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steve149

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Well it is TLC memory which is the cheapest to produce and subsequently has the lowest number of read/write cycles before failure.
I personally would not buy any ssd that employs TLC NAND.
 
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steve149

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Well it is TLC memory which is the cheapest to produce and subsequently has the lowest number of read/write cycles before failure.
I personally would not buy any ssd that employs TLC NAND.
Libraries don't have many write cycles, so it should be OK for a non-OS drive .. but they need to work on their part numbers: MTFDDAK2T0TBN-1AR1ZABYY
 
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