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Posted 18 November 2022

Samsung 870 QVO 2 TB SATA 2.5 Inch Internal Solid State Drive 560/530 R/W MB/s £122.99 @Amazon

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Samsung 870 QVO 2 TB SATA 2.5 Inch Internal Solid State Drive 560/530 R/W MB/s

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  • Sequential Read/Write speeds up to 560/530 MB/s respectively; performance varies based on system hardware configuration
  • Interface: SATA 6 Gb/s, compatible with SATA 3 Gb/s and SATA 1.5 Gb/s interfaces
  • Form Factor: 2.5 Inch
  • Available Capacity: Up to 8 TB
  • Designed for mainstream PCs and laptops for personal, gaming, and business use

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    The Samsung 870 QVO 2TB SSD has the Faster Read/Write Speed and is usually £176.99 RRP... So biggest saving and better bang for the money.

    I bought one to Upgrade my Xbox One X from the standard 1TB 5400RPM mechanical drive to 2TB SSD... Which will vastly improve loading times and overall performance on a last Gen Console.

    1. Samsung 870 QVO 2TB SSD - 56O MB/s Read | 530 MB/s Write
    2. Crucial MX500 2TB SSD - 56O MB/s Read | 510 MB/s Write
    3. Crucial BX500 2TB SSD - 54O MB/s Read | 510 MB/s Write

    I was looking at the other Options ^
    To me I think that this is the BEST Deal. 🤟
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    They are all limited by the SATA interface more than anything else, looking at the quoted speed is meaningless, as is looking at the saving from RRP as the price is determined largely by NAND prices which vary depending on when the drive was released.

    The only real differentiators for budget SATA SSDs are whether it has a DRAM cache (in which case it will perform more reliably under high load or low capacity scenarios). Neither of these drives do so I'd personally just go for the cheapest one and leave at least 10-15% space free.