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Samsung 850 Pro 128GB vs Kingston HyperX Savage 960GB

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Capacity

HyperX Savage 960GB 960 GB
850 Pro 128GB 128 GB
Difference: 832 (650%)

Random Read

850 Pro 128GB 100000 IOPS
HyperX Savage 960GB 99000 IOPS
Difference: 1000 (1%)

Random Write

850 Pro 128GB 90000 IOPS
HyperX Savage 960GB 89000 IOPS
Difference: 1000 (1%)

Sequential Read

HyperX Savage 960GB 560 MB/sec
850 Pro 128GB 550 MB/sec
Difference: 10 (2%)

Sequential Write

HyperX Savage 960GB 530 MB/sec
850 Pro 128GB 470 MB/sec
Difference: 60 (13%)

Endurance

HyperX Savage 960GB 681 TB
850 Pro 128GB 150 TB
Difference: 531 (354%)

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850 Pro 128GB

Amazon.com

HyperX Savage 960GB

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Model 850 Pro 128GB HyperX Savage 960GB
Manufacturer Samsung Kingston
NAND Samsung 2nd Gen 86Gbit 40nm MLC V-NAND Toshiba’s A19 64Gbit MLC
Form Factor 2.5" 2.5"
Capacity 128 GB 960 GB
Cache 256 MB 256 MB
Sequential Read 550 MB/s 560 MB/s
Sequential Write 470 MB/s 530 MB/s
Random Read 100000 IOPS 99000 IOPS
Random Write 90000 IOPS 89000 IOPS
Interface SATA III 6Gb/s SATA III 6Gb/s
Controller Samsung 3-core MEX controller Phison PS3110-S10
Date Released 2014 2015
Endurance 150 TB 681 TB
Notes 10 years limited warranty AES 256-bit Full Disk Encryption (FDE) TCG/Opal v2.0, Encrypted Drive (IEEE1667) Three-year warranty - 1 million hours MTBF
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850 Pro 128GB

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HyperX Savage 960GB

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