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Originally Posted by andrew8200mthe EVO is a lesser drive than the Pro, why would anyone assume the 850 EVO would be better? The 840 EVO wasnt better than the 840 Pro if you looked at benchmarks re run on newest firmwares the fact it was faster was merely an illusion from lazy benchmarking and reporting over the internet. Rebenching everything on the release of a new drive however is a hassle and time consuming so previous data is always used. Most 840 Pro benchmarks if you look are from release, none cover the drive with the firmware update and facility to enable Rapid and those that do show it has an advantage over the 840 EVO.
Originally Posted by VallachiaWhat more can they do when the 850 EVO arrives though? Unless it's SATA Express/M2 then won't it be bottlenecked by the interface?
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