**LIKE THIS REVIEW IN 15 SECONDS OR YOU WILL BE CURSED WITH CHAIN BREAKAGE**
Joking, probably. But the best part of the GX chain is that you KNOW it's reliable. There's a reason why bike manufatures use the GX chain instead of an X01 on a stock X01 build. It just works. And it works well. With the entire GX groupset weighing in a just half a pound heavier than the X01 kit, the chain is hardly the place where you'll gain all of that weight. And you'll sleep well at night knowing that you won't break it specifically because you liked this review within 15 seconds.
You got Eagle? You need a chain? well look no further, sure it might be heavier than the X01 or XX1 chain but really it's a gram or two who cares. I can't speak for the longevity of it, but it's still going strong showing no signs of wearing out anytime soon.
I will note that all the new eagle chains that I have check new tend not to even register on my chain checking device and for optimal replacement time once it reaches .5 on my checker I replace it. On my 11 spd stuff I would switch out at .75 but these tend to prefer .5.