[Newegg] 1TB WD Black SN750 NVMe M.2 2280 $184.99
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here's a review that included both the 1TB WD SN750 & 1TB Samsung EVO Plus:
Jul 14th, 2020 11:25 pm
This would be better for sustained transfer of large amount of data, the evo plus buffer runs out for larger files. Evo plus is a good all arounder, this one for people who write and copy large amount of data, e.g video editing.
Jul 14th, 2020 11:28 pm
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I don't know where you're getting your data from but a 1TB Evo Plus averages almost 150MB/s quicker over the entire write cycle of it's drive than an SN750 does. https://www.anandtech.com/show/13759/co ... hp-ex950/2 Second chart, click overall average throughput and if you look at the first chart and select each drive, it's pretty obvious why.
Jul 14th, 2020 11:57 pm
I'm surprise it draws half the power the Samsung 970 EVO Plus does with such performance. The WD Black SN750 would do well in ultrabooks.4Fox1RF wrote: ↑ here's a review that included both the 1TB WD SN750 & 1TB Samsung EVO Plus:
https://www.anandtech.com/show/13760/th ... d-review/3
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Jul 15th, 2020 2:13 am
yeah, with its nuances i still installed this in my laptop for its price & amazing performance :-)Haz wrote: ↑
I'm surprise it draws half the power the Samsung 970 EVO Plus does with such performance. The WD Black SN750 would do well in ultrabooks.
EDIT: Actually, it's got higher idle power consumption so you win some, you lose some.
i have this enclosure, priced high but enjoyed the tool-less design:
Jul 15th, 2020 2:25 am
Kinda overkill. USB 3.1 is slower than even a cheap NVMe SSD. Unless you spring for an expensive Thunderbolt controller (they tend to run about $200 for ones that actually support Thunderbolt, some say it but they won't actually provide higher than 10Gbps), there will be little to no difference.