Intel’s Optane Memory could be the most revolutionary letdown in storage history. Announced Monday morning, these first consumer Optane-based devices will be available April 24 in two M.2 trims: A 16GB model for $44 and a 32GB Optane Memory device for $77. Both are rated for crazy-fast read speed...
I know the current Intel Optane Memory (8000p, 16GB and 32GB) which is available in M.2 form factor (PCIe 3.0 x 2) works only with Kabylake systems........but could the Optane memory also be integrated into a SSHD replacing the DRAM-less SSD controller and NAND with an Optane controller and Optan...
Hi,all new Z270 motherboards supports Intel Optane.As far as I read on the intel site optane will merge storage and system memory in one device.A unique device that will be able to handle storage and system memory, big as NAND storage, non volatile as NAND but fast as DRAM.This is a big...
1. Will there be consumer level SSDs from Intel using OPTANE anytime soon?2. Samsung 850 pro 1TB still seems to be expensive. Any chance that flash memory might become cheaper next year due to Intel Optane/XPoint? '); }
Just need your guys input on this...Currently we have blazing fast drive like the samsung 950 Pro or SM961 around. Will be Optane SSD be even much faster than them such that it is worth the extra wait? '); }
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