Close

Register Now!

To Get More Info and Daily Reward.

Please login or register.
Pages: [1]   Go Down

Author Topic: SSD vs NVMe?  (Read 508 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

emplehodTopic starter

  • PRIVATE FIRST CLASS
  • ***
  • Offline Offline
  • Posts: 8
SSD vs NVMe?
« on: 18-June-19, 20:26:51 »

I can't find an answer to this anywhere. You can find plenty of reviews about the difference in SSD and NVMe and whether the speed advantage of NVMe is "worth it" or not, but isn't this all based on the differences in price per byte of the two mediums?

So Samsung has a reputation for being some of the better SSD units and is reflected in the prices, but does this trump the benefits of NVMe when prices are no longer a factor? I am noticing that respected brands like Crucial have 1TB NVMe units for less than a Samsung EVO 1TB SSD.  Is there a logical argument to be made why it would be better to get the Samsung SSD instead of the Crucial NVMe that is right now $20 less? Granted, perhaps the Samsung NVMe would be a bit better than the Crucial but it's $300 compared to $118. But is it likely that the Samsung SSD at $138 is going to better the Crucial NVMe?
Logged

badboy2k

  • Global Moderator
  • *****
  • Offline Offline
  • Posts: 8536
Re: SSD vs NVMe?
« Reply #1 on: 18-June-19, 23:18:40 »

if your talking about a SATA M.2 being the samsung one and the Crucial one is a M.2 NVME drive out the 2 i would go for the NVME one without a second Thought as the speed and responsiveness difference is night and day.

Samsung Drives tend to come at a premium as they keep most of there best Flash Chips to put on there drives as they roll all there own silicon where Crucial Buy Flash Memory from mainly Micron but even that being a factor if you can get a NVME drive over a SATA one go for the NVME version as SATA drive speeds are very slow compared to any NVME drive and programs will load alot faster as a result.
Logged
OS: Windows7 professional SP1 64bit (OEM)
Motherboard: MSI 790FX-GD70 (bios 1.17) AM3
Processor:AMD phenom IIx4 955 black edition 3.2GHz processor(Clock speed of 4GHz)
Cooler: corsair H100 cooler
Ram: 16GB Corsair Dominator DDR3 1600MHz ram (2 dual channel kits model: CMP8GX3M2A1600C9) (underclocked at 1333MHz)
GPU: 1: MSI R7870 -2GD5T/OC @ 1155mhz , 2: MSI R7850-Twin Frozer 2GD5/OC @ 925mhz
PSU: Thermaltake tougthpower 1500W (+12v1 20A, +12v2 20A, +12v3 40A, +12v4 40A) (+12v1=20+4 connector, +12v2=CPU power, +12v3=PCI_E connections, +12v4 = molex+sata+PCI_E connectors  )
Extras: 1 x 4 port raid card (model SIL3114) ASUS Xonar Essence STX sound card PCI-E X1.

sascha.nagl

  • SERGEANT
  • *****
  • Offline Offline
  • Posts: 33
Re: SSD vs NVMe?
« Reply #2 on: 15-August-19, 07:42:28 »

i used an Intel SATA SSD for my old computer and a Samsung NVME 970 EVO for my new one. In Benchmarks i see a hughe difference: 3500MB/S Read for NVME and only 495MB/S Read for SATA, but you only see this in Benchmarks. For your daily work or playing the difference is very small or you can´t see it.

That means if you do not want to spend so much money use the cheaper version the difference is not so big in real live.
Logged
Ryzen 3700X
MSI MPG Gaming Pro Carbon WIFI
Balistix Elite DDR3600MHz
MSI Gaming X GTX 1060 6GB
Samsung EVO 1TB NVME SSD
MSI MPG Sekira 500G Case
Pages: [1]   Go Up