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Samsung Reveals PCIe SSDs with up to 5.5GB/s Reads

Samsung Reveals PCIe SSDs with up to 5.5GB/s Reads

Samsung Reveals PCIe SSDs with up to 5.5GB/s Reads

Samsung Reveals PCIe SSDs with up to 5.5GB/s Reads

 

Samsung has revealed a bunch of PCIe SSDs with up to 5.5GB/s Reads an order of magnitude, 10x, faster than the fastest posablt SATA based SSD. These enterprise grade SSDs will be available in PCIe, M.2 and 2.5" form factor with a capacity of up to 6.4TB. 

  Samsung Reveals PCIe SSDs with up to 5.5GB/s Reads

 

These high performance SSDs will be using Samsung's latest 3D v-NAND technology, which allows Samsung to create these new SSDs with capacities which are much higher than traditional SSDs of this size. 

The first of Samsung's trio of SSDs is their PM1633, which will be a 2.5" form factor drive which uses the 12Gbps SAS interface. This SSD will be capable of read and write speeds of up to 160,000 and 18,000 IOPs respectively, which gives us expected read an write speeds of 1.1GB/s and 1GB/s respectively. This will be the slowest of Samsung's new SSDs.

  Samsung Reveals PCIe SSDs with up to 5.5GB/s Reads

 

The second of Samsung's new SSDs is the PCIe based PM1725, which will offer huge capacities of 3.2TB and 6.4TB and offer speeds of a blazing fast 5.5GB/s reads and 1.8GB/s writes. Samsung say that this drive will allow you to save a 5GB video file in under 3 seconds, which is highly impressive for even an SSD.

Last but not least there is Samsung's PM953, which is an updated version of Samsung's SM951 SSD. This SSD will be available in both M.2 and 2.5" versions and in capacities of 480GB and 960GB for the M.2 version and in up to 1.92TB for the 2.5" version. 

All of these new SSDs are exceptionally fast and offer capacities which are unparalleled for their form factors at this time. 

 

You can join the discussion on Samsung's new NVMe SSDs on the OC3D Forums

 

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12-08-2015, 07:04:18

Agost
Gimme pls

pls

PLEASEQuote

12-08-2015, 07:30:41

SuB
Wow, be interesting to see how they price those.Quote

12-08-2015, 07:41:14

Dicehunter
Green PCB, Come on people, Black PCB's !Quote

12-08-2015, 07:44:49

Agost
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Originally Posted by SuB View Post
Wow, be interesting to see how they price those.
A lot... only the PM953 looks like a consumer model, while the other two are clearly enterprise ones

Well, not consumer, more like prosumer. Probably 1€/GB like the current SM951, which isn't actually a retail productQuote

12-08-2015, 09:17:28

SuB
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Green PCB, Come on people, Black PCB's !
Not sure where you're getting a green PCB from, the 'shared' image on facebook article has a different card on it, the one in the main image of the article looks black.Quote
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