|制造商||Samsung Electronics DAV|
|商品尺寸||2.21 x 8 x 2.29 cm; 50 克|
|电池||1 锂离子电池 需要电池。|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||不是|
|操作系统||Windows 10 Built 10240|
Samsung 三星 970 EVO 1TB - NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 固态硬盘 (MZ-V7E1T0BW)
- 采用三星行业领先的 V-NAND 技术制造，具有可靠和卓越的性能
- 读取速度高达 3,500MB/秒 *，出色的耐久性高达 1,200 TBW *（* 可能因容量而异）
- Samsung Magician 软件无缝克隆和文件传输，这是实现性能优化和数据安全的理想的固态硬盘管理解决方案，通过自动固件更新
- 三星的动态散热防护装置可降低过热风险，并减少性能下降。支持的功能是修剪所需的操作系统支持，垃圾回收和 s.m.a.r.t
- NVMe 接口 (PCIe M.2 2280) 提供增强的带宽、低延迟和电源效率，非常适合技术爱好者、高端玩家和 4K 和 3D 内容设计者。可靠性 (MTBF)：150 万小时可靠性
三星 970 EVO 继续以 V-NAND 技术引领行业标准，提供可靠和卓越的性能。加速进入下一代运算，读取速度高达 3 500MB/s *，具有高达 1,200 TBW * 的卓越耐久性。体验更优化的固态硬盘。* 可能因容量而异; 工作温度：0-70 摄氏度。震动-1500 克和 0.5 毫秒（半正弦值）
Your games will maybe load 1 second faster. OS maybe boots slightly faster, but who does that?
The only thing I can objectively tell is different is I can move and delete huge files instantly. Perhaps it is more effective for someone who is doing 4K video editing.
If you're a gamer or just average user, just buy a regular SSD. Trust me.
Edit: Included a benchmark. 2,759 MB/sec write, and 2,313 MB/sec read. If you remember 3.5" floppies, this is like reading 1915 diskettes every second.
Edit2: After realizing that I wasn't getting the rated speed (which no one will probably actually see), I started to look into it and I made sure that I had the latest BIOS update, the latest chipset and storage drivers, and the Samsung NVME driver. After doing all that, I re-ran the benchmark and now I'm over the 3000 MB/sec mark! It's fast out of the box but with proper setup it can be much faster!
well, the usual Samsung witchcraft ensued after a few months of use. Contrary to what the benchmark test still says this drive is now as slow and unresponsive as the Kingston drive that I have since thrown away. it's mojo and badassery dissappeared after an update installed. It's still a cool little drive but it looks like it's been throttled back possibly due to faster drives being in the works.
so far so good. I had a pre installed Kingston m.2 sata drive in my MSI gaming laptop and it did the job, just not very quickly. After cloning my system over to the 970 EVO I was eager to see the difference in speed. To my surprise the boot time didn't really change, it might be half a second faster, so little I began to wonder if the price was worth it. I decided to open Adobe Lightroom as that is what I primarily use this computer for. I had processed a batch of photos with the old drive and it had taken roughly 5 minutes to finish. I processed the same batch with the 970 EVO and it blew my mind, 45 seconds from import to batch adjustment and export. I am so happy with this drive, my photography work will happen so much quicker now.
Attaching the CrystalMark scores for both my old Kingston and the 970 EVO. I was hesitant to spend this much on a drive but now I can't wait to upgrade my desktop with one of these.
Unfortunately, a 1TB replacement SSD from Apple was $600 plus $100 labor, and OWC's after-market drives suffer terrible reviews about product quality and heat issues. Enter these two parts available on Amazon: the "Samsung 970 EVO 2TB - NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 SSD (MZ-V7E2T0BW)" and the "JSER 12+16pin 2014 2015 Macbook to M.2 NGFF M-Key SSD Convert Card for A1493 A1502 A1465 A1466."
With these two parts, I was able to upgrade to a MUCH FASTER *2TB* SSD for about $800. That's DOUBLE the original storage space and over TRIPLE the speed of the factory Apple SSD for only about $200 more. I've been running this SSD for a few weeks now with no issues. Sleep mode works great, and everything seems to be perfect, just faster. The only thing I haven't been able to test yet is hibernate, because that only kicks in during Sleep mode when the battery gets exceedingly low, and that hasn't happened to my machine yet.
If your MacBook Pro SSD has failed and you're looking at options, consider the parts I mentioned, because they represent a much better value and performance capability than Apple's factory SSD. As long as your MacBook Pro was upgraded to a recent version of High Sierra (10.13.x) or higher, your MacBook Pro will have the firmware update that is needed for this after-market SSD combination work. Check out the attached Black Magic speed results for evidence of the performance you'll get with this combo! Very happy so far, and will post back if I find any issues as time goes on. I'm 3-4 weeks in and everything has been smooth!