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Storage makers introduced their newest SSD lines with TLC.

SSD’s companies like Samsung, Intel, Plextor, and Others are building there next generation of SSD’s using brand new TLC flash nand. I have seen a few sites claim this will make them cheaper and more reliable. I am sure each company has their own claims about their drive. Has anyone tested/compared these drives, can you send me a link or review. I am interested in this new TLC nand and the future of consumer SSD’s.

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Cheaper?

I don't think so, at least not just yet. But they do pack more in the same amount of area. I think Samsung has been doing it and their price isn't cheaper.

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That's very old news.
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Probably my mistake,

I was thinking OP referring to 3D TLC.

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