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Old 24-07-17, 08:53 PM
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Western Digital reveals their X4 Four-Bits-Per-Cell NAND

Western Digital reveals their X4 Four-Bits-Per-Cell NAND.


Read more on Western Digital's X4 NAND.

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Old 24-07-17, 09:36 PM
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Even if it is slower, it's still plenty fast compared to an HDD and will still offer very large storage capacity. I'd buy it. If it was an M.2 NVMe drive then you wouldn't even notice the speed difference between this and a 960 Pro
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Even if it is slower, it's still plenty fast compared to an HDD and will still offer very large storage capacity. I'd buy it. If it was an M.2 NVMe drive then you wouldn't even notice the speed difference between this and a 960 Pro
This !

As long as it's around SSD speed or greater then that's good, We need to start seeing sanely priced large SSD's on the market.
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We need to start seeing sanely priced large SSD's on the market.
Yes, yes we do!
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