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Samsung MZ-V7E500BW 970 EVO 500GB NVMe M.2 Internal SSD Black £71.36 @ Amazon Germany
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Samsung MZ-V7E500BW 970 EVO 500GB NVMe M.2 Internal SSD Black £71.36 @ Amazon Germany

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Posted 17th Dec 2019

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  • The 970 EVO transforms high-end gaming and offers rapid speed for data-intensive work thanks to the new Phoenix controller and the intelligent TurboWrite technology.
  • Performance data of up to 3,300 MB / s * when reading and up to 2,500 MB / s * when writing are up to 32% higher than in the previous generation.
  • Samsung Magician software keeps the drive up to date with updates; monitors status parameters and optimizes performance for you. Operating temperature: 0 ° C - 70 ° C
  • Manufacturer warranty: 5 years for sales and shipping through Amazon.de. When selling and shipping through a third party, the information of the respective seller applies
  • Hard disk size is 500 GB
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9 Comments
Cheapest it's ever been?
Ordered, thanks!
Cold, a 1TB SATA 2.5" is about £10 more. This is the Samsung tax.
Shrekt17/12/2019 12:12

Cold, a 1TB SATA 2.5" is about £10 more. This is the Samsung tax.


Yeah but a 2.5 SATA SSD is not going to have NVMe speeds. What a pointless argument.
Edited by: "StrifeyWolf" 17th Dec 2019
StrifeyWolf17/12/2019 14:36

Yeah but a 2.5 SATA SSD is not going to have NVMe speeds. What a pointless …Yeah but a 2.5 SATA SSD is not going to have NVMe speeds. What a pointless argument.


The difference isn't that big in real world usage, also you double the storage amount. Not sure how that's a pointless argument
StrifeyWolf17/12/2019 14:36

Yeah but a 2.5 SATA SSD is not going to have NVMe speeds. What a pointless …Yeah but a 2.5 SATA SSD is not going to have NVMe speeds. What a pointless argument.


NVME speeds are very specific use case scenarios to see much difference. For the average user who isnt moving 200gb files around multiple times per day, you won't notice any difference.

DRAM-less 1tb SSD's are the same or cheaper than this, DRAM SSD's are only £15 more.

A very worthwhile argument to make sure people get there money's worth
ToxicHazard17/12/2019 17:35

NVME speeds are very specific use case scenarios to see much difference. …NVME speeds are very specific use case scenarios to see much difference. For the average user who isnt moving 200gb files around multiple times per day, you won't notice any difference.DRAM-less 1tb SSD's are the same or cheaper than this, DRAM SSD's are only £15 more. A very worthwhile argument to make sure people get there money's worth


Then surely those people who need NVMe for those "very specific use case scenarios" and are willing to pay extra for that, will not find the advice "SATA SSDs are cheaper" helpful?

I mean the only people here should be the people who are looking for NVMe, since it's clearly marked as such in the page description.
StrifeyWolf17/12/2019 18:49

Then surely those people who need NVMe for those "very specific use case …Then surely those people who need NVMe for those "very specific use case scenarios" and are willing to pay extra for that, will not find the advice "SATA SSDs are cheaper" helpful? I mean the only people here should be the people who are looking for NVMe, since it's clearly marked as such in the page description.


Most people understandably can get confused with the different acronyms and numbers when it comes to SSDs.
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