Intel have released a new M.2 SSD line which will come in 128GB, 256GB and 512GB with prices of $74, $109 and $199 respectively. This is a far cry from falling under Ryan's Law but are lower than other NVMe drives. The Tech Report believes it is using the Silicon Motion SM2262 controller though Intel is being cagey about confirmation, with 64-layer TLC flash for storage. The overall performance was mixed, for reads this drive is one of the best TR have tested however the write speeds are barely faster than a SATA drive; at this price point that should not scare you off unless you plan on doing a lot of writes.
"Intel is shaking up the mainstream SSD market by releasing a new NVMe drive at what it calls near-SATA prices. We run the drive through our storage-testing gauntlet to see whether the SSD 760p 512 GB and its 64-layer NAND turn out to be a game-changer."
Here are some more Storage reviews from around the web:
- Intel SSD 760P M.2 NVMe @ The SSD Review
- Samsung's 860 Pro 1 TB SSD @ The Tech Report
- Samsung 860 Pro @ The SSD Review
- Samsung 860 EVO 2TB SSD @ Guru of 3D
- Samsung 860 PRO 2TB SSD @ Guru of 3D
- ADATA XPG SX6000: Benchmarking A ~$50 USD 128GB NVMe SSD @ Phoronix
- Samsung Portable SSD T5 1TB @ Benchmark Reviews
- OWC ThunderBlade V4 @ The SSD Review
- Synology DiskStation DS918+ 4-bay NAS @ Kitguru
- Toshiba TransMemory U363 & U364 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Comparison @ NikKTech
- Docker Performance With KPTI Page Table Isolation Patches (Meltdown Fix) @ Phoronix
Went looking for some ram on
Went looking for some ram on newegg… Corsair LPX 3200 I bought for $140 in May are now on sale for $219.
The 760p looks not too bad.
if this is a tad bit faster
if this is a tad bit faster than a sata drive, then i be better off getting a pny 240 ssd, which i already have.
Are these full of bugs like
Are these full of bugs like other Intel products then?