Tag Archives: PCIe SSD

Toshiba Announces XG6-P NVMe SSD – Industry’s Most Advanced Flash Node and up to 2TB of Capacity– Computex 2019 Update

Toshiba Memory America is kicking off their Computex 2019 presence by announcing the XG6-P NVMe SSD, building on the XG6 series that features class-leading write performance. Toshiba is gearing the new XG6-P towards high-end gaming systems and workstations, as well as for cost-optimized data center usage. The XG6-P series facilitates enhanced data access and application performance by virtue of its …

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PLEXTOR Announces New Consumer SSD Models Offering 20% Performance and Reliability Increases — CES 2019 Update

PLEXTOR’s CES 2019 announcement features two new consumer SSD models.  The M9V (SATA) and M10Pe (PCIe) SSDs both feature the newest and upgraded PLEXTOR performance boosting utilities that increase performance and reliability by 20%. PLEXTOR’s new M10Pe, geared toward gamers and application-intensive users, is a PCIe SSD that pairs 96-layer 3D NAND with an industry-proven controller to achieve sequential read …

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Lexar Announces New Family of M.2 SSDs — CES 2019 Update

Lexar is announcing the NM Series of M.2 SSDs, their newest addition to their internal SSD lineup.  The M.2 NM series offers a traditional SATA III (6Gb/s) model (NM200), as well as three PCIe NVMe models (NM500, NM520, NM600) for both entry-level users as well as enthusiasts, gamers and content creators. The NM200 SATA III (6Gb/s) model is designed in …

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Smart IOPS Displays Data Engine™ Enterprise NVMe SSDs — Flash Memory Summit 2018 Update

Smart IOPS utilized Flash Memory Summit 2018 to display their latest enterprise NVMe SSDs, under the Data Engine™ product series name.  Smart IOPS offers three Data Engine models that focus on three different enterprise usage scenarios: The Data Engine T2HC High Capacity offers up to 25.6TB in a half height half length (HHHL) add-in card form factor.  The T2LL increases …

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Corsair Force MP300 M.2 NVMe SSD Review (240GB)

Corsair has SSD options for almost any need in the market. Want an entry-level SATA based SSD? The Force LE has you covered. Need high performance? You can choose from the Neutron NX500 or Force MP500 depending on the form factor and capacity that works best for you. Now, we have a new addition for those looking for something in …

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Intel Announces SSD 660p – World’s First PCIe QLC SSD for Consumers

Intel is announcing release of the PCIe SSD 660p for consumers, representing the world’s first PCIe QLC (quad-level cell, or 4-bit) SSD for consumer use.  Intel is positioning this drive to be an exceptional combination of performance and value, and possibly a best value for entry and mainstream storage.  The SSD 660p utilizes Intel’s 64-layer 3D NAND, which is the …

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Samsung Announces NF1 8TB SSD for Data Centers

Samsung is announcing the launch of the industry’s highest-capacity NVMe solid-state drive (SSD) based on the extremely small Next-generation Small Form Factor (NGSFF), an 8TB drive designated as the NF1 SSD.  The NF1 is optimized for data-intensive analytics and virtualization applications in modern data centers and server systems. The NF1 features 16 of Samsung’s 512GB NAND packages, with 16 layers …

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Transcend Announces JetDrive 850/855 PCIe Gen3 x 4 NVMe SSD Upgrade Kit for Mac Computers

Transcend in announcing the release of their latest SSD upgrade kit for Mac computers.  The JetDrive™ 850/855 provides sequential read speeds of up to 1600MB/s, and sequential write speeds of up to 1300MB/s.  The base drive is designated at the JetDrive 850, with the JetDrive 855 including a sleek aluminum Thuderbolt™ enclosure, creating a very simple storage upgrade for your …

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Plextor M9Pe M.2 NVMe SSD Review (1TB)

First revealed back at Computex 2017, Plextor is back at it again with a new product. Today, we have in our hands their top of the line PCIe NVMe SSD, the M9Pe. While it is not out quite yet, its release is right around the corner. The M9Pe, similar to the M8Pe before it, utilizes the same controller, a Marvell …

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