Samsung launched the 870 EVO SSD
Samsung announced the launch of the Samsung 870 EVO SSD series. Although these solid-state drives have SATA interfaces, they are still faster than the previous generation.
At present, the speed of mainstream solid-state drives can reach 2000MB/S or even 4000MB/S, which is far more than the SATA interface brought by the NVMe interface.
As a traditional interface, the speed of SATA has an upper limit. Therefore, the fastest speed of the 870 EVO series can only reach 530MB/S and cannot continue to break upward.
This series of solid-state drives all use TLC flash memory particles. Samsung usually replaces it with V-NAND 3bit MLC, but this is actually TLC, not MLC.
In addition, the prices of these disks have dropped a lot. The 250GB version is $50, the 500GB version is $80, the 1TB version is $140, the 2TB version is $270, and the 4TB version is US$530. The drop in the price of flash memory makes solid-state disk prices much cheaper.
Samsung 870 EVO series of solid-state drives will go on sale this month, and interested users can follow the e-commerce channels to view and buy.