Surprisingly, Samsung announced its new lineup of Samsung 750 EVO SSDs, which will be available in capacities of 120 and 250 GB using a TLC NAND Flash manufactured on 16nm. This new lineup arrives to offer an even cheaper product when you compare it with the Samsung 850 EVO and all while maintaining the quality, aggressive pricing and being the real successor to the EVO 840 series consisting of 19nm TLC.

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Both units come in a format of 2.5 ” SATA III 6.0 Gbps interface promising sequential read and write speed of 540 MB / s and 520 MB / s. The 4kB random write latency is a little bit worse, writing random 4K reaches 97,000 / 88,000 IOPS. The 120GB version offers an estimated life of 35 TB writing and about the 70 TB for the 250 GB model. Feature AES-256 encryption, TCG Opal 2.0 and IEEE-1667 together with the support TRIM and use of the MGX controller it borrows from the lower capacity 850 EVOs is a dual-core version of Samsung’s usual triple-core architecture..

We should find for sale of Samsung 750 EVO SSD in the coming days at prices around f $54.99 for the 120 GB model and about $74.99 for 250 GB.

Samsung TLC SATA SSD Comparison
Drive750 EVO 120GB750 EVO 250GB850 EVO 120GB850 EVO 250GB
ControllerMGXMGX
NANDSamsung 16nm TLCSamsung 32-layer 128Gbit TLC V-NAND
DRAM256MB256MB256MB512MB
Sequential Read540MB/s540MB/s540MB/s540MB/s
Sequential Write520MB/s520MB/s520MB/s520MB/s
4KB Random Read94K IOPS97K IOPS94K IOPS97K IOPS
4KB Random Write88K IOPS88K IOPS88K IOPS88K IOPS
4KB Random Read QD110K IOPS10K IOPS10K IOPS10K IOPS
4KB Random Write QD135K IOPS35K IOPS40K IOPS40K IOPS
DevSleep Power6mW2mW
Slumber Power50mW50mW
Active Power (Read/Write)2.1W / 2.4W (Average)2.4W / 2.8W (Average)Max 3.7W / 4.4W
EncryptionAES-256, TCG Opal 2.0, IEEE-1667 (eDrive)AES-256, TCG Opal 2.0, IEEE-1667 (eDrive)
Endurance35TB70TB75TB
WarrantyThree yearsFive years

Source: Samsung

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