Samsung 840 Pro SSD Review

Anvil IOPS

Samsung 840 Pro SSD Review

Anvil IOPS

Testing the IOPS (Input/Output Operations Per Second) shows that the Anvil Read tests continue the excellent performance so far, and their is definitely something about the combination of Anvil RC5 and the Samsung 840 Pro that doesn't produce good write performance.





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Most Recent Comments

21-12-2012, 07:39:50

I bought the 250GB basic a couple of weeks ago and was running comparisons with the Kingston HyperX and corsair GT and you've pipped me to the post again
I also found the same results with anvil and wandered what was going on
Brill review as always BryanQuote

22-12-2012, 04:04:23

Great review! Are you planning to do one on the non-pro version of the 840?

I was thinking about buying the 830, but the sellers are apparently running out of stock. While 840 Pro seems to be a great drive, is it really worth the extra £60 compared to the non-pro 840 or the £30 over the 830? I'm taking about the 256/250GB versions.Quote

22-12-2012, 12:48:11

Nice review
Still waiting for my first SSD
hopefully in 2013 now.Quote

23-12-2012, 05:28:16

That is synchronous or asynchronous NAND? Quote

23-12-2012, 06:06:14

Lasts forever in a day (supposedly) and blisteringly fast? Think I found my SSD of choice when I eventually get one.

Good review as alwaysQuote

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