• Samsung 860 PRO and EVO SSDs aim to supercharge your 4K

    25 days ago - By SlashGear

    Samsung has a new pair of performance SSDs, and if you're prone to fast drive envy you should probably look away now. The Samsung 860 PRO and 860 EVO and the latest in the memory maker's SATA interface solid-state drives, and the successors to the 850 PRO and 850 EVO that proved to be so popular among enthusiasts back in...
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  • Samsung announces the 860 Evo and 860 Pro as successors to the most popular SSDs ever

    Samsung announces the 860 Evo and 860 Pro as successors to the most popular SSDs ever

    25 days ago - By The Verge

    Samsung's 850 line of SSDs has basically ruled as the most popular and reliable solid-state drive for most consumers since it was released back in 2014. And while Samsung has released a few incremental updates over the years to increase storage capacity, the company has announced the first true successor to the iconic 850 Evo and 850 Pro drives: the 860 Evo and 860 Pro .
    As one might be able to guess from the incremental shift in the names, the new models aren't a massive leap forward, but a more evolutionary advance for Samsung's models. The biggest change is a shift from 48-layer 3D NAND...
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  • Samsung releases new, speedier 860 Pro and Evo SSDs - CNET

    Samsung releases new, speedier 860 Pro and Evo SSDs - CNET

    25 days ago - By CNET

    The most up-to-date additions to the company's SATA interface lineup are aimed at consumers working with high-resolution photos and 4K videos.
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  • Intel SSD 760p Review: The New NVMe Value Leader

    Intel SSD 760p Review: The New NVMe Value Leader

    25 days ago - By Tom's Hardware

    Intel's new 760p uses the latest 64-layer flash to boost performance while keeping pricing in check.
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  • Intel 760P SSD review: This affordable NVMe delivers on read speed, falters on writes

    Intel 760P SSD review: This affordable NVMe delivers on read speed, falters on writes

    25 days ago - By PC World

    Intel is marketing its 760P NVMe SSD and cohort as “NVMe speed for not much more than the cost of SATA,” a slower and more affordable interface. That speed is exactly what you get the vast majority of the time. But on occasions when you copy more data than the drive's caching system can hold, you also get sustained write speed that's only a little faster than...SATA. Sorry, Intel brought it up. The slowdown in sustained write speed, such as when you copy a Blu-ray movie rip or large game to the drive, won't often affect you. Even when it does, the 760P's write rate is hardly slow, and it...
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  • Samsung 860 Pro review

    Samsung 860 Pro review

    25 days ago - By Digital Trends

    Samsung's latest SSD leaked a bit ahead of schedule, but there's more to the 860 Pro than its hardware and a hefty price tag. Specs can't really communicate how... boring this SSD really is, or why that's a good thing.
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  • Samsung 860 Pro SSD Review

    Samsung 860 Pro SSD Review

    25 days ago - By Tom's Hardware

    Samsung's SATA line moves forward a generation today. The iconic 850 series will enter end of life status while the new 860 rises to take its place.
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  • Samsung 860 Pro SATA SSD review: Great performance, capacity and longevity

    Samsung 860 Pro SATA SSD review: Great performance, capacity and longevity

    25 days ago - By PC World

    In a world headed toward NVMe, the appearance of a new 2.5-inch SATA SSD such as the Samsung 860 Pro might seem a bit boring. But that's ignoring the fact that there are untold millions of PCs with legacy SATA interfaces that deserve the new lease on life that replacing their hard drive with an SSD delivers-it makes that drastic a difference in feel and actual performance. To that end, the 860 Pro is quite likely the best SATA SSD for the job. Design and features
    If the traditional concerns about capacity and longevity have held you back from upgrading to an SSD, then you're going to love...
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