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Samsung 1TB 860 EVO SSD $199.99 at B&H

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B&H has the Samsung 1TB 860 EVO SSD for $199.99, tax in NY and NJ only (enjoy it while it lasts), and free shipping.

Samsung 1TB 860 EVO SATA III 2.5" Internal SSD MFR # MZ-76E1T0B/AM

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...ernal.html
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This is the 860 not the 960 NVMe M.2
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Quote from WhatsYoFlava
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This is the 860 not the 960 NVMe M.2
Corrected, sorry.
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Samsung is manufacturing 4TB,2TB and 1TB QLC SSDs so under $200 for 1TB will be normal price expect samsung $150 1TB ssd's soon

https://www.pcmag.com/news/362953...r-4tb-ssds
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Samsung is manufacturing 4TB,2TB and 1TB QLC SSDs so under $200 for 1TB will be normal price expect samsung $150 1TB ssd's soon

https://www.pcmag.com/news/362953...r-4tb-ssds
QLC vs TLC. I'd take TLC anytime. although, I'd take MLC over TLC.LMAO
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QLC vs TLC. I'd take TLC anytime. although, I'd take MLC over TLC.LMAO
That my thought too. QLC will be even worse than TLC in terms durability. The only way I see myself investing in QLC SSDs is for NAS, where files are all static mostly, no writing or erasing done over time. For my cache drive or a boot drive, I need at least TLC, but prefer pure MLC.
But I am sure some day all manufacturers will come up with techniques to increase the write cycle per cell in NAND, but right now QLC is too mature IMO.

Can't wait to replace all my HDDs in my NAS to SSD in the near future!!!!
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