Does anyone know the manufacturer and model number of the 2TB NVMe TLC SSD used in the HP Zbook X2? According to this post last year, the 1TB TLC SSD's model number is KXG50ZNV1T02, manufactured by Toshiba with unknown TBW. But I'm not sure about the 2TB TLC SSD of this year. It looks like HP started to deprecate their Z Turbo series MLC SSD for Zbook X2 (and maybe their other laptops/mobile workstations as well) since around spring of this year. This is the case for both US and European market. As far as I remember, in the beginning of this year, I could select the "1TB Z Turbo NVMe Multi-Layer Cell (MLC) SSD" option at https://store.hp.com/UKStore/Merch/Offer.aspx?p=b-configure-your-workstation. But all MLC options were no longer available later on. All current available SSD options are TLC (except for the unbranded "128GB M2 SATA-3 Value Solid State Drive" that could be the even worse QLC). As far as I could remember, the durability of 1TB Z Turbo NVMe MLC SSD is at least 800 TBW, and it seems to be manufactured by Samsung as the enterprise/business counterpart of their 960 Pro/970 Pro series, which is pretty decent. Now the most durable option for the customizable Zbook X2 is the 2TB PCIe NVMe TLC SSD, but I'm still worried about the TBW, as according to Steve's post above, although HP has sped up the new generation TLC SSD's read/write to the same level of previous generation MLC, there seems to be little or no change on durability in terms of TBW. It looks like even for a 2TB TLC SSD, the TBW is perhaps around 800, which is no more than the TBW of 1TB Z Turbo MLC SSD. So I do hope someone can provide the manufacturer and model number of the 2TB TLC SSD.