Anonymous, 12 Jul 2016My PC cost me about 5,5k total. And? :)Nothing :| I was just saying how huge that amount of money is. jesus christ why are you people all like this?
Dh33r4j, 12 Jul 2016You're comparing MSRP to discounted retail price. Who knows, a few months down the line it may... moreYes. Thats is my whole point - 250,500,1tb and 2tb are already discounted and therefore buying newly introduced 4tb doesn't make sense, because smaller capacity drives gives you more gb for the same cost, and possible are faster if used in RAID.
Obviously, 4tb will get discounted with time, but I think it is wrong to compare them by release day prices, because old SSD no longer sells for that price.
Anonymous, 13 Jul 2016Mine was 7k lolYeah, I only went with one SVS-subwoofer instead of two and haven't gotten a faster GPU than 980 yet. :)
Anonymous, 12 Jul 2016My PC cost me about 5,5k total. And? :)Mine was 7k lol
Amanneedsagirl, 12 Jul 2016No removable battery no buy!! /sYou really need a recharge/reboot then Google ssd. Don't be a pumpkin pls.
Gibbs-kamhagh, 12 Jul 2016My whole pc is 600$~ It has a 120gb intel ssd :D (3570k,r7 250x)My PC cost me about 5,5k total. And? :)
Linas, 12 Jul 2016Considering that existing Samsung 850 line-up is already being discounted this is too expensiv... moreYou're comparing MSRP to discounted retail price. Who knows, a few months down the line it may be 800 or 900.
I'm guessing these would be for filming folks who work with immense amount of 4K+ raw footages...
Amanneedsagirl, 12 Jul 2016No removable battery no buy!! /sSSD have battery?
My whole pc is 600$~ It has a 120gb intel ssd :D (3570k,r7 250x)
Considering that existing Samsung 850 line-up is already being discounted this is too expensive. You can get 250 GB for ~80$ and 500GB for ~120$, which makes respectively 4.7TB and 6.25TB for 1499$, similarly 1TB and 2TB currently selling for ~250$ and ~550$ respectatively, giving ~6TB for same price. That is not all - you can put 2x2tb or 4x1tb in the raid 0 and get 2-4 times more read/write performance. To make this one viable purchase they should price it ~ $800-900, not $1499
coconut gelatine, 12 Jul 2016the price is way too high....SSD are really expensive.512 GB 850 EVO's are actually quite affordable at the moment. That's plenty for OS + applications and even a few games.
five years is not enough for the price one has to pay for these. why cant they build more reliable systems that last the worth of thier price for a change( meaning all manufacturers should rather focus on quality and lengthening the life span of these devices we buy than focusing on impresing buyers with specs and marketing jargon for a change. 6gb ram, 4TB, dual cameras, octacore SoC etc, these are the feeble specs we usually read about but will those things make the device serve long and reliably?)
They're pretty good for use as a HD replacement on laptops and desktops, but not so much for external backup, HDD still better.
Unlike at Galaxy lineup, the Samsung EVO SSDs have a very transparent and simple naming scheme and they are not flooding the market