Conclusion and Final Thought
As Silicon Power is known for its budget SSDs, they never known for their performance but with P34A80 new PCIe Gen3x4 interface performance-wise it catches up to the other big SSD players like Samsung and ADATA. Performance is just as expected, given it’s powered by Phison’s E12 NVMe controller and Toshiba BiCS3 TLC NAND flash delivered high-end performance overall.
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Performance-wise P34A80 512GB offer an average of 3300 MB/s sequential read and 2,100 MB/s sequential write speeds which is lower than its 3000 MB/s according to its official specification. But still, its performance placed the Silicon Power P34A80 to the middle position of the high-end M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD line-up.
The biggest positive point of the Silicon Power P34A80 is its price as its good 30% cheaper than its closest competitor. The P34A80 512 GB model available for just ₹6000 in India ($59.99 in USA) which is ₹2000 less than next same performance SSD available in the market at time of this review, making it the king of price to performance SSD currently, yes you can get similar capacity QLC M.2 SSD at this price but they don’t offer performance and endurance like P34A80. Overall, Silicon Power P34A80 lacks a creative name but it offers a solid SSD for the price and it’s very hard to overlook if you want the best price to performance right now.