Samsung QVO 4TB SSD's instead of noisy Seagate Iron Wolf HDD's

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Re: Samsung QVO 4TB SSD's instead of noisy Seagate Iron Wolf HDD's

Post by Trexx » Thu Jul 18, 2019 1:01 am

atxnas wrote:
Wed Jul 17, 2019 1:35 pm
Has anyone tried the 4TB SSDs? They still aren't on the compatibility list. I just ordered two for my TVS-951X so hoping I won't need to return them.
GENERALLY if they are just larger capacity version of models/products that are already on the compatibility list you will be fine. I.E . WD Blue 2TB SSD where 1TB SSD is already on the compatibility list.

Now with the release of QLC (quad-cell) flash chips, that experience may be different as most of the last couple years SSD's were build on TLC (triple-cell) flash chips.
Paul

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