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Higher capacity is always good, but we gotta see the prices come down too. biggrin.gif
post #12 of 27
Must get 4 of them and put in a RAID 0 array. wink.gif
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Must get 4 of them and put in a RAID 0 array. wink.gif

Meh, doesn't RAID increase latency (or something like that?).

 

Just wait for NVMe M.2 SSDs - they will be blazingly fast - well into the GB/s. The SM951 is AHCI and 2D and has performance many times better than your average SATA SSD.

Just imagine what an NVMe 3D M.2 could accomplish :drool: 

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"Chewing gum size"

All of these buzzwords are confusing me.
Agreed...Are we talking Bazooka Joe, Wrigley's, Hubba Bubba, Big League...etc? Need more specifics, but I do have two kidneys.
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"Chewing gum size"

All of these buzzwords are confusing me.

I wonfer what it taste like.
 
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Probably a step backwards....but I want to see some 3.5 FF SSDs with immense storage capacity, at least...until we can start making smaller cases that dont have so much dead space that go to full 2.5 mounting.
We've gotten close before:


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post #17 of 27
I just want a 1TB SSD for under $80 thumb.gif
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I just want a 1TB SSD for under $80 thumb.gif

Lol, even HDDs are not that cheap.
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Lol, even HDDs are not that cheap.
I can wait.
And yes they are.
post #20 of 27
1TB would be a primo size for me smile.gif
I don't picture myself maxing out 1TB with most games and programs. I would still use a standard HDD for music, video and picutres. Offline games may go there as well since loading screens aren't as big a deal when you're playing alone.
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