500GB Samsung 750 EVO: Samsung has announced a new version of its SSD 750 EVO. We had the opportunity to present this model appeared at the end of last year in the manufacturer’s catalog. The availability will be made to wait a bit in Europe even if the discs are available since the spring version 128 and 256 GB. Today, Samsung adds to its catalog a 512GB model.
Technically, the 750 EVO is a light version of the 850 EVO. They use the same manufacturer MGX controller coupled to the NAND TLC 16nm “classic”, where 850 EVO use of V-NAND memory. 500GB Samsung 750 EVO Update: The 500GB version is advertised as having a cache of 512 MB LPDDR3 memory against 256 MB DDR3 with 120 and 250 GB. As for performance, the announced features of the 500 GB version is identical to the model 256 GB, namely sequential speeds of 540 and 520 MB / s sequential read and write, and 97K and 94K IOPS random 4K QD32. Performances that take into account the TurboWrite cache, as always with Samsung. Side endurance, Samsung announces 100 TB to 500 GB model (against 70 and 35 for versions 250 and 120 GB).
The press release outlines the changes in a subtle way: 500GB Samsung 750 EVO
The 750 EVO line-up is an ideal PC upgrade option that will turbo-charge users’ computing and multi-tasking needs at their home, school and office. With Samsung Data Migration and Magician software, upgrading to the 750 EVO from an existing storage device is quick and easy. The SSD also features reliable AES 256-bit hardware encryption to ensure stored data remain safe and secure. Unlike an HDD, the 750 EVO SSD has no moving parts, so consumers do not need to worry about the wear and tear on moving parts that can result in lost or corrupted data.
The market change and capacity extension give Samsung a competitive solution in the lowest-priced SSD retail tier and the fastest growing sector. 500GB Samsung 750 EVO
|Product||750 EVO 120 GB||750 EVO 250 GB||750 EVO 500 GB|
|Controller||Samsung MGX 2-Core||Samsung MGX 2-Core||Samsung MGX 2-Core|
|NAND Flash||Samsung 16nm Planar TLC||Samsung 16nm Planar TLC||Samsung 16nm Planar TLC|
|Sequential Read||540 MB/s||540 MB/s||540 MB/s|
|Sequential Write||520 MB/s||520 MB/s||520 MB/s|
|Random Read||94,000 IOPS||97,000 IOPS||NA|
|Random Write||35,000 IOPS||35,000 IOPS||NA|
|Hardware Encryption||AES 256-bit||AES 256-bit||AES 256-bit|
|Endurance||35 TBW||70 TBW||100 TBW|
The 750 EVO doesn’t just step in the new arena, it may soon dominate it. 500GB Samsung 750 EVO
The availability of the 500 GB model is expected in early June, with a price of about 150 euros and a three-year warranty (declensions ITG5 ITG6 and are not addressed by the manufacturer).