Introducing the Intel 750 Series SSDPEDMW400G4R5 HHHL (CEM2.0) 400GB PCIe NVMe 3.0 x4 MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)
Max Sequential Read 2200 MB/s
Max Sequential Write 900 MB/s
4KB Random Read 430000 IOPS
4KB Random Write 230000 IOPS
Read Latency 20 µs
Write Latency 20 µs
MTBF 1,200,000 hours
The numbers speak for themselves!
$400 for 400GB!
You need an X99 with adapter to get this to work with your computer.
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what are the real speed number for a pci-e ssd ? my 2 ssd in raid0 benchmark at more than 1000 mb/s but in reality i can only write/read at 300 /400 max.
I simply copy and paste a huge file. i get 200 mb/s max (so 400 total R/W)
Nobody buys a SSD like this one and uses it for file copying. So I don't know why you are asking that ?
But if you're still interested, look at some hardware benchmarks that have real life tests, like copying "z" quantity of files of "x" MB filesize, not synthetic benchmarks.
eg. look at the file copy test 10@1000MB would probably be close to what you are interested in for large file transfers
If the numbers speak for themselves, then why are YOU having to post this?
(it does sound good though)
what is price...what is for?'Do I look absolutely divine and regal, and yet at the same time very pretty and rather accessible?' - Queenie
Just curious, your MTBF (mean time between failures) is something akin to "average" that only math geeks truly understand.
But I can calculate 1,200,000 / (24 * 365.25) = 136.89 years running continuously.
How on earth do such numbers come to be? they ran 1,200,000 video cards and 137 failed after one hour?
Whole new level my ass. Random 4K read: 44 MB/s. Just slightly faster than my 35 MB/s "old-school" SSD.
The numbers sure speak for themselves alright.
Save yourself the embarrassment in the future by not fantasizing prior to its release.
Last edited by newpball; 11th Jul 2015 at 11:06.
You must always assume worst case scenario.
I think it's pretty clear.
You: SSDs just got to another level! Look at all these amazing, biased, outright misleading and deceitful numbers from the company's website that mean practically nothing!
Me: 25% faster random read speed is a whole new level?
You: Your benchmark is garbage because it tests single-thread reads.
Me: 99% of consumer operations are single-thread RW.
You: DURRRR I don't understand!
Why it's useless to argue with trolls...