Samsung 970 EVO 2TB – NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 SSD (MZ-V7E2T0BW)

March 10, 2019 - Comment

Samsung’s 970 EVO continues to lead industry standards with V-NAND technology for reliable and superior performance. Accelerate into next-gen computing with read speeds up to 3,500MB/s* and a 5-year limited warranty with exceptional endurance up to 1,200 TBW*. Experience the SSD that goes further. * May vary by capacity Product Features Built with Samsung’s industry

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Samsung’s 970 EVO continues to lead industry standards with V-NAND technology for reliable and superior performance. Accelerate into next-gen computing with read speeds up to 3,500MB/s* and a 5-year limited warranty with exceptional endurance up to 1,200 TBW*. Experience the SSD that goes further. * May vary by capacity

Product Features

  • Built with Samsung’s industry leading V-NAND technology for reliable and superior performance
  • Read speeds up to 3,500MB/s* with a 5-year limited warranty and exceptional endurance up to 1,200 TBW* (* May vary by capacity)
  • Seamless cloning and file transfers with the Samsung Magician Software, the ideal SSD management solution for performance optimization and data security with automatic firmware updates
  • Samsung’s Dynamic Thermal Guard reduces risk of overheating and minimizes performance drops. Supporting features is trim required operating system support, garbage collection and s.m.a.r.t. Operating temperature is 0 degree to 70 degree celsius
  • The NVMe interface (PCIe M.2 2280) offers enhanced bandwidth, low latency, and power efficiency, perfect for tech enthusiasts, high-end gamers, and 4K & 3D content designers

Comments

Anonymous says:

How far we’ve come! Amazing technology. I wanted the 960 series so bad but kept waiting for a price drop that never came. Now with the newer and better 970 series, I pulled the trigger and purchased one. This is the first time I’ve actually got my hands on an NVMe drive. I always thought they were about the size of RAM, but they are closer to a stick of gum in size. I can’t believe how small they are. Installation is easy as long as you can get to it. In my case it’s between PCIe slots so I had to remove my…

Anonymous says:

Better then expected! so far so good. I had a pre installed Kingston m.2 sata drive in my MSI gaming laptop and it did the job, just not very quickly. After cloning my system over to the 970 EVO I was eager to see the difference in speed. To my surprise the boot time didn’t really change, it might be half a second faster, so little I began to wonder if the price was worth it. I decided to open Adobe Lightroom as that is what I primarily use this computer for. I had processed a batch of photos with the old drive and…

Anonymous says:

Most users will gain 0 benefit over less expensive ssd. I was super excited to get this, I’m a mostly hardcore gamer with a 144Hz Gsync that is sensitive to input delay and refresh rates. I expected my socks to be knocked off the first time my PC booted and I did some general task stuff. Honestly? You can benchmark all you want, but there is 0 perceivable difference between an nvme and a Sata3 SSD outside of moving gigantic files.Your games will maybe load 1 second faster. OS maybe boots slightly faster, but who does that?The…

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