Windows 10: New 980 PCIe 3.0 NVMe SSD 1TB Re: How To Check Disk?

Discus and support New 980 PCIe 3.0 NVMe SSD 1TB Re: How To Check Disk? in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware to solve the problem; New disk to keep more stull a click away. Last year when I purchased the WD - easystore 14TB External's at the good price at US $190 I think I ran... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware' started by phaedruspress, Aug 5, 2021.

  1. New 980 PCIe 3.0 NVMe SSD 1TB Re: How To Check Disk?


    New disk to keep more stull a click away. Last year when I purchased the WD - easystore 14TB External's at the good price at US $190 I think I ran Western Digital Data LifeGuard Diagnostics and it took all night. I know that Samsung has Samsung Magician Software. Should I be using that to check the new drive or is chkdsk from the command prompt sufficient? I know about CrystalDisk that will give you a S.M.A.R.T. checkup. I guess I am asking what is the de facto tool to check the aforementioned TB SSD. TIA.

    :)
     
    phaedruspress, Aug 5, 2021
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  2. Clone present nvme pcie ssd to replacement nvme pcie ssd?

    I have a 500GB M.2 2280 NVMe PCIe SSD (boot drive) that I want to replace with a higher capacity M.2 card.

    Where do I put the new SSD during the NVMe to NVMe cloning process? My mobo only has one M.2 slot for NVMe SSD's so do I want to use an external adapter for one of the M.2 cards? If so, do you have a recommendation?

    If you have solved this issue for your desktop or laptop I would like your advice on if and what extra hardware you needed during the cloning.

    please remember that I am dealing with PCIe NVMe drives ONLY. NO Sata is involved except possibly for a connecting cable from the desktop to an adapter. I am experienced with cloning SATA III drives but cloning NVMe is a little
    new to me.

    Computer: Dell XPS 8920, 32GB ram.

    Present SSD: KXG50ZNV512G NVMe Toshiba 512GB

    New SSD: CT13049074 Crucial P1 NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD 1TB (or 2TB if available soon) or similar storage device.

    Windows 10 Pro for Workstations, version 1809.
     
    Cbarnhorst, Aug 5, 2021
    #2
  3. Brink Win User
    New Samsung 980 NVMe SSD without DRAM now available

    Samsung Electronics America, the world leader in advanced memory technology, today announced the 980 NVMe SSD[1], the companys first consumer drive without DRAM. Delivering the highest performance among DRAM-less SSDs[2], the new 980 makes blazing NVMe speeds more accessible to a wider range of users.

    Through both hardware and software innovations, our new 980 SSD brings greater value without compromising the high-end NVMe performance, said KyuYoung Lee, vice president of Memory Brand Product Business team at Samsung. The 980 offers an excellent blend of speed, power efficiency and reliability, making it suitable for everyday PC users and gamers as well as content creators.


    New 980 PCIe 3.0 NVMe SSD 1TB Re: How To Check Disk? 980_PKG-Fullshot-600x400.jpg


    Previously, DRAM-less designs have presented a disadvantage in speed without the short-term memory at hand for fast access to data. Samsungs 980 utilizes Host Memory Buffer (HMB) technology, which links the drive directly to the host processors DRAM to overcome any performance drawbacks. This technology, coupled with the companys latest sixth-generation V-NAND as well as optimized controller and firmware, enables the 980 to provide NVMe performance with six times the speed of SATA SSDs. Sequential read and write speeds come in at up to 3,500 and 3,000 MB/s, while random read and write performances are rated as high as 500K IOPS and 480K IOPS[3], respectively.

    The newly upgraded Intelligent TurboWrite 2.0 also offers significantly enhanced sustained performance over the previous iteration[4] by allocating a much larger buffer storage area inside the drive.

    For users working with extremely large files or running graphics-heavy games, the new Full Power Mode added to Samsungs Magician 6.3 software allows the drive to continuously run at peak performance for uninterrupted work and play.
    Additionally, consumers will no longer have to worry about their drive overheating, thanks to its advanced thermal designs. Users can enjoy stable and reliable performance even during prolonged use thanks to the same Dynamic Thermal Guard technology, nickel-coated controller and heat spreader label solutions available in Samsungs high-end 980 series.

    The SSD also features improved power efficiency of up to 56% when compared to the previous 970 EVO,[5] allowing laptop users to better manage power usage.

    The Samsung 980 SSD is available for a manufacturers suggested retail price of $49.99 for the 250GB, $69.99 for the 500GB and $129.99 for the 1TB. For more information, please visit samsung.com/SSD or samsungssd.com.

    Key Specifications

    [table][tr]Category Samsung 980 NVMe SSD [/tr] [tr][td]Interface[/td] [td]PCIe Gen.3.0 x4, NVMe 1.4[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Form Factor[/td] [td]M.2 (2280)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Capacity[/td] [td]1TB, 500GB, 250GB[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Sequential Read/Write Speed[/td] [td]Up to 3,500 / 3,000 MB/s[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Random Read/Write Speed (QD32)[/td] [td]Up to 500K IOPS / 480K IOPS[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Management Software[/td] [td]Samsung Magician[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Data Encryption[/td] [td]AES 256-bit Full Disk Encryption, TCG/Opal V2.0, Encrypted Drive (IEEE1667)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Total Bytes Written[/td] [td]600TBW (1TB) 300TBW (500GB) 150TBW (250GB)[/td] [/tr] [tr][td]Warranty [6][/td] [td]Five-year Limited Warranty [7][/td] [/tr] [/table]


    Source: Samsung’s 980 NVMe SSD Combines Speed and Affordability to Set a New Standard in Consumer SSD Performance - Samsung US Newsroom

    See also: 980 PCIe 3.0 NVMe Gaming SSD 1TB Memory & Storage - MZ-V8V1T0B/AM | Samsung US


     
    Brink, Aug 5, 2021
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  4. Js3199 Win User

    New 980 PCIe 3.0 NVMe SSD 1TB Re: How To Check Disk?

    Migrating Windows 10 from m.2 sata to new pcie nvme ssd

    Hello all,

    I'm going to upgrade my current m.2 sata 128gb to a m.2 pcie nvme 480gb and have questions about migrating Windows over. From my understanding since i have a laptop and cant connect both drives at the same time and pcie nvme isnt supported externally I was
    going to try and create a restore disk of my current drive and then image it to my new drive. Will this work?

    Again my process will be, create rescue disk and image to usb, power down and swap drives, enable usb boot to my usb and power on, run the rescue disk and image to my new pcie nvme ssd.

    Does anyone see problems with this? Do I need a large usb or will 32gb work for a 128gb ssd?
     
    Js3199, Aug 5, 2021
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