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SSDs are on track to get bigger and cheaper thanks to PLC technology

SSDs are on track to get bigger and cheaper thanks to PLC technology

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  1. I can’t imagine how bad data retention will be on these. 2D TLC was pretty bad, 3D QLC isn’t much better, now PLC? I bet these will start losing retention in a matter of weeks.

  2. That’s 32 voltage levels. Durability is going to suck.

  3. I hope they still keep producing SSDs with a small capacity (like 250GB). At my work, we have workstations that we clone twice a year. A 250 GB drive takes 37 minutes to clone. A 500 GB drive takes more than 2 hours to clone. We’re already seeing 250 GB spinning disks being phased out in 3.5″…only kind to still get is 2.5″. Switching to M.2’s will require new cloners :/

  4. And we haven’t even got to addressing QLC’s shit endurance before we move on to 5LC.

  5. Yay ! More place to embed privacy invading devices !

  6. did you see the xpg gimmix? it’s dirt cheap and very good performance

  7. ITT&ITSR: People bitching about writing performance on SSDs while datahoarding on their HDDs…

    Fuck y’all doing?

  8. cold storage would be good for this.. other then that atm … not sure

  9. Everyone hates on QLC because of write performance once the cache is fulled. PLC is going to be a lot worse.

    There’s no point in having a 4TB PLC SSD drive if write performance takes a nose dive when trying to transfer a blu-ray rip..

  10. In other news, the industry is busy researching the next tech, HLC and the one after it – SLC.
    Breaking news! The industry is now divided on whether SLC has been released or not…

  11. I noticed that the space used in a 2.5″ SSD is only a fraction of what is available. Why can’t they simply use more space in a given enclosure rather then trying to cramp more into smaller spaces?

  12. I personally don’t trust SSDs for storage, since I had one die on me and it took three months of downloading with it (my first three months, so not much, but still). But I do plan to have one to run programs off of in my new desktop PC.

  13. Yeah, dumb choice of acronym. They could have gone to market with 5LC.

  14. I am prepping to buy a Synology and throw 5 8tb or 10tb drives in it. I am pretty sure those will be the last mechanical drives I ever buy.

  15. PLC is soooooo not r/DataHoarder material…QLC already comes with the requirement to keep enough free space for the SLC cache (and speeds drop hard once the cache is exhausted); and reduced durability (again, bad for regular mass transfers). PLC is just adding onto that even before QLC manages to be cost-effective enough.

  16. Interesting…but the higher density does end up taking a performance hit. I think the use case may be limited for the prosumer market…but enterprise loves their all-flash devices now…and if they can compete with spinning rust, it makes it a compelling choice (faster random r/w than spinning rust).