Winners: Best Storage of 2018

With each year that passes, SSDs get faster and faster and HDDs get more and more storage capacity. So who does storage best? 

Winner: Best SATA SSD

Hitting the sweet spot for price and performance, the SATA SSD scene is intensely competitive with many choices. Which one hit the mark this time around?

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 Samsung 860 Pro

 Samsung 860 Pro

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Full list of Best SATA SSD finalists:

 HyperX Fury RGB SSD

 HyperX Fury RGB SSD

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 Samsung 860 Evo 

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 Seagate Barracuda SSD

 Seagate Barracuda SSD

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Winner: Best NVMe SSD

NVMe, or PCIe SSDs, deliver astounding read and write speeds and prices are falling, making this category red hot, especially as new players have entered the market! 

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Samsung 970 Pro

Samsung 970 Pro

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Full list of Best NVMe SSD finalists:

Crucial P1 

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Intel Optane 800P

Intel Optane 800P

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Intel SSD 660P

Intel SSD 660P

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Samsung 970 Evo

Samsung 970 Evo

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WD Black NVMe SSD (2018)

WD Black NVMe SSD (2018)

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Finalists: Best HDD Company

The venerable mechanical spinner plays an essential role in mass storage, and hard drives keep on getting bigger and quicker.

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Seagate logo

Seagate

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Full list of Best HDD Company finalists:

Toshiba logo

Toshiba

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WD logo

WD

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