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Samsung's SSD 840 PRO Series is a high-performance SSD, capable of delivering up to 100,000 IOPS Random Read Speed and 540MB/s Sequential Read Speed-an SSD of unrivaled high performance. Built with an advanced MDX controller, Samsung's SSD delivers high speeds regardless of data type, unlike competing controllers that greatly favor compressible data.
Interface Type: SATA
Form Factor Width: 2.5"
Drive Type: Solid State Drive
Product Title: Samsung Series 840 Pro MZ-7D128 128 GB 2.5"Â Solid State Drive
Power Score: 4.6 | 15 Reviews
Capacity: 128 GB
Interface Connection: Serial ATA - 7 pin
Maximum Read Transfer Rate: 530 MBps
Maximum Write Transfer Rate: 390 MBps
Weight: 2.40 oz
Warranty Information: 5 year(s)
URL: Manufacturer Link
Sustained Transfer Rate: 390 Mbps
Product Reviews (11)
Best SSD drive out there!
I have Win 8 installed on this SSD and my PC is blazing fast. It boots in 10 secs!. Worth buying.
By Encarne on Adorama - Oct 24, 2013
Excellent performance, but might have a fatal flaw
The drive works great, and makes my computer very fast, but when it is connected to my system it causes a system stutter every few minutes. Maybe I got a bad one... It doesn't happen with the drive disconnected. I have a z77x-UD3H motherboard, so if you have that too maybe you want to steer clear.
By SSDExpert on Adorama - Oct 18, 2013
THE BEST SSD
Simply too fast, the best investment I have made on the computer. Easy installation and backup, excellent performance, my operating system boots up in less than 5 seconds. Amazing, fantastic.
By Anonymous on Adorama - Oct 7, 2013
Working Great so far!
Using the product in a new Haswell build as my OS and game drive. Works great, very fast and no issues so far. The write and read speeds seem great. Not a super experienced user but it has really shown me the immense value of an SSD.
By AkGand on Adorama - Jul 10, 2013
Samsung 840 PRO Series 128GB
I loaded my OS on it, and I have not ever had a computer run faster! The only down side was it was a little bit of a trick to get the 2.5" drive mounted in my 4" bay. A couple brackets and a little ingenuity made it work, though.
By Mighty99 on Adorama - Jun 4, 2013