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Price / GB
- 21 points
- 10 months ago
from completed build 8700k 1080 Strix Obsidian 500D RGB Build
I'm using this as a game storage drive and it does its job well. I know there are better options, in terms of price/performance, but Samsung was the undisputed SSD king for years and, after owning so many of them, I'm inclined to pay a little more to stick with them. Their migration software is very handy/easy to use and they typically offer the best endurance/warranties, so at least you're getting something with the extra cost.
- 21 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build Deityrium
I use this as a storage SSD, and it is fast and good
- 19 points
- 17 months ago
from completed build Greenman
This is my boot disk, it is very fast for read and write but I got better boot times with a sata 850 on my last pc. Does not seem to overheat in this setup, which has a massive heatsink
- 17 points
- 6 months ago
from completed build The DeLorean - Glass Wing Cougar, Aorus Core
I wanted to get two of the 960 EVO Pro M.2 drives but my build was already too expensive. I'm not throwing shade at the 860 at all, as it transfers files very quickly. Even without the NVMe protocol, I feel like Samsung has truly gotten it right. Wouldn't go with any other manufacturer when it comes to M.2 SSDs.
- 14 points
- 1 month ago
from completed build NCASE M1 V6 - From a First Time Builder
It booted. Mark off because I thought it was NVME when I purchased (or rather, I didn’t know there was different M.2 types).
- 9 points
- 6 months ago
from completed build 2018 Gaming Powerhouse
This runs Windows 10 like a champ.
- 7 points
- 13 months ago
from completed build Ghost: The White Wolf
LOVE m.2 storage. Coming even from SATA SSD's it feels even faster on the boot up and launching programs.
- 4 points
- 9 months ago
from completed build Blackout w/minimal RGB
The problem with most of these $1000 builds is that it only has a 250 or 500GB SSD, and maybe another HDD. I wanted to go full SSD because it is way faster and the HDD will become obsolete in most consumer gaming builds in years to come. I hope this will last me 4 years, but if not, I would be happy that I didn’t spend the extra on an HDD and put it to another SSD.