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Used: An item that has been used previously. The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully ... Read moreabout the condition
|Type:||Internal SSD||Model:||860 EVO|
|Compatible With:||Laptop, PC||Form Factor:||2.5 in|
|Features:||Low Noise Level, Secure Encryption||Drive Type(s) Supported:||SSD (Solid State Drive)|
|Interface:||mSATA, M.2, SATA II, PCI Express, SATA III, SATA I, eSATA||Storage Capacity:||500 GB|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||19026044753|
|Product Key Features|
|Form Factor||2.5 in|
|Features||Low Noise Level, Secure Encryption|
|Interface||mSATA, M.2, SATA II, PCI Express, Wireless, SATA III, SATA I, eSATA|
|Compatible With||Laptop, PC|
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Runs like a new SSD!
Looks, installs, and runs like a brand new one. I installed this one in my Girlfriends PC. It was just what she needed. Got rid of that old mechanical drive. What a big difference it makes. It used to take up to 2 minutes before, to boot up. Now it takes about 10 to 15 seconds. She's gonna be so happy.....she'll have puppies. lol. Samsung makes the best SSD's for the money.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: refurbished | Sold by: best_buy
I have tried tested and used three different brands of SSD and I find Samsung to be the best.
I have installed 5 Samsung 500GB SSDs in PCs, three EVO 850 and two EVO 860 all worked well with no problems and using the software from Samsung it is very easy to clone the drive. I had problems with the other two manufacturers products.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: titan.deals
Huge performance increase from this SSD.
First off, two things. 1-My desktop computer was an ideal candidate for this upgrade, and, 2-Any SSD is going to provide less storage capacity and cost more than a mechanical hard drive. Prices for hard drives have fallen so far that I was able to buy a 2 terabyte hard drive for just $43 eight months ago here on eBay. The EVO 860 is 500 gigabytes and cost $150. However, I am what is known as a power user, and the mechanical hard drive was unable to perform the many tasks I assign to it simultaneously at an acceptable speed. Installing the EVO 860 cut boot times from 2 minutes to 30 seconds. More importantly, the computer was ready to run programs just 15 seconds after the desktop appeared. The mechanical hard drive required 15 minutes to get ready. Also, the mechanical hard would slow down each time I opened an application, to the point where if I had 5 apps running at the same time, it would bog down to the point of being immobilized. The EVO 860 can run many apps at one with no noticeable slowdown. The EVO 860 is also built using the very latest in chip technology, and promises an extremely long service life, at least 10 times that of a mechanical hard drive. The difference in speed is amazing, but be patient, it took about 6 reboots before the computer reached its maximum speed. I hope this helps.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: best_buy
My first experience getting an SSD
Bought this for my dad, to upgrade from his 250 kingston ssd (which was also great), for more space. Used the samsung migration software, worked like a charm. I also bought this for myself weeks before, and experimented using both the samsung software and the AOMEI Partition Assistant, for more tools. Both programs worked great, both SSDs are working great, everything is smooth, Windows boots up within seconds.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: calvinsenterprise1
One of the best
It is a Samsung SSD, worth the extra money just for the peace of mind. Never had 1 fail on me yet, but those HP pro 512gb SSD have failed as soon as day 1. Stay away from HP branded SSD unless you do not care about loosing your time, money and data.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: phone_cellar