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2nd generation 4-bit MLC technology that delivers fast read/write speeds of 560/530 MB/s*
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Looking for 8tb ssd for my qnap server. this seemed like a good deal
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870 EVO should be at this price
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Someday this will be mine.
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8TB? wow
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Bought qty 4 for my smb server
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Remember kids, 4-Bit MLC = QLC
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Quote from spittlbm :
I only use full-height drives. Don't trust these flimsy thin drives.
They're just OK for roof shingling. They really excel at storing data.
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I absolutely love that bigger format SSDs are finally starting to go on sale.

Now I just need to wait a little longer for that 100TB Nimbus Data SSD goes on sale. $40,000 is still a bit too steep for my blood.
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20 years ago, it could barely hold 8GB in this size
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Quote from Half Decaf :
Someday this will be mine.
Wait 10 years and and 8tb will be today's 2tb.
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Too bad it is QVO and not EVO
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This is a real slow SSD. I would not recommend it. 870 EVO cost a little more, but a lot better performance.

Micron is shipping a 232-layer NAND that brings higher density and performance with potentially lower costs, starting on the client side before moving to the data center.

SSD prices are dropping 60% in 6 months.
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