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For all practical purposes, it's really a toss up re: performance between these two SSDs. In particular for gaming, they will be about the same.
1) Differences in warrantied Terabytes Written (TBW) endurance: Crucial MX500 is warrantied to 360TBW (for 1TB SSD) while Samsung 860 Evo is warrantied to 600TBW (for 1TB SSD). Both are more than vast majority of typical consumers will ever use. Question will be whether your use case would favor one over the other (will you be moving large files back and forth, for video editing for example?).
Note: Everyone's use case is different, but for reference I've had my SSD boot drive for about a year now and I have not yet hit 4TBW (b/c I store most of my games on a separate hard drive). And if I were to move all my games over to my SSD, I'd still be under 5TBW so far (like 5.5TBW). Just sharing for some perspective on how "big" 360TBW is and how much bigger 600TBW is beyond that. From a practical perspective, you will run out of the 5 year warranty long before you will every likely run out of TBW for either drive.
2) Prices vary based on sales. Right now, the Crucial is about $13 less expensive than the Samsung (for respective 1TB models).
3) Cloning Software. Both SSDs use different software for cloning drives. Both are good. Samsung's cloning software is just a little bit better in that it is able to clone more drives (in particular drives from proprietary computer manufacturers). Crucial uses Acronis True Image which is also pretty darn good. If you're building a new machine from scratch (and not cloning), then this doesn't really matter. If you may be concerned about cloning a HDD onto this SSD and that your computer builder is known for proprietary software, then you may want to opt for Samsung for a little extra assurance.
4) SSD Management & Optimization Software: Crucial uses Crucial Storage Executive while Samsung uses Samsung Magician. Both are good, but they are different. One is not better than the other.
So all that said, the Crucial is likely the better deal for you, unless you're concerned about being able to clone an HDD to the SSD.
they are saying that these models are the best for 1080p
which one of these two monitors is better? I would mainly use it for some semi-serious competitive gaming (fast paced shooters), but also for some single player games (PC and PS4). I can't seem to find any review for the AOC C27G1 and from what I've seen the Samsung model has gotten some polarising feedback from it's purchasers (and it's more expensive than the AOC).
I have worries and thoughts is that a lot of people say that they dont recommend more than 24 for 1080p.
in this thing I don't know what it will happen if I will buy this 27 1080p monitor?
I mean for low pixels indentcity and more issues
can you tell me please?
from these 2 AOC C27G1, and Samsung C27FG73, which from these 2
you believe that is better in everything? colors , less problems contrast bleeding and more problems, and etc?
which you believe has the best picture quality for gaming and movies/
from these 2?
also did you see the photo which i send ,you with my chair and the monitor??
i mean did you see the distance which i am between my chair and the monitor?
so is it worth to buy 27 1080P size in the distance which i am ?? by seeing the picture will i have problems with the 1080P monitor?