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Old 22-05-18, 02:48 PM
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Intel and Micron launch 96-layer TLC and 64-layer QLC NAND

Both technologies will help increase storage densities and lower cost/GB.



Read more about Intel/Micron's 96-layer TLC and 64-layer QLC NAND memory.

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Old 22-05-18, 04:03 PM
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Give me the option of buying a 4TB SSD for a sane price and I'll finally be rid of the click click of HDD's
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about time the capacity went up and price came down
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Both technologies will help increase storage densities and lower cost/GB.
For them. Edit. If I had a quid for every time I have heard that BS I would be rich.
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Give me the option of buying a 4TB SSD for a sane price and I'll finally be rid of the click click of HDD's
He he yeah. Looking for an affordable 2TB M.2 Samsung 970 Evo for the main drive and the 2/4TB SATA variety for storage. Good luck to me...
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