[Canada Computers] Intel 660p 1tb nvme QLC SSD $134.99
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- April 30, 2019
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1TB drive: 200TB Total Bytes
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Yeah. After a few years of testing we have started putting Database server purely on MLC. Even storages in servers are in TLC these days. I still haven't had one failed (thought I only use enterprise level SSD in servers)lincoln wrote: ↑Apr 30th, 2019 2:17 pm1TB drive: Total Bytes
Written (TBW), approximately
109GB per day for 5 years
https://content.crucial.com/content/dam ... tflyer.pdf
It's hilarious how people are worried about endurance. How many people write 109GB per day?
TLC has about 5x the endurance, so literally it would take you 25 years @ 109GB. MLC is 5x TLC endurance, so literally 125 years.
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This is what I want to see.lincoln wrote: ↑Apr 30th, 2019 1:38 pmWestern Digital, Samsung and Intel just reported excessive inventory and expect pricing weakness throughout 2019.
$135 is a really good price though.
"Western Digital fiscal Q3 clocked by inventory writedown"
Western Digital took inventory charges of $110 million in cost of revenue in the fiscal third quarter. Western Digital also missed its second quarter targets.
https://www.zdnet.com/article/western-d ... writedown/
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You probably already know this but the only difference between a consumer SSD and enterprise level SSD is the size of the NAND provisioning on the drive, so more blocks can be retired without data loss. Enterprise QLC will follow the same policy of adding more provisioning.Cucumference wrote: ↑Apr 30th, 2019 2:21 pmYeah. After a few years of testing we have started putting Database server purely on MLC. Even storages in servers are in TLC these days. I still haven't had one failed (thought I only use enterprise level SSD in servers)
I'm sure TLC can replace MLC and QLC can replace TLC in that scenario. Though I just like to play it safe and pay extra.
For the consumer, I really can't imagine a scenario where QLC is a problem. There really isn't a downside to SSD as we can see beside the price. If anything spinning disk has more endurance and reliability concern.
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