What can a PM863 be compared to? 850 Pro?
Real shame you aren't located in the EU otherwise I would took them.They may be a similar "generation", both the 850 pro and the 863 series use 32-layer V-NAND. There usage characteristics are pretty different in my experience. I have always had performance problems with the consumer 850 series in any kind of ZFS or raid array. These never had that issue and they have power loss protection.
That price on the 4608 is insane right? Insanely cheap no?Hello,
Have two separate bundles of Samsung enterprise SSD available. All are very low usage just pulled from datacenter, the below imgur link has photos and some sample SMART data. The drives are listed individually elsewhere but wanted to offer the bulk deal to STH. Also added 8/6 an Intel P4608 6.4 TB HHHL NVME card, Oracle OEM, very low usage. Added 8/7 2x Supermicro SuperServer 5018D-FN4T w/ 32GB DDR4 ECC each. Prices below.
photos: STH Sale Samsung SSD, Supermicro Servers
Lot1: Five(5) x Samsung PM863 960GB
price = $425.00 + free shipping
Lot2: 2 (two) x Samsung PM863A 3.84 TB
price = $800.00 + free shipping
Intel P4608 6.4TB HHHL NVME AIC
price = $1400.00 + free shipping
Supermicro SuperServer 5018D-FN4T (2x identical available)
Xeon-D 1541 with 32GB DDR4 ECC each
price = $700.00 + shipping /each OR $1300.00 + shipping for both
Only ship to USA, can coordinate pickup in NJ/NY area. Thanks