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Intel announces their 600P series of M.2 SSDs

Intel announces their 600P series of M.2 SSDs

Intel announces their 600P series of M.2 SSDs

Intel announces their 600P series of M.2 SSDs

 

Intel announces their 600P series of M.2 SSDs for the mainstream market, offering capacities of up to 1TB and speeds which greatly exceed that of traditional SATA SSDs. 

These new SSDs use Micron's new 3D TLC NAND, offering prices which are much more competitive than most existing M.2 SSDs and speeds that are much faster than SATA SSDs. The main downsides of these SSds are that their write speeds are not much higher than performance grade SATA SSDs, though the drives will offer read speeds that are much higher than any traditional SATA SSD.

In terms of write performance, this SSD will offer very different speeds depending on the capacity of your Intel 600P series SSD. 

  Intel announces their 600P series of M.2 SSDs  

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25-08-2016, 22:54:50

Dicehunter
If the £-$ conversion is decent then we should see some decent prices in the UK on these Quote

26-08-2016, 04:52:28

AlienALX
Wouldn't mind a 256gb for my OS but I'd need a PCIE adapter too.Quote

26-08-2016, 05:35:42

King of Old Old School
Quote:
Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Wouldn't mind a 256gb for my OS but I'd need a PCIE adapter too.
Yeah i don't understand why companies like Intel & Samsung include the PCIE adapter it's only Kingston who does.Quote

26-08-2016, 06:16:27

skullbringer
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Originally Posted by King of Old School View Post
Yeah i don't understand why companies like Intel & Samsung include the PCIE adapter it's only Kingston who does.
Because most motherboards without an m.2 slot, don't support booting from an m.2 drive.

And since most people only run their fastest ssd as their boot drive, including a PCIe adapter would mislead customers and cause a lot more support demand on the manufacturers side.

Yes you can run it from PCIe as a secondary drive, but who does tha? . Ok, I do, but I'd consider my self part of 1% of users...Quote

26-08-2016, 08:14:01

Chrazey
Green PCB though?... Nah, not my cup of tea.Quote
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