Before I even start, ADATA SSD’s are very budget friendly! In fact if you compare the ADATA SU650 240GB SSD to other sub 250 GB SDD’s it is one of the most budget friendly ones online and offline (offline pricing is around 2900 INR)
There are so many options for Solid State Drives but you can consider the Adata SU650 one of the best entry level SSDs. Now you can get rid of annoying HDD noise and high temperatures at a reasonable price! This SSD was part of the Budget Gaming PC Lockdown Special
Enough about the theory let’s do the practical part, below is a CrytalDiskMark benchmark for the SU650 SSD for all the nerds and tech enthusiats.
Feel free to use this image for your benchmark analysis.
Now just for reference below is the benchmark for Samsung 840 Pro 256GB (Note the 3rd last and last row are interchanged)
The ADATA SU650 even after being way budget friendly performs quiet good compared to the Samsung EVO 840 Pro. Also the Solid State Drive territory has become more of a diminishing returns the difference from one SSD to another is hardly noticeable unless you are transferring large size videos or editing high resolutions footage.
ADATA SU650 Specifications
- Capacity 60GB / 120GB / 240GB / 480GB / 960GB / 1.92TB
- Form Factor 2.5″
- NAND Flash 3D NAND
- Dimensions (L x W x H) 100.45 x 69.85 x 7mm
- Weight 59.5g
- Interface SATA 6Gb/s
- Sequential R/W performance (max) Up to 520 / 450MB/s
- *Actual performance may vary due to available SSD capacity, system hardware and software components, and other factors
- ADATA SU650 Operating temperature 0°C – 70°C
- Storage temperature -40°C – 85°C
- Shock resistance 1500G / 0.5ms
- MTBF 2,000,000 hours
- Warranty 3-year limited warranty.
Final Words about this SSD.
I would rate it 8/10, 100% worth the money! Amazing for people just switching from old HDD to SSD. Great options to use it as a boot drive and priority workloads.
What other SSD can you buy if you don’t like this one, here is a list. In other words ADATA SU650 Alternatives just in case.
Thanks for reading! If you are still using an HDD its high time you move to SSDs and enjoy a faster PC!