Samsung 960 PRO 1TB SSD PCIe NVMe M.2 Internal SSD (MZ-V6P1T0BW)

August 6, 2019 - Comment

Experience incredible performance designed for heavy workloads and demanding applications with the high-capacity, highly reliable Samsung 960 PRO SSD. Ideal for high-end PCs and workstations, the 960 PRO boasts a cutting-edge 48-layer Samsung V-NAND-based architecture that delivers next-generation performance in a compact M.2 form factor. Samsung’s Magician software solution provides advanced functionality to manage, monitor

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Experience incredible performance designed for heavy workloads and demanding applications with the high-capacity, highly reliable Samsung 960 PRO SSD. Ideal for high-end PCs and workstations, the 960 PRO boasts a cutting-edge 48-layer Samsung V-NAND-based architecture that delivers next-generation performance in a compact M.2 form factor. Samsung’s Magician software solution provides advanced functionality to manage, monitor and optimize drive performance. The NVMe interface of the 960 PRO supports PCIe Gen 3 x4 lanes for an enhanced bandwidth and lower latency than SATA SSDs. You can experience massive sequential R/W (read/write) speeds up to 3,500 MB/s and 2,100 MB/s respectively.

Product Features

  • Storage Capacity: 1 TB SSD.
  • Product Type: NVMe M.2 Solid State Drive.
  • Interface: PCIe 3.0 x4, NVMe 1.2
  • Sequential Read Speed: Up to 3,500 MB/sec. Sequential Write Speed: Up to 2,100 MB/sec.
  • Random Write Speed: Random Write (4KB, QD32): Up to 360,000 IOPS (Thread 4). Random Read Speed: Random Read (4KB, QD32): Up to 440,000 IOPS (Thread 4).

Comments

Anonymous says:

The cure for computer rage. Length:: 0:57 Mins This review is for the .TL;DR │ Most insane NVMe drive yet. Insanely fast, insanely expensive, for insane people.- – – – -I am one of those insane people. I have 512GB (2×256GB) 950 Pro in RAID 0 for my gaming build, a 512GB 950 Pro for my laptop, and now, a 512GB 960 Pro (for the same laptop). From my…

Anonymous says:

but that’s what it takes if you want the best. The price premium over a regular SATA drive … Very expensive, but that’s what it takes if you want the best. The price premium over a regular SATA drive is not really worth it unless you are constantly working with or copying a large amount of data. It won’t give you extra performance in games for example.Make sure you test your speeds – use something like CrystalDiskMark or the built-in benchmarks in the Samsung Magician software. Set it to AHCI mode in the BIOS and install Samsung nvme drivers instead of using the regular…

Anonymous says:

Trophy wife or PCIe SSD who needs one? I had this drive installed in a Dell XPS. The Toshiba PCIe drive was fast about (1100mbs and ~600 on the write ) which is much faster than a mechanical and 2x faster than a SATA ssd. This drive is remarkable…. It’s 3200mbs read and 2300write is blazing fast.I have a SATA 850 EVO (read write ~500mbs) in my other computer. Boot times are similar. The real power comes when reading or transferring very large files. With very large files or gaming, it’s worth every penny. Is it…

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