Western Digital Vs Samsung SSD

Are you looking to upgrade your computer’s hard drive with an SSD?

Samsung is synonymous with mobile devices and consumer electronics because it makes some really high-quality products. Their SSDs are no different, and in this article, I’m going to be testing their 840 EVO SSDs against Western Digital’s 1TB Blue HDD.

The following is an unbiased comparison of these two devices which will provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision before purchasing either one for yourself or someone else.

Western Digital vs Samsung SSD

The 840 EVO is part of Samsung’s latest line of high-performing, low-cost SSDs. It offers great value and storage space to those who want something better than a traditional HDD but don’t quite feel like spending as much as they would for an enthusiast-level, top-tier drive.

The 1TB I tested today has a sustained read speed of 540 MB/s and a sustained write speed of 520 MB/s. The price tag on this one is around $350US.

The 1TB Blue HDD I tested today has surprising performance for such an inexpensive hard drive. It’s available for around $90US and offers sustained read speeds of 100MB/s, and sustained write speeds of 180MB/s.

It’s a high-capacity traditional HDD that is very popular with gamers who have an immense library of games taking up large amounts of space on their system but don’t want to spend too much money on something that might be unnecessary for their purposes.

Western Digital vs Samsung SSD

These drives do come in smaller sizes, the EVO 840 comes in 120GB, 250GB, 500GB, and 1TB. The Blue HDD also comes in a variety of storage sizes including 320 GB and 750 GB.

As far as performance goes wd blue SSDs have sequential read/write speeds up to 545/525 Mbps. Random reads up to 1000000 IOPS – random writes up to 128000 IOPS.

Reads are faster than any HDD whereas writes are slower because of the limitations of flash memory. wd blue-00f8bb0 is as fast as most competing SSD’s on the market.

For testing purposes, I checked out both of these drives in single-drive scenarios without RAID configurations. I also didn’t use any advanced features that are only available to higher-end SSDs.

I tested these drives with CDriveTuning 3.0 benchmarking software which is widely recognized as one of the best real-world tests for hard drives and SSDs on the market today.

It’s no surprise that the 840 EVO outperforms its older brother in almost every way, but the difference between them is more significant than I expected it to be.

The 1TB Blue HDD’s read speeds averaged about 145 MB/s, while write speeds hovered around 60MB/s on average (very low). This same drive offers maximum read speeds of 180MB/s and write speeds of up to 100MB/s.

Western digital wd blue features wd wdidle3 mechanical engine that complies with sd specification version 2.0 which designs idle3 power state to reduce device power consumption, which ultimately reduces energy costs and prolongs battery life. WD blue SSD also supports wdidle3 enable/disable functionality.

Western Digital wd blue ssd is a solid-state drive with a storage capacity of 250 GB, 500 GB, and 1 TB. WD blue supports SATA III 6 Gb/s interface which uses the advanced format 4k sector size.

WD SSD-sata III component also features the breakthrough wd triple™ technology platform that delivers enhanced speed, performance, and reliability for computing devices.

The performance of wd blue SSDs is very good compared to its rivals featuring sequential read speeds of 545 Mbps.

Western Digital SSD

The 840 EVO’s read speeds averaged 540 MB/s, while write speeds hovered around 220-230MB/s on average (very high). The maximum read speeds on this drive are 520MB/s and the maximum write 400mb/s.

So what does all of this mean?

Well, if you’re considering purchasing an SSD then you should only consider one that offers significantly faster read and write speeds than what is available with traditional HDDs. With that said, I recommend skipping over the 1TB Blue HDD completely because it offers performance for its size and price point.

Instead, I would recommend checking out the 120GB 840 EVO. It’s the smallest size available on the market right now, which makes it an excellent choice for anyone wishing to upgrade their PC or Laptop with a single SSD that isn’t too big and doesn’t cost too much money.

Again, if you’re looking to purchase an SSD then consider whether or not its read/write speeds are significantly faster than its traditional HDD counterpart.

The Samsung 840 EVO is more expensive than some other options out there but I’m confident in saying that it’s one of the best hard drives on the market today is based on the performance.

Samsung ssd is a  good choice they offer a large range of products from 400-gigabyte 2.5-inch SATA  2 solid-state drives to 4 terabytes 3.5 inch SATA iii 6gb/s SSD’s

By the time you read this, Samsung will have released its latest line of SSDs. It’ll include 960GB and 480GB models in both m.2 and 2.5″ SATA form factors, which are enough for up to four times faster writes than traditional hard drives can handle.

Why should you care about performance?

Samsung SSD offers high performance at low prices so it is worthwhile buying them rather than other brands because price and performance are important factors when buying SSD.

Samsung’s brand new SSD is the absolute fastest consumer drive you can get your hands on. It also costs less than a similarly-sized hard drive, and it’s quite likely you’ll be able to afford multiple ones come time for your next upgrade.

Why should you care about costs?

You should care about this because this Samsung SSD will lower the price of other Samsung products if people like them they will buy more in order to get that low price. You save money when buying Samsung SSD so this is good news