Samsung 870 QVO 1 TB SATA 2.5 Inch Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) (MZ-77Q1T0)

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Samsung 870 QVO 1 TB SATA 2.5 Inch Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) (MZ-77Q1T0)
Samsung 870 QVO 1 TB SATA 2.5 Inch Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) (MZ-77Q1T0)



  • Sequential Read/Write speeds up to 560/530 MB/s respectively; performance varies based on system hardware configuration
  • Interface: SATA 6 Gb/s, compatible with SATA 3 Gb/s and SATA 1.5 Gb/s interfaces
  • Form Factor: 2.5 Inch
  • Available Capacity: Up to 8 TB
  • Designed for mainstream PCs and laptops for personal, gaming, and business use

Additional information

Specification: Samsung 870 QVO 1 TB SATA 2.5 Inch Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) (MZ-77Q1T0)



Product Dimensions

‎10 x 6.99 x 0.68 cm, 46 Grams

Item model number




‎870 QVO

Form Factor

‎2.5 inches

RAM Size

‎1 TB

Hard Drive Size

‎8.0, 1.0 TB

Hard Disk Description

‎Solid State Hard Drive

Hard Drive Interface

‎Solid State


‎4 watts

Are Batteries Included


Item Weight

‎46 g

Reviews (8)

8 reviews for Samsung 870 QVO 1 TB SATA 2.5 Inch Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) (MZ-77Q1T0)

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  1. DAVE G.

    My laptop (3 years old Pentium 2 core, 4GB RAM, 1 TB HDD Acer aspire es1-571-p1vn) was disappointingly slow from day one. As it got older and more programs and updates installed it got painfully slow.
    Although I use an android tablet for most things nowadays, I still need a windows platform PC laptop for some things like editing my website.
    After reading reviews about the difference increasing memory and changing HDD storage to SSD can make i decided to do the same.
    So glad I did, the difference is like night and day.
    I first just upgraded the RAM from 4GB to 16GB which although improved the speed and range of usable programs it still had painfully slow start-up times and usability.
    The RAM installation was a bit of a pain having to strip down the laptop and remove the motherboard to insert the memory boards to the underside.
    The SSD drive installation however was quite easy.
    After cloning the HDD drive to the new SSD all that was needed was to remove all the screws on the base of the…

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  2. Ian Akers

    The original 3.5″ HDD was very slow and too small for the amount of stuff I accumulated. I replaced it with a 2.5″ Barracuda, but this was not much faster. It got to the point of boot time to use time was about 5 minutes on an Intel i5 with 8GB RAM. It was truly AWFUL.
    Then I bought the Samsung SSD. After cloning the Barracuda onto it so I didn’t have to reinstall anything or set it up again, I swapped the drive and now it boots in about 8 seconds

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  3. Paul Askins

    Editing review. After less than 2 days in operation, the 4TB SSD failed. Started causing blue screens and it’s not even recognised in the laptop bios now. Sent back for a refund. So I guess It’s 50/50 on this drive now 🙁

    I have the 2TB and 4TB versions of this SSD, and have not had any problems with them at all. 2TB is in my desktop as the main boot drive, and been working away for several months. Very fast write and read speeds, and it boots fast.
    I put the 4TB into my Laptop to replace a 1TB storage hard disk, as there’s already an M.2 SSD to boot from. Everything copied over to the SSD with ease, and it’s now up and running. No lag waiting for the drive to spin up anymore, no noise and less heat generated. Breathing new life into a 3 year old laptop just nicely.

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  4. Thierry

    I replaced my stock HDD in my PS4 Pro with this and load times have been reduced drastically, and performance seems to be a little bit smoother.

    For example, with Days Gone, load times from pressing ‘continue’ to in game went from 1:23 to 45 seconds. Sonys recent updates have improved that even further tp 25 seconds.

    Very impressive and means my PS4 has a bit more life yet before moving to next-gen, at which point this will hopefully be repurposed elsewhere.

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  5. Quilty

    Relatively cheap ssd storage but boy does it slow down on writes once the cache has been ‘filled’. Would not recommend buying one of these unless workload was predominantly read based and it was a very good price. Samsung have much better drives (at a price) and Western Digital offer consistently better write performance and usually a better price.

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  6. G

    Fair disclaimer – this is a review of an alternative replacement unit, not this particular one. But, ultimately the same drive. The QVO range isn’t going to set the world alight – Quality and Value Optimised, so what is it optimised for? Well, if like me you have, or are going to be getting one of the new generation consoles, you’re probably going to want to use an external drive to store your legacy games on. For this, read speed is what matters, and this is what this drive is optimised for. If you are going to be using this drive for lots of write activity, you may want to consider looking at the PRO EVO range.

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  7. MR John Palmer

    Beware, this drive uses the QLC type flash which is much slower than normal MLC or SLC flash. It also wears out faster. The drive is as slow as a normal spinning rust hdd on sustained writes but on random access reads and writes it is an order of magnitude faster due to an internal cache of faster flash so make sure you know what you are getting here.

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  8. D. N. Frew

    A few years ago, I foolishly believed 100Gb would be enough for my Windows 10 laptop. It wasn’t so I have upgraded to this 1,000Gb drive and I’m very happy with it.
    I should point out that this drive came with connectors or software to allow me to port from my existing drive. You can download the Samsung (free) migration software (assuming you have enough free disk space), but you’ll need a caddy or at least some connecting cables to migrate. I had kept the caddy & cables from my earlier upgrade from hard drive to SSD. With this it is easy to migrate, but did take hours (left overnight) to copy the 100Gb drive.

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