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SATA specification version 3.2 officially finalized, future will rely on high-speed read write bandwidth PCIe
The next generation of SATA transfer specification version 3.2 officially finalized, the future will not be high-speed transmission now SATA 6.0 GB / s are limited.
SATA Standards Alliance (SATA-IO) announced at the 8th SATA 3.2 version of the specification, its contents will be included in the Z97 Intel chip used on the SATA Express, SATA and PCIe covers a storage device.
3.2 version of the specification as early as January 2013 has been published, it is primarily to allow the SATA and PCIe solutions coexist.
Unlike the current SATA 6.0 GB / s (0.6GB / s), PCIe technology can enhance the transmission interface to 2GB / s (using two PCIe 3.0 bandwidth). Such a change would be able to lead the eyes of the majority of SSD write speed limit predicament, so that high-speed storage device and then forward to continue forward.
For general mechanical hard disk or CD-ROM drive, this specification are small.
On the other hand, SATA 3.2 version also amended in M.2 Dimensions. At present we can see on some devices M.2 SATA SSD, but it also has a greater variety of applications, such as WiFi, WWAN, etc.
Other features and fix items included microSSD, Universal Storage Module (USM), DevSleep, Transitional Energy Reporting and Rebuild Assist.Viewing:-127
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