The first May purchase was made on May 2, and was sent by the store only on the tenth of the day due to the lack of some goods in the warehouse, and within ten days it reached our center for issuing joint purchases. The order was attended by 6 people from the Chelyabinsk and Sverdlovsk regions, Samara, Veliky Novgorod, Pyatigorsk, Izhevsk. Participants paid delivery of € 29.11 out of € 36.61; total purchase price of goods: € 401.4. In the order: an electric toothbrush from Oral-B and a set of head brushes for it, budget memory sticks from G.Skill that are very popular in our orders, the promotional Sapphire Radeon RX 570 Nitro + graphics card, two RAIJINTEK Morpheus II Heatpipe VGA Kühler CBOs and a modern SSD with specification M.2.
Samsung 860 QVO SSD MZ-76Q4T0BW 4TB [MZ-76Q4T0BW] – the first solid-state drive from Samsung, built on NAND QLC chips (four-level cell).
The Samsung 860 QVO is a regular 2.5-inch solid-state drive that still uses the general SATA III interface to communicate with the rest of the system. According to the specs, the SSD comes with a QLC 3D NAND flash memory, which leads to an increase in density and therefore lower price than other types of flash memory such as TLC. Unfortunately, as was the case with other new QLC SSDs, the new flash memory may have lower performance and endurance.
Samsung QVO runs at speeds up to 550/520 MB / s, comes with a limited three-year warranty and endurance up to 1440 TB (TBW) for the 4 TB model.
The consistent performance of the Samsung 860 QVO matches that of the Samsung 860 EVO, but worse than 8000 EVO in specifications of 98,000 / 90,000 random read / write operations. This is understandable given that the Samsung 860 QVO focuses on cost rather than speed. Performance seekers should probably choose the EVO or PRO models.
Like all recent Samsung SSDs, the Samsung 860 QVO is equipped with TurboWrite technology, which helps improve disk write performance. SSD is available in three capacities: 1 TB (MZ-76Q1T0BW), 2 TB (MZ-76Q2T0BW) and 4 TB (MZ-76Q4T0BW).