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Old 29-05-17, 10:14 PM
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Toshiba reveals their XG 5 series of M.2 NVMe SSDs

Toshiba has revealed their new XG 5 series of M.2 NVMe SSDs, using the companies new 64-layer 3D TLC NAND to offer premium performance levels.



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Old 29-05-17, 10:17 PM
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I hope it comes in at a good price. Pretty impressive performance from it. If they price it low enough it might just convince people to not want to spend more for a Samsung drive.
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For someone who absolutely loves black and blue themed builds, this will just fit perfectly. Especially since that blue on the drive is a very nice and solid blue

WYP though, not to be on your backside or anything, but how come you sometimes write s small extra section, which is identical to the bottom part, of the often bigger upper section in the article?... Such as this:

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"Using this SSD's SLC-Cache feature, the drive will treat a portion of this SSD as 1 bit per cell SLC NAND and use this portion of this SSD for new writes to then move this data into TLC NAND for future use."
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