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OCZ RevoDrive NVMe PCIe and M.2 Drives Spotted

OCZ RevoDrive NVMe PCIe and M.2 Drives Spotted

OCZ RevoDrive NVMe PCIe and M.2 Drives Spotted

OCZ RevoDrive NVMe PCIe and M.2 Drives Spotted

 

While at IDF PC Perspective managed to find some interesting new OCZ parts, parts which will be using an all new NVMe controller and will be available in both PCIe and M.2 form factors. 

  OCZ RevoDrive NVMe PCIe and M.2 Drives Spotted  

Basically what we are looking at is an consumer oriented SSD which is using a Toshiba made NVMe Controller and flash, which is packaged with OCZ branding. 

No specifics have been given regarding this SSDs performance, though we can safely say that they will surpass the standard set by today's AHCI/SATA SSDs. This SSD will be coming to the market in November 2015, which is also the same timeframe that ewe expect many other manufacturers to make their move to NVMe. 

 

You can join the discussion on OCZ's Revodrive NVMe SSD on the OC3D Forums

 

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20-08-2015, 06:51:20

barnsley
-edit- Hopefully this is cheap as chips. If so it'll be the one to get IMO.


Since they got purchased by Toshiba they've replaced the often faulty parts with Toshiba bits, which are very good. Its almost at that time where people should give them a chance.Quote

20-08-2015, 08:18:50

AlienALX
Never seen a cheap Revo sadly. PCIE is definitely the way to go though. Absolutely love my RAIDR.

They do need to drop in price though.Quote

20-08-2015, 08:20:16

tinytomlogan
Quote:
Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Never seen a cheap Revo sadly. PCIE is definitely the way to go though. Absolutely love my RAIDR.

They do need to drop in price though.
RAIDR actually in the scheme of things isnt that great fella. The newer stuff is soooo much faster (Ive got a RAIDR btw)Quote

20-08-2015, 08:30:00

AlienALX
Quote:
Originally Posted by tinytomlogan View Post
RAIDR actually in the scheme of things isnt that great fella. The newer stuff is soooo much faster (Ive got a RAIDR btw)
Yeah I know I just got it cheap

That said though I don't notice any difference between the RAIDR and my old OCZ 120gb on booting and standard duties..Quote

20-08-2015, 08:39:18

tinytomlogan
Quote:
Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Yeah I know I just got it cheap

That said though I don't notice any difference between the RAIDR and my old OCZ 120gb on booting and standard duties..
On your rig PCIE is fine but trust me if you had one of the newer models with silly read and writes youd soon notice Quote
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