Samsung 850 EVO 120GB Price in Singapore & Specifications

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Cheapest Samsung 850 EVO 120GB Price in Singapore is S$ 109.00

The Samsung 850 EVO 120GB is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Samsung 850 EVO 120GB price in Singapore is S$ 109.00 from Qoo10. Samsung 850 EVO 120GB price details are updated December 2018.

Samsung 850 EVO 120GB Price Guide

Price List by Country for Samsung 850 EVO 120GB

Country International Price Price in SGD
Hong Kong HKD 644.00 S$ 113.00
Malaysia MYR 343.80 S$ 113.00
Philippines PHP 4,352.00 S$ 113.00
Singapore SGD 109.00 S$ 109.00
Vietnam VND 1.185.000 S$ 70.00

Samsung 850 EVO 120GB Specs

Release Date in Singapore
Model850 Evo
DateOct 2014
Design
SSD form factor2.5"
Colour of productBlack
Performance
Solid-state drive capacity120 GB
Solid-state drive interfaceSerial ATA III
Read speed540 MB/s
Write speed520 MB/s
Drive device, buffer size256 MB
Data transfer rate6 Gbit/s
Random read (4KB)94000 IOPS
Random write (4KB)36000 IOPS
Security algorithms256-bit AES
S.M.A.R.T. supportYes
TRIM supportYes
Mean time between failures (MTBF)1500000 h

Reviews of Samsung 850 EVO 120GB

hardwarezone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2015-02-22
We have mentioned many times in previous SSD reviews that the market for SSDs is extremely competitive and price-sensitive. And the only way to remain competitive is to own your NAND production facilities or intellectual property in the form of the SSD co...
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hardwarezone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2015-01-16
Improved performance, TurboWrite cache technology, RAPID mode greatly boosts performance, Samsung Magician utility, Longer 5year warranty
No accessories, Higher price, Write performance suffers with increasing queue depth
2014 was an interesting year for SSDs. Adoption of SSDs has continue to rise thanks to falling prices; we also saw some players exit the market due to intensifying competition; and Samsung became the first to commercialize 3D V-NAND .As detailed in our re...
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nikktech.com
Reviewed on 2018-05-05
Build Quality / Endurance (150TBW / 1 Million Hours MTBF), Excellent Overall Performance, Features (TurboWrite/RAPID Mode/eDrive Support), Samsung Magician Software, 5 Year Warranty, Available In 1TB
Price (For Some)
It's true that in the SATA SSD market we don't get many surprises but if i was to choose a single company that has impressed us time and again with their models that would be Samsung. Now i can't comment on their very first attempts to enter the market (n...
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topnewreview.com
Reviewed on 2018-04-02
Not even when Crucial and Toshiba had started producing their own 3D NAND could any commercially available drive really challenge the 850 Evo. In fact, it's only with the brand-new Crucial MX500 that Samsung has really faced a true fight. It's just as wel...
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anandtech.com
Reviewed on 2017-12-02
The latest entry level SSD from Samsung has no suffix and bears neither the PRO or EVO appellation. It is a new entry-level SATA SSD featuring Samsung's latest 64-layer 3D TLC NAND, making it a very close relative to the 850 EVO line.The SSD 850 120GB use...
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tomshardware.com
Reviewed on 2017-11-27
Samsung SATA (high) performance, Low cost, Support for Magician and Rapid Mode
Limited availability, Single and low capacity (at the time of writing), Reduced warranty compared to 850 EVO
We found Samsung's unannounced new 850 SSD and couldn't resist the chance to take it for a spin. We've seen Samsung's new 64-layer 3D V-NAND in the T5 portable SSD, but the 850 marks its retail debut in a drive designed specifically for the desktop PC. S...
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custompcreview.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-25
At Flash Memory Summit earlier this year, Samsung announced their new 48-layer 3D V-NAND and along with that they announced that they'll be using the new NAND in their 850 EVO SSD, pushing capacities up to a staggering 4TB. Considering 1TB was the largest...
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pcper.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-12
Best in class performance (even outperforms competing MLC parts!), Performance oddities seen in the 2TB model are not present in 4TB, Best SATA performance in our new Mixed Burst testing
Everyone expects SSD makers to keep pushing out higher and higher capacity SSDs, but the thing holding them back is sufficient market demand for that capacity. With that, it appears Samsung has decided it was high time for a 4TB model of their 850 EVO. To...
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thessdreview.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-11
First launched in late 2014 , the Samsung 850 EVO has been one of the most successful storage products yet. With so many sold and consumers demanding more capacity, they initially expanded their capacity range to 2TB last year , however, if you thought a...
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tomshardware.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-11
The largest consumer SSD, The fastest consumer SSD, Massive spare and SLC area, The best SATA SSD
Pricing, Low warrantied endurance rating
The Samsung 850 EVO series first hit the market in 2014, and we've already had one update to increase density to 2TB. Samsung doubles the previous consumer SSD capacity king with a new 4TB model that utilizes the latest V-NAND technology. The combination...
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storagereview.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-11
Doubles capacity of previous model, Improves upon already top-of-the-line performance of predecessors, 5-year Warranty
Early adopters will pay a premium
Today, Samsung took the wraps off its latest model in the 850 EVO line of SSDs. Designed for masses, the 850 EVO might not be as flashy as Samsung's 850 EVO PRO, but it still boasts top-of-the-line features like Samsung's 3D V-NAND, 4GB of LPDDR2DRAM cach...
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pcper.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-18
Samsung's plan is to enable higher capacities with this new flash (think 4TB 850 EVO and PRO), they also intend to silently push that same flash down into the smaller capacities of those same lines. Samsung's VP of Marketing assured me that they would not...
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phoronix.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-26
The latest Linux disk testing fun at Phoronix has been stressing two Samsung 850 EVO solid-state drives on the Linux 4.4 kernel when using the native RAID capabilities built into the Btrfs file-system.As it's been a while since last running any Btrfs RAID...
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techsupportforum.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-15
Personal computing has advanced considerably when compared to the original Altair 8800 that Bill Gates used in the Seventies to demonstrate Altair BASIC, the first program to be sold by the newly created Microsoft. One aspect that has changed dramatically...
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Techreport.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-29
Samsung has some making up to do in enthusiast circles. A series of recent of SSD-related gaffes have earned it the ire of many consumers. Performance degradation on the 840 EVO SSD and a botched firmware update process for the 850 Pro aren't issues that...
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pureoverclock.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-24
Sleek and slimline; Innovative features; Fast stock performance; Insane performance with RAPID Mode; Well priced for what you get
It ain't free
We all know that storage capacities increase as prices decrease, and what was considered “large” not long ago is now considered “small” in terms of storage. Certainly this comes as no shock to anyone. So, why a 2TB SSD? Surely a 480GB SSD would be enough...
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techspot.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-19
Highest capacity
Fair doesn't mean inexpensive and if you're on a budget, two of Samsung's 1TB SSDs are a tad cheaper than one of the 2TB models.
The first SSD I used day to day in my main PC was the Intel X25-M and despite being an eye-watering $4.87 per gigabyte, the 80GB model was a bargain at $390 considering the SLC X25-E was selling for almost twice that in a miniscule 64GB capacity. Back th...
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nikktech.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-09
Build Quality / Durability (150 TBW), Excellent Overall Performance, Features (TurboWrite/RAPID Mode/eDrive Support), Samsung Magician Software, 5 Year Warranty, 2TB Capacity
Price (For Some)
It may have taken some time to happen especially since consumer oriented solid state drives (SSDs) have been around for quite some time now but right now they've pretty much saturated the SATA III (6Gb/s) connectivity (although not really in constant/cont...
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anandtech.com
Reviewed on 2015-07-30
During the early days of SSDs, we saw rather quick development in capacities. The very first SSDs were undoubtedly small, generally 32GB or 64GB, but there was a need for higher capacities to make SSDs more usable in client environments. MLC NAND caused a...
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tomshardware.com
Reviewed on 2015-07-13
Since the release of the first 1TB SSD, enthusiasts have looked to the next capacity point. It's always easy to demand a bigger, faster or better product. But when push comes to shove, those jumps only happen when there's financial impetus. I can ask for...
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