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Samsung’s new 870 QVO lineup features its first 8TB SSD for consumers

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Samsung has introduced the next generation of its QVO lineup of high-capacity consumer solid-state drives: the 870 QVO.

It will be available starting on June 30th from Samsung and other retailers, and you’ll be able to choose from a few different storage configurations.

If you churn through a lot of data, you might be interested in the 8TB option that will be available in August, which is the first of this capacity Samsung has created.

Lots of storage but not the best option for raw speed The 870 QVO is the successor to the 860 QVO that released in late 2018, and the inner workings of this new drive are similar.

5-inch drive that will fit in most desktops and laptops, and it utilizes Samsung’s 4-bit multilevel cell architecture (also known as quad-level, or QLC, in this model) that helps to keep the price reasonable at the expense of faster transfer speeds.

(Samsung says that its latest SSD has a 13 percent advantage over its predecessor when it comes to random read speed.

And with this model, Samsung says that it should be able to transfer up to 2,880 terabytes of data throughout its lifetime.

2 slot, Samsung’s 970 EVO Plus NVMe 1TB SSD will offer vastly improved performance, though with smaller capacities available at a much higher price than the new 870 QVO.