Samsung 860 Pro (4TB) Shows On Company Website

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    It's likely a bit of a mistake, then again could be done to create a bit of a viral. But a new Samsung series 860 PRO SSD just turned up on the company website. The thing is, this is a 4TB model....

    Samsung 860 Pro (4TB) Shows On Company Website
     
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    h0d Member Guru

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    At that price, it is possible that it is indeed a 4TB drive. Even the URL the "full details" button redirects to is labeled "860-pro-4tb-mz-76p4t0e" with the 4TB inside. If it is a mistake it has been made at multiple levels.
     
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    cryohellinc Maha Guru

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    Or get 4x1TB drives for 1200$
     
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    Enticles Master Guru

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    the only argument against doing that, is purely asthetic - you'd need 4 power cables, 4 data cables, and 4 2.5" bays for the drives themselves.

    other than that, you're right.
     

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    sverek Ancient Guru

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    or you can duct tape them together and toss inside pc case.
     
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    just no, im sorry but they are just price gauging SSD cost per gig, price MIGHT of come down lil since the start but not enough
     
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    If it works - It works. ;)
     

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