Samsung 860 QVO 2TB vs EVO 850 500GB 3 different speed test.
In everyday work, they perform completely the same, but the difference is when you copy large files. Samsung 860 QVO is dropping the performance while copying large files comparing with Samsung 850 Evo it took almost double the time to copy 50GB files.

1. Unboxing 0:20
2. Read/ Write test 1:27
3. Copy large files 50gb 2:06
4. Battlefield V 3:48
5. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey 4:18
6. RUST 4:45

Samsung 860 QVO SSD 2TB
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39 Comments

  • Benchmark Tests
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    Hi, guys, check the video description for more information. If you like the video, please SUBSCRIBE, thank you!
    1. Unboxing 0:20
    2. Read/ Write test 1:27
    3. Copy large files 50gb 2:06
    4. Battlefield V 3:48
    5. Assassin's Creed Odyssey 4:18
    6. RUST 4:45

    Samsung 860 QVO SSD 2TB
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    The only problem is when you move some large files then performance drops, but in everyday work, you can't find any issues.

  • The Republic of Dave
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    Are you transfering files from SSD to HDD or vice versa, or are you transfering from one SSD to another? I want to know if it makes a difference as i'll be buying SSD for game storage and will often transfer games from SSD to HDD and vice versa.

  • Anbesa Tech አንበሳ ቴክ
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    So, if we sum it up and use same capacity of both, EVO is far better than QVO. Thanks man, you deserve subscription. You got one now

  • Christopher Magnussen
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    did not see anything mentioned about temps during idle and full load

  • sergio milan
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    Hey guys my Ssd disk is brand New so its i got games big size,the problem it dont want to works properly ask me format what that i do 50 expensive even lap wont.

  • Icicle
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    Wait why does the QVO drop speeds all of a sudden around 2:06 ?

  • not tellin
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    why didnt you test same drive size?

  • Thomas J Shears
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    Thanks for the video, i really need some help, I was Soo close to buying a 4TB QVO for my PS4 Pro until someone told me it's much slower than the EVO, which is best for PS4? Is it worth the extra money?? 🤔

  • TheWobblyEmily
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    damn considering how much it costs for 1tb it's very worth it. I'm actually tempted.
    just takes a little longer to move your games to it
    also OUCH 2 minutes with an SSD?!

  • Liam Fox
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    i'm thinking of getting the samsung QVO 1TB SSD and this video is reassuring, thanks! knowing that i dont have to spend 60 pounds extra for little to no performance increase is amazing. Thanks again.

  • ManMadeDesaster
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    now do the same test but with the same capacity

  • David chavez
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    Will this fit any gaming laptop

  • Terabyte the Musical Spirit
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    thanks for this real-world test!

  • Edwin
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    QVO for gaming and not for file transfers / extractions. EVO for everything.

  • Tiger Bite
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    The 860 evo is way much better than qvo but still perform nearly the same a few second away

  • MadOrange644
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    Bought a 2tb QVO strictly for gaming.

  • Creator's Remorse
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    Told me everything I needed to know. Thank you!

  • Varnark The Warrior
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    I bought the QVO instead of EVO on accident without doing research. I got worried that I got an inferior SSD, but this video reassures me that the difference isn’t big at all

  • Lazar Silviu
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    Hi
    What CPU are you using and what is the load on the 860 qvo when copying files ??

  • Push
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    Just bought the 1TB version of the QVO as a secondary SSD for my games and while playing (after 5-10 Minutes) it shuts down for no reason. Did not find any fixes for this issue. Kinda frustrating :/

  • crush crush
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    Hi can i install this ssd on motherboard msi b450 gaming plus?

  • Revelator
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    QVO is pure shit.much better EVO series or crucial MX500 😉

  • TacoMeat FijiWater
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    Do a proper test next time. The QVO has a much larger cache than the EVO since it has 2TB vs 500GB.

  • Ardie1962
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    Apple vs Orange. Next time compare the EVO and QVO of the same family, 860 1TB. Not hard to do.

  • sib
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    Excellent. Thank you.

  • Torben Povlsen
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    its a damn test.. who givea a fuck about watching you unboxing it… jeez

  • f4tboy99
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    Did you perform these tasks simultaneously? Because the OS can decide which will have more resources and falsify the results!

  • Earlybite
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    This is brilliant shown what happens if the cache has reached its limit!
    I'm glad that I've found your video with that brilliant comparison!
    Thanks a lot!

    QVO: The only thing I'm thinking over is the warranty… 🙂
    Is meaning, why gives Samsung only 3 years…, there must be a reason, but which one?

    All the best and
    'Til then…

  • malegelebi
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    This means so much more to me than silly benchmarks. Thank yiu

  • Ryan Krozz
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    You should have done comparisons for equal capacities. A 1TB SSD is typically faster than it's 500GB counterpart.

    "The higher capacity variants of an SSD model often get their higher capacity from simply having more NAND flash chips of the same type as the lower capacity variants. Having more NAND flash chips allows for a design where the controller on the SSD can access more data in parallel, allowing for higher speeds."

  • FriscoBoater's Garage
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    I click on videos to hear things not just music. I can read this on any webpage

  • Yaniel Gonzalez
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    What's the music called?

  • Wembley
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    Thanks for the vid really loved it… (liked)

    I have a WD 1 TB Mechanical drive and I bought the 1tb Samsung QVO to replace it, I did a standard Copy/Paste and I never saw the QVO go above 100mb but that could just be the type of files I was copying, however I'm not 100% on this drive, The EVO is TCL and the QVO is QLC which are completely different technologies… So currently I'm at a dilemma
    Watch this vid by a former professor and does great video's (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WACyyFF_ci0) he goes into the technology of both products and for me it seems the EVO is better for large (gb files copy/access) than the QVO, but for everything else there basically the same.
    But the EVO has a 5 year Warranty and the QVO has 3.
    One thing to note is the 2tb QVO has a larger cache than the 500gb EVO on this vid

  • Dusty Studebaker
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    This is a little misleading! The two drives tested here are drastically different in size (one has four times the capacity of the other, 500GB<2TB), therefor they will differ in speed. The larger SSD will be faster – a simple Google search will give you this much information. Retest with two SSDs of equal capacity to get a accurate result. Without testing on equal grounds, and how close the two are in this test you show here, I'd say the EVO is probably the faster of the two, if they were same capacity.

  • moha mohammed
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    Does 1tb 860 QVO using V-NAND Technology ?

  • Antonio M
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    i have an 860 evo and i copy slower than the 860 QVO… why?!! i get max 100 and from half it start from 10 mb/s wtf

  • d4unit
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    hmm.. 40 dollars for 7 seconds at the most? take my money, QVO

  • Kevinb1821
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    I just put the 1tb evo in my PS4 pro today and couldn’t believe how small and light it was.

  • Kevinb1821
    Posted 27 mins ago 2:29 pm

    On amazon there’s not even a question on which one to get. The EVO is like 3 dollars more for the 1TB

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