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    Reviews - Samsung 845DC PRO 800GB

    Does it live up to its datacentre credentials?
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    Re: Reviews - Samsung 845DC PRO 800GB

    Yet that's only one quiver in the PRO's bow.
    Don't know what on earth you were trying to do with that but it's not right. Try 1 arrow in the quiver or 1 string in the bow.

    Nice in depth review though.

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    Re: Reviews - Samsung 845DC PRO 800GB

    Right Jeeves I would like 10 of those Right now !!

    Great Review Tarinder, is the 3D V-NAND ever going to make it to consumer products in the near future?

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    Re: Reviews - Samsung 845DC PRO 800GB

    The 850 PRO, I believe, has the second-generation V-NAND technology baked in.

    http://www.samsung.com/global/busine.../overview.html

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    Re: Reviews - Samsung 845DC PRO 800GB

    Quote Originally Posted by Tarinder View Post
    The 850 PRO, I believe, has the second-generation V-NAND technology baked in.

    http://www.samsung.com/global/busine.../overview.html

    AnandTech out does Hexus with pweety little pics lol with Yellow, Red & Blue squares Woahhh! Eat your heart out

    http://www.anandtech.com/show/8216/s...r-the-3d-era/5

    Look like really impressive Drives, I'll wait until they are out and 'Tested' by others before getting one or two myself

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    Re: Reviews - Samsung 845DC PRO 800GB

    Quote Originally Posted by Tarinder View Post
    The 850 PRO, I believe, has the second-generation V-NAND technology baked in.

    http://www.samsung.com/global/busine.../overview.html
    It's actually 3D NAND Flash, designed for more storage, faster transfer rates, lower energy use and higher reliability.
    I wonder where the 3D reminds me of? I think i'll take a trip down to Ivy Bridge to find out.
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