Samsung 870 QVO 1TB SATA III Internal Solid State Drive (MZ-77Q1T0B/AM)
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- Compatible with both PC and Mac
- 1TB of storage capacity provides ample room for storing all important media, documents, projects, and more
- Up to 560MB/s data transfer speed allows you to retrieve the desired files at lightning speeds
- SATA III interface permits increased airflow and more cooling, which results in quick and efficient performance
- 2.5" form factor is effective for desktops, laptops, servers, and storage systems, and operates using less power
- Samsung Magician software keeps track of your SSD with numerous tools to keep it updated, check driver health and status, and ramp up its performance
- ECC algorithm and 2,880 TBW offers incredibly stable, reliable performance
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Of the 13 reviewers who responded, 12 would recommend this product.
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Ease of Use: Excellent
- If I could give 0 stars I would!- October 5, 2020
Since just before my warranty was to expire on my laptop in February my laptop decided to give the "blue screen of death" and it started to turn off without being prompted. I took the laptop in under the warranty and they were great then. They had to replace the mother board, battery and screen I believe. The warranty was extended for 30 or 90 days, I don't recall. When I went to pick it up the agent was ready to send me away with my laptop but I insisted I see it on first. The laptop was so slow it was ridiculous and the agent agreed it shouldn't be that slow but maybe take it home a week and see if it goes faster. While at home the laptop was still giving me errors and shutting down and slow so I took it back. There was a back and forth with this lap top from Feb to the end of Sept. My warranty expired over the course of Covid and every time I was in and out of their store I would have to pay for a ride there as I don't drive. I would guess I was back and forth between 6-9 times at least. The second to last time there, I turned the laptop on because the agent asked me to show him what I was talking about. The laptop took it's sweet time opening and I told him that this was part of the issue. I simply went to show him how copying a file to one folder on a desktop to another would at times shut down my laptop... keep in mind I was there to pick it up because they "fixed" it... while doing so my laptop timed out and gave an error. He spoke to his manager who agreed it would likely be a hard drive issue and because this was an ongoing issue they would replace it under the warranty. A few days later I received a call from Best Buy that my laptop was ready and that there were no issues found during diagnostics. I went in and told them the hard drive had to be replaced, I would pay for it. Because of the issues with me being able to attend the store due to not having a vehicle, they said they would ship me the laptop after it had been fixed. I received my laptop on Friday and when I turned it on the entire screen is a static. You can't read anything on the screen and I've since taken my laptop else where to be looked at. I will not be going back to Best Buy, oh, and if you need to call the Geek Squad you can't ever get through on a telephone line or to the store. You have to be able to chat online through a computer... ironic isn't it.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.Helpful (1)Not helpful (22)Report
- Not my first Samsung SSD- October 22, 2020
To date, I haven't opened the package from Best Buy. I suppose I should ... to make sure it isn't damaged,etc. The fact is I have two desk tops on the go ... and each has Samsung SSD main drives. In addition, I have two or three other drives. I got them back in the day when I had issues with my older computer failing because of a virus or something. So when I decided to do an entirely new install of Windows with programs, drivers and peripherals, I cloned all of that to another SAMSUNG SSD. Now, if (when) that computer goes down because of drive issues ... I simply copy those pictures,music,etc. off to a Passport external ...and plug in a clone ... and I'm back in business in about ten minutes total time. I got this new drive because the largest SSD I had for the newest computer was 500 GB ... and the drive to be cloned is 1 TB. Before I ever bought my first SSD, about 3 years ago, I researched and determined SAMSUNG was the best and most reliable for the money. So far, I haven't been disappointed. I expect this newest drive to perform as well ... and if it doesn't ... it's under warranty. I have recommended these drives to a few friends. In fact, I installed one into the desk top of a friend whose old hard drive was acting crazy and wouldn't read . To my mind, they're the best.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.Helpful (0)Not helpful (4)Report
- Storage Drive is great here- November 20, 2020
Love the storage of 1 TB no other storage should be connected unless it is at least 1 TBYes, I would recommend this to a friend.Helpful (0)Not helpful (0)