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"As mentioned, Micron only glossed over the information, but we know Micron's 3D NAND flash uses 32 stacked layers to reach 256Gbit density. This is twice the current density of 16nm planar NAND density per die. The new flash should also cut the manufacturing costs in half. The existing 16nm and new 3D NAND share the same wafer size but the new part should double the density."

http://www.tomshardware.com/news/crucial-mx300-3d-flash-micron,31590.html

It sounds like details were not explicitly given on the process used.
 

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I'm Dutch speaking so here ya go:

http://tweakers.net/nieuws/110267/micron-brengt-crucial-mx300-ssds-met-3d-nand-deze-zomer-uit.html

English "google translate" version I guess...
https://translate.google.be/translate?sl=nl&tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=nl&ie=UTF-8&u=http%3A%2F%2Ftweakers.net%2Fnieuws%2F110267%2Fmicron-brengt-crucial-mx300-ssds-met-3d-nand-deze-zomer-uit.html&edit-text=

FINALLY a crucial 2TB... at least for me! I've got 3 PC's @ home with various Crucial ssd's.

Mailed them a month ago or something bout how long I have too wait
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Don't wanted to buy Samsung...

Finally my games can copy/paste to it. And boy I'll enjoy the silence when a virusscan is running
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The only thing that matters now is price per GB. We are a stage in which SSD performance is uniform regardless of what random benchmarks say. After testing several SSD's I can say that I see no difference between them so now the really important thing is to see 500/512GB SSD's for the same price as current 256/240 ones.
 

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Originally Posted by Liranan View Post

The only thing that matters now is price per GB. We are a stage in which SSD performance is uniform regardless of what random benchmarks say. After testing several SSD's I can say that I see no difference between them so now the really important thing is to see 500/512GB SSD's for the same price as current 256/240 ones.
+1

All I want is a 4TB SSD, When will manufacturers know that they can't temp us anymore with their stupidly small capacities.
 

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Originally Posted by Snappy Phoenix View Post

+1

All I want is a 4TB SSD, When will manufacturers know that they can't temp us anymore with their stupidly small capacities.
At least the small 120GB ones are already phasing out. I'd expect 250GB drives to be phased out next year or so with new models...hopefully.
 
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