This week Intel has unveiled its latest mainstream NVMe SSD Series storage solution in the form of the new Intel SSD 670p, offering a new range of M.2 NVMe SSDs built in the M.2-2280 form-factor with PCI-Express 3.0 x4 host-interface. The new SSD are available in 512 GB, 1 TB, and 2 TB capacities, priced at $89 for the 512GB, $154 for the 1 TB and $329 for the 2 TB SSD.
The 1 TB and 2 TB capacities offer sequential read speeds of up to 3500 MB/s, while the 512 GB capacities provides users with read speeds up to 3000 MB/s. Although sequential write speeds may vary a little, with the 512 GB capacity writing at up to 1600 MB/s, the 1 TB capacity at up to 2500 MB/s, and the 2 TB capacity up to 2700 MB/s.
The storage is equipped with Intel’s latest 144-layer 3D QLC NAND flash memory, mated with a re-badged Silicon Motion SM2265G 8-channel controller that uses a fixed 256 MB DDR3L DRAM cache across all capacity variants. “The drives offer significantly higher endurance than past generations of QLC-based drives, with the 512 GB variant capable of up to 185 TBW, the 1 TB variant up to 370 TBW, and the 2 TB variant up to 740 TBW. Intel is backing the drives with 5-year warranties” explains the Tech Power UP website.
Source : TPU
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