SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD 2TB up to 560MB/s Read / up to 530MB/s Write - £377.49 @ Amazon
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SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD 2TB up to 560MB/s Read / up to 530MB/s Write - £377.49 @ Amazon

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Found 24th Mar
SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD 2.5inch 2TB.Get accelerated performance for better gaming and pro‐level multitasking with graphics‐intensive apps. Powered by 3D NAND technology, the SanDisk Ultra 3D SSD delivers enhanced endurance and reliability, blazing sequential read speeds of up to 560MB/s and sequential write speeds of up to 530MB/s for no‐wait boot‐up, shorter application load times, and quicker data transfer3.
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RedRain9 m ago

Ultra 3D anyone wanna fill me in


"3D NAND flash is a type of flash memory in which the memory cells are stacked vertically in multiple layers.

Flash manufacturers developed 3D NAND to address challenges they encountered in scaling 2D/planar NAND technology to achieve higher densities at a lower cost per bit. Planar NAND flash technology uses a single layer of memory cells. As NAND manufacturers worked to shrink the memory cells, cell-to-cell interference caused a reduction in the reliability of planar NAND flash products."

searchstorage.techtarget.com/def…ash
Looks alright. I'm waiting for the HDR version.
ssds are still pretty pricy
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Tiptop spot @mtodak lowest price ever for the 2TB model and it's an Ultra 3D!

This model is normally at least £425+ and is still selling for £500+ on some sites
Hhhot
same price on ebay, not a massive bargain I guess.
Ultra 3D anyone wanna fill me in
RedRain9 m ago

Ultra 3D anyone wanna fill me in


"3D NAND flash is a type of flash memory in which the memory cells are stacked vertically in multiple layers.

Flash manufacturers developed 3D NAND to address challenges they encountered in scaling 2D/planar NAND technology to achieve higher densities at a lower cost per bit. Planar NAND flash technology uses a single layer of memory cells. As NAND manufacturers worked to shrink the memory cells, cell-to-cell interference caused a reduction in the reliability of planar NAND flash products."

searchstorage.techtarget.com/def…ash
Wow...Amazing what you can learn on hukd..
Looks alright. I'm waiting for the HDR version.
Great price! I wish I could buy one now. Would feel safer if my backup drive is an SSD as it has no moving parts vs all those external HDDs.
Whatever happened to the optane 3d xpoint tech that was supposed to be cheap reliable and change the industry.
ssds are still pretty pricy
For those unaware, SSD is a very worthy purchase, especially for a pc or laptop that's a few years old if you don't SSD already. Access Time ( finding the information ) is very quick, as is read and write time ( saving or reading chunks of information ) . Having a SSD of 150gb + with windows on and your main Applications or games will decrease Windows start up time and the time it takes to start those applications or load games installed on the SSD.
Expensive!, but nice. :-)
aruf3 h, 14 m ago

Whatever happened to the optane 3d xpoint tech that was supposed to be …Whatever happened to the optane 3d xpoint tech that was supposed to be cheap reliable and change the industry.


It is aimed more at the high end server/workstation market currently so is expensive right now.
The performance is very good but the price not so much.
With time maybe it will close the pricing gap with regular SSDs.
Gort19512 h, 39 m ago

100TB drive in 3.5" form …100TB drive in 3.5" form factor:https://www.theverge.com/circuitbreaker/2018/3/19/17140332/worlds-largest-ssd-nimbus-data-exadrive-dc100-100tb


Any price on how much it is? Not like ill ever have the money to buy this in this at thid time
ollie872 h, 34 m ago

For you


pricy for everyone compared to 40 pounds for a 2tb hdd
kamikazilucas24th Mar

pricy for everyone compared to 40 pounds for a 2tb hdd


Ignore him, he doesn't understand the needs of the general public vs. PC gaming. Completely different markets.
Probably around $10,000 - $20,000 if you buy in bulk.

Samsung are already putting 1TB in one chip.
If they were cheaper it would be the end of mechs.

Probably another 10yrs.
Gort195113 h, 58 m ago

100TB drive in 3.5" form …100TB drive in 3.5" form factor:https://www.theverge.com/circuitbreaker/2018/3/19/17140332/worlds-largest-ssd-nimbus-data-exadrive-dc100-100tb



In 5-10 years these will probably be standard in our computers.
flamethrower16 h, 42 m ago

same price on ebay, not a massive bargain I guess.


ebay! any comparison with amazon... huh
sybadm1 h, 49 m ago

ebay! any comparison with amazon... huh


If you get the warranty from the manufacturer, doesn't matter where you buy it from, even from Gumtree. well, that's my opinion
Does this 3D SSD come with classes???
kamikazilucas15 h, 44 m ago

pricy for everyone compared to 40 pounds for a 2tb hdd



Chuggee15 h, 37 m ago

Ignore him, he doesn't understand the needs of the general public vs. PC …Ignore him, he doesn't understand the needs of the general public vs. PC gaming. Completely different markets.


Speed every day of the week click. You can always have both SSD + HDD, depending on your laptop i.e 128GB SSD + 2TB HDD.
Edited by: "RiverDragon8" 25th Mar
Gort195119 h, 41 m ago

100TB drive in 3.5" form …100TB drive in 3.5" form factor:https://www.theverge.com/circuitbreaker/2018/3/19/17140332/worlds-largest-ssd-nimbus-data-exadrive-dc100-100tb


Thanks for interesting post. I remember when a 300 meg hard drive was enough for a network of 10 users, and cost £1700 in 1987.Equivalent of £4500 in today's money. Wonder how much 100TB will cost.
I can remember paying over £300 for 50 Megs for my Amiga 500+.

The difference between a floppy was hugh.
JCP1111 h, 1 m ago

Does this 3D SSD come with classes???


It's Lower Class TLC.
Gort195116 h, 13 m ago

I can remember paying over £300 for 50 Megs for my Amiga 500+.The …I can remember paying over £300 for 50 Megs for my Amiga 500+.The difference between a floppy was hugh.


Lol..yeah I remember my Commodore 64..I paid around £300 plus for this when it come out, only had 64k ram..was huge them days..😁
That was just for the external drive.
Gort195124th Mar

100TB drive in 3.5" form …100TB drive in 3.5" form factor:https://www.theverge.com/circuitbreaker/2018/3/19/17140332/worlds-largest-ssd-nimbus-data-exadrive-dc100-100tb


... and all for the cost of a new Ford Fiesta.
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