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Coming soon: Extra large volumes for recognized SSDs

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Do you have free money and demand as much storage space as possible on your system? Now you can invest it in the updated and sophisticated 970 EVO model , Or WD Blue in a SATA configuration that will finally inflate to an impressive maximum volume of 4 terabytes.

In several stores Online in Europe The 4 is a terabyte of the Blue 3D Of Western Digital, which is based on three-dimensional TLC memories from the company (which became a chip manufacturer In practice with the acquisition of SanDisk) and Marvell's 88SS1074 controller.

4 terabytes for the masses?

The drive offers continuous transfer speeds of up to 560 megabytes per second and random performance of up to 95,000IOPS with small 4KB files, thereby joining a very limited number of home market products that reach a volume of 2 terabytes - except for the 860 family models (PRO / EVO / QVO) You will find it difficult to find other products in this category, and this may also show the significant relative advantage of the product with a price tag currently exceeding 546 Euro including VAT, and significantly cheaper than the corresponding TLC models of In the same volume.

The 860 EVO model The 4 terabytes will cost you about 810 dollars including VAT and shipping - making the price shown for the drive's More likely suddenly

We still do not know when we'll see the This is also widely available in online stores like או , But let's hope it happens soon - and that it won't be the only new 4 terabyte around here in the near future.

Another intriguing new model was observed Some stores Network A good drive is a powerful 970 PRO from , With the Phoenix Giant developed by the Korean giant and its three-dimensional MLC chips - in the size of 2 terabytes in the familiar M.2 configuration, instead of only 512GB or one terabyte available to date.

The 970 EVO model It was also available from the beginning on 2 terabytes - with its more advanced sibling having to settle for more modest volume due to the relative storage density limitations of MLC chips versus TLC chips

The 970 PRO is also today a flagship for SSD drives in the personal market, and therefore retains an extremely high price tag of 375 dollars (excluding VAT or shipping) for Terabytes - but those who cash can not be a limitation for them. Obtain the double volume of the drive now At a price which stands at not less than 8,888 Chinese Yuan, About 1,320 (!) Dollars. Really not sure that this will be the final and official price of the 2 terabytes in question, and we certainly hope for a slightly more reasonable official recommendation - but for now this is the net cost.

Brave Price Only - Let's hope we get a wide international launch soon and also a slightly more reasonable cost. Anyone said 900 dollars?

updating: Quite bizarrely, Has decided to officially deny the existence of a 2 terabyte version for the 970 PRO at this stage, although there is , Prices and model numbers for it in several different and parallel sources on the network. Are they fraudulent, or is Samsung simply looking for a slightly later timing for its public announcement? We'll probably know more soon.


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  1. Meanwhile, Intel's new Octane, breaking record highs - 27,000 in PASSMARK ... crazy.

    To think that a year ago did not reach 20 thousand, and that SSDs with SATA connection do not pass 5,000 ...

    Such a performance revolution as it has been in the past year (since Fall 2018) I can't remember long ago. It is worth doing about this article.

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