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Reviews Samsung 860 Evo 500GB & 860 Pro 512GB [HW Journal]

Discussion in 'Tech & Game Reviews, Unboxing and Previews' started by The Sorcerer, Jan 25, 2018.

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    The SATA3 interface has been around for some time as more or less exhausted, which is why the manufacturers are trying so slowly to bring out more and more SSD PCIe disk for the mainstream market. Nevertheless, new SATA SSDs continue to be introduced. After more than three years, Samsung has also prepared an update that affects both series, Evo and Pro. In the following article we will discuss the advantages of this and whether it is worth a change, based on the Samsung 860 Evo 500GB and 860 Pro 512GB.

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