Issuance of “game” SSD Intel Optane 900P is expected at the end of October

What is Intel Optane 900P? In the spring of this year the Intel company has begun deliveries of solid-state stores on new type of non-volatile memory 3D XPoint.

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Memory 3D XPoint allows to create SSD with the delays, smallest in branch, at the address (less than 10 microsec) and is stated how steadier against wear. The outputs 3D XPoint until limited and Intel has begun deliveries with the consumer caching SSD with a modest capacity of 16 GB and 32 GB and also from the server store Optane DC P4800X with a capacity of 375 GB.

The company will present new SSD Intel Optane 900P

By hearsay, deliveries of SSD Optane for game personal computers and for the systems of enthusiasts had to begin later in the current year with an exit of the SSD Intel Optane 900P series.

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The announcement of the SSD Intel Optane 900P series will take place in day of the beginning of an action of CitizenCon in honor of support of the game Star Citizen project. It has to occur in the last days of October. At this time the Intel company will announce availability 280-GB and 480-GB Optane 900P versions.

If to assume that the prime cost 3D XPoint осталась invariable, then, proceeding from the price of $1800 for the 375-GB store Optane DC P4800X, in case of 280-GB SSD Intel Optane 900P $1350 can reach the question prices, and 480-GB — $2300. Only the real enthusiasts will be able to afford similar!

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It is necessary to remind that the expected settled speeds of reading and record of the SSD Intel Optane 900P models will reach 2500 Mbps and 2000 Mbps. In IOPS values productivity of stores in the modes of casual reading and record will rise up to 550/500 thousand operations per second. There was not enough time to the announcement of SSD Intel Optane 900P, will look forward.

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Issuance of “game” SSD Intel Optane 900P is expected at the end of October was last modified: October 8th, 2017 by Jim McDonald