Samsung 960 EVO 1TB (MZ-V6E1T0BW) PCI Express 3.0 x4 NVMe  M.2 Solid State Drive @ Amazon.de delivered £324
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Samsung 960 EVO 1TB (MZ-V6E1T0BW) PCI Express 3.0 x4 NVMe M.2 Solid State Drive @ Amazon.de delivered £324

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Found 31st Mar
  • Raise your performance expectations
  • Rest easy with solid reliability
  • Manage your drive like magic
  • 3,200MB/s seq read

The new Samsung NV Me SSD 960 EVO expands Samsung’s Client NV Me SSD line-up and brings the technology to the mainstream market. The 960 EVO will particularly appeal to those customers that want to discover next generation PC performance. It offers ultimate performance levels and through its availability in 250GB, 500GB and 1TB capacities in combination with its solid reliability make it the smart customer choice.
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    Where is the deal? It is normal price for this SSD.
    Original Poster
    Please point me to the same price then.
    Cheapest ive seen. Pcpartpicker puts everywhere else at 368+.
    If an SSD isn't (somehow) fast enough for you then I suppose this is a decent price. If you're looking for any sort of SSD to get away from HDD's though don't pay this much for 1TB
    theworldofgames9 m ago

    If an SSD isn't (somehow) fast enough for you then I suppose this is a …If an SSD isn't (somehow) fast enough for you then I suppose this is a decent price. If you're looking for any sort of SSD to get away from HDD's though don't pay this much for 1TB



    i think you mean "if a sata based ssd isn't fast enough"

    For the average user a nvme pcie based ssd, is a waste compared to a bog standard 850/860 evo. Start doing content creation and bang you just want more now and faster too ..

    Always get the right tools for the job you are doing..
    1992Buffy12 m ago

    How come the deal here at amazon offers 3,200MB/s read but at scan it is …How come the deal here at amazon offers 3,200MB/s read but at scan it is 500MB/s for roughly the same price? scan.co.uk/products/1tb-samsung-860-evo-m2-2280-ssd-sata3-6gb-s-mjx-mlc-v-nand-1gb-cache-read-550mb-s-write-520mb-s-97k


    Your link is SATA m.2, while this one is PCI-E nvme ssd
    1992Buffy16 m ago

    How come the deal here at amazon offers 3,200MB/s read but at scan it is …How come the deal here at amazon offers 3,200MB/s read but at scan it is 500MB/s for roughly the same price? scan.co.uk/products/1tb-samsung-860-evo-m2-2280-ssd-sata3-6gb-s-mjx-mlc-v-nand-1gb-cache-read-550mb-s-write-520mb-s-97k



    that is the 860 m.2 sata version max speed is around 560MB/s. the above is a 960 evo.. different things ..

    nvme pcie- 3.0 x4 which can reach 3.5GB/s read/write
    ACHI sata, can reach 560MB/S read/write
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    mreriksen7 m ago

    Your link is SATA m.2, while this one is PCI-E nvme ssd


    But why is the price so similar for such big differences?
    Skinflint is always a good place to compare specs:
    skinflint.co.uk/?cm…201
    Obviously, as others have pointed out the one from Scan is only SATA. A bit suspicious of that Scan listing as the URL implies 860 PRO but the link takes you to the 860 EVO. And the 860 EVO should be around £100 less than the 960 EVO NVMe.
    According to Skinflint, about the only advantages of the 860 EVO are 600TB vs 400TB endurance and a 5 vs 3 years warranty. Well and max power consumption although with the 960 EVO being up to x6 times faster it might win on power if it can race-to-idle.
    1992Buffy1 h, 19 m ago

    But why is the price so similar for such big differences?



    faster [binned] nand
    Thanks to the O! Ordered.
    who would of thought we would be paying over £300 for storage
    yoyo5910 h, 6 m ago

    who would of thought we would be paying over £300 for storage


    I recall a 500MB Hard Drive being ~$500 around the mid 90s so yes, this is cheap.
    The newer and faster PM981 is less than this on Scan:
    scan.co.uk/pro…v=c
    £298.80 with a 3 year warranty + postage if needed; free for me.
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