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SSD under test: Samsung SSD 870 QVO


With the 870 QVO, Samsung has once again brought an SSD with a very good price-performance ratio onto the market. Only the few changes to the previous generation are somewhat disappointing. If you take a look at the specifications, this already becomes clear. Thus, a comparison clearly shows that no significant improvements to the 860 QVO are recognizable despite the new memory and controller.

But if you need more storage space, the new 870 QVO will make you happy. The top model offers a proud 8 TB instead of the previous 4 TB. However, people who want to do a lot of workmanship should avoid the 870 QVO. After all, the SSD is not really faster than a classic HDD.

Samsung SSD 870 QVO

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Samsung offers an SSD with the 870 QVO at a good price-performance ratio. However, if you work with large amounts of data, you should take a little more money in your hand. Samsung probably offers a better alternative with the EVO and PRO models.

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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