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Samsung 250GB 2.5" Solid State Drive

( 4.6 Average / 20 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Samsung

Model

750 EVO

Part #

MZ-750250BW

Capacity

250GB

Interface

SATA 6 Gb/s

Cache

N/A

Form Factor

2.5"

GB/$1.00

1.67

Price/GB

$0.60

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Reviews

umbrellaman 8 points 13 months ago
from completed build First Build

First SSD used, definitely worth the buck for the performance delivered.

rsvanarnam 25 points 12 months ago
from completed build Skylake Classified

OS and a couple of games on here. Fast, no complaints. Will replace with an M.2 when prices go down.

blackberry007 14 points 9 months ago
from completed build Xtremis Mk1

Read speeds are perfect. Costs too much for just 250gb though. Product is perfect but I would recommend getting higher memory if you could afford it

pioco56 1 point 8 months ago
from completed build Breath of Life I7 First Gen Build

Storage: Got the SAMSUNG 750 PRO 250GB for 47 EUR about 20 US$ cheaper than in PCPP USA (price the moment i checked 74 dollars) bought in Europe.

Heiligerhammer 13 points 7 months ago

Normally I'd go with an 850 EVO but the 750 is still ridiculously fast. I would definitely go with this again. Especially for users who have never experienced SSD speeds before and for the price.

Jseattle 12 points 7 months ago
from completed build Lone Wolf

It is the same size as an 850 (I own a 120gb 850 series) and performance for everyday tasks is exactly the same. The chips inside are newer, the warranty is lower ... but the price is also lower as well.

It is supported by Samsung Magician Software which helps (with the push of a button) migrate all your data to swap an HDD with an SSD (if this is going to replace your current drive), it can monitor SMART performance, drive performance, performance benchmarks and create a power profile based on maximum performance, reliability etc. -

Arathion 16 points 7 months ago
from completed build Beast

Having to manually change the formatting to install an OS is a bit annoying on a fresh build.

thatguy11m 6 points 7 months ago
from completed build SliX - GTX 1060

I've always heard good reviews on Samsung SSDs so I went with this and I'm already enjoying the loading speeds with it even compared to my Sony Ultrabook that also runs on SSD.

from completed build Lil' Dudes

Samsung 750 EVO. Ok, yeah i read reviews - im goign to end up with 1/2 the rights of a 850 EVO. But know what hes coming from a spinning drive on a laptop. The only reason i didn't go with another brand for like 10 less is i have been happy with my 850 EVO. So figured i would stick with a brand that worked for me.

Nicz 17 points 6 months ago

Fast and cheaper than 850 Evo