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Samsung 960 EVO Preview With PM961

The rumor mill is buzzing about a TLC-powered successor to the 950 Pro NVMe SSD with 3D NAND. Samsung’s PM961 OEM SSD could be the low-cost 960 EVO that may predict will come to market soon, let’s take a closer look.
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