Samsung NVMe 960 Pro M.2 2TB Review

Anvil IOPS

Samsung NVMe 960 Pro M.2 Review

Anvil IOPS

Input Operations Per Second are a great indicator of a drives ability to handle requests, and the Polaris controller with its dedicated core just for passing instructions between the OS and the drive really shines in this benchmark.


Samsung NVMe 960 Pro M.2 IOPS


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Most Recent Comments

11-11-2016, 17:00:50

The desire to want one of these is just so painful....Quote

11-11-2016, 17:13:17

I'm not sure I can resist the urge.Quote

11-11-2016, 18:34:44

What's the trick to get Windows 7 to recognize it as an install drive?Quote

12-11-2016, 00:16:33

I was thinking getting a new 950Pro, but for only $15 more I could get a 960 Pro.. OOOOh soooo tempting. It literally hurts wanting it so bad but knowing it would be a stupid financial choice for me right nowQuote

12-11-2016, 00:41:08

I still really like my 950 pro such a good drive so I imagine this drive would be awesome tooQuote

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