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The next generation of 3D NAND—with 64 or more layers—has not yet hit the shelves, but it's getting closer. Toshiba and Western Digital announced their first mainstream client SSDs with 3D NAND recently at Computex. Micron and SK Hynix shouldn't be too far behind with their new generations of 3D NAND and mainstream SSDs based on them. As these flash manufacturers reach full production capacity of their new 3D NAND, the ongoing NAND shortage should begin to lift and SSD prices will stop climbing. However, none of these new SSDs are in stores yet, so this edition of the guide doesn't bring any major changes. If you are considering making a significant investment in a large or high-performance SSD, consider waiting until the fall when...

Overclocking the FC-PGA Celeron

Armed with a handful of 0.18-micron Celeron CPUs, we investigate the performance discrepancies that exist between the Pentium III and the Celeron as well as take these babies to...

0 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 4/17/2000

Buyer's Guide - March 2000

Building a new system? Confused about exactly what to get? Let the first edition of the AnandTech Buyer's Guide help you with your purchase.

0 by Mike Andrawes on 3/28/2000

Chipset Guide

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2 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 8/1/1997

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