With the Samsung SSD 870 QVO, the Koreans are launching their second generation of the so-called QLC SSD. The product family with its own QLC NAND flash was founded in 2018, when Samsung was already able to convince a large number of customers with the 860 QVO series. So it is not surprising that the successful series was relaunched. Whether the comparatively inexpensive SSD can also offer a correspondingly good performance, we would like to check in our review.
What does QVO stand for?
With QVO, Samsung has coined an abbreviation for “Quality and Value Optimized”. Here it becomes clear what Samsung is aiming at with its product range. The QVO products should offer high quality at a great price-performance ratio. The Koreans make the low price possible with a custom-made QLC memory. Thanks to its high memory density, this ensures that the cost per bit is lower in the long term. This ensures that storage media such as SSDs and memory cards become less expensive. A disadvantage of QLC technology, however, is its speed and durability. In contrast to the premium series EVO and PRO, the SSDs of the 870 QVO series are not only slower but also less durable.
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||100 mm x 69.85 mm x 6.8 mm|
|Performance||up to 560 MB/s sequential read speed|
|Interfaces||SATA 6 Gb/s interface, compatible with SATA 3 Gb/s & SATA 1.5 Gb/s interface|
|Warranty||3 years manufacturer warranty (max. 2880 TBW)|
|Price||1 TB: € 109.90, 2 TB: € 195.22, 4 TB: € 384.16, 8 TB: € 779.73|
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