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Samsung NVMe SSD
The NVMe protocol is newly designed specifically for solid state drives (SSDs).
This brochure will inform you about next generation NVMe SSDs, including an introduction,
gamer benefits, system requirements, and FAQs.
Introduction to Samsung NVMe SSDs
Overview
When it comes to a PC’s system “responsiveness”, storage is one of the most crucial hardware components. The faster the drive, the faster the
system boots, the faster apps launch, and the faster files save. The introduction of SSDs a number of years ago was a major step forward from
traditional spinning HDDs, but SSDs recently hit a performance wall in the existing SATA III protocol, and they simply cannot run any faster.
NVMe is built for SSDs
SSD technology grew enormously alongside advances in CPU and
Currently using 4 lanes, PCI Gen. 3 can
transfer data at up to 3,940 MB/s.
1,969 MB/s
Per Lane
GPU. With a significant boost in storage capacity and performance,
NAND Flash - the technology behind Solid State Drives - possesses the
985 MB/s
capability to do far more. The Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe)
Per Lane
protocol was specially created for NAND Flash storage solutions to
Per Lane
300 MB/s
storage interfaces and protocols. SATA was optimized for mechanical
150 MB/s
Hard Disk Drive Storage, but even with revisions over time, the current
1 LANE
1 LANE
1 LANE
SATA 1
SATA 2
SATA 3
SATA 3 interface bandwidth does not accommodate the full potential
500 MB/s
600 MB/s
accelerate transferspeeds by overcoming legacy constraints in existing
up to
16 LANES
up to
16 LANES
up to
16 LANES
PCle Gen. 2
PCle Gen. 3
PCle Gen. 4 *
SATA Transfers up to.
of NAND Flash based SSDs.
PCle Transfers up to.
* In the future, using PCIe 4.0 can be scaled to 16 lanes for a theoretical max. of 32 GB/s.
Transfer faster with NVMe SSDs
Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe) protocol was especially designed
Fastest in-class storage performance
& max. theoretical interface speeds
Sequential Read
Sequential Write
for NAND Flash storage solutions to unleash a new dimension of data
transfer speed. It allows SSDs to achieve peak performance, 6-7 times
[MB/s]
the sequential read/write speeds of SATA.
4,000
6-7x
3,000
More gains from NVMe SSDs
Besides providing a leap in performance, NVMe SSDs are smaller, lighter,
more efficient, and easier to install (no cables). The M.2 form-factor
reduces the overall size of internal storage devices. Standard M.2 cards
are just 22 mm wide, allowing dramatically expanded capacity without
NVMe
3,500
2,100
2,000
3-4x
1,000
600
300
0
560
150
550
SATA 3
SATA 2
130
HDD
SATA SSD
messy cables, power wires, or bulky disk housing.
NVMe SSD
100 mm
The next generation of storage
66 g
7g
transfer speed of up to 31,504 MB/s (using PCIe 4.0).
NVMe SSDs unlock a new level in speed, capacity, and form.
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[2.5-inch SSD]
[M.2 SSD]
22.15 mm
NVMe protocol, the SSD of the future is scalable with a theoretical
80.15 mm
69.85 mm
With the faster data transfer speeds of the PCIe interface and the
System requirement for NVMe SSDs
The solution to storage protocol / interface bottleneck
The NVMe protocol is newly designed specifically for solid state drives (SSDs) and replaces older SATA protocols which were optimized for hard
disk drives. The new NVMe protocol has an interface and form-factor vastly different from prior storage solutions.
Fundamental changes in how storage connects to the PC system brings certain hardware and software requirements. Users are advised of the
following requirements to ensure compatibility and to gain the full benefits of the revolutionary NVMe storage technology.
Hardware requirements
Please refer to the product documentation published by the manufacturer of your system or components to verify that a Samsung NVMe
SSD is compatible with your build.
Category
Minimum Requirement
Mainboard (System)
Intel Haswell Refresh or later client chipset based main board with free (unallocated)
PCIe Gen. 3 X 4 lanes
Processor
64-bit processor (recommended) single, dual or higher number of processors can be used
Memory
More than 2GB DRAM
Connector
Requires M.2 (‘M’ Key) or use third party adapter (AIC) to connect to PCIe connector
Form-Factor
Space for a single sided M.2 2280 (SSD with dimensions 22mm x 80 mm) or
use third party adapter (AIC) to connect to PCIe connector
Power
25W compatible PCIe slot
Software requirements
The following operating systems are supported, so long as equipped with required or recommended driver as indicated below:
OS
Notes
Windows 7 32/64bit
Samsung NVMe driver required
Windows 8 32/64bit
Samsung NVMe driver required
Windows 8.1 32/64bit
Samsung NVMe driver recommended*
Windows 10 32/64bit
Samsung NVMe driver recommended*
* The Samsung NVMe driver ensures maximum compatibility between host and Samsung NVMe SSDs and optimizes system performance.
Gamer benefit from Samsung NVMe SSDs
NVMe Advantages: Your competitive edge
Gamers can seize a competitive advantage over rivals, and experience superior gameplay with the industry leading performance of Samsung
NVMe SSDs.
This case study shows how and when gamers can best experience the performance gains of an NVMe SSD upgrade.
Samsung NVMe SSD acceleration for 4K and DirectX 12 games
NVMe SSDs have transfer and access speeds far superior to those of SATA SSDs. For more graphically demanding games which involve loading
larger files and more disk input/output operations, the time savings increases. Our tests showed game loading times significantly reduced by
7% to 37%. Most of today’s games can already greatly benefit from NVMe SSDs. But in the near future, with more 4K and DirectX 12 games,
NVMe SSDs will be an essential for all serious gamers.
Game loading time comparison (Lower is better)
15% reduction
[Sec]
40
7% reduction
30
29
40.1
NVMe
34.2
31
37% reduction
20
18.2
10
11.4
0
Game A (4K)
SATA
Test Platform
CPU
Intel i7 6700K (SKL)
Mainboard
ASUS Z170
Graphics
nVidia GTX1070 (8GB)
DRAM
32GB (DDR4 16GB x 2)
Game C (4K & DirectX 12)
Game B (4K)
NVMe SSD gives high-end systems maximum benefit
While NVMe SSDs noticeably benefit all compatible systems, performance benefits are maximized when combined with other high-end,
high-performance components of gaming PCs. Our tests showed that NVMe SSDs used in conjunction with top-rated high-end CPUs and
GPUs delivered the greatest performance benefits. The trend towards 4K and DirectX 12 games calls for ever more powerful performance
hardware. NVMe SSDs ensure that you get the most from your gaming system.
NVMe effects comparison by hardware - Game C (4K & DirectX 12)
With high GFX, 35% performance is improved on average
NVMe
SATA
With low GFX, 20% performance is improved on average
16%
[Sec]
35
30
25
37%
20
10
11.4
13.8
22%
30%
24.0
20.5
18.2
15
33%
33%
16.0
34.3
26.8
22.9
28.7
21.0
16.0
5
0
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Core i7
Core i3
w/ NVIDIA GTX1070
Celeron
Core i7
Core i3
Celeron
w/ UMA (Unified Memory Architecture)
The choice for NVMe SSDs
Samsung : NVMe SSDs forerunner
The Samsung 960 PRO is a leader in the NVMe client PC SSD market. Even its little sibling, the 960 EVO easily outperforms the competition
in the basic performance benchmarks (sequential read & write speed), offering customers the best NVMe experience currently available.
-44%
560
1,000
D
E
-33%
-63%
-64%
-80%
134
128
C
D
-71%
C
D
-26%
B
E
960 PRO 960 EVO
A
B
72
-59%
240
A
C
265
960 PRO 960 EVO
B
360
-55%
360
50
A
111
150
150
100
-47%
800
-26%
280
250
200
-71%
1,400
960 PRO 960 EVO
-58%
1,300
-61%
-26%
Random Write Performance
155
300
0
E
380
350
D
Random Read Performance
440
400
C
170
[K IOPS]
450
960 PRO 960 EVO
-32%
1,900
0
2,100
500
-59%
1,300
B
-36%
1,800
A
1,000
Sequential Write Performance
2,050
1,500
2,500
2,000
-22%
2,600
2,500
-19%
3,200
3,000
Sequential Read Performance
3,500
[MB/s]
3,500
E
Samsung SSD comprehensive leadership
Samsung is the most wholly integrated SSD maker in the world, resulting in superior products. In-house developed NAND Flash and DRAM,
coupled with proprietary purpose-built controllers, and in-house end product assembly utilizing the industry’s most advanced processes, all
result in incomparable quality and high integration. Our technologies are developed and tested in close collaboration with the world’s leading
technology companies and regularly obtain industry and expert recognition from the top tech publications.
FIRMWARE
DRAM
Controller
NAND Flash
Benchmark Reviews
Golden Tachometer Award
The SSD Review
Editor’s Choice
PC Perspective
Editor’s Choice
The Tech Report
Editor’s Choice
CDR Labs
Editor’s Choice Award
TechSpot
Rating: 90 out of 100
Custom PC Review’s
Certified Awesome Award
Samsung NVMe SSD Lineup
Samsung accelerated the NVMe era in 2015 with the launch of the 950 PRO and continues to accelerate the innovation to address the
evolving PC environment across laptops and desktops. These hardware options have fully matured for NVMe adoption with chipset,
operating system, as well as motherboard support for PCI Express (PCIe) Gen. 3x4 lanes in an M.2 slot. Samsung is expanding the NVMe SSD
market with the development of the 4th-generation V-NAND and two tier lineup.
960 PRO
Designed for tech enthusiasts and professionals seeking unprecedented workstation and
PC performance for CAD engineering or data simulations.
960 EVO
The smart choice for entry-level NVMe SSD users who want to discover next-generation
PC performance for gaming and graphics.
FAQs
Compatibility
Installation
1) Do Samsung NVMe M.2 SSDs work with any M.2 slot?
There are different types of M.2 slots. A “B-Key” enables SATA or PCIe
NVMe SSDs using up to 2 PCIe lanes, while an “M-Key” enables NVMe
SSDs with the use of up to 4 PCIe lanes.
Performance of PCIe NVMe M.2 SSDs leveraging PCIe x4 lanes is roughly
twice as high as with PCIe x2 lanes, so the vast majority of mainboards
today support ”M-Key” slots with 4 lanes. This is the solution supported by
Samsung NVMe SSDs, and works in the majority of M.2 slots.
Please check the type of M.2 (M or B Key) slots available on your mainboard by reading the user manual or contacting your system vendor.
1) How should a Samsung NVMe M.2 SSD be installed on a PC?
Installation of Samsung NVMe M.2 SSDs is essentially plug-and-play.
Simply insert the NVMe SSD in an M.2 PCIe slot, tighten the SSD in place
with the screw and spacer provided by your mainboard manufacturer, and
boot up your system from an external source before proceeding with a
fresh install of your operating system. Windows has an in-box driver that
ensures your Samsung NVMe SSD is operational from the start, but we
recommend installing the Samsung NVMe Driver specifically designed for
Samsung NVMe SSDs, to ensure optimal performance and to maximize
compatibility with your system.
For more information, please refer to: www.samsungssd.com
2) Will Samsung NVMe M.2 SSDs work on Z97 Mainboards?
Yes. Samsung NVMe SSDs will work on Haswell Refresh or newer chipsets
that follow the standard mainboard requirements defined by Intel (note
that some mainboards customized for certain PC makers might not offer
the required M.2 slot). Should you have any doubt, please contact your
mainboard or PC vendor for more information.
3) Do Samsung NVMe M.2 SSDs work with AMD Ryzen?
Yes. Samsung NVMe M.2 SSDs will work with standard Ryzen chipsets.
4) Are there any issues with running Windows 7 on a Samsung NVMe M.2 SSD?
Samsung NVMe SSDs are compatible with Windows 7, but for optimal
performance and ease of use we recommend Win 8.1 or newer.
5) Do Samsung NVMe M.2 SSDs work under Linux?
Samsung NVMe SSDs are compatible with Linux.
Please note, however, that Samsung NVMe SSDs are optimized for use
under Windows operating systems.
6) Which Generation PCIe does Samsung NVMe M.2 SSD use?
Samsung NVMe SSDs use PCIe Gen 3.0. For more information please refer
to Samsung NVMe SSD datasheets available at www.samsungssd.com
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2) Are Samsung NVMe M.2 SSDs delivered with a screw?
Samsung NMVe M.2 SSDs are not delivered with a screw. This is because
mainboard manufacturers typically provide the specific screws and
spacers that fit the proprietary needs of each mainboard.
3) Can I move data from an HDD or SATA SSD to a Samsung NVMe M.2 SSD?
Yes. It is possible to clone a SATA HDD or SATA SSD to an NVMe SSD.
Samsung, however, recommends performing a “clean install” of the OS
and later transferring the desired non-executable files.
Because the registry information needed for NVMe SSDs is different from
those of SATA HDDs or SSDs, a clean install helps to avoid unnecessary
compatibility and performance issues that may arise from simply cloning
a storage device.
4) Can I plug a Samsung NVMe M.2 SSD in a traditional PCIe slot?
Yes. Many add-in-card adapters exist, but for optimal performance and
compatibility Samsung recommends using an original M.2 slot for your
Samsung NVMe SSD.
Operation
1) Can I use a Samsung NVMe M.2 SSD at the same time as a SATA SSD or HDD?
Yes. There are no technical limitations in using an NVMe M.2 SSD concurrently with a SATA SSD or HDD. Please make sure your mainboard has a
sufficient number of interfaces to accommodate multiple storage devices.
2) Can Samsung NVMe M.2 SSDs be RAIDed?
Yes. Samsung NVMe M.2 SSDs can be grouped into a RAID formation.
Please ensure that your mainboard has a sufficient number of NVMe M.2
slots and that sufficient PCIe lanes are available for maximal performance.
3) Can the OS be installed on a Samsung NVMe M.2 SSD?
Yes. Samsung NVMe M.2 SSDs can be used as the primary storage device,
with the Operating System installed on the SSD.
4) Are Samsung NVMe M.2 SSDs bootable when used in combination with an
add-in-card (AIC)?
Yes. An AIC is merely an adapter, and therefore does not change the
inherent bootability or connectivity of a Samsung NVMe M.2 SSD. Please
note that depending on the quality of the AIC, the performance of your
Samsung NVMe M.2 SSD may, in rare cases, be below the performance
specifications published by Samsung.
Performance
1) What is the difference between a Samsung NVMe M.2 SSD and a regularSSD?
NVMe SSDs leverage a new type of interface and protocol – Non-Volatile
Memory Express – to break through the bottleneck limitations of SATA
based systems. Concretely, this means that whereas SATA SSDs’ maximal
performance does not exceed 550MB/s, NVMe SSDs can achieve transfer
speeds of about 3,500MB/s when connected via PCIe Gen.3 x4 lanes.
2) Why does my Samsung NVMe M.2 SSD not achieve its performance specs
in benchmark tests?
Benchmark test results may differ depending upon the system
environment, host software and hardware configuration. Please see the
data sheet for more information on the test conditions used by Samsung.
3) Do Samsung NVMe M.2 SSDs have RAPID Mode support?
Samsung NVMe SSDs do not support RAPID Mode.
4) Do I need a heat sink foroptimal performance of the Samsung NVMe M.2 SSD?
Samsung NVMe SSDs rarely require a heat sink, yet maintain optimal
performance thanks to Samsung’s advanced design and manufacturing
capabilities coupled with an integrated, heat dissipating thermal label.
In rare instances of extreme workloads (transfer of several hundreds of
GB), performance may be throttled through Samsung’s dynamic thermal
throttling algorithm to protect the SSDs integrity.
Please be aware, however, that an external heat source such as a highpowered graphics card, or CPU placed in close proximity to a Samsung
NVMe SSD, can adversely affect airflow around a Samsung NVMe SSD
which may lead to performance degradation. Therefore, please ensure
there is appropriate airflow around your Samsung NVMe SSD.
Specifications
1) What is the physical size of a Samsung NVMe M.2 SSD? Will it fit my PC?
Samsung NVMe SSDs use the M.2 (2280) form factor. M.2 is an industry
standard, and M.2 SSDs typically measure 22mm in width. Various
standardized lengths range between 30mm and 110mm, with the 80mm
solution used by Samsung being the most common. This means that
Samsung NVMe SSDs are 22mm wide and 80mm long, and should
physically fit in the majority of M.2 slots on mainboards.
It is also important to note that Samsung NVMe M.2 SSDs are “single
sided” meaning that all components are mounted on just one side of the
PCB, ensuring a relatively “flat” profile that fits in virtually all M.2 slots.
2) Do Samsung NVMe M.2 SSDs have hardware encryption?
Samsung NVMe SSDs provide internal hardware encryption of all data
stored on the SSD, including the operating system. Data is decrypted
through a pre-boot authentication process. Because all user data is
encrypted, private information is protected against loss or theft.
Encryption is done by hardware, which provides a safer environment
without sacrificing performance.
The encryption methods provided by each Samsung NVMe SSD are:
AES (Advanced Encryption Standard, Class0 SED) TCG/OPAL, and eDrive
Please note that you cannot use more than one encryption method
simultaneously.
3) Do Samsung NVMe M.2 SSDs support TCG Opal?
TCG Opal is supported by Samsung NVMe SSDs (960EVO / PRO and
newer). It is an authentication method that employs the protocol specified
by the Trusted Computing Group (TCG) meaning that you will need to
install TCG software supplied by a TCG OPAL software development
company.
User authentication is done by pre-boot authentication provided by the
software.
For more detailed information and instructions, please contact a TCG
software company. In addition, TCG/opal can only be enabled / disabled
by using special security software.
Others
1) What is the difference between the 960PRO and 960EVO?
The EVO series is designed for demanding mainstream users, while the
PRO series is destined for users with very high workload requirements for
their SSD, and the need for high capacities.
2) What is an AIC?
AIC stands for Add-in-Card and it is essentially an adapter that allows
connection of a Samsung NVMe M.2 SSD to a standard PCIe x16 slot,
instead of an M.2 interface.
3) What is NVMe?
NVMe (Non-Volatile Memory Express) is a new storage protocol designed
to leverage the full performance potential of SSDs and the underlying
NAND Flash technology, by eliminating the performance bottleneck
imposed by the previous storage protocol - SATA - which had been
optimized for far slower hard disk drives.
Utilizing this new protocol, NVMe SSDs currently outperform SATA based
SSDs by a factor of 6-7 times, with significant upward potential in the future.
4) What is PCIe?
PCIe (Peripheral Component Interconnect Express) is a well-established
and versatile interface. Because of its prevalence (used for Graphic
Cards etc.) and high data throughput capability PCIe was adopted by
the storage industry to replace the much older and constrained SATA
interface for the next generation of SSDs.
Adoption of PCIe, combined with other factors, enable NVMe SSDs to
outperform SATA based SSDs by a factor of 6-7 times, with significant
upward potential in the future thanks to the scalability of PCIe.
5) What is M.2?
M.2 is a form-factor describing the physical dimensions and connector
used for M.2 SSDs. It was primarily designed to incorporate the new PCIe
interface and NVMe protocol in SSDs, and to reduce the overall footprint
of storage media from the former HDD based 2.5 inch standard dimension.
6) Will a Samsung NVMe M.2 SSD function in a PCIe x1 slot?
A Samsung NVMe SSD is not compatible with a PCIe x1 slot.
7) What is an “M-Key”? What is a “B-Key”?
“M” and “B” are different connector types for M.2 slots. A “B-Key” enables
SATA or PCIe NVMe SSDs using up to 2 PCIe lanes, and an “M-Key” enables
using up to 4 PCIe lanes.
Please note that Samsung NVMe SSDs use the “M-Key” (to leverage PCIe
x4 for maximum performance) and cannot be plugged into an M.2 slot
with a “B-Key”.
Technical specifications
960 PRO
960 EVO
Usage application
Client PCs
Interface
PCIe Gen 3.0 x4, NVMe 1.2
Model name
Capacity1
Hardware
information
Performance
(Max.)
MZ-V6P512
MZ-V6P1T0
MZ-V6P2T0
MZ-V6E250
MZ-V6E500
MZ-V6E1T0
512 GB
1 TB (1,024 GB)
2 TB (2,048 GB)
250 GB
500 GB
1 TB (1,000 GB)
Controller
Samsung Polaris Controller
NAND flash memory
DRAM cache memory
Samsung V-NAND flash memory
512 MB LP DDR3
512 MB LP DDR3
Max. 80.15 x 22.15 x 2.38 (mm)
Form-factor
M.2 (2280)2
Sequential read
3,500 MB/s
Sequential write3
2,100 MB/s
Random read (QD1, Thread1)
Random write (QD1, Thread1)
1,800 MB/s
1,900 MB/s
14K IOPS
50K IOPS
50K IOPS
Random read (QD32, Thread4)
330K IOPS
440K IOPS
440K IOPS
330K IOPS
330K IOPS
380K IOPS
Random write (QD32, Thread4)
330K IOPS
360K IOPS
360K IOPS
300K IOPS
330K IOPS
360K IOPS
40 mW
40 mW
Active read (Average, Typ.)
5.1 W
5.3 W
5.8 W
5.3 W
5.4 W
5.7 W
Active write (Average, Typ.)
4.7 W
5.2 W
5.2 W
4.2 W
4.4 W
4.8 W
DEVSLP (L1.2 mode, Typ.)
5 mW
5 mW
8 mW
5 mW
AES 256-bit for user data encryption, TCG/Opal
Supporting features
TRIM (Required OS support), Garbage Collection, S.M.A.R.T
Operating
0 ~ 70°C
Non-operating
-45 ~ 85°C
Shock
Non-operating
1,500G, duration: 0.5ms, 3 axis
Vibration
Non-operating
20 ~ 2,000Hz, 20G
Reliability
MTBF
Humidity
5% to 95%, non-condensing
Weight (Max.)
Warranty
1 GB LP DDR3
3,200 MB/s
1,500 MB/s
14K IOPS
Data security
Temperature
Samsung V-NAND 3bit MLC flash memory
2 GB LP DDR3
Dimension
Idle (Typ.)
Power
consumption4
1 GB LP DDR3
Total Bytes Written
1.5 million hours
8.3 g
8.5 g
9g
7.7 g
8g
8g
400 TBW5
800 TBW
1,200 TBW
100 TBW
200 TBW
400 TBW
Period
5-year limited
3-year limited
1.1 GB=1,000,000,000 bytes by IDEMA. A certain portion of capacity may be used for system file and maintenance use, so the actual capacity may differ from what is indicated on
the product label.
2.M.2 is a specification of form factor for ultra-thin PCs. The M.2 standard allows widths 12, 16, 22 and 30 mm and lengths of 16, 26, 30, 38, 42, 69, 80 and 110 mm, Commercially M.2
is popular with width 22 mm and lengths 30, 42, 60, 80 and 110 mm. Samsung provides the most popular form factor with 22 mm x 80 mm model (i.e., 2280) for user convenience.
3.Sequential performance measurements based on CrystalDiskMark 5.1.2, and random performance measurements based on Iometer 1.1.0. Performance may vary based on SSD’s
firmware version, system hardware & configuration. Test system configuration: Intel® Core i7-6700K @ 4.0 GHz, DDR4 1,700 MHz 16 GB, OS – Windows® 10 Pro x64, ASROCK™
Z170 EXTREME 7 For 960 EVO, sequential write performance measurements based on TurboWrite technology. These sequential write performance after TurboWrite region are
300 MB/s (250 GB), 600 MB/s (500 GB) and 1,200 MB/s (1 TB). Random write performance measurements based on TurboWrite technology. These random write performance
after TurboWrite region are 80,000 IOPS (250 GB), 160,000 IOPS (500 GB) and 300,000 IOPS (1 TB).
4.Power consumption measured with IOmeter 1.1.0 with Intel i7-5820K @ 3.3 GHz, DDR4 8 GB, ASUS® x99-M WS/SE, OS-Windows10 Pro x64 and APST on.
5. TBW means Terabytes Written.
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