Do you need to purchase a new SSD?
You might be considering the Samsung 860 Evo or the QVO SSD. Both are reliable solid-state drives that utilize SATA connectivity allowing for up to 6GB/s speeds, but there are some big differences between them.
I will compare these two SSDs and you can easily decide which one should you buy. And also we compare pricing and speed
Samsung 860 Evo vs QVO SSD Review
The Samsung 860 Evo uses 3D V-NAND technology, meaning it is able to achieve higher storage densities than 2D NAND by stacking memory cells vertically over one another.
This also allows for lower power consumption and better performance while increasing reliability since each cell features its own individual voltage regulator (known as a charge trap flash architecture). 860 Evo is also built with Dynamic Thermal Guard technology, which protects against overheating.
Many varients available in 860 evo such as 256gb and 500gb.
The Samsung 860 EVO SSD series is a popular choice because it offers similar or near the performance of its higher-end counterparts, at a more affordable price. The MJX controller featured in this drive has been paired with 3bit MLC (a synthetic mixture) 64 layer VNAND flash memory from Samsung; as such you can expect better read/write speeds than those offered by other drives on the market today which rely solely upon their TLC NAND backing plates – speedups up to 2 times faster!).
- Secure encryption: Protect data by selecting security options, including Aes 256-bit hardware-based encryption compliant with Tcg Opal and Ieee 1667
- Warranty and compatibility: 5-year limited warranty; Windows 8/Windows 7/Windows Server 2003 (32 bit and 64 bit), Vista (SP1 and above), XP (SP2 and above), MAC OSX and Linux
- Included contents: 2.5 inches (7 millimeter) SATA 3 (6 GB/S) SSD & user manual (All other cables, screws, brackets not included); Reliability (MTBF): 1.5 Million Hours Reliability (MTBF)
- This product doesn’t utilize SD cards and SD cards don’t typically interact with hard drives.
QVO SSD is equipped with 4-bit MLC NAND and is powered by a quad-core Phison PS5007-11 DRAMless controller. It uses advanced SLC caching with a SATA connection to achieve faster speeds with lower latency over conventional TLC drives.
QVO can be used as a boot drive or for data transfer thanks to its low 1.5W power consumption while idle (slightly higher while active).
Samsung 860 Evo vs qvo SSD – The Samsung 860 Evo offers more storage capacity options including 250GB, 500GB, 1TB, 2TB, and a 4TB model. QVO only offers 1TB of storage capacity to consumers.
Samsung 860 Evo is powered by Samsung’s own 3-core MGX controller which is designed for high performance as well as endurance over the drive’s lifespan. It also features dynamic thermal guard technology, which allows it to protect itself from overheating during long-term usage.
DATA Migration Sofrware
I also like the Samsung Data Migration software because you can migrate or clone a drive to a new SSD seamlessly without any problem (at least in my experience). I think it’s better and more polished compared to Acronis True Image Software or other third party cloning tool that one might get with their drives from elsewhere. The Magician Software was very helpful when needed; not really required but it has some nice features including enabling RAPID Mode for faster transfer rates on your storage device, giving information about its status as well as firmware updates if available!
Dynamic Thermal Throttling
The 860 Evo utilizes Dynamic Thermal Throttling which can throttle speeds up or down depending on its operating temperature range to keep it within optimal conditions. This ensures the life of the SSD is not affected despite heat stress.
QVO SSD is equipped with a quad-core Phison PS5007 DRAMless controller and uses NANDEdge low-density parity-check error-correcting code (LDPC ECC) technology. This helps to improve the life of the SSD by detecting and correcting data errors as they occur. LDPC ECC can correct multiple bit errors and detect burst errors.
Samsung 860 Evo vs qvo Speed
Samsung 860 Evo vs qvo SSD – The Samsung 860 Evo is capable of 3,300MB/s read speeds and 2,100MB/s write speeds while QVO only offers up to 560MB/s read speeds and 440MB/s write speeds.
- BOOST CAPACITY: The 870 QVO is available in 1, 2, 4 and 8TB
- RELIABLE AND SUSTAINABLE: The capacity of the 8TB 870 QVO increases reliability up to 2,880 TBW using a refined ECC algorithm for stable performance
- UPGRADE WITH EASE: Upgrading to 870 QVO is now easier than ever for anyone with a desktop PC or laptop that supports a standard 2.5 inch SATA form factor
- SAMSUNG MAGICIAN SOFTWARE: Manage your drive and enhance its performance with tools that keep up with the latest updates and monitor the drive’s health and status
- WORLD’S #1 FLASH MEMORY BRAND: All firmware and components, including Samsung’s world renowned DRAM and NAND, are produced in house, allowing end to end integration for quality you can trust
Both can lower power consumption, even while active. QVO is able to accomplish this with the PS5007-11 DRAMless controller which allows it to use up to 40% less power than traditional SATA SSDs. The Samsung 860 Evo offers Intelligent TurboWrite technology for faster speeds without sacrificing storage capacity, as well as Dynamic Thermal Guard protection against overheating during long-term usage.
The Samsung 860 Evo features a 5 year warranty period while the QVO offers a 3 year warranty.
The Samsung 860 Evo is a great option for anyone looking for a reliable and long-lasting SSD. It offers high performance with endurance, has a 5-year warranty, and comes in a wide range of storage capacity options to meet your needs.
The QVO SSD is perfect when you need an energy-efficient solution, but does not offer the same features as the Samsung 860 Evo such as Dynamic Thermal Guard protection against overheating or Intelligent TurboWrite technology which boosts speeds without lowering write performance.
If these features aren’t necessary for your needs then QVO may be the better option because it’s considerably less expensive than the 860 Evo, however, it would make more sense if the price was no object to purchase the 860 EVO since it offers superior performance and a longer warranty period.
For those who need a high endurance and long-lasting SSD, the Samsung 860 PRO is an ideal choice. Perhaps you require constant write-intensive applications or scenarios; whereas if it’s just about speed vs longevity with reliability in mind then maybe go for EVO instead? Finally, budget-conscious folks can get what they want without breaking their bank account by upgrading old mechanical hard drives to the newest technology too!
If you want to read more details about WD and 860 Evo SSD speed then feel free to check my previous post you will find a fair comparison between WD and 860 Evo.