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crap



i just bought the 850 pro
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no wonder SSD prices have gone down these past few weeks......
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no wonder SSD prices have gone down these past few weeks......

This has absolutely no effect on the average EVO or Pro pricing.
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Wake me up when price AND availability is actually known for a NVMe pcie ssd.

Take a look at the Intel P3600 and P3700, some of them are available in europe.

P3600: 400 GB 700€, 800 GB 1400€, 1.6 TB 2700€, 2.0 TB 3600€
P3700: 400 GB 1000€, 800 GB 2000€, 1.6 TB 4200€, 2.0 TB 5500€
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Finally, an actual reason to bother looking at SSD benchmarks.
    
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Probably $2000+ for the smaller drives, maybe $6000+ for the big one.
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Take a look at the Intel P3600 and P3700, some of them are available in europe.
P3600: 400 GB 700€, 800 GB 1400€, 1.6 TB 2700€, 2.0 TB 3600€
P3700: 400 GB 1000€, 800 GB 2000€, 1.6 TB 4200€, 2.0 TB 5500€

Would agree that price should be close to Intel P3700 but higher 3-500 bucks. That leaves me still focused on the P3600@400GB.
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I think that there will be a move to SFF-8639 on normal gear within the next year. M.2 is cool, but has to be embedded and limits the amount of onboard connectors. They will eventually need a way to push more storage ports to PCIe, and this fits the bill.
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I think that there will be a move to SFF-8639 on normal gear within the next year. M.2 is cool, but has to be embedded and limits the amount of onboard connectors. They will eventually need a way to push more storage ports to PCIe, and this fits the bill.

I see the opposite happening. I think you'll see big SSD RAID become less and less common. Really who needs more than a single SSD capable of 3GB/s and IOPS through the roof?


Unless m.2 dies out I will never be buying any drive w/ a SFF-8639 connector. Those cables are just way too damn ugly to allow in my computers. tongue.gif
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Well, those are dev kit cables, a standard install uses a somewhat normal connection scheme, they just use a single HD mini-SAS cable to connect. I don't think that having more than one port (or two) of PCIe necessarily has to be used for RAID, I was thinking more along the lines of using them for storage volumes.
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Take a look at the Intel P3600 and P3700, some of them are available in europe.

P3600: 400 GB 700€, 800 GB 1400€, 1.6 TB 2700€, 2.0 TB 3600€
P3700: 400 GB 1000€, 800 GB 2000€, 1.6 TB 4200€, 2.0 TB 5500€

Well I guess that's getting close. Lol. But I'm in the US plus I'm waiting on either the P3500 or a Samsung pcie ssd with a black pcb (I'm guessing the black pcb part might take a while. Lol)
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