Samsung Increases 750 EVO Capacity To 500 GB

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Cool! I've been using 840 pros, 850 evos and 850 pros for a long time now, they have not dissapointed me. I'm still rocking an 840 pro that is still just as quick as the 850 evo's I've put in my rigs.

500GB for $150, and with that kind of speed! It makes me remember those days when a 500GB SSD was $500.
 

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Cool! I've been using 840 pros, 850 evos and 850 pros for a long time now, they have not dissapointed me. I'm still rocking an 840 pro that is still just as quick as the 850 evo's I've put in my rigs.

500GB for $150, and with that kind of speed! It makes me remember those days when a 500GB SSD was $500.
I remember my first hard drive purchase, it was 120MB drive I paid $240, next year I purchased a 240MB for $240
 


Haha. No kidding. Then later when VelociRaptors HDDs were what, $300?
 

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With anything pertaining to Samsung SSD's disappointment is never to be had unless you purposely smashed it under your truck to see if it's indestructible :D

I've used the 850 Evo's and they've been solid throughout.
 
I'm still not sure why someone would opt for a 750 over a 850 EVO. Right now, the 500gb 850EVO can be bought for around $160 and it outperforms the 750.

Also, doesn't the 850 EVO have a 5yr warranty compared to 3yr of 750?
 


Yeah the 750 evo isn't that much cheaper than the 850 evo. However, I can definantly see the 750 evo having a better "bang for your buck" in other countries.
 
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