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Samsung 860 Evo 4 TB 2.5" Solid State Drive

(6 Ratings, 4.5 Average)

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Specifications

Manufacturer

Samsung

Part #

  • MZ-76E4T0B/AM
  • MZ-76E4T0B/EU

Manufacturer

Samsung

Capacity

4 TB

Price / GB

$0.227

Type

SSD

Cache

4096 MB

Form Factor

2.5"

Interface

SATA 6 Gb/s

NVME

No

Price History

    Reviews

    biandewei
    • 30 points
    • 16 months ago

    from completed build Happy Code Monkey Build

    Faster than a hard drive, pricey, but worth it to me as a professional software developer with recent capacity-related problems. This drive is for bulk storage of development artifacts (pictures, videos, music, etc.), so ultimate speed is not a concern. Silent operation, however, is.

    diniguan
    • 22 points
    • 2 months ago

    from completed build Twin Dragon

    These are awesome. From a pure user experience, I can tell you load times in games are so much faster! Playing a highly modded game like SKYRIM using 7200RPM HDD would take forever to load between scenes. Switching to SSD, load times in SKYRIM were cut significantly. These are very expensive . . . I am running outta space, so contemplating my next SSD upgrade . . .

    JR9999
    • 19 points
    • 13 months ago

    My dream for the last 2-3 years is to have a PC with NO mechanical HDD, as I've had failures and I honestly don't like the noise they make. Plus they are slow. SSD prices at 2-4TB are brutal right and spending this much on a hard drives makes me feel disgusting. QVO ended up sucking and doesn't perform well enough to justify the cost. These drives came down about $400 in a year so I'm just going to bite the bullet and be an early adopter. I could have saved buying them used or on eBay, but then there are potential warranty issues due to living in Canada. 4TB probably will due me for a while. 6TB WD Black was the runner up but I don't want to deal with drive failure worry or noise.

    One week in: It's everything I wanted, but I feel gross spending $900 CAD on a hard drive. Zero noise, basically no heat, and way faster. Only about a quarter as fast as M2 but this is mostly a media/document drive.

    weztmarch
    • 10 points
    • 1 month ago

    from completed build WEST 99

    High endurance 2400TBW, fast 500MB/s R&W SATA-based SSD. Up against competition from Sabrent, ADATA, Crucial, and SANDisk, well, these Samsung drives start to feel significantly overpriced. Samung quality remains undeniable as they source very high quality ICs and other components, but a 4TB TLC SSD should not cost $650 in 2020. I managed to snag two for roughly $400 each, which is a pretty good deal. Samsung Magician software provides an easy way for updating firmware and the Migration software is useful for cloning your OS. I love Samsung solid state drives. They can be a great consumer option, but with their prices inflated so unreasonably high above market value I cannot continue to recommend them in good conscience for the average consumer. Still, if you choose to forego the inflated cost and purchase an EVO drive anyways, then you will likely be very pleased with the speed, quality, and reliability of the 860 EVO.

    papadiche
    • 2 points
    • 11 days ago

    Fast and reliable SSD. Around 450MB/s write speed, and 550MB/s read speed. For larger drives like this, the price-to-performance variable makes M.2 drives like the 4TB Sabrent Rocket a much more compelling buy in my book.

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