This not being an apples-to-apples comparison on account of the significant difference in capacity makes it difficult for us to glean the advantage that the 96-layer 3D NAND brings to the table. All our benchmarks are performed with 1 TB or 2 TB SSDs while the unit sent to us by Samsung was a 250 GB SKU putting it at a disadvantage. Despite the obvious handicap, the 970 EVO Plus does match up to its predecessor in certain benchmarks, especially when read speeds are concerned. With regards to write speeds, we can’t say for sure. At Rs.25/GB the Samsung 970 EVO Plus is a good SSD which sits in the mid-range segment.
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Samsung India has today announced the release of the Samsung 980 m.2 NVMe SSD into the Indian market. It is important to not confuse this drive with Samsung’s similarly named flagship drives, the 980 Evo...
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