Samsung Ssd 870 Evo Test

The Samsung 860 EVO is a SATA SSD that has recently been around and gained a lot of attention. The 870 EVO is available now that promises some speed again and utilizes the highest speed that can be achieved through technology with this SATA interface.

Samsung 870 EVO Samsung 870 EVO is available in four sizes, with quite exciting pricing. The smaller 250GB model is available now at 39.90 euros. The more frequently popular 500GB version costs 69.90 euros. If you want to retire entirely from their HDDs will be able to find suitable alternatives using one (139.90 Euros), 2TB (269.90 Euros), and 4TB (549.90 Euros) models, which cannot only be used store Windows but also most media and games. The limited warranty offered by the manufacturer for five years can be impressive. Based on your chosen model, as high as 2,400TBW (Terabytes written) can be achieved, while smaller ones are correspondingly lower.

Like most SSDs, this is a SATA III SSD with a 2.5-inch format that can purr the best when connected to the SATA 6GB interconnect. The 870 EVO provides the highest sequential write and reads speeds of 560 and 560 MB/s, respectively, and it does pretty well. However, the actual rates were marginally lower. The SSD utilizes the internal MKX controller, which is Samsung’s sixth generation V-NAND 3-bit MLC. This Intelligent TurboWrite technology with a variable SLC buffer ensures even data transfer and is very effective.


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