Samsung 860 QVO 1TB 2.5 Inch SATA III Internal SSD (MZ-76Q1T0B/AM)
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- Latest 4-Bit MLC technology delivers fast read/write speeds of 550/520 MB/s
- Terabyte-level capacity eliminates the need for multiple storage Solutions
- V-nand reliability
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Make Your PC Feel Like New
With Samsung QVO 860 SSD performance in your PC, you can enjoy lightning-fast bootup speeds, terabyte-level storage, and trusted reliability– all at an incredible value.
- Fast read/write speeds of up to 550/520 MB/s*
- Store hours of 4K videos and thousands of photos with terabyte-level storage
A New Standard in Speed
Get outstanding speed that makes bootups and transferring files fast. Once you’ve experienced SSD performance, there’s no going back to a hard disk drive.
The Freedom to Store More
Terabyte-level capacity lets you store hours of your favorite 4K movies, tons of games, and thousands of photos, all without compromising speed.
Tech You Can Trust
The Samsung 860 QVO features a solid state design, meaning there’s no moving parts to wear down and break. You’ll enjoy peace of mind knowing all your movies, games, and photos are safe and sound.
*Performance may vary depending on SSD’s firmware version and system hardware & configuration. The sequential write performances are measured with Intelligent TurboWrite technology being activated. The sequential write performances may not be sustained for the portion of data exceeding over Intelligent TurboWrite buffer size. Sequential performance measurements are based on CrystalDiskMark v. 5.0.2. Random performance measurements are based on IOmeter1.1.0. Test system configuration: Intel Core i7-4790k CPU@4GHz, DDR3 1600MHz 8GB, OS-Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit, Chipset-ASUS-Z97-PRO. The Intelligent TurboWrite technology adjusts the buffer size to optimal level within the usable disk space; up to 42 GB for 1 TB model and up to 78 GB for 2TB and 4 TB models. For more information on the Intelligent TurboWrite, please visit the official website.
**Performance may vary based on system hardware & configuration.
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I cloned my 512gb Mushkin to the Samsung drive w/o a problem using Acronos True Image 2019 instead of the Samsung Magician software that you can download.
Put the Samsung in as the boot drive to see if it would boot and the PC booted right up...I booted the drive several times to see if there were any problems but there were none.
I then erased the 512gb drive and will use it as my second drive putting Linux 19.1 Mint on it giving me a dual boot system.
I'm very, very pleased.
So, finally, about to give up I right clicked on "This PC" in File Explorer, hoping to find something of note. I found Manage. Navigated to Disk Management, and waited for a moment. Finally, it was shown that the new SSD was not formatted. Like literally at all. So I just did that, and now it shows up in file explorer. yay.
After a few tests, it says that it's downloading and moving files at around 1 MB/s, where the other components are now bottlenecking it. So...all in all...looks good for a hard drive.
EDIT: However, running programs on this SSD seems to be severely harming my CPU performance. I can't seem to fathom why. Sometimes it even tops out my CPU to 100% playing League of Legends, which is just the oddest thing, as it never went beyond 20% before migrating it over to SSD. Perhaps the drive has a high miss rate, and is forcing the CPU to continuously query the drive?