Experience unprecedented performance for heavy workloads and engineering applications with the high-capacity, highly reliable Samsung 960 PRO SSD. Designed for high-end PCs and workstations, the 960 PRO boasts a cutting-edge 48-layer Samsung V-NAND-based architecture that delivers next-generation performance in a compact M.2 form factor.
he NVMe™ interface of the 960 PRO supports PCIe® Gen 3 x4 lanes for an enhanced bandwidth and lower latency than SATA SSDs. You can experience massive sequential R/W (read/write) speeds up to 3,500/2,100 MB/s and random R/W speeds up to 440/360K IOPS, respectively*. This superb performance is enabled by an optimised package design. *Sequential performance measurements based on CrystalDiskMark 5.0.2/IOmeter 1.1.0 and random performance measurements based on IOmeter 1.1.0.Performance may vary based on the SSD`s firmware version,system hardware and configuration.Test system configuration: Intel® Core i7-6700K CPU@4.0 GHz,DDR4 1,700 MHz 16 GB,OS-Window 10 Pro x64,Chipset-ASROCK Z170 EXTREME 7
Samsung provides advanced end-to-end integration, fine-tuning each component for optimal results. Individual chips are optimised to pack more in a package to maximise capacity. The 960 PRO enables you to store up to 2 TB, which is unprecedented for NVMe SSDs. *1 GB=1,000,000,000 bytes by IDEMA. A certain portion of capacity may be used for system file and maintenance use, so the actual capacity may differ from what is indicated on the product label.
The 960 PRO boasts 1.2 PBW* for the 2 TB model. For further reliability, DTG (Dynamic Thermal Guard) monitors and adjusts the temperature of the SSD, protecting data and achieving optimal responsiveness. Plus, the 960 PRO is backed by a 5-year limited warranty**.
With the newly upgraded Magician advanced software solution, you can manage, monitor and maintain your 960 PRO like an IT professional. Magician provides personalised firmware checking and additional functions tailored for individual user's drives. It even updates the firmware automatically to make sure that the drive's performance stays up to date.