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The Samsung SSD 750 EVO is now available in Singapore. The cheapest Samsung SSD 750 EVO price in Singapore is S$ 205.00 from Shopee. Samsung SSD 750 EVO price details are updated July 2021.

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Price List by Country for Samsung SSD 750 EVO

Country International Price Price in SGD
Singapore SGD 205.00 S$ 205.00
Thailand THB 5,890 S$ 243.00
Vietnam VND 4.190.000 S$ 249.00

Samsung SSD 750 EVO Specs

Release Date in Singapore
Model750 EVO
DateJan 2016
SSD form factor2.5"
SSD capacity250 GB
InterfaceSerial ATA III
Memory typeTLC
Security algorithms256-bit AES
Data transfer rate6 Gbit/s
Read speed540 MB/s
Write speed520 MB/s
Random read (4KB)97000 IOPS
Random write (4KB)88000 IOPS
Controller typeSamsung MGX
TRIM supportYes
Mean time between failures (MTBF)1500000 h

Reviews of Samsung SSD 750 EVO
Reviewed on 2016-04-20
In the early days of the SSD, they were prohibitively expensive. Just four years ago, a 240GB Intel SSD 520 Series SSD would have set you back over $500. Today, a 240GB drive can cost as little as $130. This dramatic fall in price means that more users an...
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Reviewed on 2018-04-02
The strength of Samsung's controllers, when coupled with this densely packed NAND, allowed for great performance and a competitive price. Meanwhile, other competitors were stuck using less dense, and thus pricier, two-level MLC NAND. Since then, Samsung h...
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Reviewed on 2016-12-22
Earlier this year we covered the lower two capacities of the Samsung 750 EVO. We had some requests for a review of the 500GB model as soon as it was added to their lineup, and Samsung promptly sent a sample, but I delayed that review in the interest of g...
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Reviewed on 2016-11-06
We are providing a second interim report at 4TB on our Project Kenko 01. For a quick background, we are taking two Samsung 750 EVO SSDs and writing to them until they fail. You can read more about the experiment here. Since this is a more modern SSD endur...
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Reviewed on 2016-09-20
Affordable Pricing, High Endurance, Good Performance With Typical Desktop Workloads
Warranty Not As Long As Some Competing Drives
The Samsung SSD 850 EVO has become somewhat of a yardstick, by which other SATA-based SSDs are measured, and not without good reason. It set a very high bar when we reviewed it more than a year-and-a-half ago and it still holds up against newer products...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-26
Very smooth performance, RAPID caching can speed up everyday performance
Slower with large data sets than MLC SSDs, A tad pricier than the TLC SSD competition
The new Samsung 750 EVO is only a slightly different beast than its predecessor, the 850 EVO, but the differences are all to the good. The most salient is the speed at which it reads and writes large files. The 750 has a bit more cache, so you won't work...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-25
Mainstream performance, Samsung quality, High endurance, Competitive pricing, High native TLC sequential write performance, Bestinclass random performance, Excellent software package
No 1TB capacity, Priced higher than entrylevel competition, Average notebook battery life, Low mixed sequential workload performance
Samsung opened up the 750 EVO to the mass market and added a 500GB model, which will allow the company to fight in the low end with a game-changing mix of mainstream performance and entry-level endurance. The Samsung SSD 750 EVO series began its life in...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-29
Excellent overall performance for a SATA drive, Priced aggressively, Supports hardware encryption,
Not quite cheap enough to differentiate itself from the SSD 850 EVO, Available in three small capacities only
For the past few years, Samsung has successfully executed a two-tier strategy in its solid-state drive (SSD) lineup, offering a Pro model for enthusiasts and professionals, and a less expensive EVO model for those on a budget. It has worked quite well, to...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-14
The Samsung 750 EVO 500GB Mainstream Reaches High-End SATA3Samsung has released the Samsung 750 EVO SSD in larger capacity size. As such we review the 500 GB version of this SSD that offers enthusiast class speed but is competitive in pricing as the produ...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-08
The Samsung SSD 750 Evo is speedy and costs less than other Samsung solid-state drives. The drive includes helpful software and can use your computer's internal memory to get a significant speed boost
The drive is more expensive than competing SSDs, and capacity tops out at just 500GB
That's right, that's not a typo. You're reading about the Samsung SSD 750 Evo, not the 850 Evo that came out almost two years ago.The new 750 Evo is Samsung's latest budget solid-state drive (SSD) and is actually quite different from the 850. For one, it...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-29
Since the introduction of their first consumer TLC SSD with the SSD 840 , Samsung's consumer/retail SATA SSD lineup has consisted of two product families: the MLC-based Pro drives, and the TLC-based 840 and EVO drives. The strength of Samsung's SSD contro...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-31
The Samsung SSD 750 EVO has been shipping since 2015 in Asia, but it was only released in North America in 2016. This SATA III SSD drive represents a new budget line of drives from Samsung that is directly aimed at white box system builders or anyone in t...
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Reviewed on 2016-03-15
Strong read performance in most of our tested benchmarks, Bundled data migration software and AES-256-bit hardware-based full disk encryption engine, Great features for first-time SSD buyers
Only 120GB and 250GB capacities, Mixed performance with write-intensive workloads
After being available in Asia for several months now, the Samsung EVO 750---the economical version of their impressive and very successful SSD line--has finally hit North American shores. The EVO 750 is designed to provide excellent performance and improv...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-18
Low cost, High performance in most workloads
Only available in two capacities, May not appear in brick and mortar stores due to target market, Low endurance rating (by Samsung's standards), Comparable to other products in the ultravalue SSD market
The new SSD 750 EVO uses the 850 EVO's controller equipped with the more advanced LDPC ECC engine. The SSD was introduced in Japan and other Asian markets two months ago. We assumed the 750 EVO was Samsung's way of burning through a stockpile of planar (2...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-16
This client driven SSD has two goals in mind, be fast and inexpensive. Based upon, the specifications we have been given, the Samsung 750 EVO easily accomplishes this feat. This also really shows how Samsung is overtaking pretty much every single storage...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-27
The new Samsung 750 EVO is only a slightly different beast than its predecessor, the 850 EVO, but the differences are all to the good. The most salient is the speed at which it reads and writes large files. The 750 has a bit more cache, so you won't work...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-09
When Samsung launched their 750 EVO back in February of this year, it came in two capacities, 120GB and 250GB. Availability was essentially limited to emerging markets and system integrators. The 750 EVO generated quite a buzz within the enthusiast commun...
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Reviewed on 2016-02-19
Recently, we've seen a wave of value-oriented TLC drives come across our bench. All of these SSDs have one thing in common; they are planar NAND based. There are two reasons they are all planar based. First, only Samsung is shipping products that are 3D f...
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