Intel Optane 900P SSD

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    so.. 800p is confirmed with just x2 lanes, not x4. and looking at the pcb/ number of chips, i'd dare say its only 2-3 channels hence the x2 lanes, its probably going to get capped at around 1500-1600 MB/s max and that is being very optimistic.

    sequential side of thing is acceptable, we know 4k random read is going to be fast, all thats left is 4k random write.
     
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    Papusan JOKEBOOKS = That sucks!! STAHP! Dont buy FILTH...

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    They have probably designed this one for use in thin and flimsy with wimpy cooling. I wonder what the power consumption numbers will be. Haven’t seen much from the small cashe disks. Small steps... Baby steps:(
     
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    yea, they say its now idle at 1w, which imo still need improvement. i read anand's article they mentioned a x4 optane m.2 is coming later in the year on roadmap but they didnt post a roadmap picture/info. x4 would work well, 1 SSD no raid, very simple and be done with it.
     
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    I wrongly listed my benchmark as a 960 pro, when it is actually an Evo, that is in my signature. Sorry for the confusion.
     
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    i just tried a bunch of stuff torrenting while using OS on samsung SSD has some lag and lockups. torrent really destroy it because random write workload which is especially hard on TLC.

    however on 900p its blazing fast. @Papusan @Phoenix

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    Nice. what is capacity? 160GB?
     
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    Nice. That's why I torrent on my SanDisk Extreme Pro 512GB. Be smart....be like Phoenix...
     
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    yea thats what i find on sandisk extreme pro is that their small files read are much better than most ssd, even the samsung pro versions. its really a shame i had at least 3 extreme pro go bad on me in a raid array that i can't trust my files to them anymore.

    i must say the 4k write is a bit disappointing considering its optane memory, but there will always be new optane product so that can wait.

    280gb
     
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