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2T SSD SATA - $250
On 6/12/2018 1:12 PM, Paul wrote:
Direct Chinese marketing - no warranty, no nothing.
Except, it is MICRON branded.
My Micron, I bought, a USA-distribution of their 256G SSD,
cost me four-times, per GByte, more.
IOW if that same drive, cost adjusted for this one, it would have cost
me $30 instead of $120 I paid:
Half off the usual market value, still, does tend to bear a little
weight on plattered drives.
It uses 3D TLC and is rated at 400TBW. That means,
as a 2TB drive, you can write it end to end 200 times.
Suitable for backups, subject to that limit.
And there should be QLC based drives soon, so the price
might come down a tiny bit more. The TBW could be worse
on the QLC based drive (four bits stored per Flash cell,
Flash cells chained in cylindrical columns in the chip).
Only 200 writes per sector ?
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