Samsung Roars Back With The 870 EVO NVMe

Switching to a solid-state drive is the best upgrade you can make for your PC. These wondrous devices obliterate long boot times, speed up how fast your programs and games load, and generally makes your computer feel fast. But not all solid-state drives are created equal. The best SSDs offer solid performance at affordable prices?or, if price is no object, face meltingly fast read and write speeds.

Switching to a solid-state drive: The best upgrade you can make for your PC. These wondrous devices obliterate long boot times, speed up how fast your programs and games load, and generally makes your computer feel fast. But not all solid-state drives are created equal. The best SSDs offer solid performance at affordable prices?or, if price is no object, face meltingly fast read and write speeds.

Many SSDs come in a 2.5-inch: Form factor and communicate with PCs via the same SATA ports used by traditional hard drives. But out on the bleeding-edge of NVMe (Non-Volatile Memory Express) drives, you? ll find tiny ?gum stick? SSDs that fit in M.2 connections on modern motherboards, SSDs that sit on a PCIe adapter and slot into your motherboard like a graphics card or sound card, futuristic 3D Xpoint drives, and more.

If performance is paramount: The Samsung 970 Pro or Seagate Fire Cuda 510 are the fastest NVMe SSDs you can buy? but most people should buy the SK Hy nix Gold P31. Yes, SK Hy nix is on a roll, dominating our budget, NVMe, and best overall SSD categories.

The Gold P31 is the first NVMe SSD: Feature 128-bit TLC NAND, and it pushes SK Hy nix?s drive beyond other options, which use 96 NAND layers. The model we tested absolutely aced our Crystal Disk Mark 6 and AS SSD synthetic benchmarks, nearly hitting the blistering 3.5GBps read and write speeds claimed in the press release. It also held its own against SSDs that cost much more in our real-world 48GB and 450GB file transfer tests. ?The SK Hy nix Gold P31 performs like a top-tier drive, but it?s priced just slightly higher than bargain drives,? we stated, and well, that says it all.

The Crucial P5 is another great NVMe SSD: Performs on par with much costlier options, and would likely be our top pick if the SK Hynix Gold P31 did`n?t exist. The Gold P31 is both slightly faster and slightly cheaper, however, so go for that first. Crucial?s drive is a killer alternative though.

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