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Think I will wait for the 280 mark since it's not really something I need..
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could really use an ebay 20% off coupon right about now lol

combined with eBay bucks certificate, this deal would have been supreme
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could really use an ebay 20% off coupon right about now lol

combined with eBay bucks certificate, this deal would have been supreme
I picked up 1 for $300 with that 20% father's day code. This drive is noticeably faster than the 500GB
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could really use an ebay 20% off coupon right about now lol

combined with eBay bucks certificate, this deal would have been supreme
just what i was thinkin'
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EVO is not MLC. TLC.
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EVO is not MLC. TLC.
Their site shows MLC
NAND Flash
Samsung V-NAND 3-bit MLC

https://www.samsung.com/us/comput...-v7e1t0bw/
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Their site shows MLC
NAND Flash
Samsung V-NAND 3-bit MLC

https://www.samsung.com/us/comput...-v7e1t0bw/
Someone on a prior thread explained that 3bit MLC is just marketing speak for TLC. 2bit MLC is the better kind. That said, the consensus is that even the 3bit MLC from Samsung is better than most true MLC from other brands and that this is an amazing drive
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Their site shows MLC
NAND Flash
Samsung V-NAND 3-bit MLC

https://www.samsung.com/us/comput...-v7e1t0bw/ [samsung.com]
Then QLC is 4-bit MLC?
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Then QLC is 4-bit MLC?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multi-level_cell

MLC just means "Mulit-Level Cell" so technically...anything besides SLC IS MLC. How many Levels is where TLC and QLC get their prefix.

Edit: "Triple-level cells (TLC) and quad-level cells (QLC) are versions of MLC memory, which can store 3 and 4 bits per cell, respectively. Note that due to the convention, the name "multi-level cell" is sometimes used specifically to refer to the "two-level cell", which is slightly confusing. Overall, the memories are named as follows:
SLC (1 bit per cell) - fastest, highest cost
MLC (2 bits per cell)
TLC (3 bits per cell)
QLC (4 bits per cell) - slowest, least cost"
Did someone go edit the wiki page after this deal?
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Their site shows MLC
NAND Flash
Samsung V-NAND 3-bit MLC

https://www.samsung.com/us/comput...-v7e1t0bw/ [samsung.com]
Where is 3-bit MLC? I'm searching and can't find MLC or TLC...or "layer"...
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Where is 3-bit MLC? I'm searching and can't find MLC or TLC...or "layer"...
"Click on "SEE ALL SPECS" on that page. Under "NAND Flash" it states "Samsung V-NAND 3-bit MLC."

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Just replaced my hdd with 500GB of this. Incredibly Fast, incredibly quiet!
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Damn it. Just bought the smaller version of this. I would have rather had the 1tb
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Damn it. Just bought the smaller version of this. I would have rather had the 1tb
If you just bought it, I'd return it. The 1TB has better specs, and some testing that I saw (sorry, can't remember where) suggested that all capacities are slower when they are fuller. So, e.g., a if you got the 500GB and you have 300GB of data on it (roughly 60% full), it will be even slower than the 1TB would be would 300GB on it (about 30% full). And, the 1TB starts out faster than the 500GB, when both are empty.
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