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    Intel launches 660p Series QLC value NVMe SSDs

    Utilises 64-layer 3D QLC chips from the Intel/Micron joint venture plus SMI 2263 controller.
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    Re: Intel launches 660p Series QLC value NVMe SSDs

    "available in capacities of 512MB, 1TB, and 2TB, priced at $99, $199, and $399 respectively"
    I think there is a typo, should be 512GB not MB.

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    Re: Intel launches 660p Series QLC value NVMe SSDs

    But will these actually make it to market before they're irrelevant? The 760p seemed like a good deal when it was first 'launched', but it was hard to find even months later, and even now when it's in stock it's way overpriced vs the competition.

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