WD SN750 vs WD Black vs Samsung 970 EVO AJA Benchmark Results
The WD SN750 put up a good fight against Samsung’s 970 EVO, however the 970 EVO is a hair line faster when it comes to write speed and a tad faster when it comes to read speed. Compared to its predecessor, the improvement is very slim as well. This will not be noticeable in real world use.
WD SN750 vs WD Black vs Samsung 970 EVO Anvil’s Storage Benchmark Results
Moving to Anvil’s storage benchmark results we can see that the WD Black SN750 takes the lead in all three tests. The WD Black and Samsung 970 EVO are on par, however take note that the 970 EVO we have here is only a 500GB capacity. Based on paper, the 970 EVO 1TB is a bit faster when it comes to write speed than the 500GB variant.
WD SN750 vs WD Black vs Samsung 970 EVO ATTO Disk Benchmark Results
The ATTO Disk benchmark shows us the maximum sequential read/write speeds that a certain storage drive can achieve. This is also one of the primarily tools manufacturer’s used to get the speed of their drives and put those numbers on their marketing materials. Our SN750 1TB drive didn’t reached its advertised 3,470 MB/s sequential read and 3,000 MB/s sequential write speeds. Nevertheless, the results that we got is very close to the advertised speeds.
On the next page let’s compare the WD Black SN750 vs Samsung 970 EVO and WD Black using AS SSD, CrystalDiskMark and ezIOmeter benchmark tools.
WD Black SN750 M.2 NVMe SSD latest pricing and availability:
For US: available at Amazon.com here or Newegg.com here
For UK: available at Amazon UK here