Samsung 850 Pro

jolli

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That's one seriously fast SSD. That pricing structure hurts a little, though. :)
 

Liger88

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I jizzed so h ard in my pants reading 3 reviews. Steep price, but I think for first gen stacked NAND it's worth it, especially if you're paranoid. We are quickly getting down to some 1 microsecond read/write times. Makes my drive doing 300-400 seem slow lol.

Would love to see a 1.5-2TB by the end of this year or next year with the 860 Pro Second Gen.
 

lutjens

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What's annoying about this SSD is the really small PCB that they use. If they used a full sized PCB with the same NAND, they could very easily release a 2TB SSD.

I guess they have to milk it some more before releasing the good stuff...:rolleyes:
 

Damar

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I was actually shopping around for a new SSD to upgrade my 840 Pro 256GB.... almost pulled the trigger on a 512GB 840 Pro but after seeing this... I may wait and see where MSRP ends up on these... that 1TB would be nice for quite some time.
 

munkle

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Do want, though for the price I would probably get a mx100 instead, I just don't need that much performance.
 

spazoid

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I jizzed so h ard in my pants reading 3 reviews. Steep price, but I think for first gen stacked NAND it's worth it, especially if you're paranoid. We are quickly getting down to some 1 microsecond read/write times. Makes my drive doing 300-400 seem slow lol.

Would love to see a 1.5-2TB by the end of this year or next year with the 860 Pro Second Gen.

This SSD is actually based on second generation 3D NAND (or V-NAND as Samsung calls it)
 
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