Custom Gaming PC Component Review: Samsung 970 Evo Plus

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What Custom PC Component Is Often Overlooked?  Storage!

When thinking of data storage for a custom built PC or an older desktop computer, there are a few simple questions that will need to be answered. What brand will provide the most efficient storage speed needed for a custom built PC? If I go with that brand, will it offer a device with enough storage space for what I do on my custom computer or home computer? Should I go with a Hard Disk Drive (HDD) or a Solid-State Drive (SSD)? This is where the Samsung 970 EVO Plus comes in when browsing a PC building website.

This newest edition to the Samsung family is a NVMe SSD. It was built to elevate the desktop PC experience through a few upgrades. The 970 Evo Plus is an M.2 SSD that can provide up to 3.5 GB/s of sequential read throughput. This means that it can read and store up to 3.5 gigabytes of data per second.This makes it easier for custom gaming computers or a custom desktop built for home and office to launch programs and essentially run at a faster smoother pace. Not only is this SSD capable of amazing speeds, the device also has a five-year warranty and is rated at 1,200 TBW of endurance. Another upside to this device is that it costs just as much as the previous generation of the Samsung 970 EVO. When utilizing Samsung’s 970 Evo Plus as the storage drive on a custom gaming PC, the SSD would virtually eliminate loading screens while allowing the PC builder more play time to enjoy.

Whether someone is starting to build a gaming PC or is looking to update their current desktop computer, one should consider the Samsung 970 Evo Plus. For a more in depth review you can use the link provided below to see what Tom’s Hardware has to say.

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