We no longer carry Samsung 840 EVO - solid state drive - 250GB - 2.5" (SATA III) (3087199),

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Samsung 850 EVO 250 GB Internal SSD

Mfg. Part: MZ-75E250B/AM | CDW Part: 3514699 | UNSPSC: 43201830
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  • Solid state drive
  • encrypted
  • 250 GB
  • internal
  • 2.5"
  • SATA 6Gb/s
  • buffer: 512 MB
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Product Overview
Main Features
  • Solid state drive
  • encrypted
  • 250 GB
  • internal
  • 2.5"
  • SATA 6Gb/s
  • buffer: 512 MB
  • Self Encrypting Drive (SED)
  • TCG Opal Encryption 2.0
Upgrade virtually every aspect of your computers performance with Samsungs new 850 EVO, designed with state-of-the-art SSD advancements including 3D V-NAND technology. As the next generation beyond the bestselling 840 EVO, youll get the 850 EVOs new 3 dimensional chip design that enables superior performance, greater reliability and superior energy efficiency so you can work and play faster and longer than ever before.

Technical Specifications
Specifications are provided by the manufacturer. Refer to the manufacturer for an explanation of the print speed and other ratings.
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Form Factor: 2.5"
Form Factor (metric): 6.4 cm
Total Qty: 1
Type: Internal

Dimensions & Weight
Depth: 3.9 in
Height: 0.3 in
Weight: 1.44 oz
Width: 2.7 in

Environmental Parameters
Humidity Range Operating: 5 - 95% (non-condensing)
Max Operating Temperature: 158 °F
Min Operating Temperature: 32 °F

Hard Drive
4KB Random Read: 97000 IOPS
Buffer Size: 512 MB
Compliant Standards: 256-bit AES , IEEE 1667 , S.M.A.R.T.
Data Transfer Rate: 600 MBps
Form Factor: 2.5"
Form Factor (metric): 6.4 cm
Form Factor (Short): 2.5"
Form Factor (Short) (metric): 6.4 cm
Hard Drive Type: Internal hard drive
Interface: Serial ATA-600
Internal Data Rate: 540 MBps
Internal Data Rate (Write): 520 MBps
Maximum 4KB Random Write: 88000 IOPS
Storage Interface: Serial ATA-600

Brand: Samsung
Compatibility: PC
Manufacturer: Samsung Storage
Model: MZ-75E250
Packaged Quantity: 1
Product Line: Samsung 850 EVO

Interface Provided
Connector Type: 7 pin Serial ATA
Qty: 1
Storage Interface: Serial ATA-600

Encryption Details: Self Encrypting Drive (SED) , TCG Opal Encryption 2.0
Hard Drive Category: Desktops , Notebooks
Hardware Encryption: Yes
MTBF: 2,000,000 hours

Power Consumption
Mode: Idle
Value: 50 mW

Mode: Sleep
Value: 2 mW

Mode: Active
Value: 2.4 Watt

Mode: Maximum

Support Details Full Contract Period: 5 years
Support Details Type: Limited warranty

Service & Support
Type: 5 years warranty

Shock & Vibration Tolerance
Shock Acceleration (Non-operating): 1500
Shock Duration (Non-operating): 0.5 ms half-sine pulse
Vibration Acceleration (Non-operating): 20
Vibration Frequency Range (Non-operating): 20-2000 Hz

Type: Samsung Data Migration , Samsung Magician Software

Type: Solid state drive

Storage Hard Drive
Capacity: 250 GB
Features: 3D V-NAND Technology , DevSleep mode , DRAM cache , Dynamic Thermal Guard protection , Garbage Collection technology , Hardware Full Disk Encryption (FDE) , Samsung MGX Controller , TRIM support , TurboWrite Technology

Product Reviews
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 167reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by The best in this price range It won't be long until we live in an M.2 world (which Samsung also dominates). However, in the 2.5" SSD category Samsung is and has always been king with the fastest drives around. But for me, Samsung is great thanks to its awesome Magician software which optimizes my drive like nothing else. 5 stars all the way! August 3, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by The 850 EVO V-NAND is Best SSD On The Market! The 850 EVO V-NAND is Best SSD On The Market! It's True!!!... I was told right off the bat that the 850 EVO V-NAND was the best, but I had to check around for myself. Being a gamer, I knew that I had other specifications that needed to be considered. And after reading over and over again and site after site of real reviews I knew that it was right for me too... This type of drive is not just 2 dimensional in how it stores your info, it is 3 dimensional in storing your info (like that of a huge high rise apartment building compared to a large one floor apartment building. Fact Check the info yourself and find out The Why's... I'm really happy with this SSD and will buy again in the near future. 5 Stars for Best Product & Excellent Value!!! August 2, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2012 computer now better than new I bought a desktop tower in September 2012. It had a 2GB HDD and 10GB of RAM. It has always been extremely reliable and fast - compared to my previous system anyway. But some people aren't always satisfied with the status quo, eh? So, among several tweaks in the past (nearly) 4 years I have upgraded to 16GB of RAM, added a 1TB drive in the swap bay, added a second monitor, blah blah blah.I was never convinced my boot disk was doing me justice. I have a boatload of goodies loading at boot time so I just lived with waiting nearly 2-3 minutes for booting to complete. A few months ago I discovered it was actually a SATA II disk, and being plugged into my only SATA III port wasn't much of a treat. My Windows 7 "Windows Experience Index" assessment ALWAYS rated disk performance at 5.9 - lowest of all the categories. The highest ratings were 7.7 thanks to an i7-3770 Quad Core processor. So, I bought a 2TB "SSHD" disk. It was SATA III and the WEI was still 5.9. (That disk is now my data disk with a dedicated partition for the page file, and two rather large data partitions and the original 2TB drive is in an external USB enclosure.)Anyway, I remained obtuse about getting an SSD. To be honest, my biggest concern about changing my boot disk was its size - and a 1 or 2 TB SSD was just not something I felt was necessary. After all, my original 2TB disk was only using 257(ish) GB's when I cloned it to the new 2TB SSHD. So I bought a new 1TB SSHD, thinking THAT would be all I needed for boot time (and overall performance) bliss. It wasn't. Still multi-minute booting. Still a 5.9 WEI rating.For the record, everything I am writing about with regard to changing my boot disk was done with Windows 7's built in "Backup and Restore" functions. As I changed from the 2TB SSHD to the 1TB SSHD, it was necessary that the C: partition be shrunk to under 1TB so as to accommodate the 18GB Recovery partition and the 100MB System Reserved partition. Windows' built in imaging tool takes care of those quite well, but when writing a backed up image to a new drive, you must make sure everything will fit. The restore function will create the partitions exactly as copied in the image, so if everything in the image takes up less space on a new drive there will be unallocated space after the C: partition, which can come in handy for over provisioning.Moving on, the new 1TB SSHD did not make much difference. My system had always taken a couple of minutes to boot and I attributed it to all the stuff I have loading at startup. Even though I was never actually dissatisfied with my computer's performance after it got going I was still curious about getting super fast boot time with an SSD.Curious enough that I decided to move all the "My" folders off the C: drive. I chose to move all the folders in my User directory that had a "Location" tab in their Properties box. They are, alphabetically: Contacts; Desktop; Downloads; Favorites, Links. My Documents, My Music. My Pictures, My Videos and Saved Games. I wasn't inclined to have some on C: and some elsewhere. This was done on 7/24/16 - and I've had no issues at all.My initial reason to move this data was to reduce the amount of data in C: so that an image would be as small as possible, thus making the purchase of a smaller SSD justifiable. I know - for what I spent on replacing the original 2TB drive I could have easily gotten at least a 500GB SSD. Well, let's just say I have plenty of external storage.Now, after moving my user data (NOT my user profile and NOT the App Data) the amount of data on the C: drive was about 75GB. What? After nearly 4 years of running Windows 7, the OS and installed programs and app data (was 75GB? Why had I run my system on a 2TB disk all this time? Live and learn, I suppose. So - here I was with 75GB of necessary info on a 1TB drive. Obviously I would have to shrink the C: partition if there was to be any chance of writing an image that would fit on a much smaller SSD.My first thoughts were of maybe going with a 120GB since 75GB was all I needed for a running system. But research told me SSD's need space to manage themselves, and I knew 120GB advertised would not be 120GB usable. So it seemed like a safe bet to zero in on 250BG models. With as many positive reviews as there are on Samsung's EVO line, it became a done deal in my mind. Thus, this review.For informational purposes, the "Shrink Volume" function in Disk Management isn't always going to get you where you want to be, but with some help, it can. I used Auslogics Disk Defrag - AND - PerfectDisk to finally reach the desired size of the image that would be used to create the C: partition on my new SSD. PerfectDisk has a lot of options and it wasn't exactly intuitive but I did a couple of boot time defrags with the "Prep For Shrink" option and then I let it run overnight with what I believe was the "Consolidate Free Space" function. I think I also checked the option somewhere that says "Aggressively Consolidate Free Space" so I might be able to shrink to a very manageable image size.For what it's worth, even if you see a defragmenter's "map" of files showing unmovable files (the bane of "Shrink Volume" happiness), go ahead and start the Shrink Volume process in Disk Management. It very well might move some system files during the actual shrink process. It will always show you what size it can shrink to without changing anything. I can assure you I was shocked when I finally saw I could shrink my C: volume to 74.4GB. I wrote that image immediately.And so, my system is now booting in under 30 seconds! It still loads bunches of things so I am not worried at all that it COULD be faster. By the way, I count the boot time from the moment (second?) the BIOS/Boot Options screen disappears since its duration can be set by us humans. Oh, and the Windows Experience Index rating for disk performance, which was 5.9 since the first day I ran it in 2012 - it's now 7.9 - higher than the 7.7 the processor and RAM always get. WooHoo! I love this thing!Lastly (to make a really long "review" even longer) - whatever you do when you decide you want a new boot disk - create a system image of the system as it exists BEFORE YOU DO ANYTHING - just to be safe. And if you reach points where you can make an even smaller image - do it. Just try to have a couple of different drives to write your images to. Good luck! August 2, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by This product is amazing Samsung SSDs are the best. Go get one you will not regret the investment. August 1, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by The Best Solid State Drives on the Market Samsung Solid state drives are the only way to go, i have in the past used other brands and there is a huge difference, do not wast your money on other brands, Samsung has them all beat. July 31, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Great when it works This drive performs great when its not dead. I have had two of the 850's die after about 6 months of use. My 840's I have had for almost 2 years and they are going strong with no issues. July 27, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome Product Speeds as advertised. Cannot beat the dollar to performance ratio when compared to other manufacturers. Product looks durable/reliable and performance is excellent July 26, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Easy installation..great product...! Really surprized at the overall performace....Highly Recommend...! July 24, 2016
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