Originally Posted by Dyson Poindexter
Originally Posted by Apokalipse
Originally Posted by Moragg
Originally Posted by 47 Knucklehead
Must get 4 of them and put in a RAID 0 array.
Meh, doesn't RAID increase latency (or something like that?).
Just wait for NVMe M.2 SSDs - they will be blazingly fast - well into the GB/s. The SM951 is AHCI and
2D and has performance many times better than your average SATA SSD.
Just imagine what an NVMe 3D M.2 could accomplish
Well, the point of 3D NAND is capacity. It wouldn't necessarily be faster.
If 3D NAND is going to be anything like 3D HBM, it should be quicker.
It's not. HBM uses a completely different architecture. 3D NAND doesn't.
All it does is make use of the third dimension to increase the amount of NAND flash you can fit in a given 2D area.
Samsung is already using 3D NAND in its 850 series drives.