Nvme-SSD: breakthrough in speed – Intel 750 SSD tested nvme interface




Solid state drives since their introduction in a short time not only better but also cheaper. For some time, the stretch but a little out there. They are not much more expensive and worse growth performance is highly flattened. This is mainly because the SATA interface; SSD’s have to contend with the legacy of hard drives because they still are controlled with technology from the disks era. Nvme need to change this, with controllers and drivers specifically for solid state drives have been developed.

Chip manufacturer Intel has released its April 2 750 series SSD: The 750-SSD’s are the first drives that do not have SATA / AHCI interface, but a next-gen nvme interface. This would SSDs no longer be addressed with the legacy method of hard drives, but in a way that more closely resembles an interface with memory. Like memory that should have a very fast storage generation result; away with the SATA bottleneck so.


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