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Crucial Readies Solid State Drive with 16 nm NAND Memory

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    Announced back in July 2013, Micron's 128 Gigabit 16 nm-manufactured MLC (multi-level cell) NAND Flash memory will soon be making its debut within a new Crucial solid state drive. Named MX100, the 16 nm NAND-equipped drive will be showcased at Computex 2014 and is expected to arrive in a 2.5-inch form factor.

    The MX100 has a SATA 6.0 Gbps interface and performance-wise it's said to be somewhere between the aging M500 and the recently released M550. Pricing is expected to be very competitive.

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    Source: Hardware.info
     
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    Awesome! :rockout:
     
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    Nice, but looks a little plain would clash with majority of builds, But then again if its a performer at a good price so what.
     
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    How can a SSD "clash with the majority of builds"? Do you color coordinate your PC hardware and then stare at it all day long or do you actually use your PC? LOL
     
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    Specifically I am talking about the Crosair cases with the vertical SSD mounts, this would be an eyesore in the build I am currently doing. I am going with the Kingston HyperX 3K, its black with a little bit of brushed metal. If its not visible than no problem.

    But in my case when everything else in the build is black and you would have a grey blue SSD that is 100% visible than it would bug me.

    I f I am spending alot of a computer it will perform and look good at the same time.
     

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