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Kingston HyperX Predator NVMe SSD

Kingston HyperX Predator NVMe SSD

Kingston HyperX Predator NVMe SSD

Kingston HyperX Predator NVMe SSD

 

Kingston have been showcasing their new HyperX Predator NVMe SSD, which has stated read and write speeds of 2,585MB/s and 1,354MB/s respectively and will have capacities of up to 960GB. 

This drive will be using the new NVMe protocol, unlike it's previous iteration that used te aging/ slower AHCI protocol, allowing this drive to make full use of of the M.2 interface/ PCI express bus. 

  Kingston HyperX Predator NVMe SSD  

Looking at this drive we can see that it is slightly longer than it's previous iteration, but the M.2 slot/ interface is standardized and in most cases is capable of accommodating this extra length. 

Right now we do not have pricing information on this drive, but it is expected to launch within the next few months. 

 

You can join the discussion on the Kingston HyperX Predator NVMe SSD on the OC3D Forums

 

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11-01-2016, 16:12:29

Kushiro
All that speed and only 960GB Quote

11-01-2016, 20:29:23

King of Old Old School
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Originally Posted by Kushiro View Post
All that speed and only 960GB
I agreed it's a bit disappointing they should be making them up to 2TB unless they can't cause of the form factor.Quote

11-01-2016, 22:08:45

Firedrops
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Originally Posted by Kushiro View Post
All that speed and only 960GB
That's what they say, but you'd be lucky to even have 890GB of actual space. To hell with flash-based storage following mechanical HDD labeling conventions, and then making up some new sizes.Quote

11-01-2016, 22:11:30

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Firedrops View Post
That's what they say, but you'd be lucky to even have 890GB of actual space. To hell with flash-based storage following mechanical HDD labeling conventions, and then making up some new sizes.
Do you even know why the actual size is reported as less in Windows? Just because it's an flash storage doesn't change anythingQuote
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