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Intel Quietly Increases The 600p SSD Series Endurance Ratings

At launch, the Intel listed the 600p's endurance at 72TB for every capacity. The first entry-level NVMe SSD had the lowest endurance for any consumer-focused SSD we've tested in most capacities. Intel silently changed the specification over the weekend.
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