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Samsung 2TB 850 EVO Serial ATA III
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- 2TB Samsung 850 EVO SSD per computer portatili, notebook, desktop computers
- interfaccia SATA da 2,5 pollici 6Gb/s - factor
- forma slim 7mm Velocità fino a 540MB/sec di lettura - scrittura velocità fino a 520MB/sec
- IOPS casuale fino a 100.000 (leggi) | | Powered by Samsung V-Nand Technology
- Crittografia 256-bit EAS
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2TB Samsung 850 EVO tra gli SSD da 2,5 pollici con connessione SATA 6Gb/s. Un sacco di funzionalità avanzate tra cui la tecnologia V-Nand, TurboWrite e velocissimo velocità fino a 540MB/sec in lettura e scrittura di 520MB/sec velocità. Crittografia AES 256-bit e coperti da una garanzia di 5 anni.
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I was worried that the process to copy all data from original disk to new would be complicated, but luckily it was a breeze!! This SSD comes with a CD containing the migration software and Magician (for performance improvements). If you don't have an optical drive on your laptop, like me, you'll need to find another PC to copy the installation software to a USB drive or upload somewhere to the internet. I didn't find the migration software on Samsung website. EDIT: Gohanrocs12 comment provided where to find the migration software on Samsung website: [...]
I also bought an external case from Amazon (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00H98AXOE/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1). It was used initially with the SSD to migrate the data and now I use it with the HDD that was originally in my laptop.
The migration software was really easy to use. I just picked the 2 existing partitions from original 1TB HDD and it set the two partitions on the 250GB SSD. I was able to readjust the size of the partitions and then it started the copying process. It took a few minutes to copy around 60GB of data. I believe under 10min,
After it was finished I just removed old drive, installed the new one and everything was working. Didn't have any problems booting Windows 8 or anything else.
I then ran the Magician software and asked to optimize disk for Performance and enabled the RAPID feature. I was running the Magician performance tests and they significantly improved after enabling RAPID.
Now everything loads blazing fast and I'm very happy with my laptop and this SSD.
UPDATE 19-mar-2015: There were some questions about ability of the migration software to copy the factory recovery partition to the SSD. Gohanrocs12 clarified it. Here is his comment:
"...Limitations of the software:
6. OEM recoverypartitions, generated at the factory by computer manufacturers, cannot be replicated"
As another customer noted in the comments, it may be a good idea to keep the original HDD around just in case you need to recover from disaster.
I compared it against the Mushkin reactor, and well, it's an order of magnitude better, though it could be optimized for Crystalmark or something, it outshined it by night and day #'s (will post images when I get on that computer later this weekend).
I was disappointed w/ instructions and software. Instructions make it look like a super quick swap process. It wasn't. I had to clone the drive first, with another brand of software, and after booting from that clone, only then did the included software work. But I had to use a different tool. I knocked a star off for that, but really, it should be only 1/2 a star or insignificant if you're a computer wiz.
All SSDs are awesome compared to spinning disc hard drives. This SSD is awesome compared to other SSDs. I've used many. I have a few older OCZ Agility 3 ssd drives in my "Main rig" in raid 0 and they're not as fast as this drive. While amazingly cool, lightweight and fast, it's not 100% necessary for most users. There's a good cost premium for this drive, but if you are a performance geek, it's worth EVERY PENNY.
Off the hook, this thing is one of if not the fastest ssd out there.
Too early to see but others have been using this drive w/ few issues.
I wasn't thrilled here, I had to DL separate cloning tool. Once swapped over, my drive would be recognized fine. Not too helpful for non-geeks, but didn't discourage me too much. Nice to set up profiles though for wear vs. performance. Good god why trade longevity for performance when this drive is SO FAST? You won't regret it!
If you are a common PC user browsing the web, Facebook, and using office, this drive might be overkill. Still get an SSD, but any of the cheaper ones should do the trick. If however, you need to extract every bit of performance you can from the SATA spec, this drive will not disappoint you!
#A note on weight # (not a usual spec, but in this case, it might be a consideration)
This drive is not only faster than other SSDs, it’s substantially lighter. I didn’t weigh it on a scale, but I’m 100% positive there is at least (and a conservative estimate here) 25% less weight than other ssds which any SSD is going to be ~ 25% lighter than a regular HDD, so it was really noticeable here since I had 2 SSDs in my hands at one point. In my opinion, when used in a laptop or tablet type device, that helps to weigh (pun intended) against the price premium.
There are cons. If you are installing this for a loved one, know that my wife now loves her laptop a lot more (than me), and doesn't need me as much as she used to. This has lead to feelings of isolation, and envy, since she has better hardware than I do. She also expects everything to be that fast now. I had to explain that I can't just upgrade to a new turbo coffee pot, or ice maker. These things will always be slower than your (now) ironically named Envy...
Something about the connectors on the current drives is out of spec! Bad quality control.
BTW: The two SSD's came from two different States so it is unlikely it is just a bad batch. Sorry, I did not write down or compare batch numbers.
In one of the failing Laptops, I tried an old Intel SSD and it connected just fine. So did the original Hard-drives
Up until now this was my favorite go-to SSD, but I will no longer buy any Samsung SSD's until this issue is resolved.