SamsungMZ-76E250B
HyperXSHSS37A/240G

Controller: Samsung MJX. Memory: Samsung 64 layer TLC V-NAND. Release date: Q1 2018.

Controller: Phison PS3110. NAND Memory: Toshiba A19 MLC. Release date: Q2 2015.

Real World Speed
Performance profile from 39,158 user samples
24,403 User Benchmarks
Best Bench: 127% 194GB free
Worst Bench: 73% 18GB free (System drive)
Poor: 73% Great: 127%
SPEED RANK: 147th / 964
14,755 User Benchmarks
Best Bench: 111% 223GB free
Worst Bench: 60% 52GB free (System drive)
Poor: 60% Great: 111%
SPEED RANK: 220th / 964
Effective Speed
Effective SSD Speed
104 % Faster effective speed.
+17%
89.1 %
Read
Avg. Sequential Read Speed
474 MB/s Slightly faster read speed.
+9%
435 MB/s
Write
Avg. Sequential Write Speed
397 MB/s 397 MB/s
4K Read
Avg. 4K Random Read Speed
37.8 MB/s Much faster random read.
+45%
26.1 MB/s
4K Write
Avg. 4K Random Write Speed
94.3 MB/s Faster random write.
+17%
80.8 MB/s
Mixed
Avg. Sequential Mixed IO Speed
378 MB/s Faster mixed IO speed.
+26%
300 MB/s
4K Mixed
Avg. 4K Random Mixed IO Speed
48.4 MB/s Much faster random mixed IO.
+42%
34 MB/s
SusWrite
Avg. Sustained Write Speed
302 MB/s 327 MB/s Slightly faster sustained write speed.
+8%
Read
Peak Sequential Read Speed
516 MB/s +2% 506 MB/s
Write
Peak Sequential Write Speed
490 MB/s 494 MB/s +1%
4K Read
Peak 4K Random Read Speed
50.3 MB/s Much faster peak random read.
+56%
32.2 MB/s
4K Write
Peak 4K Random Write Speed
130 MB/s Slightly faster peak random write.
+12%
116 MB/s
Mixed
Peak Sequential Mixed IO Speed
462 MB/s Faster peak mixed IO speed.
+30%
356 MB/s
4K Mixed
Peak 4K Random Mixed IO Speed
66.9 MB/s Much faster peak random mixed IO.
+58%
42.4 MB/s
SusWrite
Peak Sequential Sustained Write 60s Average
365 MB/s 474 MB/s Faster peak sustained write speed.
+30%
Market Share
Based on 9,628,264 SSDs tested.
Market Share
Market Share (trailing 30 days)
2 % Hugely higher market share.
+641%
0.27 %
Value
Value For Money
168 % Hugely better value.
+83%
92 %
User Rating
UBM User Rating
64 % 69 % Slightly more popular.
+8%
Price
Price (score)
$50 Much cheaper.
+43%
$87
Age
Newest
9 Months Much more recent.
+79%
43 Months
DQ Read
Peak 4K-64Thread Read Speed
390 MB/s Slightly faster peak deep queue read.
+8%
362 MB/s
DQ Write
Peak 4K-64Thread Write Speed
358 MB/s 361 MB/s +1%
AS-SSD Total
AS-SSD Total Score
1,299 Pts Slightly stronger server IO.
+7%
1,209 Pts
DQ Mixed
Peak 4K-64Thread Mixed IO Speed
368 MB/s Hugely faster peak deep queue mixed IO.
+101%
183 MB/s
ADQ Read
Avg. 4K-64Thread Read Speed
347 MB/s Slightly faster deep queue read.
+12%
310 MB/s
ADQ Write
Avg. 4K-64Thread Write Speed
298 MB/s Slightly faster deep queue write.
+6%
282 MB/s
ADQ Mixed
Avg. 4K-64Thread Mixed IO Speed
285 MB/s Hugely faster deep queue mixed IO.
+203%
94.1 MB/s
Capacity
Capacity
250GB 240GB
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The 860 Evo is the latest mainstream SATA SSD from Samsung. The 2.5-inch version of the 860 Evo will be available in several capacities ranging from 250 GB to a staggering 4TB. It’s also available in the slimmer M.2 and mSATA form factors. The 860 Evo demonstrates marginally reduced performance compared to its popular, but now three year old predecessor, the 850 Evo. In a head to head comparison the 860 looses by a very modest 6% in terms of effective speed. The 860 Evo is based on a refinement of Samsung’s consumer grade TLC V-NAND, this time featuring 256Gb and 512 Gb 64 layer V-NAND and it also features a new "MJX" controller. The 250 GB version can reach sequential write speeds of up to 520 MB/s, dropping to 300 MB/s once the SLC cache is exhausted (the 250 GB version has a 12 GB SLC write cache). Peak sequential read speeds of 560 MB/s are achievable across the different capacities. The 250GB version has a 512 MB LPDDR4 DRAM cache. All capacities have a five year warranty, but as a testament to the enhanced reliability of this new technology, the warrantied terabytes written (TBW) has doubled from 75 TBW to 150 TBW for the 250 GB 860 Evo. [Jan '18 SSDrivePro]

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The 240GB Kingston HyperX Savage sports a Phison PS3110 controller. This marks a welcome departure from Kingston's use of Sandforce 2281 controllers and for the first time in years gives Kinston a shot at competing in the enthusiast/performance segment of the SSD market. Comparing the HyperX Savage and Fury shows that the new Phision controller has an effective speed that is around 40% faster than the Sandforce based Fury. But then comparing the similarly priced OCZ Vertex 460a and Savage shows that, although the overall effective speeds are similar, the Vertex has three times faster 4K Mixed IO speeds. The HyperX Savage is very good for typical consumer use but power users with more demanding I/O loads should probably look elsewhere. [Jun '15 SSDrivePro]

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