A 16 TB Samsung SSD

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    OldMike65 said:
    I was only talking about the Blue 1GB 7200rpm model, that is fairly new model. I got those spec's from 3 different places, including WD. That do make a lot more different models of the Blue and Black.
    I have no idea that WD made such a small Hard Drive. My Old Thumb drive is bigger.
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    Geneo said:
    SATA3 uses 8b/10b encoding and is 6 x 10^9 bits/s, which means for every 8 bits (byte) payload there are two bits overhead, so instead of dividing by 8 you divide by 10. That gives you a theoretical bandwidth of 600 MB/s.

    You are dividing by 1024/1024 which would give you MiB/s. Nobody uses those units for transfer speeds, they use MB/s.
    pparks1 said:
    And I included typical overhead which drops max down to around 572
    I wasn't aware of that overhead allowance and the convention on transfer rates being different than the data storage convention. Thanks for that, guys.
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    According to industry sources from Business Korea, the PM1633a will be a 2.5-inch 15.36TB SSD with an estimated price tag of $5,000 to $7,000 USD.
    Way too much for me
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    Gary said:
    I have no idea that WD made such a small Hard Drive. My Old Thumb drive is bigger.
    Ok I mistyped Gary......your picking on me...sniff sniff Ment 1 TB not 1GB meanie....
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    OldMike65 said:
    Ok I mistyped Gary......your picking on me...sniff sniff Ment 1 TB not 1GB meanie....

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    Gary said:
    This is not even in production yet, in 10 years this will be a small SSD.
    Yup. When I go my first hard drive in 1986, a 20MB Seagate ST-225, it cost $500 and I thought I would never be able to use all that disk space!
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    strollin said:
    Yup. When I go my first hard drive in 1986, a 20MB Seagate ST-225, it cost $500 and I thought I would never be able to use all that disk space!
    Yes I was working for EDS at the time at The GM Building in Detroit and we had this PC with a 200 mb, HD. I went to save some document on it and this DATA tech went wild. Don't take up any space on that HD use a floppy..so I did.
    I also can remember the 5/1/4 " Floppies.
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    strollin said:
    Yup. When I go my first hard drive in 1986, a 20MB Seagate ST-225, it cost $500 and I thought I would never be able to use all that disk space!
    When I got my first hard drive, it was in a model-T.
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    I am looking for larger enterprise SSD (> than the 1.2 TB Intel 3710 series) for work, Hopefully this is a harbinger for good things to come.
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