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I can wait.
And yes they are.

-sometime in the year 2024-

Newegg: Mushkin 1TB SSD $79.99!


User Black5Lion: "Yes! I knew waiting over 10 years would pay off and help me save a few hundred dollars!"
post #22 of 27
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-sometime in the year 2024-

Newegg: Mushkin 1TB SSD $79.99!


User Black5Lion: "Yes! I knew waiting over 10 years would pay off and help me save a few hundred dollars!"
Lol "few" but still "hundred" biggrin.gif
I'd still wait for one made by Crucial or Sammy though tongue.gif and I'd buy it from Amazon thumb.gif

Oh! BTW:
New name's Xifar.
Got it memorized?
post #23 of 27
let hope this drives down the price.
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It's about time.

SSD's will finally overtake the storage capacity away from traditional spinner type hard drives.

I don't have a need for huge capacity SSD's, but if they push the prices down for 500gb-1tb drives down then by all means!
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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.gif  
Well, the point of 3D NAND is capacity. It wouldn't necessarily be faster.
     
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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.gif  
Well, the point of 3D NAND is capacity. It wouldn't necessarily be faster.
If 3D NAND is going to be anything like 3D HBM, it should be quicker.
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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.gif  
Well, the point of 3D NAND is capacity. It wouldn't necessarily be faster.
If 3D NAND is going to be anything like 3D HBM, it should be quicker.
It's not. HBM uses a completely different architecture. 3D NAND doesn't.
All it does is make use of the third dimension to increase the amount of NAND flash you can fit in a given 2D area.

Samsung is already using 3D NAND in its 850 series drives.
     
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