Thread: 3.84tb ssd

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    3.84tb ssd

    So samsung has begun making a 3.84TB SSD for enterprise applications. Price tag on it is $2200. It's a nice drive.


    http://www.samsung.com/us/business/c...ves/MZ-7LM3T8E

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    Linus already has a video about it, link for the lazies - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJBeTJB5qWU

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soisoisoi View Post
    Linus already has a video about it, link for the lazies - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJBeTJB5qWU
    I already watched the video. Didn't see a reason to link it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mayhem008 View Post
    I already watched the video. Didn't see a reason to link it.
    *Shrug* saves reading about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mayhem008 View Post
    I already watched the video. Didn't see a reason to link it.
    Someone's salty lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by rawhammer View Post
    Someone's salty lol
    Not at all

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    well 1 SSD for the same price as my computer and mouse+keyboard. Seems worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crillam View Post
    well 1 SSD for the same price as my computer and mouse+keyboard. Seems worth it.
    .... and it's not even pcie
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crillam View Post
    well 1 SSD for the same price as my computer and mouse+keyboard. Seems worth it.
    As Linus said, its not about it being worth it, its about the fact that it exists and eventually it will be there on the consumer grade market. Imagine just having enough space with one ssd and then just one HDD for back up. Can't wait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lockblock View Post
    .... and it's not even pcie
    No real reason for it to be. It's way easier to stack a lot of SATA ports. It's an enterprise SSD.


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