Samsung 960 EVO and 960 Pro SSDs offer up to 2TB storage capacity
If you want to build a new PC that will get along well with the new features brought by the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, look no further, because you have the solution for you. Samsung recently released two robust SSDs, named 960 EVO and 960 PRO. The two SSDs are a must-have for all tech-savvy PC owners.
Samsung Electronics has always been a global leader when it comes to delivering amazing memory solutions for more than 20 years now. The Samsung 960 EVO and 960 PRO are the newest models for solid state drives (SSDs). Both are based on V-NAND and were built on the NVMe (Non-Volatile Memory Express) technology, the best standard when it comes to SSDs.
This is actually great news, since the two drives offer top-notch performance, and a huge capacity and endurance. Moreover, they come together with the Samsung Magician software package, which is a new and stable release. With all this, it seems that Samsung wants to accelerate this entire NVMe era and bring more and more technological innovations.
But that’s not all. The 960 PRO model sets a record in terms of the storage capacity it offers, giving you an impressive 2 TB memory capacity. According to Samsung, this is the highest capacity commercially available for SSDs. If you think about it, there hasn’t been any other SSDs until now to offer you this huge amount of storage, or at least not for the SSDs that were released to the general public. Add a sequential read and a writing speed of maximum 3,500 MB/s or 2,100 MB/s and you can tell the 960 EVO and 960 PRO SSDs are two amazing devices.
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