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I got recently an 850 pro 512gb, im very happy with it so far.
was just wondering wether anyone uses the RAPID mode from Samsung magician ?

I do. Haven't seen any downsides yet. Nor upsides but thats because I just enabled it and didn't compare without it. Atleast everything feels little snappier than on my older 830 drive.
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Seems to be a few people upgrading, maybe it's about time for me to upgrade from the old faithful 830? tongue.gif I'm sure I've had it since late 2011
     
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As long as an existing SSD is working fine, there really isn't much point in upgrading; the amount of gain perceivable performance isn't enough to justify the expense. However, upgrading to gain capacity is a another story.
   
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What is the difference between a Samsung SSD 840 Pro and a Samsung SSD 850 Pro.I have a 840 Pro should I upgrade. Also is the 850 pro the best on the market for ssd drives or is there something better.
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I own a 850 Pro 256GB and want to be in this club.


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As long as an existing SSD is working fine, there really isn't much point in upgrading; the amount of gain perceivable performance isn't enough to justify the expense. However, upgrading to gain capacity is a another story.

Yeah, I feel the same way. My "old" 830 is doing awesome, but I'm running out of space. I was thinking about replacing it with an 850, but now I'm thinking I'll just get one as a secondary drive for games instead.
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I do. Haven't seen any downsides yet. Nor upsides but thats because I just enabled it and didn't compare without it. Atleast everything feels little snappier than on my older 830 drive.

Im utterly fascinated by the boot up speed im having after i upgraded from HDD .. my pc boot like in 17 secs to desktop, thats why Im in no hurry for Rapid or any turbo boosters. But it seems all is fine and turning it ON wont do any harm.. Thanks for the reply !
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