ADATA SE880 Portable Solid State Drive Review

Setup & Testing

Just like any USB drive all you do is plug the SE880 into an open USB port in your computer. If you don’t have a Type-C port available ADATA does provide a Type-C to Type-A adapter cable. Once plugged in Windows will automatically recognize the drive and you’ll be good to go.

The drive comes formatted as exFAT and has 931 of usable space.

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For testing we will be running the SE880 against other portable solid state drives we have on hand so you can see the difference between the drives. As a reminder ADATA lists the speeds of this drive as 2000 MB/s for both read and write. First up we have CrystalDiskMark.

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As you can see we have sequential read speeds of 2018.80 MB/s and write speeds of 1767.67 MB/s. Here is how the drive compares to other drives we’ve tested.

adata se880 crystal read

adata se880 crystal write

Next we run the the AJA System test. It tests different types of video formats and gives you throughput results for the drive. Our configuration was 4K RED HD footage, 1 GB test file size, and the 8bit YUV codec.

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And those results compared to other drives.

adata se880 aja read

adata se880 aja write

We also run the AS SSD Benchmark and ATTO Disk Benchmark.

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adata se880 atto

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