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Intel SSD 600P Solid State Drive: NVMe Performance, SATA Pricing Review

Posted on Friday, September 09 2016 @ 19:39:44 CEST by


A couple of weeks back, Intel announced a slew of new solid state drives, targeting a wide array of market segments, that leverage 3D TLC NAND. One of those offerings was a new series of M.2 NVMe drives, dubbed the SSD 600P. According to Intel, the SSD 600P series is “designed to deliver PCIe performance at near-SATA prices”. To date, most NVMe PCIe solid state drives are roughly 1.5 – 3x the cost per gigabyte of SATA based drives, due to the inherent performance benefits and likely the added cost of NVMe controllers. But, as the company has done a number of times in the past dating all the way back to the venerable X25, Intel is pushing hard to drive down prices in the segment. In fact, the 512GB Intel SSD 600P we’ll be showing you here today is already available at street prices below $.40 per gigabyte...



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