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  • Max Sequential Read Up to 540 MBps
  • Max Sequential Write Up to 520 MBps
  • 4KB Random Read Up to 10,000 IOPS (QD1) Up to 98,000 IOPS (QD32)
  • 4KB Random Write Up to 40,000 IOPS (QD1) Up to 88,000 IOPS (QD32)
  • MTBF 1,500,000 hours

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Luckily it doesn't have a battery to explode

2cheap2eat said:   Luckily it doesn't have a battery to explode
  They wont tell you until they ship a few million so maybe it does!

I got curious about the difference between the 750 and 850 evo drives. With the usual provisos that any ssd is better than a rotating hard drive yada yada yada

1. 850 is much faster: user benchmarks 
2. 850 has a 5 year warranty vs. 3 year for the 750: 850 info    750 info 
3. 850 price bounces around $160. For example as of 10/4/16 Adorama has it for $163 free ship, no tax in CA adorama 

Great deal, thanks for the heads up! I've been in need of a hard drive to reformat my old computer.

perfect time

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