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A-data Xm13

A-data Xm13
alaAverage 4.2

5 reviews

Dec, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 5 reviews of A-data Xm13. The average rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Hard Drives for all reviews.

On average, users rate this product 84/100.

Review analysis

(Based on 5 reviews)

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ADATA AXM13S2-30GM-C

 

I'm using this as my Intel Smart Cache. It works wonderfully. Things on any other computer that only had a pure HDD that took what felt like forever to just pop up, pop up like nothing at all now

Wish it was a 64g

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You get what you pay for

 

Cheap price. When it worked it was a decent SSD

Clusters started dying within 1 month of ownership, and then the process accelerated so quickly that within a week the entire drive was unusable. Replaced with a more expensive and better brand. Don't cheap out on your SSD...you get what you pay for

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Work but will need adapter if it's for your desktop

 

Runs fast small compact. Transfer rates are decent

Be careful finding an adapter if this is not for a laptop. I wanted to install this on my desktop and found newegg item number N82E16820211581 which is a SYBA SY-ADA40050 Mini-SATA to 2.5" SATA Adapter works even though the voltage seems incorrect it...

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My first SSD. WAY too fast!

 

I don't know if this is the case on all mSATA boards, but there was a little nub underneath the second screw hole that was too large to fit into the screw hole of this card. It didn't prevent installation at all, but it meant that the board was at a...

Installed it on a Thinkpad T420 and it works perfectly (I'm typing from my Ubuntu installation on the drive) ; This is my first SSD, so I can't compare it to any others, but this thing is freakishly fast. I go from a cold boot to Firefox being opened...

It didn't come with a pony

Consumer review by:

Adatalicious

 

I installed alot of SSD's and always procure this tips 1- run ssd tweak utility to turn some features SSD's dont use 2- turn system restore off and delete every mb of this 3- turn hibernate off,run cmd as admn prev and type "powercfg.exe -h off"...

ingenious msata gives you an extra space for dual hard drive configurations in notebooks ; i had my doubts that 30gb wasnt going to be enough for a boot+apps configuration and a HDD as storage drive, but i installed windows+every app, and still have...

not free

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