As you’ve probably deduced already, the M500’s MLC memory chips are built on a 20-nm manufacturing process. There’s a difference between this NAND and what’s lurking inside Intel’s 20-nm 335 Series, though. The memory chips in the Intel and most other contemporary SSDs weigh in at 64Gb (8GB) each, while the M500’s NAND chips have twice that capacity.
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