Samsung SSD 870 EVO, 1 TB, Form Factor 2.5”, Intelligent Turbo Write, Magician 6 Software, Black (Internal SSD)

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Samsung SSD 870 EVO, 1 TB, Form Factor 2.5”, Intelligent Turbo Write, Magician 6 Software, Black (Internal SSD)
Samsung SSD 870 EVO, 1 TB, Form Factor 2.5”, Intelligent Turbo Write, Magician 6 Software, Black (Internal SSD)



  • Interface: achieves the maximum SATA limit of 560/530 MB/s sequential speeds
  • Intelligent Turbo Write: accelerates write speed and maintains long-term high performance
  • Samsung Magician 6 Software: manage your drive with a range of useful tools to help you keep up with the latest updates, monitor the drive’s health and status
  • Designed for anyone with a desktop PC or laptop that supports a standard 2.5-inch SATA form factor
  • Available capacity: 1 TB

Additional information

Specification: Samsung SSD 870 EVO, 1 TB, Form Factor 2.5”, Intelligent Turbo Write, Magician 6 Software, Black (Internal SSD)



Product Dimensions

‎10 x 6.99 x 0.68 cm, 88.6 Grams

Item model number




‎870 EVO

Form Factor


Hard Drive Size

‎1 TB

Hard Disk Description

‎Solid State Drive

Hardware Platform

‎PC, Linux, Mac

Are Batteries Included


Item Weight

‎88.6 g

Reviews (4)

4 reviews for Samsung SSD 870 EVO, 1 TB, Form Factor 2.5”, Intelligent Turbo Write, Magician 6 Software, Black (Internal SSD)

3.3 out of 5
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  1. turnipboy

    10/12/2021 – I’m updating this review and reducing my rating due to the seemingly poor reliability of these drives. I’ve now had 3 x 870 EVO 4TB drives fail in less than a year with very little usage (less than 10TBW written each). The drives start to develop ‘Uncorrectable Error Count’ and ‘ECC Error Rate’ S.M.A.R.T. counters and applications fail to read and write to the drives properly. Although the process to get them RMA’d to Samsung (Hanero in the Netherlands) has been fairly smooth these drives seem to be unreliable and prone to failure. I am hoping there were some issues with the first batch but they don’t seem to have been recalled and my confidence in these drives is now completely lost now. I do have several 860 EVO drives that have been used much heavier and showing no S.M.A.R.T. errors. I would avoid this model and get 860 EVO drives instead or perhaps an alternative manufacturer.

    Original Review:
    Samsung have managed to improve on their excellent 860 EVO series of…

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  2. Nigel Butler

    I have several of these hard drives & all have worked flawlessly but I have just received a letter from FedEx containing a ‘Duty & Tax’ invoice for nearly £100 as, unknown to me, the drive was shipped from the EU… I’ll definitely be buying more of these in the future but not from here. Amazon should be making it very clear where extra ‘Brexit’ charges are being imposed! I would send it back but would probably get charged again…

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  3. Glenn (Uk)

    What’s not to like?
    The drive is well packed safely by Amazon and delivered promptly (thanks to prime). This 1tb drive does format to around 900gb after formatting so be aware of that. It will allow me to transfer my wife’s operating system and bring her laptop up to speed. A quality SSD is one of the best ways to do this, and with a five year warranty who can argue with that?
    The storage capacity compared to cost is amazing and the drive is easy to install as it fits into the laptops existing drive bay. I also have this 1tb drive as my PC boot disk and windows 10 loads up and is ready for gaming or work within twenty seconds. Samsung also offer free drive transfer and management software on their site free of charge, it worked perfectly well (just make sure you chkdsk your exisiting drives first as you’ll thank me after).
    For the price and branded name of samsung, and peace of mind of a five year warranty it’s a steal!

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  4. Taking it Easy

    I have an HP EliteBook 840 that originally came with a small 128GB SSD. Back in November, I bought a 1TB Crucial MX500 SSD as an upgrade – as it was in an Amazon “Lightning” deal.

    While the initial signs were good, it suddenly slowed down and Windows 10 would scan for (and fix) disk errors on every boot. I suspect this was due to the diabolical Crucial SSD ‘Storage Executive’ software and its ‘Momentum Cache’ feature. Anyway, the disk is en route back to Amazon and I temporarily popped in an HDD.

    Rather than purchasing based on price, I have now opted for a quality Samsung SSD – and this new 870 EVO 1TB model looked good. Indeed, for me, it was the correct choice!

    I used a caddy and Paradigm Hard Disk Manager 17 to clone the current HDD (I had no need of the cloning software available from Samsung). I popped it into laptop and away we went with no issues. I downloaded and installed Samsung Magician 6.3 – and enabled “Over Provisioning”. As such, the laptop in normal operation really…

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