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Old 17-10-16, 08:02 PM
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Samsung's 960 EVO SSD is now available for Pre-Order in the US

Samsung's 960 EVO SSD is now available for Pre-Order in the US, offering sequential read speeds of up to 3.2GB/s and capacities of up to 1TB.



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Old 17-10-16, 08:45 PM
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That price for the 1TB is actually not too bad. Expensive compared to some of the 2.5" SSDs, but hey this is M.2!
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Old 17-10-16, 08:46 PM
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Until this 1TB spec and size comes down to the price of a 256GB model I'll be sticking to what I have.
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Still got my trusty Samsung 850 Pro 512 GB. I also have a SM951 128 GB as boot drive, but I'm not really impressed with these M.2 due to the amount of heat they produce. I actually put heat sinks on mine to prevent damaging it over time.
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Still got my trusty Samsung 850 Pro 512 GB. I also have a SM951 128 GB as boot drive, but I'm not really impressed with these M.2 due to the amount of heat they produce. I actually put heat sinks on mine to prevent damaging it over time.
Really?... I've never thought of it to be honest and I also have the 850 Pro 512GB.
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At least it's a black PCB
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