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Adata SU750 Series SSDs vs Intel SSD Series 5 (2012)
The Intel SSD 520 240GB makes for a mediocre Internal SSD and should be avoided by the majority of people.
In the case of the Adata SU750 1TB, however, we were unable to find enough data to come to any meaningful conclusions.
If you're still interested in reading more about the Intel SSD 520 240GB, however, here's a quick summary of what we know about it:
The Intel SSD 520 240GB hasn't managed to earn a top spot in any roundups from sources that conduct trustworthy hands-on testing. Nevertheless, reviewers from sites, such as TechSpot, hardwarezone.com.sg, Techradar, and Expert Reviews all gave it a spot on their list.
Taking a look at the Adata SU750 1TB, it got featured in roundups from two reliable sources that conduct their own testing - PCmag and Tom's Hardware - but it fell short of earning a top spot in either.
We couldn't find any sources that tested both of these Internal SSDs, so we only analyzed how they performed in reviews from different sites.
We first examined which sources rated each of these best and found that the Intel SSD 520 240GB got its highest, 8.5, rating from TechSpot, while the Adata SU750 1TB earned its best, 8, score from PCmag.
Lastly, we averaged out all of their review ratings and observed that the Intel SSD 520 240GB, with its 8.0 average, performed considerably better than most Internal SSDs - the mean score for the product category being 7.8 out of 10 - while the Adata SU750 1TB managed an average of 7.0.
There's one caveat here - it might not be entirely justifiable to do a direct Intel SSD 520 240GB vs. Adata SU750 1TB review average comparison since they aren't priced the same and more expensive products tend to get higher review scores from some sources.