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So for an low end to average user ignore MLC vs TLC?

Also what is driving the prices on SSD lately? Glad to see it happening but wondering if I should hold off to see if there are further price drops.
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Is the technology that this drive uses decent? The newer drives say 3D nand. This says MLC. What's the difference?
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Is the technology that this drive uses decent? The newer drives say 3D nand. This says MLC. What's the difference?
Short answer: MLC is expensive, old tech but longer life span. TLC is newer, cheaper but life.

Both MLC and TLC drives are about the same price.

Use a brand that has a good warranty like Intel and Samsung.

Long answer: Read this to know everything about SSD.
https://www.mydigitaldiscount.com...flash.html
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Short answer: MLC is cheaper, old tech with shorter life span. TLC is newer, expensive and longer life. Yes you can find TLC drives for same price.

Long answer: Read this to know everything about SSD.
https://www.mydigitaldiscount.com...flash.html [mydigitaldiscount.com]
I'm looking at the linked page. It looks like the table at the end is saying that MLC is faster and has a longer life than TLC. Am I reading it wrong or did you reverse the names in your comment?
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Short answer: MLC is cheaper, old tech with shorter life span. TLC is newer, expensive and longer life. Yes you can find TLC drives for same price.

Long answer: Read this to know everything about SSD.
https://www.mydigitaldiscount.com...flash.html
the other way around bud. also majority of consumers need not care about the differences between tlc and mlc
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the other way around bud. also majority of consumers need not care about the differences between tlc and mlc
Yep, thanks!
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I'm looking at the linked page. It looks like the table at the end is saying that MLC is faster and has a longer life than TLC. Am I reading it wrong or did you reverse the names in your comment?
I reversed it. Sorry for the confusion.
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Short answer: MLC is cheaper, old tech with shorter life span. TLC is newer, expensive and longer life. Yes you can find TLC drives for same price.

Long answer: Read this to know everything about SSD.
https://www.mydigitaldiscount.com...flash.html
It is the other way around. Generally, TLC is cheaper to manufacture but is slower and has lower endurance compared to MLC.
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So for an low end to average user ignore MLC vs TLC?

Also what is driving the prices on SSD lately? Glad to see it happening but wondering if I should hold off to see if there are further price drops.
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Short answer: MLC is expensive, old tech but longer life span. TLC is newer, cheaper but life.

Both MLC and TLC drives are about the same price.

Use a brand that has a good warranty like Intel and Samsung.

Long answer: Read this to know everything about SSD.
https://www.mydigitaldiscount.com...flash.html
Thank You!
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weird, the same deal did not get any attention last time.
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dang brahs, ssds getting so cheap.

getting tempted to replace all ol' spinners..
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Still no good deals on the TB drives
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MLC , wow, that is cool
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