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    Corsair MP400 NVMe SSD (4TB)

    Ramping up on capacity through QLC NAND. 8TB, anyone?
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    Re: Corsair MP400 NVMe SSD (4TB)

    Well I would like to see a greater line of PCI 4 lineup, how does Samsung compare to? And does relieability tests also exist?

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    Re: Corsair MP400 NVMe SSD (4TB)

    I love M2, due to how fast it is it means it's reached that same point mechanicals did when it comes to deciding which to purchase; cheapest per GB, and nothing else really matters (for most applications anyway, there is always space for stand out drives for stand out purposes)

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    Re: Corsair MP400 NVMe SSD (4TB)

    HOW WHY that price jump from 1tb to 4tb?
    Makes no sense and well you can stuff that price where the sun dont shine............. 4 tb hdd for storage works well enough for me.

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    Re: Corsair MP400 NVMe SSD (4TB)

    Quote Originally Posted by Rubarb View Post
    HOW WHY that price jump from 1tb to 4tb?
    Quote Originally Posted by HEXUS View Post
    Do understand the value-for-money metric takes an understandable hit as larger-capacity NAND chips are used in a space-limited M.2 form factor.
    Already answered.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rubarb View Post
    4 tb hdd for storage works well enough for me.
    OK, m.2 isn't for simple media storage though.

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    Re: Corsair MP400 NVMe SSD (4TB)

    pci-e gen 3 is going to become a form of mass storage most likely, with gen 4 the fast storage option.

    Won't be long before they figure out 16Tb+ drives for a competetive price (I know they already exist, but are crazy expensive).

    Obviously you take a hit to the longevity for that storage increase though, so you have to weigh that against what backup solution you have, though with Microsoft adding native SSD health data to Windows 10 in a forthcoming update, it should be easier to predict when a drive might fail rather than relying on the manufacturers software to tell you.
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