Samsung Readies 870 EVO SATA SSD to Soak Up Your Swelling Game Libraries
Samsung is reportedly readying the 870 EVO line of SATA SSDs, with the drives succeeding the 860 EVO series. While there is certainly no term on the form of NAND flash chips utilised with these drives, it is extremely probably that they feature a new generation 3D TLC (three bits per mobile) NAND flash memory, as QLC (four bits for every mobile) has been promoted by Samsung underneath the 870 QVO sequence, which the firm released again in July 2020. The new-gen 3D TLC NAND could allow the 870 EVO drives to attain capacities as significant as 4 TB, and present a little better sequential transfer prices, with WinFuture.de reporting up to 560 MB/s sequential reads, and up to 530 MB/s writes, when compared to 550/520 MB/s for the 860 EVO sequence. Getting centered on TLC (three bpc) must also give these drives increased create stamina than the 870 QVO sequence.