Reviews and Problems with Samsung 840 EVO Series (MZ-7TE120 / MZ-7TE250 / MZ-7TE500 / MZ-7TE750 / MZ-7TE1T0)
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Samsung 840 EVO 250GB Review
Computing on Demand
3 July 2014
Excerpt: We love speed… and after reviewing the Samsung 840 Pro , we were chomping at the bit to get the 840 EVO in the lab. Not only does the newer EVO model use newer 19nm 3-bit Triple-Level Cell vs that of 2-bit MLC found in the 840 Pro, but it also features a much more attractive price-point and an...
Samsung 840 EVO Solid State Drive Review: Evolution by Samsung
10 March 2014
Summary: Despite the current price war Samsung developers work on performance of their SSDs in addition to value. And Samsung 840 EVO is the result of such work. This SSD is one of the greatest technologically advanced drive for consumer market today.
Excerpt: The Samsung 840 Pro landed on our Best of the Best list when it was launched in December 2012, and it has remained at the top of the SSD pile ever since, thanks to its blistering speed, impeccable pedigree, and superb software.
Pros: Ridiculously fast; effective caching; every capacity.
Samsung SSD 840 EVO Series 750GB Solid State Drive
9 September 2013
Conclusion: TRIM Performance: While SSDs offer many benefits, there are some downsides to using flash memory. One of the biggest issues people run into is performance degradation. Over time, an SSD will run out of fresh blocks and will have to write over data the file system has marked as deleted.
Pros: Available in 120GB, 250GB, 500GB, 750GB and 1TB capacities, Features RAPID mode and TurboWrite technology, Excellent sequential read and write speeds, Very good random read and write performance, Performs equally well with compressible and incompressible data, Good looking, ultra-slim design, SAT...
Cons: Samsung's 3-bit MLC NAND is not as durable as 2-bit MLC NAND
Samsung 840 Evo SSD review: the entire series tested!
25 July 2013
Excerpt: Last week Samsung announced the new 840 Evo SSD series to replace the existing 840 series. The write speeds should be significantly higher, but the affordable price remains the same. We tested the entire series consisting of 120 GB, 250 GB, 500 GB, 750 GB and 1 TB models.
Conclusion: The ludicrous numbers obtained through RAPID Mode will no doubt hog the headlines, but the real star of the 840 EVO show, we feel, is TurboWrite. Using a good-sized portion of NAND in single-level-cell mode to speed-up all incoming writes makes implicit sense on a consumer drive.
Conclusion: I was extremely excited about Crucial's M500 because it was the first reasonably priced ~1TB SSD. Even though its performance wasn't class leading, it was honestly good enough to make the recommendation a no-brainer. The inclusion of features like eDrive support were just the icing on the cake.