ADATA's Premier SP600 SSD family is aimed at the budget conscious consumer, it is not often you see 32 and 64GB drives released along side the more common 128, 256 and 512GB models. The previous Premier Pro 128GB is selling for $50 so you can expect a similar or lower price for models with the new controller. Mad Shrimps benchmarked the drive and saw great results while the drive was fresh and empty of data but the performance dipped after the drive began to fill up. On the other hand at such a price and with a three year warranty you should not discount the drive altogether but there are certainly other choices at a similar price point.
"The new revision of the ADATA Premier SP600 SSD is incorporating one of the newer Jmicron JMF670H controller, which is accompanied by one Nanya NT5CB64M16FP-DH as buffer and also eight ADATA-branded MLC NAND Flash memory chips. Premier SP600 is meant for the entry to mainstream market and while the product succeeds to deliver good read speeds, it fails to impress in the writes department."
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