Intel SSD 760p Review: The New NVMe Value Leader

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"...but we don't recommend even light professional applications due to the relatively low endurance rating."

If it can't handle that kind of workload then I wouldn't want to use it for anything. On the SATA side, an 850 EVO is more than good enough for "light professional applications"; heck, I know solo pro types who are still crunching away on desktops built with Samsung 830s.
 

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Cryoburner addressed this earlier in the article:



I'm on board with this analysis. I received a 1TB Samsung 850 EVO last year and since then I've only written about 350 GB to it. Realistically, the 760p's endurance is adequate for 99% of users.
 
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