The Fastest SSD 960GB-1TB for 2017 in IOPS and less than 400€

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  1. Pavlos

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    Hi,
    I am Owner of 3 SSD KINGSTON's.
    1st Kingston SVP100S2 (256GB).
    2nd Kingston Hyper X Fury (480GB).
    3rd Kingston Hyper X Savage (480GB).

    Now I need something 1st with Higher Capacity and 2nd with Higher IOPS.

    What is my options?

    I did a research and i found 2 models that looks interesting.
    1st Samsung 850 Pro 1TB.
    http://www.thessdreview.com/our-reviews/samsung-850-pro-ssd-review-showing-3d-v-nand/3/

    2nd Sandisk Extreme PRO SSD 960GB.
    http://www.thessdreview.com/our-reviews/sandisk-extreme-pro-ssd-review/4/

    Please give me the Best Today Solution.

    Thank You Very Much For Your Time !!!
     
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    No brainer... Samsung.
     
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    I spend it already my 100€ so I had only 300€.

    On Friday 24 February 2017, I order a Mushkin Reactor 1TB 7mm in 310€.

    The Last Days Samsung Price Went Way to Up for some reason.

    Today Sunday 26 February 2017, Samsung 850 Pro 1TB cost 510€ and I can't gather this money to buy it.

    The other options that I had compared by price was:
    260€ Toshiba Q300 960GB.
    261€ OCZ Trion 150 960GB.
    261€ Intense High 960GB.
    274€ Corsair Force Series LE 960GB.
    288€ Crucual MX300 1TB.
    299€ Patriot Blast 960GB.
    299€ SanDisk Ultra II 960GB.
    302€ Mushkin Reactor 1ΤΒ.
    311€ Kingston SSDNow UV400 960GB.

    Did I had any better option than Mushkin and if Yes What Was that and Why?
    Thank You for Your Reply.
     
    Last edited: Feb 26, 2017

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