QLC Versus TLC NAND Flash Technology in SATA SSDs

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QLC Versus TLC NAND Flash Technology in SATA SSDs

Post by Apoptosis » Wed Jun 12, 2019 5:09 am

If you are looking for a Solid-State Drive (SSD) you’ve likely seen that some of the newest models on the market feature QLC NAND Flash memory. Quad-Level Cell (QLC) is the latest and greatest type of multi-level cell memory technology and SSDs using QLC NAND Flash which are now readily available for purchase. Like the name implies, QLC NAND Flash stores 4 bits per cell. The predecessor to QLC would be Triple-Level Cell (TLC) NAND Flash where 3 bits per cell are stored. Usually, it is safe to assume that the newer technology would mean better performance, but that is not always the case....

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