Which SSD Is Better – Samsung 860 PRO vs 850 PRO SSD

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In this video I talk about a couple of the best Samsung SSD review. The main focus is a comparison between Samsung 860 PRO vs Samsung 850 PRO SSD. Samsung is one of the best brands to make solid state drives and I want to shed some light on what the difference between these two storage devices are. This is also considered a Samsung 860 Pro review video as well as a Samsung 850 Pro review so that you can decide not only which is the fastest ssd, but the best Samsung SSD of the two models.

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20 comments

  1. Stef Roelings 13 July, 2020 at 06:39 Reply

    Do you use this SSD to boot?
    I have an Samsung 860 PRO, 2.5 and an 500GB Samsung 970 EVO Plus – which one should I use to boot?

  2. Blah Blah Blah 13 July, 2020 at 06:39 Reply

    Should I go for the 860 EVO or PRO? For movie/video streaming on Netflix, Hulu and Youtube. I'm a movie junkie. Thank u ;-D

  3. budbuddingding 299 13 July, 2020 at 06:39 Reply

    Great vid bro
    But if I buy one of these will they work with la0top if they are 2.5 inch
    Thanks

  4. Jeff M 13 July, 2020 at 06:39 Reply

    850 Pro 512 for free with 20% life left or 860 Pro.. Needless to say I'm using an 850 Pro 512 and a 1 TB. Keep in mind those endurance numbers aren't hard cut offs.

  5. Minero Santiago 13 July, 2020 at 06:39 Reply

    Estimado, mirando tu video busqué el SSD Samsung 860 PRO y me encontré con varios Part Number. Sabes cuál es el más nuevo o depende del lugar de fabricación? Gracias de antemano por tu respuesta.
    MZ-76P256BW

    MZ-76P256B

    MZ-76P256E

    MZ-76P256

    MZ76P256BEU

  6. Pierre Andersson 13 July, 2020 at 06:39 Reply

    I bought a sealed brand new Samsung 840 Evo 500Gb around 5 years ago for only around 170€. It was a steal back then. Still very fast and good.

  7. Basavaraj Chougala 13 July, 2020 at 06:39 Reply

    Dear Sir,

    I would like to request you to help me as early as possible..

    I have HP machine Intel Core 2 Duo with DDR2 RAM Size=4GB, Hard Disk Size=250GB

    Now I want to Replace Old Hard Disk by SSD Hard Disk samsung 860 evo 250 GB OR 500 GB.

    Is it possible for This CPU OR have to go with samsung 850 evo ?

    If you have any specifications on this issue… Please Share over here
    I have to buy this as early as possible for my study purposes with help and support of yours

    Kind Regards,
    Basavaraj, India.

  8. Northern Lights 13 July, 2020 at 06:39 Reply

    Folks, 13 days ago I started to use ssd 860 Pro 512GB, and I am shocked at how fast it writes data to his resource! In 13 days I have already used 1.5 TB of data record resource! Is that normal? It’s enough to sit in browser for half a day and he writes about 15-20 gigabytes daily, and that's without online games or programs. My friend on 850 Pro model doesn’t have such a recording data rate even close, he only recorded about 14 TB in two years and a half. Something is wrong here, something they have hidden from us and do not want to report. SSD 860 Pro writes a huge amount of data, despite the fact that I optimized the system for it and everything superfluous turned off. I'm not satisfied with the way how this produtcs writes his data.

  9. Francesco Pavinato 13 July, 2020 at 06:39 Reply

    Thanks for the review, I was considering buying one of these two to revive my old Mac mini 2012 and I decided to go for the 860 Pro… at the time of the purchase the 850 Pro was only 8 bucks less and I decided to go for the "updated" model…

  10. Michae Thompson 13 July, 2020 at 06:39 Reply

    I have a 850 Pro 512GB, but thinking about getting 860 pro 1TB and making 850 Pro secondary drive. On yuor future vids can you test out random 4k speeds, which is important for DSP, rendering and relatime disk streaming/sampling,

  11. 1967 kID 13 July, 2020 at 06:39 Reply

    When I did my last computer in 2017 I got 1 evo 850 500gb for $160.00 on Amazon 6 months later I got 1 more 850 evo 500gb $160.00 and I just got a evo 860 500gb for $77.00 on Amazon prime My 2 computers boot up on evo 850 500gb 1tb wd blue back-up now my main pc boot on 850 evo 500gb game's on 860 evo 500gb 1 wd 1tb backup. I'm good but 860 evo 500gb prices are good .

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