Home Tags Samsung

Tag: samsung

0

Move Over M.2: 16TB M.3 SSDs for the 1PB per U...

Challenged by the M.2's client PC driven diminutive form factor, Samsung's new 16TB M.3 SSDs are set to enable 1PB per U in the data center

Project Kenko 01 Update – Samsung 750 EVO SSDs Wear Leveling...

We push our pair of sacrificial Samsung 750 EVOs SSDs to the point where the Wear Leveling Count SMART attribute is no longer moving in our endurance test

Project Kenko 01 Update: Samsung 750 EVOs pass 4TB written patterns...

In this endurance test update, we can see a clear wear leveling count divergence between the Samsung 750 EVO we have with 0GB and with 90GB static data

Project Kenko 01 Update: Samsung 750 EVOs pass 2TB written

We give an update to our SSD write endurance testing using two Samsung 750 EVO 120GB SSDs. We are already seeing the impacts of the different fill ratios

NVMe Falling Below SATA Pricing? Get ready it is happening

We are now seeing NVMe pricing fall below that of SATA pricing in the enterprise space. We expect this trend to continue in the next few quarters

Samsung 750 EVO’s Ready for Sacrifice: A modern SSD endurance experiment

We are doing our first SSD endurance experiment with two Samsung 750 EVO 120GB SSDs. These are modern planar TLC NAND SSDs.

SanDisk Ultra and Samsung EVO 128GB microSDXC: Battle at a $40...

We benchmark the SanDisk Ultra 128GB microSDXC and the Samsung EVO 128GB microSDXC cards to find out which $40 card is faster for our photography

Deal: 1.92TB Samsung PM863 for $0.30/GB

We recently spotted a great deal on larger Samsung PM863 1.92TB SSDs where they are being offered at $650 or about $0.30/GB. Here is...

The 15.36TB Samsung PM1633a SAS 3 SSD now shipping

Thank you to gigatexal on the STH forums for catching that Samsung is now shipping the 15.36TB SAS3 PM1633a SSD. You can see the...

Samsung SM863 and PM863 Benchmarks – new SATA SSDs

Our benchmarks and review of the Samsung SM863 and PM863 which are both new SATA III SSD offerings

Latest Reviews

AMD EPYC Monero Mining WR

Dual AMD EPYC 7601 CPUs Can Offset Operational Costs Using Monero Mining

The AMD EPYC 7601 dual processor system we have in the lab has set a world record for dual socket Monero mining and can offset ongoing data center costs
AMD EPYC Logo

AMD EPYC 7000 Series Architecture Overview for Non-CE or EE Majors

With the launch of AMD EPYC we can finally go into detail about the AMD architecture codenamed "Naples." CPU design is dense but we simplify basics for you
Dual Socket AMD EPYC 7601 Power Consumption

AMD EPYC 7601 Dual Socket Early Power Consumption Observations

We preview the power consumption figures of the top-end AMD EPYC 7601 dual CPU configuration with 512GB of RAM and see excellent results