In case you’re in the market for a new SSD, and wondering if you should get a 750 evo or a 850, well here is a video to help you out.
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thanks for the video. I am actually looking to buy a new Samsung ssd tomorrow and was weighing these 2 up. I think I will just get the 750 as its for my laptop, not my main desktop computers. I don't store any data on my laptop anyway as it is either just a mirror of my main desktop, and I often use my laptop to just team viewer into my main rig…..plus my laptop is only sata II connection.
as a result, the 850 evo is better than the 750 evo.
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Here 750 Evo 250gb is more expensive than the 850 evo 250gb
Did you check 2d and 3d NAND Technology if you aware of these things?
If you're looking for the 750 in australia, the cheapest place i was able to find it was http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/262846304932 😱😱😱
750 doesn't last that long than 850??? hmm doesnt make sense, need more info
is the 750 evo is the same as 840 evo because seem they have same 2d nand flash types
Concluding they perform the same just from the benchmark numbers is flawed. Under normal light workloads they will perform nearly identically. When you get to heavier workloads the 850 will pull away.
The 750 is still an enrty level product, a well performing one separating it's self from just about all other entry level SSDs. Now for the average user (most people), it won't really make a difference. For other people it will. Also as the 750 EVO starts to fill up it's performance will take a larger hit than the 850 EVO.
Not saying it a bad SSD, it's excellent. Just think there is more to it than saying these numbers look the same there is no difference other than warranty.
Also wile RAPID give a HUGE result in the benshmaek, it's been measured and in real life use it to tenths of a second in application response times. I personally don't think that's worh giving up any of my RAM for. I enabled it recently, and my jaw droped at the numbers. After expierancing it and looking up the actual real world performance, I disabled it. Didn't see a difference or feel a difference and though I have plenty of RAM to spare didn't want to give it up something that made no difference.
Check out some review by Toms Hardware or other outlet that does extensive testing.
can you include a stress test next time?
850 evo is slower in most cases then the 840 haha.
Nice video man.
you cant compare 120gb to 250GB seriously double the capacity will thrash it.