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Strongly recommend against using for Macbook Pro 2017 model
Reviewed in the United States on September 10, 2018
If you have this model "MacBookPro11,4" then I would recommend against purchasing this SSD. It will crash with kernel panics during heavy operations and sadly no one has yet to leave this type of review. If you want to test it then install Virtualbox and attempt to install Windows 7 or perhaps Windows 10, it is a large enough i/o operation to create a kernel panic reliably.
The SSD is fast, but it is well documented in various mac forums online and hackintosh forums that this particular SSD is problematic during large i/o copy operations on macOS in general. They do have hacked NVMe drivers to try and negate the issue, but there are no simple binaries for you to try on your actual macbook, you'd have to create them yourself using their tools. If you fail then guess what... you've potentially corrupted your file system or borked your system because you were messing with a file system level driver. (Maybe partition your drive so that you can boot into 2 different macOS systems while you work this out?)
Good luck to you perfecting your driver. Maybe Apple will release an update to fix these issues, but I would not be holding my breath for it. It's doubtful too that Samsung will spend the time to update their firmware to avoid the fatal kernel panic during large i/o operations under macOS. The issue does not occur under Linux or Windows on macbook hardware, only macOS.