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Samsung 870 EVO SSD Sata Review: Is It Really Better Than 860 EVO?

Samsung 870 EVO SSD Sata is currently one of the high-end computer processors that were released last January. Samsung’s new desktop processor was launched on Jan. 20.

Samsung 870 EVO SSD Sata's Exact Specs: Things That Makes This a Great Computer Hardware

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Samsung 870 EVO SSD Sata’s Exact Specs: Things That Makes This a Great Computer Hardware

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“New 870 EVO is ideal for both general and professional use 38% higher random read performance speeds up everyday computing tasks 30% improved sustained performance further extends SSD endurance,” said Samsung via its Newsroom blog.

“Representing the culmination of our SATA SSD line, the new 870 EVO delivers a compelling mix of performance, reliability, and compatibility for casual laptop and desktop PC users as well as Network Attached Storage (NAS) users,” added KyuYoung Lee, the company’s vice president of Memory Brand Product Biz.

Samsung 870 EVO SSD Sata’s key features

To help you have an idea of how powerful this new Samsung product is, here are all its specific key features you need to know;

  • Category: Samsung 870 EVO
  • Warranty: Five-year Limited Warranty
  • Capacity: 4TB, 2TB, 1TB, 500GB, 250GB
  • Sequential Read/Write Speed: Up to 560/530 MB/s
  • Interface: SATA 6Gbps
  • Form Factor: 2.5-inch
  • Storage Memory: Samsung V-NAND 3-bit MLC (TLC)
  • Controller: Samsung Controller
  • Random Read/Write Speed: Random Read 98K, Write 88K IOPS
  • Management Software: Samsung Magician
  • Total Bytes Written: 2,400TBW (4TB), 1,200TBW (2TB), 600TBW (1TB), 300TBW (500GB), 150TBW (250GB)
  • DRAM: 4GB LPDDR4 (4TB), 2GB LPDDR4 (2TB), 1GB LPDDR4 (1TB), 512MB LPDDR4 (250/500GB)

What makes Samsung 870 EVO SSD Sata better? 

According to The Verge‘s previous report, Samsung 870 EVO SSD is so fast that it can reach the maximum possible speed for sequential read and write on a SATA drive. On the other hand, the 870 EVO SSD also has the upper hand when it comes to random read speeds since Samsung confirmed that it has 38% better random read speeds compared to Samsung 860 EVO SSD. The latest version also has a 30% improvement in sustained performance. Another great aspect of the new SSD card is that users will have a five-year warranty, allowing them to check if the product actually reaches all the claimed specs of Samsung. 

There are also some rumors claiming that Samsung 860 EVO SSD still has better performance in reading and writing speeds. However, these are all just speculations. 860 EVO SSD has a lower price compared to the latest version. This means that it has more compromises compared to Samsung 870 EVO SSD SATA. 

For more news updates about Samsung’s upcoming products, always keep your tabs open here at TechTimes.  

Related Article: Samsung 870 Evo SSD Vs 860 SSD: Price and Speed Comparison

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Written by: Giuliano de Leon.

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