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Samsung 750 Evo Review (SSD)

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Samsung 750 Evo Review – Performance

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Samsung 750 Evo Review (SSD) – Conclusion

There is no doubt that the Samsung 950 series of drives are industry leading products but this always has a cost associated with it. That is partially financial but also involves the use of an up to date motherboard with M.2 slot. The 750 series was always a product which aimed to deliver a good balance of price and performance for those who want a SATA drive.

Overall they have achieved this goal. Performance in each of our test was competitive with other drives in the same market segment and often the 750 Evo would edge ahead of other drives. Rapid Mode continues to work well and we were pleased to see sustained writes benefitting from TurboWrite. All too often we see larger file transfers dip in performance on competitor models. That happens far less frequently on the 750 Series.

Also worthy of note is the software provided by Samsung. As SSD control panels go, Magician is right up there with the best. Clear, intuitive, responsive and packed with all the features we would need to monitor and maintain our drive over time.

Summary: A great mix of price, performance, capacity and features for those looking at SATA based SSDs.

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Stuart Davidson

Stuart Davidson is Senior Editor at HardwareHeaven having joined the site in 2002.