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Samsung 970 Pro 1TB Review Discussion

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The Samsung 970 PRO line is faster and more reliable than ever. It features a new nickel-plated Phoenix controller, which promotes better performance, and uses Samsung's latest generation 2-bit MLC V-NAND, which has raised the endurance by almost 50%. At the end of our 512GB 970 PRO review, we mentioned that, while it was a strong showing from Samsung, a higher-capacity model would likely perform even better due to different NAND packaging and utilization. As the above charts show, the 1TB model proved this to be true with huge gains over the smaller capacity drive in the majority of of benchmarks.

 

 

Samsung 970 Pro 1TB Review

 

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Any chance of consumer benchmarks? Just curious, since reviews on the 970 PRO are not super common yet (at least vs. the 970 EVO!).

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The power consumption units do not make sense... The Idle power is higher than the read or write?

Please correct ASAP!

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On 8/6/2018 at 12:04 PM, mejv said:

The power consumption units do not make sense... The Idle power is higher than the read or write?

Please correct ASAP!

Max = up to 30W Active R/W 5.2W

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