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TeamGroup Crams 8TB of Flash Into an M.2 SSD


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TeamGroup has introduced its new lineup of inexpensive SSDs featuring a PCIe 3.0 x4 interface and designed for users who need up to 8TB of capacity and can cope with average performance. The company's MP34Q drives use 3D QLC flash and can be used to replace HDDs of modest capacity. The drives start at $300. 

 

TeamGroup's MP34Q is aimed at applications that need a 2TB, 4TB, or 8TB NAND flash storage, but which will be good with an up to 3400MB/s sequential read speed and an up to 3000MB/s sequential write speed (with SLC caching). In addition, to ensure decent performance, the drives support DRAM caching. 

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Only thing I can comment is that Sabrent make some solid drives. I am currently using the 2x 2TB Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus drives and they are great. Great drives for the price as well to be honest. I use to be a firm lover of the Samsun Evo Pro drives, but for the price vs Sabrent offering, Samsung just does not seem worth it, to me anyway. 

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