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Old 04-03-2015, 02:02 PM
Darryl Ramm Darryl Ramm is online now
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Default Intel SSD NVME/PCIe Porn

Intel PCIe/NVMe drive technology moving down from the enterprise/server market...

http://www.anandtech.com/show/9090/i...for-the-client

~$1k list price for 1.2TB but with stunning performance that is a good price and it will only get better.

SATA is dead (Well... he will be soon-- he's very ill... ) and the future is M.2 PCIe SSD drives in laptops and desktops and NVMe PCIe drives in the highest-end desktops and servers. You will be seeing many more motherboards that provide M.2 SSD connection and high end Workstation motherboards with SFF-8639 PCIe connectors for SSD disk. (which is why the Mac Pro trashcan is such a disappointment, a little SFF-8639 connection has around one and a half times the bandwidth of a Thunderbolt 2 connection).
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