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  1. Hi, read your articles on the Micron M600 and Samsung Pro 850s....great work! As useful as the information was I am a bit more confused about which drives to get for our servers (looking at getting 2 SuperMicro's STX-NL with the LSI MegaRAID 12Gb/s controller with 1 gb cache). They will be VMWare ESXi servers. We are considering the M600 1TB vs the Samsung Pro 850 1TB. 16 1TB drives in a Raid 10. I am concerned about the M600's 1TB note of only a 400TB written and 219GB/day write span....seems kind of low? What is it for the Samsung Pro 1TB? I am also not sure about the difference between the v-NANDs and the NANDs and the SLCs and the MLCs, and all of that. Which one is better for a simple mix use (database/file/web servers on virtual machines)? Which actually does have a better lifespan and warranty? Thanks for your advice in advance.