ADATA IM2P33E8 2TB NVMe PCIe Gen3.0 x4 M.2 Commercial SSD Review (Page 7)

| Feb 28, 2020 at 10:55 am CST
Rating: 90%Manufacturer: ADATAModel: IM2P33E8-002TD

Final Thoughts

ADATA's newest industrial/commercial SSD has reevaluated our opinion of this class of SSDs. Typically, when we think of "industrial" SSDs, lower performance goes hand in hand with increased durability and operating range - not so with ADATA's IM2P33E8 M.2 SSD. Overall, the drive exceeded expectations and additionally proved itself to be an excellent choice for consumer applications if you can get your hands-on one.


When evaluating our user experience ranking, we are looking for a minimum score of 4K, and ADATA's IMP33E8 manages to deliver that and a bit more. This is what matters most in our opinion and makes this drive worthy of a TweakTown recommendation.

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Looking back at our test results, we can spot several results that make the IM2P33E8 stand out as an excellent performing SSD. First on the list is the drive's sequential write performance with CDM. It is the best we've seen for a Gen3 SSD.

Secondly, we were very impressed with the drive's write transfer performance, as illustrated by our DiskBench result. Right after that, and maybe the most impressive is how fast the IM2P33E8 loads game levels. Finally, we were impressed with the way the drive handled the heavy workloads generated by the PCMark 10 full system disk test.

With its overall strong performance, ADATA's IM2P33E8 2TB SSD has earned our silver recommended award.


  • Heavy Workloads
  • Capacity
  • Endurance


  • Light Workloads

Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 12:34 pm CDT

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Overall Rating90%

The Bottom Line

The ADATA IM2P33E8 delivers impressive performance and endurance for a commercial/industrial SSD.

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