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When is it due to be released?
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What's the point? SSDs can't even take full advantage of SATA III yet
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SATA 3.2 in 2015
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What's the point? SSDs can't even take full advantage of SATA III yet

They're getting pretty close. There are a ton of drives that can do 525 MB/sec sustained, and that's > 5 Gbps by the time you add in SATA protocol overhead. If they added a couple more flash channels in the SSD, it would exceed SATA 3 specifications.

Greg
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Well with NGFF SSDs coming into existence I wouldn't be surprised if SSDs started skipping SATA and SATA became solely used for HDDs and Optical drive. To me that seems to make more sense m.2 SSDs with 1400MB/s Read/Writes already exist. It would also allow for continue laptop desktop consistency for SSDs, in terms of being the same form factor.
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I have been waiting to upgrade my SSD/HDD for the next gen stuff. 2015 is the next time they will be upgrading? Really? Source?
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SATA 3.2 could come on the Broadwell chipset, or it may not come until Skylake when we get PCI-E 4.0, which would make more sense.

EDIT: looks like Broadwell is getting PCI-E 4.0 too, it's just not on that pic.
Edited by WOD35 - 8/29/13 at 8:46pm
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SATA 3.2 could come on the Broadwell chipset, or it may not come until Skylake when we get PCI-E 4.0, which would make more sense.

EDIT: looks like Broadwell is getting PCI-E 4.0 too, it's just not on that pic.

Broadwell is integrated into the motherboard though right?
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