Samsung introduces the Samsung 970 PRO and EVO NVMe M.2 SSDs

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       04 May 2018 #20

    Would it be worth upgrading from a 256 gig 850 Pro to the 970 evo? I actually love my 850 Pro. Plus the 10 year warranty is awesome. But it is a bit old.
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  2.    04 May 2018 #21

    ern88 said: View Post
    Would it be worth upgrading from a 256 gig 850 Pro to the 970 evo? I actually love my 850 Pro. Plus the 10 year warranty is awesome. But it is a bit old.
    Probably not if you have to change it but M.2 and SATA SSDs can coexist.
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       04 May 2018 #22

    CountMike said: View Post
    Probably not if you have to change it but M.2 and SATA SSDs can coexist.
    I would replace the 850 pro. I also have a WD 4 TB Black for my user and programs storage. I thought it might be worth it to replace the 850 pro to a newer m.2 970 evo. My MB is the ASUS Sabertooth Z170s model.
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  4.    04 May 2018 #23

    ern88 said: View Post
    I would replace the 850 pro. I also have a WD 4 TB Black for my user and programs storage. I thought it might be worth it to replace the 850 pro to a newer m.2 970 evo. My MB is the ASUS Sabertooth Z170s model.
    I would still keep that 860 too, I use my old SATA ssd still after installing Samsung 960 evo. I was using it at first to hold W7 but now only to install games on it instead on 2 other HDDs.
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  6.    07 May 2018 #25

    CountMike said: View Post
    I would still keep that 860 too, I use my old SATA ssd still after installing Samsung 960 evo. I was using it at first to hold W7 but now only to install games on it instead on 2 other HDDs.
    Got an 860 for my second machine yesterday. Its quite a performer.
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       07 May 2018 #26

    Brink said: View Post
    Samsung 970 PRO and EVO NVMe M.2 SSDs now available.
    Is there an advantage over the 960 Pro?
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  8.    07 May 2018 #27

    Marginal, I wouldn't bother going from a 960 to 970 unless you have disposable income.
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       07 May 2018 #28

    I see
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       07 May 2018 #29

    swarfega said: View Post
    Marginal, I wouldn't bother going from a 960 to 970 unless you have disposable income.
    What about a 850 pro to a 970 evo?
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