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Micron Announces SATA And NVMe SSDs With 3D For Client Market

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CaedenV

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So happy to see so many large m.2 drives entering the market. I am still a year or two off from doing a complete rebuild of my system, but would LOVE to have an 'affordable' 1-2TB m.2 SSD in it for the system drive. Really hoping to see 2TB m.2 well under $0.3/GB in that time.
 

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The larger capacity M.2 drives are great. Seeing more NVMe drives is even better!
 

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If people knew how garbage collectors work on an SSD or mechanical drive, they would start yelling at the technology. I am glad to see a bigger M.2 format of 1 Tb on the market, since Samsung has been procrastinating into this segment.
 
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