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Samsung SSD 750 EVO

Samsung SSD 750 EVO
alaScore 99

246 reviews

Oct, 2017

alaTest has collected and analyzed 246 reviews of Samsung SSD 750 EVO. The average rating for this product is 4.7/5, compared to an average rating of 4.5/5 for other Solid-state drive for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Solid-state drive the Samsung SSD 750 EVO is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 99/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by: Dong Ngo (cnet.co.uk)

Samsung SSD 750 Evo review

 

That's right, that's not a typo. You're reading about the Samsung SSD 750 Evo, not the 850 Evo that came out almost two years ago.

The Samsung SSD 750 Evo is speedy and costs less than other Samsung solid-state drives. The drive includes helpful software and can use your computer's internal memory to get a significant speed boost.

The drive is more expensive than competing SSDs, and capacity tops out at just 500GB.

The Samsung 750 Evo is an moderately expensive SSD that won't let you down in the speed department.

Jun, 2016

Expert review by: Jon L. Jacobi (pcworld.com)

Samsung 750 EVO SSD review: Like butter, but better

 

Samsung has taken the 850 EVO 2.5-inch SATA SSD and made it a better performer in the EVO 750. And yes, the 750 is the new drive, not the 850.

Very smooth performance ; RAPID caching can speed up everyday performance

Slower with large data sets than MLC SSDs ; A tad pricier than the TLC SSD competition

Samsung’s 750 EVO is the cream of the TLC-based SSD crop. It costs a bit more than the competition, but to my mind, the smooth performance is worth the extra dough. Especially as RAPID can give your computer a feel that’s otherwise only achievable with...

Aug, 2016

Expert review by: Dong Ngo (cnet.com)

Samsung SSD 750 Evo review

 

That's right, that's not a typo. You're reading about the Samsung SSD 750 Evo, not the 850 Evo that came out almost two years ago.

The Samsung SSD 750 Evo is speedy and costs less than other Samsung solid-state drives. The drive includes helpful software and can use your computer's internal memory to get a significant speed boost.

The drive is more expensive than competing SSDs, and capacity tops out at just 500GB.

The Samsung 750 Evo is an moderately expensive SSD that won't let you down in the speed department.

Jun, 2016

Expert review by: Billy Tallis (anandtech.com)

The Samsung 750 EVO (120GB & 250GB) SSD Review: A Return To Planar NAND

 

Since the introduction of their first consumer TLC SSD with the SSD 840 , Samsung's consumer/retail SATA SSD lineup has consisted of two product families: the MLC-based Pro drives, and the TLC-based 840 and EVO drives. The strength of Samsung's SSD...

At the same time however due to this higher performance, Samsung is charging a higher price for it, and consequently compared to budget drives from other companies the Samsung 750 EVO doesn't look very attractive from a total price or...

Apr, 2016

Expert review by: Dong Ngo (cnet.com.au)

Very fast performance at a slight premium

 

That's right, that's not a typo. You're reading about the Samsung SSD 750 Evo, not the 850 Evo that came out almost two years ago.

The Samsung SSD 750 Evo is speedy and costs less than other Samsung solid-state drives. The drive includes helpful software and can use your computer's internal memory to get a significant speed boost

The drive is more expensive than competing SSDs, and capacity tops out at just 500GB

The Samsung 750 Evo is an moderately expensive SSD that won't let you down in the speed department.

Jun, 2016

Expert review by: Josh Norem (computershopper.com)

Samsung SSD 750 EVO (500GB) Review and Ratings

 

The SSD 750 EVO is a very good drive upgrade, but we'd still favor Samsung's SSD 850 EVO. (It's slightly faster and has a longer warranty, for just a few dollars more.)

Excellent overall performance for a SATA drive ; Priced aggressively ; Supports hardware encryption

Not quite cheap enough to differentiate itself from the SSD 850 EVO ; Available in three small capacities only

When we first heard about the SSD 750 EVO, it was supposedly being sold only to system builders and OEMs, which made sense given that only 120GB and 250GB capacities existed. Then, out of the blue, Samsung announced it was adding a 500GB capacity and...

Jun, 2016

Expert review by: Stuart Davidson Mark Reed (hardwareheaven.com)

Samsung 750 Evo Review (SSD)

 

We've been long time fans of Samsung SSDs. Experience has taught us that they are built to a high standard, perform well and are durable. In fact, many of our systems use Samsung drives, including the machine this review is being typed on. So when we...

There is no doubt that the Samsung 950 series of drives are industry leading products but this always has a cost associated with it. That is partially financial but also involves the use of an up to date motherboard with M.2 slot. The 750 series was...

Jun, 2016

Expert review by: Jon Coulter (tweaktown.com)

Samsung 750 EVO 500GB SATA III SSD Review

 

Samsung announces worldwide availability of its 750 EVO line of value oriented SSDs. Also announced is a new 500GB capacity point, let's take a close look.

Jun, 2016

Expert review by: Chris Ramseyer (tomshardware.com)

Samsung Increases 750 EVO Capacity To 500 GB

 

The Samsung 750 EVO is an interesting product for the SSD market leader (our review here). The drive first appeared in Japan but later gained additional availability with a focus on the system integrator market. The series is often overshadowed by the...

May, 2016

Expert review by: Chris Ramseyer (tomshardware.com)

Samsung 750 EVO SSD Review

 

Samsung decided to bring its low-cost SSD 750 EVO to the U.S. after shipping it for months in Asia. The drive employs planar (2D) three-bit per cell NAND like the 840 EVO, but sees its controller upgraded with low-density parity check (LDPC) error...

Low cost • High performance in most workloads

Only available in two capacities•May not appear in brick and mortar stores due to target market•Low endurance rating (by Samsung's standards)•Comparable to other products in the ultra-value SSD market

Boasting 10,000 random read IOPS (at a queue depth of one), the SSD 750 EVO delivers an excellent user experience. There really isn't a reason to look elsewhere. Samsung's products now deliver performance from the next pricing tier up, making them the...

Feb, 2016

Product Specifications

Design

Colour of product:Black / Black, grey
Internal: Yes
Size:6.35
SSD form factor:2.5"

Operational conditions

Non-operating shock:1500
Non-operating vibration:20
Operating shock:1500
Operating temperature (T-T):0 - 70
Operating vibration:1500
Storage temperature (T-T):-40 - 85

Other features

Internal:Y

Performance

Component for:PC
Controller Type:Samsung MGX
Data Transfer Rate:6
Drive device, buffer size:256
Mean time between failures (MTBF):1500000
Random read (4KB):94000 / 97000
Random write (4KB):88000
Read speed:540
S.M.A.R.T. support: Yes
Security algorithms:256-bit AES
Solid-state drive capacity:120 / 250 / 500
Solid-state drive interface:Serial ATA III
Solid-state drive interfaces:SATA, Serial ATA II, Serial ATA III
TRIM support: Yes
Write speed:520

Power

Power consumption (read):2.1 / 2.4
Power consumption (write):2.4 / 2.8

Software

Windows operating systems supported: Yes

Technical Details

Non-operating shock:1500
Non-operating vibration:20
Operating shock:1500
Operating temperature (T-T):0 - 70
Operating vibration:1500
Storage temperature (T-T):-40 - 85

Weight & Dimensions

Depth:6.8 / 6.99
Height :6.8 / 6.99
Weight:45
Width:10