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    Intel Optane H10 bulks up with QLC 3D NAND storage

    This modern hybrid (3D XPoint + NAND) storage device in an M.2 form factor will debut in H2.
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    Re: Intel Optane H10 bulks up with QLC 3D NAND storage

    Optane is so expensive though. In the mean time I'm happy to have just received my 2TB Intel NVMe 660p (from San). This'll be plenty fast enough for storing Steam library.

    My 1TB Samsung NVMe 970 EVO is for all my other Windows and app goodness.

    By the time this is considered slow Optane might be a more reasonable price.

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