HyperXSHSS37A/240G
AdataASX8200NP-240GT-C

Controller: Phison PS3110. NAND Memory: Toshiba A19 MLC. Release date: Q2 2015.

Release date ≈ Q2 2018.

Real World Speed
Performance profile from 18,744 user samples
16,093 User Benchmarks
Best Bench: 113% 72GB free
Worst Bench: 59% 69GB free
Poor: 59% Great: 113%
SPEED RANK: 233rd / 980
2,651 User Benchmarks
Best Bench: 286% 447GB free
Worst Bench: 151% 114GB free (System drive)
Poor: 151% Great: 286%
SPEED RANK: 25th / 980
Effective Speed
Effective SSD Speed
89.5 % 240 % Hugely faster effective speed.
+168%
Read
Avg. Sequential Read Speed
434 MB/s 1841 MB/s Hugely faster read speed.
+324%
Write
Avg. Sequential Write Speed
399 MB/s 969 MB/s Hugely faster write speed.
+143%
4K Read
Avg. 4K Random Read Speed
26.2 MB/s 57.1 MB/s Hugely faster random read.
+118%
4K Write
Avg. 4K Random Write Speed
82.6 MB/s 138 MB/s Much faster random write.
+67%
Mixed
Avg. Sequential Mixed IO Speed
302 MB/s 935 MB/s Hugely faster mixed IO speed.
+210%
4K Mixed
Avg. 4K Random Mixed IO Speed
34.4 MB/s 76.7 MB/s Hugely faster random mixed IO.
+123%
SusWrite
Avg. Sustained Write Speed
322 MB/s 852 MB/s Hugely faster sustained write speed.
+165%
Read
Peak Sequential Read Speed
510 MB/s 2178 MB/s Hugely faster peak read speed.
+327%
Write
Peak Sequential Write Speed
494 MB/s 1141 MB/s Hugely faster peak write speed.
+131%
4K Read
Peak 4K Random Read Speed
32.5 MB/s 68.4 MB/s Hugely faster peak random read.
+110%
4K Write
Peak 4K Random Write Speed
114 MB/s 191 MB/s Much faster peak random write.
+68%
Mixed
Peak Sequential Mixed IO Speed
355 MB/s 1076 MB/s Hugely faster peak mixed IO speed.
+203%
4K Mixed
Peak 4K Random Mixed IO Speed
42.4 MB/s 94.2 MB/s Hugely faster peak random mixed IO.
+122%
SusWrite
Peak Sequential Sustained Write 60s Average
480 MB/s 1095 MB/s Hugely faster peak sustained write speed.
+128%
Market Share
Based on 11,455,935 SSDs tested.
Market Share
Market Share (trailing 30 days)
0.2 % Much higher market share.
+33%
0.15 %
Value
Value For Money
92.4 % 286 % Hugely better value.
+209%
User Rating
UBM User Rating
69 % More popular.
+25%
55 %
Price
Price (score)
$87 $72 Cheaper.
+17%
Age
Newest
45 Months 9+ Months Much more recent.
+80%
DQ Read
Peak 4K-64Thread Read Speed
361 MB/s 832 MB/s Hugely faster peak deep queue read.
+130%
DQ Write
Peak 4K-64Thread Write Speed
364 MB/s 1062 MB/s Hugely faster peak deep queue write.
+192%
AS-SSD Total
AS-SSD Total Score
1,210 Pts 3,027 Pts Hugely stronger server IO.
+150%
DQ Mixed
Peak 4K-64Thread Mixed IO Speed
182 MB/s 648 MB/s Hugely faster peak deep queue mixed IO.
+256%
ADQ Read
Avg. 4K-64Thread Read Speed
309 MB/s 743 MB/s Hugely faster deep queue read.
+140%
ADQ Write
Avg. 4K-64Thread Write Speed
288 MB/s 776 MB/s Hugely faster deep queue write.
+169%
ADQ Mixed
Avg. 4K-64Thread Mixed IO Speed
90.5 MB/s 570 MB/s Hugely faster deep queue mixed IO.
+530%
Capacity
Capacity
240GB 240GB
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