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I've got both models in 1TB size. They were released at such different times that I'm unable to find any direct comparison articles.

If I've skipped an obvious thread that covers this I apologize, my forum search didn't find one. redface.gif

Can anyone point me to data that would assist me in deciding which would be a better fit for an X99 build?

Thanks in advance for any assistance. thumb.gif
    
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I'm thinking 850 EVO.
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Easy for me I'd go with the crucial as it uses MLC NAND. (TLC in the EVO)

I don't care for x amount faster in benchmarks out of the box.
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Originally Posted by Casey Ryback View Post

Easy for me I'd go with the crucial as it uses MLC NAND. (TLC in the EVO)

I don't care for x amount faster in benchmarks out of the box.

850 EVO uses MLC

The 840 EVO was the one that used TLC

Actually I'm pretty confused now...some sites are saying TLC while some are saying MLC. Samsung's website doesn't even state if its using MLC or TLC
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Originally Posted by RocketAbyss View Post

850 EVO uses MLC

The 840 EVO was the one that used TLC

The 850 EVO uses TLC V-NAND. I've never seen MLC NAND and the 850 EVO used in the same sentence.

'They have thrown in a new controller for the 120GB-500GB models as well as their newest 32-layer TLC 3D V-NAND.'

http://www.thessdreview.com/our-reviews/samsung-850-evo-ssd-review-120500gb-showing-off-3d-tlc-v-nand/

It uses a newer controller over the 840 EVO that is all.
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Originally Posted by Casey Ryback View Post

The 850 EVO uses TLC V-NAND. I've never seen MLC NAND and the 850 EVO used in the same sentence.

'They have thrown in a new controller for the 120GB-500GB models as well as their newest 32-layer TLC 3D V-NAND.'

http://www.thessdreview.com/our-reviews/samsung-850-evo-ssd-review-120500gb-showing-off-3d-tlc-v-nand/

It uses a newer controller over the 840 EVO that is all.

I edited my top comment...but heres a source from guru3d: http://www.guru3d.com/articles-pages/samsung-850-evo-ssd-review,2.html
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Samsung is to offer four versions of the 850 EVO which includes a 120 GB, 250 GB, 500 GB and a 1 TB model. So the sample that has arrived in our secret test facility is the 500 GB version of the drive. The 850 EVO series will come with MLC NAND flash memory from Samsung's latest 3D V-NAND node.

But then theres Anandtech saying its TLC in its table: http://www.anandtech.com/show/8747/samsung-ssd-850-evo-review

So...I dunno who to believe lol
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So...I dunno who to believe lol
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I edited my top comment...but heres a source from guru3d: http://www.guru3d.com/articles-pages/samsung-850-evo-ssd-review,2.html
But then theres Anandtech saying its TLC in its table: http://www.anandtech.com/show/8747/samsung-ssd-850-evo-review

So...I dunno who to believe lol

That's interesting I've always seen it listed as TLC.

'To compensate for the slow write speeds typically associated with 3-bit (TLC) NAND, the 850 EVO uses Samsung's TurboWrite write acceleration technology,'

http://www.cdrlabs.com/Reviews/samsung-ssd-850-evo-1tb-solid-state-drive.html

'Paired with their latest 32-layer TLC 3D V-NAND,'

http://www.thessdreview.com/daily-news/latest-buzz/ssd-of-the-week-1tb-samsung-850-evo-just-0-33gb/

These links above are from the last month or so, I'd assume that guru3D got it wrong, it was a very early article possibly before they'd hit the shelves.
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I edited my top comment...but heres a source from guru3d: http://www.guru3d.com/articles-pages/samsung-850-evo-ssd-review,2.html

I'm seeing the problem now this link is from august 2014, the actual release and reviews for the drives didn't happen until december 2014.

Just a small error on specs on guru3D's part.
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That's interesting I've always seen it listed as TLC.

'To compensate for the slow write speeds typically associated with 3-bit (TLC) NAND, the 850 EVO uses Samsung's TurboWrite write acceleration technology,'

http://www.cdrlabs.com/Reviews/samsung-ssd-850-evo-1tb-solid-state-drive.html

'Paired with their latest 32-layer TLC 3D V-NAND,'

http://www.thessdreview.com/daily-news/latest-buzz/ssd-of-the-week-1tb-samsung-850-evo-just-0-33gb/

These links above are from the last month or so, I'd assume that guru3D got it wrong, it was a very early article possibly before they'd hit the shelves.

Mmm...probably.

Anyway OP, get the M550 to avoid any issues with TLC (as per the 840 EVO fiasco). Or if you have the spare cash, get the 850 pro tongue.gif
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