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Summary

The market is still oversupplied so the price of nand flash and dram are predicted to go down about 10% in q4 2020.

 

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The memory market is expected to remain in a state of oversupply during Q4 2020 for both DRAM and NAND flash according to a new report from TrendForce. This oversupply will mean ~10% lower prices for memory in Q4 2020 with further price drops in 2021, this will result in falling SSD prices of 10-15%.

 

 

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I know this isn't a really exciting news compared to all the new launches but lower prices for the same product are better prices and who knows if this persists maybe things will be dirt cheap by the time I build my computer.

 

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https://www.techpowerup.com/273526/ssd-prices-expected-to-fall-10-15-in-q4-2020

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19 minutes ago, TrigrH said:

affordable TLC 4tb nvme when

I don’t think 4TB NVME will drop anywhere below $400-500 in the next few years.

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I mean yey for sure to see prices continue dropping. Don't forget that quality type of NAND is the reason too. There's no SLC on consumer side for a very long time, not even MLC as of late with newest and fastest drives. 

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Sorry, kind of a storage noob here, but are there chances of this affecting SSD prices for consumers?

 

I have been eyeing a 1TB SATA SSD for my laptop that I want to buy around December. Would be nice to see it be a little more cheaper.

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3 hours ago, TrigrH said:

affordable TLC 4tb nvme when

I'd be happy with QLC. I'd see 320MB/sec once SLC cache was used, and since the SLC is writen to at the same time as QLC...the initial transfer times would actually be still quite good. Extrapolating from my Crucial P1 (it flogs my OCZ SSD with MLC nand in endurance if theoretically cut to 240GB).

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when I remember what I had to pay for my ram and SSD. looks like the time to upgrade now

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59 minutes ago, Dabombinable said:

I'd be happy with QLC. I'd see 320MB/sec once SLC cache was used, and since the SLC is writen to at the same time as QLC...the initial transfer times would actually be still quite good. Extrapolating from my Crucial P1 (it flogs my OCZ SSD with MLC nand in endurance if theoretically cut to 240GB).

If it can't handle 1.5-2GB/s + after cache I'm not interested.  Same if the write rating is less than 500TB which should be easily doable with a 4TB drive

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8 hours ago, ewitte said:

If it can't handle 1.5-2GB/s + after cache I'm not interested.  Same if the write rating is less than 500TB which should be easily doable with a 4TB drive

You do realise just how much you need to copy even to a 1TB QLC SSD before the cache is exhausted, due to how SSD with cache write? Either way - a 4TB QLC SSD will be leagues ahead of a HDD even with the cache exhausted, and still faster than some MLC and TLC SATA SSD after they've exhausted their cache.

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might get some 3600 cl16. eventhough I cant use 3600mhz, I can have some nicer memory for when I can get a amd setup.

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39 minutes ago, HelpfulTechWizard said:

might get some 3600 cl16. eventhough I cant use 3600mhz, I can have some nicer memory for when I can get a amd setup.

On your profile it says that this is due to some bios restriction. Would you mind to explain? Like does it just not have an option above 2400mhz?

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7 minutes ago, Gundar said:

On your profile it says that this is due to some bios restriction. Would you mind to explain? Like does it just not have an option above 2400mhz?

intel b series is locked. in this case its 2400mhz for my i5 7400.

 

EDIT: Bassically, XMP is nonfuncial, and it only works at cpu stock max speed.

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5 minutes ago, Gundar said:

On your profile it says that this is due to some bios restriction. Would you mind to explain? Like does it just not have an option above 2400mhz?

His CPU+Motherboard do not support higher memory speed. It varies from generation, but Intel requires at least one of 1) a -K CPU, 2) a Z chipset motherboard for unrestricted XMP. In the latest couple gens I think there is no escaping the Z chipset.

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Just now, HelpfulTechWizard said:

intel b series is locked. in this case its 2400mhz for my i5 7400.

Lol forgot that intel had the thing where only z zeries boards get all the overclocking.

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Just now, Gundar said:

Lol forgot that intel had the thing where only z zeries boards get all the overclocking.

which is why I want to get a ryzen system lol

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DREAM BUILD BIT BY BIT                        |

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4 minutes ago, HelpfulTechWizard said:

which is why I want to get a ryzen system lol

Probably wont overclock much as its probably not worth going past upping he pbo limits unless you get a pretty good chip and can hit an all core of like 4.5/4.6 and well memory doesn't go past 3800 on the best chips for current gen which to be fair is like almost twice what you have right now.

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