ADATA Swordfish 1TB NVMe SSD Review

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Final Thoughts & Conclusions

The ADATA Swordfish is a value-oriented drive that is aimed squarely at the entry-level NVMe SSD market. This drive is for those that are looking to save $10 or $20 on a new build or to upgrade an existing drive on a system where price matters more than performance. Enthusiasts and prosumers will pass on this drive, but it is a respectable little NVMe drive series. The fact that it comes with pretty healthy endurance rating and a 5-year warranty is very impressive. If you are looking for a drive on a system that is only lightly used the ADATA Swordfish would certainly make sense. We understand that not everyone is a gamer or content creator and that some people just browse the web and check their e-mail.

ADATA Swordfish 1TB NVMe SSD Retail Box

When it comes to pricing the Swordfish can be found for as little as $0.12 per GB before any promotional pricing or rebate offers. That makes it one of the lowest priced NVMe drives on that market at this point in time. The ADATA Swordfish 1TB SSD that we reviewed today runs $115. That is a great price for a 1TB drive and should be really enticing for those that still have a traditional hard drive as their primary boot drive.

  • Swordfish 250GB – ASWORDFISH-250G-C – $39.99 shipped ($0.16 per GB)
  • Swordfish 500GB – ASWORDFISH-500G-C – $64.99 shipped ($0.13 per GB)
  • Swordfish 1TB – ASWORDFISH-1T-C – $114.99 shipped ($0.12 per GB)
  • Swordfish 2TB – ASWORDFISH-2T-C – $229.99 shipped ($0.12 per GB)

The ADATA Swordfish 1TB SSD that we reviewed today runs $115. That is a great price for a 1TB drive and should be really enticing for those that still have a traditional hard drive as their primary boot drive. We’ve been running SSDs on all of our systems and even the sites web server for over 10 years. The move from a Hard Disk Drive (HDD) to a Solid-State Drive (SSD) is one of the most mind blowing upgrades that you can do for any PC. This drive also comes with a free migration utility to help clone your old drive over to this new one.

If you want a super inexpensive NVMe SSD that is backed by a 5-year warranty the ADATA Swordfish will be hard to beat.

Legit Reviews Value Award

Legit Bottom Line: The ADATA Swordfish is an entry-level NVMe SSD series aimed at everyday users that are looking for a low-priced drive to possibly replace an aging traditional hard drive.

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