Samsung 840 Pro

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About this Product


Type
Product Type Solid State Drive
Design 2.5" 7mm (Ultraslim) Form Factor
Series 840 PRO
Storage
Capacity 128/256/512GB
Features
Sequential Read Speed Up to 530MB/s
Sequential Write Speed Up to 390MB/s
Random Read Speed Up to 97K IOPS
Random Write Speed Up to 90K IOPS
Power
Power Consumption (W) .15W
Voltage 5V ± 5%
Operating Systems
Compatible Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit), Vista, XP, MAC OSX, Linux
Environmental Specs
Operating Temperature 32ᵒF to 140ᵒF
Weight
Product .15 lb
Warranty
Product 5 Years

Official URL

http://www.samsung.com/us/computer/memory-storage/MZ-7PD128BW

Reviews

Samsung 840 Pro Reviews Rating: 70 out of 100 based on 4 ratings.

Meta Reviews

website score publish date
Benchmark Reviews 9.1/10 Jun 11 '14
Computing On Demand 9.5/10 May 07 '13
Hard Tecs 4U  --- Feb 25 '14
HardwareCanucks  --- May 14 '14
Real World Benchmarks  --- Feb 20 '13
Real World Labs  --- Jan 04 '12
techPowerUp! 9.2/10 Jan 21 '13
Tom's Hardware  --- Apr 22 '13
TechSpot 90 Sep 24 '12
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Samsung 840 Pro Roundups and Shootouts

title website score publish date
Samsung 840 Pro Review Hardware.Info -- Jan 09 '14
Samsung 840 Pro Review Hardwareoverclock -- May 21 '13
Samsung 840 Pro Review X-bit labs -- Jun 14 '13

Benchmark Reviews on Jun 11 '14

"The Samsung 840 Pro SSD is marketed as a commercial product, with the 840 SSD and the 840 EVO Series in the consumer market. Based on our Iometer testing, you can certainly see why the 840 Pro SSD..."

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Computing On Demand on May 07 '13

"The combination of Samsung intelligence, marketing, and aggression have positioned Samsung at the top of yet another market. The 840 PRO delivers the performance you want at a price you can afford."

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HardwareCanucks on May 15 '14

"After more than a year on the market, Samsung’s 840 Pro has shown a company doesn’t need to roll out an endless string of new SSDs to remain relevant. It is a top-tier product that offers unique..."

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techPowerUp! on Jan 21 '13

"With a price of $250 for the 256 GB version, the 840 Pro is quite expensive, but ends up $20 or 10% cheaper than the OCZ Vector. You can't go wrong with either product if you are in the market for..."

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Tom's Hardware on Apr 24 '13

"If you go by the synthetic benchmarks most reviewers like to run (stuff like AS-SSD, CrystalDiskMark, PCMark 7, and Iometer), then a 6 Gb/s SATA connection appears imperative for getting the most..."

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