Intel SSD 750 Series 1.2TB
The Intel 750 Series of SSDs comes in capacities of 400GB and 1.2TB, both of which are backed by a 5-year warranty. A marker in the sand for all the NVMe SSDs set to follow it. Intel’s SSD might be a tough act to follow.
Wipe the slate clean. That’s the thinking behind the Intel SSD 750 Series 1.2TB.
Forget the SATA interface, forget the AHCI protocol. This is high bandwidth, NAND Flash-specific storage of the highest order.
This is solid state all grown up and with Non-Volatile Media Express (NVMe), and it’s forging its own path free of the past.
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Since the first consumer SSDs started hitting our PCs they’ve all been piggy-backing old school, high-latency mechanical drive technology in terms of their interfaces and protocols.
In the beginning of the SSD revolution running across the 600MB/s limit of the SATA 6Gbps interface wasn’t much of a problem. Quickly our SSDs became more trustworthy and more capable, and suddenly they were bumping their heads against the limits of the suddenly geriatric-looking connection.
Along came PCIe-based drives, though they were mostly still just groups of smaller SATA drives connected to a PCIe RAID controller.
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