storage device award for a Solid State Drive or a Hard Disk Drive rates the respective SSD or HDD sample at a certain time (for example: 04/2012) with a grade, for example: "good (B)" compared to similar competing products. In this way, you can see immediately how this particular sample performs compared to similar products at a certain time. Please note: The ssdreview.com awards do not allow a useful comparison among each other because new SSDs or HDDs can reach new top scores. Each new top score in a certain rating-category will raise the requiered score in the according rating-category for future storage devices to reach a high class rating in the according rating-category. Because of this fact you should use the ssdreview.com scoring system if you want to compare our reviewed devices directly with others.