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>> 3 simple reasons you need an SSD for gaming

Less Loading Time, Better Responsiveness, and Improved Gameplay.

Your game becomes more visually rich and more complex. An SSD opens Diablo III and loads game levels twice as fast as an HDD.

Background tasks (e.g. anti-virus scans, program updates) can slow down your system during extended gameplay, causing choppy or lagging performance. An SSD’s superior multi-tasking capabilities make this experience a thing of the past.

With up to 100,000 IOPS, the SSD 850 PRO, 850 EVO and 840 EVO will renew your gaming PC and provide noticeable improvements in user experience, including no lag, better responsiveness, and improved visual and graphic effects. With decreased loading times and lag-free performance, you can spend more time playing and less time waiting.

SSD VS HDD LatencyFPS : SSD VS HDD

>> Why Act Now?

Less Loading Time, Better Responsiveness, and Improved Gameplay.

Your game becomes more visually rich and more complex. An SSD opens Diablo III and loads game levels twice as fast as an HDD.

Background tasks (e.g. anti-virus scans, program updates) can slow down your system during extended gameplay, causing choppy or lagging performance. An SSD’s superior multi-tasking capabilities make this experience a thing of the past.

With up to 100,000 IOPS, the SSD 850 PRO, 850 EVO and 840 EVO will renew your gaming PC and provide noticeable improvements in user experience, including no lag, better responsiveness, and improved visual and graphic effects. With decreased loading times and lag-free performance, you can spend more time playing and less time waiting.

The 3D V-NAND-powered robot

Victo the robot is powered by SSD 850 PRO, and with 3D V-NAND. The SSD revolution has started, with the world’s first 3D V-NAND-powered Samsung SSD 850 PRO.

Introducing the Samsung SSD 850 PRO

Powered by Samsung's own cutting-edge 3D V-NAND technology, the Samsung SSD 850 PRO delivers the ultimate in read and write performance in both sequential and random aspects.

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