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Samsung - 860 Evo 1 TB M.2-2280 Solid State Drive

( 5.0 Average / 6 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Samsung

Part #

MZ-N6E1T0BW

Capacity

1 TB

Interface

M.2 (B+M)

Cache

1 GB

Form Factor

M.2-2280

GB/$1.00

4.57

Price/GB

$0.219

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Reviews

Phughes603 19 points 10 months ago
from completed build Greenman

This is my boot disk, it is very fast for read and write but I got better boot times with a sata 850 on my last pc. Does not seem to overheat in this setup, which has a massive heatsink

drcoolbeans 5 points 6 months ago
from completed build Ghost: The White Wolf

LOVE m.2 storage. Coming even from SATA SSD's it feels even faster on the boot up and launching programs.

bgunn925 13 points 3 months ago

I'm using this as a game storage drive and it does its job well. I know there are better options, in terms of price/performance, but Samsung was the undisputed SSD king for years and, after owning so many of them, I'm inclined to pay a little more to stick with them. Their migration software is very handy/easy to use and they typically offer the best endurance/warranties, so at least you're getting something with the extra cost.

bucketofcrud12 8 points 2 months ago
from completed build January Rebuild

price/performance when I bought this was great. these days, its not the best choice, but its still super great for a sata M.2 SSD.

LucasPC1 4 points 2 months ago
from completed build Blackout w/minimal RGB

The problem with most of these $1000 builds is that it only has a 250 or 500GB SSD, and maybe another HDD. I wanted to go full SSD because it is way faster and the HDD will become obsolete in most consumer gaming builds in years to come. I hope this will last me 4 years, but if not, I would be happy that I didn’t spend the extra on an HDD and put it to another SSD.