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Best price for ADATA Ultimate SU800 128GB in Malaysia is RM 175.40

You can buy the ADATA Ultimate SU800 128GB at the lowest price of RM 175.40 from Amazon which is 41% cheaper than the ADATA Ultimate SU800 128GB that is sold by IT Hyperstore at the price of RM 296.70, you can also buy it from Nzgameshop and Lazada. Alternatively, the ADATA Ultimate SU800 128GB is also sold in Hong Kong at Amazon with the price of RM 172.00 and Indonesia at Amazon with the price of RM 176.00 and Philippines at Amazon with the price of RM 175.00 and Singapore at Nzgameshop with the price of RM 198.00. Pricing details were last updated at 22 April 2018, 18:19.

ADATA Ultimate SU800 128GB Price by Country

Country International Price Price in MYR
Hong Kong HKD 346.00 MYR 172.00
Indonesia IDR 624.000 MYR 176.00
Malaysia MYR 175.40 MYR 175.00
Philippines PHP 2,351.00 MYR 175.00
Singapore SGD 67.30 MYR 198.00

ADATA Ultimate SU800 128GB Specs

ADATA Ultimate SU800 128GB Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelUltimate SU800 128GB
DateAug 2016
SSD form factor2.5"
Colour of productBlack
RoHS compliance
CertificationCE, FCC, BSMI, VCCI, KCC
Solid-state drive capacity128 GB
Solid-state drive interfaceSerial ATA III
Read speed560 MB/s
Write speed300 MB/s
Data transfer rate6 Gbit/s
Memory typeTLC
S.M.A.R.T. support
TRIM support
Sequential writing
Native Command Queuing (NCQ)
Controller typeSMI
Mean time between failures (MTBF)2000000 h

ADATA Ultimate SU800 128GB Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2017-12-14
You can consider yourself very lucky if you bought an SSD last year. Since September 2016 we have been warning you about a possible price increase and nowadays the price of SSDs is at least a quarter more than we were used to. Which SSD should you purchas...
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Reviewed on 2017-06-24
Needing to replace a failed hard drive in one of our server room benchmark systems, I decided to try out the ADATA SU800 as something new. It's an affordable SATA 3.0 SSD and in not trying out an ADATA SSD in a while, I decided to purchase this one and ru...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-25
SATA SSDs are a funny thing. While an SSD is essential for having smooth, fast user experience, SATA SSDs have been interface bottlenecked for many years now.As such, performance seekers and manufacturers have both moved on to the PCIe M.2 market, leaving...
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Reviewed on 2017-02-28
Impressive 565/525 MBps read/write speed with ATTO, SATA 6Gb/s controller supports TRIM and NCQ, 3-Year ADATA product warranty support, Offered in 128/256/512GB/1TB storage capacities, Lightweight compact storage solution, Resistant to extreme shock impa...Less impressive continuous linear write performance, Some manufacturers offer 5+ years of warranty support
Solid State Drive performance revolves around two dynamics: bandwidth speed (MB/s) and operational performance I/O per second (IOPS). These two metrics work together, but one may be more important than the other depending on the workload. Consider this an...
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Reviewed on 2017-02-20
Last year ADATA introduced their SU800 as part of a complete line of 3D NAND based SSDs. It is their mid-ranged model with the SU900 being their highest end SATA based SSD but comes in at a price point that Is budget friendly as well. The SU800 is also th...
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Reviewed on 2017-02-01
ADATA's Ultimate SU800 is their first SSD to use 3D NAND and the first 3D NAND SSD from a company that doesn't manufacture their own NAND flash memory. The SU800 pairs Micron's 3D TLC NAND with Silicon Motion's SM2258 controller to produce an entry-level...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-31
If you want a fast drive without spending a lot, a 250GB SSD is an excellent choice nowadays. There is a lot to choose from in this affordable segment, with differing prices and performance levels. Therefore we compare 33 SSDs with this capacity in this a...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-30
ADATA's Ultimate SU800 (or SU800 as we will refer to it going forward) is the first SSD we've reviewed that is powered by SMI's recently launched SM2258 4-channel controller. We haven't been happy with SMI-controlled SSDs since back in the SM2246 days whe...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-04
In 2012 I tested the ADATA SP900 SSD and back then almost every drive had the SandForce controller. Moving on to 2016, and things have evolved a lot. Not only have we more options on the controller of the SSD but we also have moved forward with NAND techn...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-02
Adata SSD Toolbox, Acronis Data MigrationMicron 384Gbit 3D TLC NAND, Low throughput, High latency, Low notebook battery life
Let's be honest, if you bring a product with the name "Ultimate" to market , it had better deliver. It can't be average, regular, or even mainstream. Most importantly, though, it had better not be sub-par.Adata is one of the last remaining SSD manufacture...
Reviewed on 2016-12-02
Solid software and speedy sequential reads, Pricing is competitiveRegistration required for "bundled" migration software key, Not the fastest or cheapest drive available
As far as solid-state drives (SSD) are concerned, getting the most bang for your buck is wise. And while the Adata Ultimate SU800 ($139.99 for 512GB) isn't the cheapest internal SSD you can find, it's definitely aimed at value shoppers. It's Adata's first...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-02
Adata SSD Toolbox, Acronis Data MigrationMicron 384Gbit 3D TLC NAND, Low throughput, High latency, Low notebook battery life
Let's be honest, if you bring a product with the name "Ultimate" to market , it had better deliver. It can't be average, regular, or even mainstream. Most importantly, though, it had better not be sub-par. Adata is one of the last remaining SSD manufactu...
Reviewed on 2016-11-26
Unlike the XPG SX930 model I reviewed before that's geared towards enthusiasts, the ADATA Ultimate SU800 is positioned as an entry-level SSD.The design of the ADATA Ultimate SU800 is very simple, a black drive with a huge ADATA sticker on top. I'm fine wi...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-14
Not so long ago, we took an in-depth look at Micron's first foray into the 3D NAND world. While Micron took much longer to bring its 3D floating-gate cells to market than Samsung did with its charge-trap based V-NAND, the MX300 proved to be worth the wait...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-14
Available in 128GB, 256GB, 512GB and 1TB capacities, Silicon Motion SM2258 controller, Micron 3D TLC NAND, Good sequential and random read and write performance, Huge SLC cache, RAID Engine, Data Shaping and LDPC ECC technologies, Ultra-slim form factor,...Write speed drops considerably when SLC cache is full, Does not support hardware based encryption
This fall, ADATA launched its latest consumer-oriented SSD, the Ultimate SU800. Designed for use in ultrabooks, notebooks, and desktops, this mid-range SSD is powered by Silicon Motion's new SM2258 controller and is the first drive from ADATA to come equi...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-02
One the greatest advantages touted for 3D NAND was its ability to create downright massive capacity drives. For example, the new Crucial MX300 is tipping the scales at a whopping 2TB of capacity! However, for the average consumer the other main attribute...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-01
Competitive pricing, Good software, Fast sequential readsShoppers must register to get "bundled" migration-software key, Not the fastest or the cheapest SSD
With the Ultimate SU800 solid-state drive (SSD), ADATA is throwing its hat into the ring for 3D triple-layer-cell (TLC) NAND-based SSDs. It's the company's first drive to use this new type of vertically stacked memory.In 2015, ADATA released a TLC-based d...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-27
SPECIFICATIONS , PRICING, AND AVAILABILITYThe ADATA Ultimate SU800 is a SATA 6Gb/s SSD that comes in a 2.5″ 7mm form factor. It is available in capacities of 128GB ($49.99), 256GB ($79.99), 512GB ($129.99), and 1TB ($269.99) . It is rated for sequential r...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-20
With 2016 coming to a close, we have seen the continual decline in price per gigabyte for solid state drives over the past several years. Speeds have reached their maximum through the SATA3 6Gbps ports so performance differences between most drives can on...
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