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Samsung EVO 960 EVO NVMe M.2 SSD 250GB Specs

Samsung EVO 960 EVO NVMe M.2 SSD 250GB Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
Model960 EVO NVMe M.2 250 GB
DateOct 2016
SSD form factorM.2
Colour of productBlack
Protection featuresShock resistant
Solid-state drive capacity250 GB
Solid-state drive interfacePCI Express 3.0
Read speed3200 MB/s
Write speed1500 MB/s
NVM Express (NVMe) supported
NVM Express (NVMe) version1.2
Drive device, buffer size1024 MB
PCI Express interface data lanesx4
Security algorithms256-bit AES
S.M.A.R.T. support
TRIM support
Sequential writing
Maximum read (4KB)380000 IOPS
Maximum write (4KB)360000 IOPS
Controller typeSamsung Polaris
Mean time between failures (MTBF)1500000 h

Samsung EVO 960 EVO NVMe M.2 SSD 250GB Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2018-04-02
Fantastic specifications, mostly awesome performance, huge capacity,It's ain't cheap, the performance isn't perfect, Intel's 3D XPoint might be far faster,
The first consumer SSDs had some serious performance flaws. Once those were hammered out, SSDs began to bump up against the limitations of the SATA interface and AHCI control protocol. Then PCI Express technology removed that bottleneck, and the NVMe prot...
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Reviewed on 2018-01-10
Form factor is the shape and connection type used to hook up the SSD to your computer. There are two main physical shapes on the market: the traditional 2.5in drive, which is direct drop-in replacement for a hard drive, and the M.2 format. This latter typ...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-09
There is a lot of renewal and progress in the area of fast storage. Time to cover all the recent developments, including a test of 17 PCI-Express SSDs. This way you have an overview of the state of affairs in this market.The last time we created an overvi...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-27
Blazing fast sequential read and write speeds, One of the fastest, if not the fastest consumer level SSD currently on the market, Copper coating on the sticker is a nice touch for heat dissipation, Available in 500GB, 1TB and 2TB models, Perfect for cont...Crazily expensive for a storage drive
Featuring 3D V-NAND technology, the transistors are actually stacked vertically as opposed to horizontally inside of the silicone chips. What this means is that they can be layered on top of each other thus meaning more of them can be used. Samsung isn't...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-17
PCIe 3.0 x4 interface with NVMe protocol, Equipped with V-NAND technology, Available in 512GB, 1TB and 2TB capacities, Excellent sequential and random read and write speeds, Performs equally well with compressible and incompressible data, Small M.2 2280 f...Pricey
With solid-state technology advancing at an ever increasing rate, Samsung has begun to look for ways to push performance beyond the limits of the current SATA specifications. In addition to technologies like RAPID (Real-time Accelerated Processing of I/O...
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Reviewed on 2017-01-09
Fastest. SSD. Ever, 5-year warrantySubstantial price premium over SATA SSDs, No included migration software
However, we're now in the middle of another transition: within the last 18 months or so, standard SATA SSDs have all run up against what used to be the performance province of only the higher-end drives: the bandwidth limitations of the SATA interface. Th...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-16
When I was testing Samsung's new 960 Pro M.2/NVMe SSD, a coworker looking over my shoulder at the results declared, “That's sick!” High praise in today's parlance, and a direct response to this drive's incredible speed. It's a phrase I continued to voice...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-16
Insanely fast with large files, Up to 2TB capacityJust average with small files, Pricey
When I was testing Samsung's new 960 Pro M.2/NVMe SSD, a coworker looking over my shoulder at the results declared, “That's sick!” High praise in today's parlance, and a direct response to this drive's incredible speed. It's a phrase I continued to voice...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-10
Huge speed gains over older SSDs, Smart, small design, Long warrantyHigh price, Slightly slower with smaller files
Samsung was the first company to bring real consumer PCI-E-based M.2 drives to the market, but it's hardly a new player in this arena – the firm released several OEM drives before it made a huge impact with last year's 950 Pro. That drive impressed, and...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-30
Extremely fast, ReliableExpensive
Not only does Samsung's new SSD flagship rock otherworldly speeds, it lands with capacities far in excess of the 950 Pro (which is available in 256GB and 512GB models). Now, the smallest 960 Pro is 512GB, with 1TB and 2TB versions topping out the range. T...
Reviewed on 2016-11-24
We've only just looked at the flagship model in the new Samsung 960 range, the Pro, and found it to be gobsmackingly good.However, we and Samsung both know that not everyone has the deep pockets necessary to fund such a lavish purchase, and so we're also...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-22
It's that time of the year, Samsung released its new NVMe SSD line, the 960 Pro. As we are familiar with Samsung's nomenclature, the “PRO” version is MCL based and is equipped with the best components available to the consumer market, whereas the EVO is T...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-15
Fastest performing value-oriented consumer M.2, Up to 1TB of capacity, Outperformed the Pro version in a handful of testsLoses some of the top-end steam compared to the Pro model
Back in September, Samsung announced two new NVMe drives. The 960 PRO is targeted to pro users and enthusiasts, and the 960 EVO aims to take the advantages of NVMe and bring it to the everyday consumer. The 960 EVO comes to market with the idea of allowin...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-15
Samsung 960 EVO 1 Terabyte M.2 NVMe SSD More value at with blazing performancePrecisely one month after the 960 Pro release Samsung releases the 960 EVO. The more wallet friendly M.2. SSD promises to be roughly as fast and versatile as the Pro model, a pr...
Reviewed on 2016-11-15
Best performing M.2 (TLC) SSDs tested to date, Outsanding performance for their price, Write speeds in our mixed workload test beat even the 960 PROCompared to 600p, cost is still high (but these 960 EVO outperforms by a large margin)
Since Samsung's announcement of the 960 Series SSDs, I have been patiently waiting not for the 960 PRO (reviewed a few weeks back), but for the 960 EVO. It is the EVO, in my opinion, that is the big release here. Sure, it doesn't have the quad Hexadecimal...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-11
There have been few hardware items that have seen such rapid development as storage. Sure processors get incrementally faster and have a few more cores now and then, and a graphics card can gain performance through the addition of extra cores and some arc...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-31
Improved speed from previous generation makes this the fastest consumer SSD on market, Available in capacities up to 2TBPricey, Has a shorter warranty than Samsung's other high-end drives
If you have a real need for (storage) speed, you can't get any faster than the Samsung SSD 960 Pro ($329 for 512GB). It's not the cheapest internal solid-state drive (SSD) you can buy, but in using the faster NVMe protocol, it improves on the speeds of th...
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Reviewed on 2016-10-20
Once a year, Samsung manages to redefine performance in the consumer space. Last year Samsung introduced us to NVMe in the M.2 form factor with the launch of their 950 Pro. Despite the constraints of a tiny 22mm x 80mm form factor, the 950 Pro delivered p...
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