SSD 970 EVO PLUS: Endurance and stratospheric performance
Samsung’s 970 EVO Plus 250 GB SSD can transform the performance and responsiveness of your machine. Benefiting from increased speeds and very high endurance compared to previous generation SSDs, the Samsung 970 EVO Plus in M.2 2280 format is based on the PCI-E 3.0 x4 interface as well as on technology NVMe 1.3. It is also equipped with TLC memory, a Samsung Phoenix controller and 512 MB of LPDDR4 cache memory.
The Samsung 970 EVO Plus M.2 PCIe 3.0 4x NVMe 1.3 in its 250 GB version takes your PC to another level of performance with speeds of up to 3.5 GB/s read and 3.2 GB/s write. The number of operations per second reaches an impressive level of 370,000 IOPS in reading and 450,000 IOPS in writing (4KB, QD32), enough to launch your applications without latency.
Go beyond the limits
With the range 970 EVO Plus you assemble a configuration for ultimate performance all with a disk in M.2 format type 2280. Thanks to the optimizations of the firmware and the Intelligent TurboWrite technology, it offers speeds up to 3500 MB/s in reading and 3300 MB/s in writing, i.e. 53% faster depending on the model.
Pass a new course
The 970 EVO Plus range is equipped with a PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe 1.3 interface and offers in-house 3-bit V-NAND and a Phoenix controller a improved. The drive can reach speeds of up to 3500MB/s read and up to 3300MB/s write flawlessly (varies by model) for faster boot times and ever faster transfers.
Samsung’s 970 EVO Plus SSDs set a new standard in endurance level thanks to Samsung V-NAND 3-bit memory chips. The 250 GB version allows 150 TB of writing while the 2 TB version reaches 1200 TB. These SSDs are therefore ideal for boosting boot times and access times to your applications and for handling heavy files from an editing station. .
The Samsung Magician software is designed to help you manage your SSD through a simple and intuitive user interface. Receive notifications when new firmware is released and easily install updates to improve your SSD’s performance, stability, and compatibility. Check your SSD’s read and write speeds and maintain the highest performance. Select your security options to protect your data.