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- Easy upgrade for faster boot-up, shutdown, application load and response Boosts burst write performance, making it ideal for typical PC workloads The perfect balance of performance and reliability Read/write speeds of up to 545/450 MB/s
- Blazing fast NVMe technology with read speeds of up to 1050 MB/s and write speeds of up to 1000 MB/s Password enabled 256-bit AES hardware encryption Shock and vibration resistant. Drop resistant up to 6.5 ft. (1.98m) Simple back up Sleek and compact design Cross Compatible USB 3.2 Gen-2 and USB-C (USB-A for older systems)
- FINGERPRINT SECURITY: SSD with fingerprint and password security
- BLAZING FAST STORAGE: Reads up to 1,050 MB/s / Writes up to 1 000 MB/s. Transfers files nearly 9.5x faster than hard drives
- LED STATUS INDICATOR: The T7 Touch features an LED square that illuminates to keep you informed of what your SSD is doing at a glance
- BUILT COMPACT AND STRONG: The T7 Touch SSD is roughly the size of a credit card and only weigh 2 ounces so it's easy to transfer files and take on the go. The SSD is also shock-resistant and withstands drops from 6 ft.
- THE SSD ALL-STAR: The latest 870 EVO has indisputable performance, reliability and compatibility built upon Samsung's pioneering technology EXCELLENCE IN PERFORMANCE: Enjoy professional level SSD performance with 870 EVO, which maximizes the SATA interface limit to 560/530 MB/s sequential speeds, accelerates write speeds and maintains long term high performance with a larger variable buffer INDUSTRY DEFINING RELIABILITY: Meet the demands of every task from everyday computing to 8K video processing, with up to 2,400 TBW MORE COMPATIBLE THAN EVER: 870 EVO has been compatibility tested for major host systems and applications, including chipsets, motherboards, NAS, and video recording devices UPGRADE WITH EASE: Simply plug 870 EVO into the standard 2.5 inch SATA form factor on your desktop PC or laptop and let the renewed migration software takes care of the rest
- Shaped by performance with SSD speeds up to 2000 MB/s to decrease load screen times and get you into the game faster. Up to 4TB of additional storage for you to keep your favorite games and save new games. Shock-resistant and portable form factor that provides fast access to your gaming library, anywhere you go. High-performance SSD with SuperSpeed USB 20Gb/s interface for your PC or console. Purpose-built for gamers based on WD_Black quality and reliability.
- Enterprise grade storage
- 2.5" slim form factor
- 1920GB capacity
- SATA 6Gb/s interface
- 1.3 drive writes per day (DWPD)
- M.2 2280
- PCIe 3.0 x4, NVMe
- USB 3.1 Gen 2
- A must-have for beginners who want to replace their traditional mechanical hard drive Advanced SLC Caching technology Shock and drop resistant. Quiet and lightweight ECC (Error Correction Code) function enhances efficiency
- TRANSFER IN A FLASH: Transfers files nearly 9.5x faster than external hard disk drive (HDD). Reads up to 1,050 MB/s / Writes up to 1,000 MB/s on USB 3.2 gen 2 supported devices*. * SAMSUNG RECOMMENDS users to download the latest firmware update via the included Portable SSD Software 1.0 to ensure optimal performance * Data transfer speed may vary depending on the user's PC environment and the types of data being transferred. USB 3.2 Gen2 and UASP support are required for maximum transfer speed (1,050 MB/s)** ** SAMSUNG RECOMMENDS the usage of the included USB Type-C to C and USB Type-C to A cables. Non-original cables may cause performance degradation due to the varying internal resistance and maximum allowable currency BUILT STRONG & SECURE: Shock-resistant and withstands drops from 6 ft. ADVANCED HEAT CONTROL: DYNAMIC THERMAL GUARD (DTG) TECHNOLOGY protects the T7 (T7 Touch) from overheating by automatically slowing down data transfer if necessary
- Enterprise-grade 3D TLC NAND flash technology +5/+12V power requirements, verify power supply compatibility Rated for 1 DWPD and 1750TB TBW Seagate DuraWrite lossless data reduction technology Best-fit for web servers, tiered storage analytics, and OLTP databases
- PCI-Express 3.0 x8
Commonly Asked Questions about Solid State Drives
A solid state drive, also sometimes referred to as a solid state hard drive, is a data storage solution that fills a similar role as a hard drive but utilizes no moving parts. Benefits can include increased performance, lower power consumption, quieter operation, and more. Below, NeweggBusiness answers several common questions about solid state drives.
How does a solid state drive store data?
The storage technology used in a solid state drive is similar to that of aUSB flash drive, smartphone, or portable MP3 player. In many of those devices, a flash memory chip is the physical component that stores the data. What is flash memory? It is an integrated circuit that utilizes transistors that can be switched on and off.
Those on and off positions are used to represent either a one or a zero, which can be interpreted as bits of binary code.
What is the difference between a single-level cell (SLC), multi-level cell (MLC), and triple-level cell (TLC) solid state drive?SLC, MLC, and TLC are different types of flash memory commonly used in solid state drives. The cells in a SLC flash memory chip hold one bit per cell. MLC and TLC cells on the other hand, can store multiple values. Because of that, they tend to experience more write operations and therefore can wear out quicker than SLC cells.
What is the operational lifespan of an average solid state drive?
The operational lifespan of a solid state drive depends on how it is used, but generally a SSD can last up to several years. Also, a solid state drive does not abruptly stop working after several years of use, but rather its performance starts to slowly degrade over a long period. Because write operations wear out flash memory, they are the biggest determining factors in a SSD’s lifespan.
How much power does a solid state drive require compared to a hard drive?
Compared to a hard drive, a solid state drive typically draws less power at both peak load and idle. For a laptop, upgrading to a laptop SSD can slightly improve battery life. The exact amount can vary with each drive, but the difference in power consumption between a solid state drive and a hard drive is relatively small.