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QLC with DRAM buffer.

While these are about the most solid QLC offering you will find, it's still not going to have the longevity & write endurance of a TLC NAND.

Not sure if this a good price as it tends to hover at just over $100 usually. Not a bad price, and Intel SSDs are fairly solid and reliable. That said, you will pay $20+ typically if you want fairly decent TLC NVMe, like from Inland or SP.
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