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Default Crucial MX500 solid-state drives put 64-layer TLC flash to good use

The latest generation of Crucial's mainstream SSDs has hit the shelves. The Crucial MX500 is Micron's first consumer drive using its 64-layer 3D TLC NAND flash. The MX500 pairs a Silicon Motion SM2258 controller with up to two terabytes of the new memory.

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