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m&s black leggings SAMSUNG 970 EVO Plus SSD 2TB - M.2 NVMe Interface Internal Solid State Drive with V-NAND Technology (MZ-V7S2T0B/AM) temperamental boy
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m&s black leggings SAMSUNG 970 EVO Plus SSD 2TB - M.2 NVMe Interface Internal Solid State Drive with V-NAND Technology (MZ-V7S2T0B/AM) temperamental boy
m&s black leggings SAMSUNG 970 EVO Plus SSD 2TB - M.2 NVMe Interface Internal Solid State Drive with V-NAND Technology (MZ-V7S2T0B/AM) temperamental boy
m&s black leggings SAMSUNG 970 EVO Plus SSD 2TB - M.2 NVMe Interface Internal Solid State Drive with V-NAND Technology (MZ-V7S2T0B/AM) temperamental boy
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Had it for a while m&s black leggings to test and so m&s black leggings far doing ok. If you install in m&s black leggings an external M2 case... be sure to get m&s black leggings the "high-end" m&s black leggings Thunderbolt 4 m&s black leggings or 3 cable and a m&s black leggings good m&s black leggings case m&s black leggings that is made of steel m&s black leggings and offers heat-sinking against the metal. If you m&s black leggings do not use a high-end shielded cable m&s black leggings you will regret the performance; and do not use any m&s black leggings adapter (usb3 m&s black leggings to TB3 or 4 to c) m&s black leggings if it is not m&s black leggings bi-direction - basically one that supports high-end m&s black leggings video. I tried m&s black leggings a generic Type C / Thunderbolt cable and it took 2-1/2 hours to back up to my m&s black leggings new M2 SSD drive. Once I got a high-end cable rated m&s black leggings to 40gigs, it was great. I backed up my 1tb SSD m&s black leggings drive m&s black leggings into m&s black leggings my external SSD m&s black leggings / Thunderbolt 3 m&s black leggings in 15 to 17 minutes. Very nice.. My m&s black leggings last newly bought m&s black leggings Samsung SSD m&s black leggings M2 drive m&s black leggings that failed in a day or so.... m&s black leggings guess it just luck of the draw, m&s black leggings and I got a bad one. Cross my fingers and hope this one last.************Original Statement:I currently own an m&s black leggings Internal Samsung 970 m&s black leggings Plus M.2, 1TB Drive in my m&s black leggings computer and it m&s black leggings works m&s black leggings fine. m&s black leggings I can backup my m&s black leggings internal 970 m&s black leggings Evo Plus M.2 drive to my m&s black leggings external Western Digital USB devices, and I have 2 of m&s black leggings them for rotating backups..... using Acronis. I m&s black leggings have m&s black leggings never had m&s black leggings an issue m&s black leggings and it works fine with m&s black leggings my internal 970 Evo Plus M.2, to ext usb m&s black leggings drives. I backup every m&s black leggings 2 weeks on 2 different drives with Acronis.... always works m&s black leggings great and m&s black leggings all data is there, and m&s black leggings it is bootable. I m&s black leggings can also (restore) m&s black leggings my ext m&s black leggings Western Digital backup drive to my internal Samsung 970 Evo m&s black leggings Plus M.2 drive with m&s black leggings no issues. Again, my last m&s black leggings purchase.All drives show up in my BIOS, All drive m&s black leggings register with Windows.... and I can do m&s black leggings a m&s black leggings quick format with NTSF on the 970 evo Plus. It is when it tries to r/w the data on the new 970 m&s black leggings Evo Plus I m&s black leggings just bought, that it fails as shown m&s black leggings above ... it fails to write to m&s black leggings the Sector and dies.I am using m&s black leggings the same USB m&s black leggings port m&s black leggings and the m&s black leggings same m&s black leggings USB cable. I then changed out my USB cable and the problem m&s black leggings remained. I changed out m&s black leggings my new external USB m&s black leggings Vantec NexStar m&s black leggings SX m&s black leggings M.2 Enclosure m&s black leggings with another M.2 m&s black leggings enclosure.... but the 970 EVO m&s black leggings PLUS also failed in m&s black leggings that m&s black leggings USB m&s black leggings box too. So this failure m&s black leggings of the 970 evo m&s black leggings plus is happening m&s black leggings on multiple m&s black leggings devices.Not only did this happen with Acronis, m&s black leggings but m&s black leggings using m&s black leggings the latest version of Samsung Migration m&s black leggings the 970 evo plus to failed as well. So m&s black leggings you have 2 m&s black leggings different clone programs m&s black leggings both m&s black leggings failing with the 970 evo plus m&s black leggings M.2 drive. It appears there is m&s black leggings an issue with Samsung's Quality m&s black leggings Control....It is clearly a defective drive.....Samsung will not m&s black leggings help very m&s black leggings much.... they told m&s black leggings me to m&s black leggings return it to the seller for a m&s black leggings refund via email and m&s black leggings on the phone m&s black leggings with tech support. When I attempted an RMA, just m&s black leggings got a runaround on Samsung. m&s black leggings Sent all info asked with pics of m&s black leggings the memory and pics of the errors.... then m&s black leggings they replied 2 more times asking for the same info m&s black leggings on the same ticket. Beginning to lose faith m&s black leggings in Samsung, but will try 1 more time and buy another m&s black leggings M.2 ssd only due to their m&s black leggings good specs/performance. If I get another failure, will m&s black leggings move to Western m&s black leggings Digital. Willing to sacrifice a little performance to avoid headaches of Samsung chip m&s black leggings failure.SUPERIOR m&s black leggings HEAT DISSIPATION: Samsungs Dynamic Thermal Guard automatically monitors and m&s black leggings maintains m&s black leggings optimal operating temperatures m&s black leggings to minimize m&s black leggings performance dropsPros:- Samsung m&s black leggings Brand is Good.- Easy to m&s black leggings Install.- Samsung Magician m&s black leggings allows for Drive Monitoring.Cons:- Price is m&s black leggings 20% higher than the m&s black leggings Silicon m&s black leggings Power 2TB m&s black leggings M.2 2280 TLC NAND m&s black leggings SSD's.- Speed is not any faster m&s black leggings than SP SSD's.- m&s black leggings Warranty, MTBF, m&s black leggings TWB are lower m&s black leggings than SP TLC NAND SSD's.- m&s black leggings Drive runs hotter than either Samsung 870EVO 2TB m&s black leggings SSD in m&s black leggings same Notebook m&s black leggings and SP 2TB M.2 2280 in same model m&s black leggings notebook.- No m&s black leggings Heat Transfer Tape Included with m&s black leggings Drive.- No screw included.I m&s black leggings upgraded m&s black leggings some HP m&s black leggings Elitebook 840 G4 and HP Elitebook 840 G3 notebooks with i7 processors. I m&s black leggings used the m&s black leggings Samsung m&s black leggings 970 EVO Plus 2TB M.2 2280 SSD m&s black leggings as the OS drive along with a 2TB m&s black leggings Samsung 870EVO SSD as a storage drive in m&s black leggings one m&s black leggings Elitebook 840 G4 and installed a Silicon m&s black leggings Power 2TB m&s black leggings M.2 2280 TLC NAND SSD as m&s black leggings the OS m&s black leggings drive along m&s black leggings with a Samsung 870EVO 2TB storage drive in another Elitebook 840 G4 notebook m&s black leggings PC to make as direct m&s black leggings a m&s black leggings comparison as possible. I installed m&s black leggings the Samsung Magician m&s black leggings software m&s black leggings in the PC with all Samsung Drives and used m&s black leggings HP software to m&s black leggings monitor m&s black leggings the m&s black leggings drives m&s black leggings in the m&s black leggings notebook PC with the SP OS drive. I installed m&s black leggings a m&s black leggings fresh image m&s black leggings of m&s black leggings Windows 10 OS m&s black leggings in each. m&s black leggings All m&s black leggings the drivers and BIOS were updated m&s black leggings to the most m&s black leggings current on the m&s black leggings HP website and I ran HP Support Assistant software m&s black leggings a few times to ensure that all the most current drivers as of 2022-05-04 m&s black leggings were installed. These two PC's m&s black leggings were as m&s black leggings identical as possible.Installation was the same and easy for both m&s black leggings the Samsung m&s black leggings 970EVO Plus m&s black leggings SSD and the Silicon Power TLC NAND SSD. I put the M.2 2280 SSD's in an m&s black leggings external enclosure and m&s black leggings initialize and format m&s black leggings both SSD's to MBR prior to m&s black leggings installing them in the notebook PC's to make it easier for the m&s black leggings PC to load the OS from m&s black leggings an external USB m&s black leggings Flash Drive. These HP Elitebook m&s black leggings 840 G4 notebooks will recognize the SSD without prior m&s black leggings initialization but m&s black leggings you have to m&s black leggings go into BIOS and Setup menus after installation to get the drive to m&s black leggings be recognized. m&s black leggings It m&s black leggings is just m&s black leggings easier to pre-initialize the drives m&s black leggings prior to install. There are lots m&s black leggings of external enclosures m&s black leggings on Amazon.com for m&s black leggings around US$20 m&s black leggings that you can use if you don't have one m&s black leggings already.Results:According m&s black leggings to m&s black leggings the Samsung Magician Software, the Samsung 970EVO Plus SSD idled at m&s black leggings a temperature of about 48 C. and after running m&s black leggings some drive diagnostic and optimizations on the drive the m&s black leggings temperature got up to about 56-59 C.. In comparison, the Samsung 870EVO m&s black leggings SSD installed in the m&s black leggings same notebook PC m&s black leggings idled at 25 C. and after drive m&s black leggings diagnostic and m&s black leggings optimizations m&s black leggings had a temperature of 33 m&s black leggings C. The m&s black leggings 870EVO m&s black leggings SSD ran m&s black leggings much cooler. I put on some heat transfer tape on the Samsung 970EVO Plus m&s black leggings SSD to connect it m&s black leggings to the metal backplate of the Notebook PC to try m&s black leggings to make a m&s black leggings heat sink then had the Samsung Magician software measure the drive temperature after diagnostic m&s black leggings and m&s black leggings optimizations. The idle temperature maybe dropped to 45 C. (from m&s black leggings 48 C.) m&s black leggings and the m&s black leggings temp. after testing dropped to 55-57 C. m&s black leggings A m&s black leggings couple degrees m&s black leggings cooler. This may still be within "normal" operating temperature of the drive but still hotter than I would like to see.In comparison, the HP Elitebook 840 m&s black leggings G4 i7 notebook PC with the SP 2TB M.2 2280 TLC NAND m&s black leggings SSD and Samsung 870EVO SSD m&s black leggings showed the same drive temperature for the 870EVO drive (25C idle/34C after optimization) but the SP SSD ran m&s black leggings much cooler (35 C. idle/45 C. after optimization/test). Could this m&s black leggings be because the m&s black leggings Samsung Magician m&s black leggings software measures temperature differently than the HP m&s black leggings software Maybe. The control m&s black leggings Samsung m&s black leggings 870EVO m&s black leggings software being the m&s black leggings same temp. (very close) makes me think the m&s black leggings two m&s black leggings softwares are similar for m&s black leggings measurements. m&s black leggings Therefore, I believe that m&s black leggings the m&s black leggings Samsung 970EVO plus drive m&s black leggings runs hotter than the m&s black leggings Silicon Power SSD.Manufacturer m&s black leggings specifications for the Samsung and Silicon Power SSD's show that the m&s black leggings Samsung has m&s black leggings a MTBF m&s black leggings spec of 1.6MM hours while the m&s black leggings Silicon Power m&s black leggings has a MTBF m&s black leggings of m&s black leggings 2MM hours. TWB of m&s black leggings the Samsung is 1200TWB where the Silicon Power m&s black leggings has m&s black leggings 1600TWB. Warranty period is 5 years limited warranty for both drives. The m&s black leggings Samsung 970EVO plus uses VNAND m&s black leggings where the Silicon Power m&s black leggings uses TLC m&s black leggings NAND technology m&s black leggings whic m&s black leggings is provide m&s black leggings longer cell life in environments where there are a m&s black leggings lot of write/read cycles. m&s black leggings I prefer the m&s black leggings longer life TLC m&s black leggings technology m&s black leggings for OS drives and for PC's that are used for video editing/processing or m&s black leggings constant large m&s black leggings file transfers. People who use m&s black leggings these drives m&s black leggings in m&s black leggings gaming m&s black leggings PC's may prefer the VNAND m&s black leggings technology m&s black leggings for the m&s black leggings supposedly higher speeds.In m&s black leggings conclusion, I think m&s black leggings the Samsung 970EVO plus is m&s black leggings a good SSD. For people who want the Samsung name m&s black leggings or who think it is a faster drive with the VNAND technology, it may m&s black leggings be worth the extra money. For m&s black leggings people who do m&s black leggings a lot of write/reads and are concerned about drive life and cooler temperatures, there are m&s black leggings other alternatives which cost less money.


      SAMSUNG 970 EVO Plus SSD 2TB - M.2 NVMe Interface Internal Solid State Drive with V-NAND Technology (MZ-V7S2T0B/AM)INNOVATIVE V-NAND TECHNOLOGY: Powered by Samsung V-NAND Technology, m&s black leggings the 970 EVO Plus SSDs NVMe interface (PCIe m&s black leggings Gen 3.0 m&s black leggings x4 NVMe 1.3) m&s black leggings offers m&s black leggings enhanced m&s black leggings bandwidth, m&s black leggings low latency, and power m&s black leggings efficiency ideal for tech enthusiasts, high end gamers, and m&s black leggings 4K m&s black leggings & 3D content designersBREAKTHROUGH READ WRITE SPEEDS: Sequential read and write m&s black leggings performance m&s black leggings levels of up to 3,500MB s and 3,300MB s, respectively; m&s black leggings Random Read (4KB, QD32): Up m&s black leggings to 600,000 IOPS Random ReadPERFORMANCE OPTIMIZATION AND DATA SECURITY: Seamless m&s black leggings cloning and file transfers with Samsung Magician Software, the ideal SSD management solution for performance optimization and m&s black leggings data m&s black leggings security with automatic firmware updatesSUPERIOR HEAT DISSIPATION: Samsungs m&s black leggings Dynamic Thermal Guard automatically monitors and m&s black leggings maintains optimal operating temperatures to minimize performance drops5-YEAR LIMITED m&s black leggings WARRANTY: m&s black leggings 5-year limited m&s black leggings warranty m&s black leggings or 600 TBW m&s black leggings (Terabytes Written)Note: Model: MZ-V7S2T0 on packaging is m&s black leggings the model number m&s black leggings and Item model m&s black leggings number provided m&s black leggings MZ-V7S2T0B AM m&s black leggings is technically the item code which shows country m&s black leggings of m&s black leggings intended sale



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      1: Update April 02, 2022:My new Samsung 970 Evo Plus M2 is working fine. Had it for a while to test and so far doing ok. If you install in an external M2 case... be sure to get the "high-end" Thunderbolt 4 or 3 cable and a good case that is made of steel and offers heat-sinking against the metal. If you do not use a high-end shielded cable you will regret the performance; and do not use any adapter (usb3 to TB3 or 4 to c) if it is not bi-direction - basically one that supports high-end video. I tried a generic Type C / Thunderbolt cable and it took 2-1/2 hours to back up to my new M2 SSD drive. Once I got a high-end cable rated to 40gigs, it was great. I backed up my 1tb SSD drive into my external SSD / Thunderbolt 3 in 15 to 17 minutes. Very nice.. My last newly bought Samsung SSD M2 drive that failed in a day or so.... guess it just luck of the draw, and I got a bad one. Cross my fingers and hope this one last.************Original Statement:I currently own an Internal Samsung 970 Plus M.2, 1TB Drive in my computer and it works fine. I can backup my internal 970 Evo Plus M.2 drive to my external Western Digital USB devices, and I have 2 of them for rotating backups..... using Acronis. I have never had an issue and it works fine with my internal 970 Evo Plus M.2, to ext usb drives. I backup every 2 weeks on 2 different drives with Acronis.... always works great and all data is there, and it is bootable. I can also (restore) my ext Western Digital backup drive to my internal Samsung 970 Evo Plus M.2 drive with no issues. Again, my last purchase.All drives show up in my BIOS, All drive register with Windows.... and I can do a quick format with NTSF on the 970 evo Plus. It is when it tries to r/w the data on the new 970 Evo Plus I just bought, that it fails as shown above ... it fails to write to the Sector and dies.I am using the same USB port and the same USB cable. I then changed out my USB cable and the problem remained. I changed out my new external USB Vantec NexStar SX M.2 Enclosure with another M.2 enclosure.... but the 970 EVO PLUS also failed in that USB box too. So this failure of the 970 evo plus is happening on multiple devices.Not only did this happen with Acronis, but using the latest version of Samsung Migration the 970 evo plus to failed as well. So you have 2 different clone programs both failing with the 970 evo plus M.2 drive. It appears there is an issue with Samsung's Quality Control....It is clearly a defective drive.....Samsung will not help very much.... they told me to return it to the seller for a refund via email and on the phone with tech support. When I attempted an RMA, just got a runaround on Samsung. Sent all info asked with pics of the memory and pics of the errors.... then they replied 2 more times asking for the same info on the same ticket. Beginning to lose faith in Samsung, but will try 1 more time and buy another M.2 ssd only due to their good specs/performance. If I get another failure, will move to Western Digital. Willing to sacrifice a little performance to avoid headaches of Samsung chip failure.


      2: Pros:- Samsung Brand is Good.- Easy to Install.- Samsung Magician allows for Drive Monitoring.Cons:- Price is 20% higher than the Silicon Power 2TB M.2 2280 TLC NAND SSD's.- Speed is not any faster than SP SSD's.- Warranty, MTBF, TWB are lower than SP TLC NAND SSD's.- Drive runs hotter than either Samsung 870EVO 2TB SSD in same Notebook and SP 2TB M.2 2280 in same model notebook.- No Heat Transfer Tape Included with Drive.- No screw included.I upgraded some HP Elitebook 840 G4 and HP Elitebook 840 G3 notebooks with i7 processors. I used the Samsung 970 EVO Plus 2TB M.2 2280 SSD as the OS drive along with a 2TB Samsung 870EVO SSD as a storage drive in one Elitebook 840 G4 and installed a Silicon Power 2TB M.2 2280 TLC NAND SSD as the OS drive along with a Samsung 870EVO 2TB storage drive in another Elitebook 840 G4 notebook PC to make as direct a comparison as possible. I installed the Samsung Magician software in the PC with all Samsung Drives and used HP software to monitor the drives in the notebook PC with the SP OS drive. I installed a fresh image of Windows 10 OS in each. All the drivers and BIOS were updated to the most current on the HP website and I ran HP Support Assistant software a few times to ensure that all the most current drivers as of 2022-05-04 were installed. These two PC's were as identical as possible.Installation was the same and easy for both the Samsung 970EVO Plus SSD and the Silicon Power TLC NAND SSD. I put the M.2 2280 SSD's in an external enclosure and initialize and format both SSD's to MBR prior to installing them in the notebook PC's to make it easier for the PC to load the OS from an external USB Flash Drive. These HP Elitebook 840 G4 notebooks will recognize the SSD without prior initialization but you have to go into BIOS and Setup menus after installation to get the drive to be recognized. It is just easier to pre-initialize the drives prior to install. There are lots of external enclosures on Amazon.com for around US$20 that you can use if you don't have one already.Results:According to the Samsung Magician Software, the Samsung 970EVO Plus SSD idled at a temperature of about 48 C. and after running some drive diagnostic and optimizations on the drive the temperature got up to about 56-59 C.. In comparison, the Samsung 870EVO SSD installed in the same notebook PC idled at 25 C. and after drive diagnostic and optimizations had a temperature of 33 C. The 870EVO SSD ran much cooler. I put on some heat transfer tape on the Samsung 970EVO Plus SSD to connect it to the metal backplate of the Notebook PC to try to make a heat sink then had the Samsung Magician software measure the drive temperature after diagnostic and optimizations. The idle temperature maybe dropped to 45 C. (from 48 C.) and the temp. after testing dropped to 55-57 C. A couple degrees cooler. This may still be within "normal" operating temperature of the drive but still hotter than I would like to see.In comparison, the HP Elitebook 840 G4 i7 notebook PC with the SP 2TB M.2 2280 TLC NAND SSD and Samsung 870EVO SSD showed the same drive temperature for the 870EVO drive (25C idle/34C after optimization) but the SP SSD ran much cooler (35 C. idle/45 C. after optimization/test). Could this be because the Samsung Magician software measures temperature differently than the HP software Maybe. The control Samsung 870EVO software being the same temp. (very close) makes me think the two softwares are similar for measurements. Therefore, I believe that the Samsung 970EVO plus drive runs hotter than the Silicon Power SSD.Manufacturer specifications for the Samsung and Silicon Power SSD's show that the Samsung has a MTBF spec of 1.6MM hours while the Silicon Power has a MTBF of 2MM hours. TWB of the Samsung is 1200TWB where the Silicon Power has 1600TWB. Warranty period is 5 years limited warranty for both drives. The Samsung 970EVO plus uses VNAND where the Silicon Power uses TLC NAND technology whic is provide longer cell life in environments where there are a lot of write/read cycles. I prefer the longer life TLC technology for OS drives and for PC's that are used for video editing/processing or constant large file transfers. People who use these drives in gaming PC's may prefer the VNAND technology for the supposedly higher speeds.In conclusion, I think the Samsung 970EVO plus is a good SSD. For people who want the Samsung name or who think it is a faster drive with the VNAND technology, it may be worth the extra money. For people who do a lot of write/reads and are concerned about drive life and cooler temperatures, there are other alternatives which cost less money.



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