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SSD prices may drop even lower, offering enticing performance and long term value

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Based on recent market analysis by TrendForce, it appears that SSD prices could continue to drop later this year due to oversupply.

It seems like the production volume Kioxia and WDC are growing as the year progresses. However, the increasing sentiment is that the destocking process in the Chinese market will not match projections, creating an overstock situation.

Experts suggest a price decrease around 3-8% in late summer and fall of this year for consumer SSDs. For enterprise and 3D NAND SSDs, that figure could reach as high as 10%.

If you are interested in these deals, make sure to keep an eye on prices around that time. Peppy SSDs based on the high-bandwidth PCIe 4.0 spec used to be quite expensive.

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