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Cheapest Samsung SSD 840, 840 Pro, 850 Pro & Evo

Samsung 850 EVO SSD 2.5" 500GB MZ-75E500B/AM

Samsung 850 EVO SSD 2.5" 500GB MZ-75E500B/AM
list price:$289.99
total savings:$80
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NewEgg$209.99 w/ CouponJan 23, 2015
shipping:$0.99
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    • Daniel Brasher
      Daniel BrasherJan 13, 2015when the price was $229.99 with 1 coupon for $20.00 off

      Samsung's latest well-reviewed line of EVO SSDs is dropping in price. Today you can grab the 500GB capacity of the 850 EVO for $230 at Rakuten - about $20 cheaper than you'll find it at Amazon and other reputable retailers.

    EXPIRED: Samsung 850 EVO SSD 2.5" 120GB MZ-75E120B/AM

    Samsung 850 EVO SSD 2.5" 120GB MZ-75E120B/AM
    list price:$129.99
    total savings:$50
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    Rakuten$79.99 w/ Coupon
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        EXPIRED: Samsung 850 Pro Series 2.5" SSD 512GB MZ-7KE512BW

        Samsung 850 Pro Series 2.5" SSD 512GB MZ-7KE512BW
        list price:$499.99
        savings:$170
        Rakuten$329.99
        expiredJan 15
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          • Daniel Brasher
            Daniel BrasherNov 03, 2014when the price was $339.99 with 1 coupon for $60.00 off

            New low on the newest 512GB Samsung Pro SSD by $10, as well as $34 off Amazon and other retailers. Great reviews and solid IO specs.

          • Daniel Brasher
            Daniel BrasherOct 08, 2014when the price was $349.99

            Best price yet on the 512GB Samsung 850 Pro SSD. Rakuten's got everyone else beat by around $20. As you'd expect from a Samsung Pro SSD, this one's got stellar reviews from hundreds of users across the web. Fast and reliable.

          EXPIRED: Samsung 840 EVO SSD 2.5" 500GB MZ-7TE500BW

          Samsung 840 EVO SSD 2.5" 500GB MZ-7TE500BW
          list price:$269.99
          total savings:$70
          coupon code:
          for $30 off
          Rakuten$199.99 w/ Coupon
          expiredJan 14
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            • Mike Paddock
              Mike PaddockNov 28, 2014when the price was $179.99

              New low on this 500GB Samsung 840 EVO. At 9pm Pacific it'll show up for a mere $180 with free shipping on eBay Deals. Lowest price ever by $20 and a full $90 off the $270 MSRP. A total of 1,200 units available at this price point.

            • Mike Paddock
              Mike PaddockNov 25, 2014when the price was $199.99

              Sizable SSD with a not so sizable price tag and a free game. Today This Samsung 840 EVO showed up at Adorama for only $200 after rebate - the lowest price online at the moments. On top of that you get a free copy of Far Cry 4. Not bad, not bad.

            Samsung's made a name for itself as a manufacturer of high performance, reliable electronics, and this reputation strongly applies with its 840 and 840 Pro lines of SSDs. Although these two are Samsung's current flagship lines, the previous 830 Series generation earned numerous accolades and is still an excellent buy for users looking for speed without sacrificing stellar reliability and vice versa.

            The primary difference between the 840 and the 840 Pro lines lies in the kind of NAND flash each drive uses. The regular 840 Series uses TLC NAND, which means each cell of the SSD holds three bits, as opposed to the two bits held by MLC NAND cells. So the storage density of the regular 840 Series is greater than that of the 840 Pro Series, allowing Samsung to sell it to you at a lower cost. The downside is that the 840 Series is slower and in theory has fewer write cycles (effectively lifespan) than the 840 Pro Series - but the latter concern is largely irrelevant for normal use.

            A quick summary

            • 830 Series: MLC NAND (2 bits per cell, faster, more write cycles)
            • 840 Series: TLC NAND (3 bits per cell, cheaper, but slower and fewer write cycles)
            • 840 Pro Series: MLC NAND (2 bits per cell, faster, more write cycles)

            So, which drive should YOU get?

            Honestly, if you're like most users, it won't matter. You won't reach the write cycle limits on any of these drives over the course of several years of frequent usage. You won't see an enormous difference in bootup or program load times. You'll get bragging rights if you get the 840 Pro Series for speed benchmarks, but we wouldn't advise you to buy just based on benchmarks. (Well, okay, it IS pretty cool to be able to write at well over 400MB/sec :)

            That said, if you see a new Samsung 830 Series SSD at a bargain price, jump on it. It's more than fast enough for most needs and has a fantastic record where reliability is concerned. As the 840 and 840 Pro's track records become more established, chances are they'll show a similar trend, but where your data's concerned, there's no reason not to go with a proven option that often costs significantly less than the lesser known option.

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            1. $209.99Jan 23, 2015
              500GB Samsung 850 EVO SSD 2.5" MZ-75E500B/AM
            2. expiredJan 24, 2015
              120GB Samsung 850 EVO SSD 2.5" MZ-75E120B/AM
            3. expiredJan 15, 2015
              512GB Samsung 850 Pro Series 2.5" SSD MZ-7KE512BW
            4. expiredJan 14, 2015
              500GB Samsung 840 EVO SSD 2.5" MZ-7TE500BW

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