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When is this supposed to be released? I have about 1 month untill this have to be 100% up and running
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The Evo uses triple layered NAND, so it's most likely going to be a little less durable than the Pro or 830 despite the identical advertised MTBF.

If you can wait their V-NAND drives are currently in production and shouldn't be too far from release. Those will be more reliable.
http://www.storagereview.com/samsung_3d_vnand_production_announced


That's targeted for enterprise. More likely than not, you can buy 2 or more Samsung 840 EVO 1TB for the price of one of those things. Again, even TLC NAND at high capacities still translates to a lot of writes: e.g. 500TiB for 500GB model or 14 years at 100GiB NAND writes per day.
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If anyone is looking for a Samsung SSD.

Fry's has the 840 PRO 256GB for $89 today only.

It's in store only though, but it might be worth the drive depending on how far one is from you. It sells on newegg for $240 right now.
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That's targeted for enterprise. More likely than not, you can buy 2 or more Samsung 840 EVO 1TB for the price of one of those things. Again, even TLC NAND at high capacities still translates to a lot of writes: e.g. 500TiB for 500GB model or 14 years at 100GiB NAND writes per day.

Well the 3D NAND is supposed to be cheaper to make. I think this tech is going to be the beginning of a rapid decline in SSD prices. Or an incline in capacities at the same price. The first drives will be enterprise though, you're right. However, consumer drives will definitely follow closely behind.
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