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Old 24-11-16, 05:23 PM
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Samsung NVMe 960 M.2 Evo SSD Review



Just how much slower is the Evo SSD when compared to the Pro? Could it be a bargain buy?


Samsung NVMe 960 M.2 Evo SSD Review
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Old 25-11-16, 05:01 AM
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Very nice review! This one has been put on my list now, affordable and an improved over my regular SSD. Thanks Tom!
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Great review !

Gonna get the 1TB Evo for my birthday in January
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Great review !

Gonna get the 1TB Evo for my birthday in January
That's a hella expensive birthday gift
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You know what Dice is like, To the point now can't tell which one is worse Dice or Chrazey
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What the....? Where do I come in, in all of this?
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B O O T I N G or installing fresh copy of Windows on this SSD as nr.1 drive? is it problematic when using M.2 port ? How about using the PCIe card adaptor with it ? Does the motherboard need some BIOS setup changes so it can boot/ install windows ?
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B O O T I N G or installing fresh copy of Windows on this SSD as nr.1 drive? is it problematic when using M.2 port ? How about using the PCIe card adaptor with it ? Does the motherboard need some BIOS setup changes so it can boot/ install windows ?
My 850 Pro detecs and works just like any other drive. And Windows installed like if it was any other drive. So should be fine and straight forward
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Just dropped 2 of these (same 500gb model) in 2 new workstations for a customer. The absolute performance is monstrous, especially when pulling lots of data from multiple 3D/BIM models, some big and sloppy PDF files and a sprinkling of 2D cad all running on multiple monitors at once, is just mind blowing. Completely smashed the previous m.2 drive I used in a lower cost build, one of the intel 600p series and makes my own 840 pro feel downright geriatric.
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