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post #11 of 21
enterprise? sad.

the product looks promising though, i wonder if their controller has good mixed I/O throughput, its that part of the workload where SSDs fail to deliver.
post #12 of 21
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Because thick backplates with fins would eat another 0.5-1 slot. A backplate alone can cause unwanted interference with a card in the neighboring slot.

I kinda get that, but to be fair a backplate on a card that close to another card is kinda pointless anyways. Just would be nice to have the option for those who don't run multi gpu setups or max out pci lanes.
post #13 of 21
backplates are fine so long as they're removable, though the added cost could put off some people.
post #14 of 21
Added cost putting off people? I mean, this thing is probably $1000, so $10 for a backplate isn't really going to dissuade you.


But there are some decent NVMe PCIE SSD's with backplates:

Anniversary edition




Regular edition



The backplate also helps cool some of the NAND chips on the back too (thermal pad).
Edited by TheBloodEagle - 4/27/17 at 9:26am
post #15 of 21
I wonder how does this compare against the 3D-crosspoint for daily workload and intense high end gaming. biggrin.gif
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You can try to compare it with these stats. It's a Gen 1 device though (at so far 375GB @ 4X), Gen 2 at 16X will probably completely obliterate PCIE NVME SSD's further in most tests. But it looks like the Intel Optane SSD DC P4800X beats at least the Kingston variant in IOPS & latency.

http://www.anandtech.com/show/11209/intel-optane-ssd-dc-p4800x-review-a-deep-dive-into-3d-xpoint-enterprise-performance




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Added cost putting off people? I mean, this thing is probably $1000, so $10 for a backplate isn't really going to dissuade you.


But there are some decent NVMe PCIE SSD's with backplates:
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Anniversary edition




Regular edition


The backplate also helps cool some of the NAND chips on the back too (thermal pad).

i mean, i see some of them put an additional $100 just for adding a single passive heatsink on top.
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You can try to compare it with these stats. It's a Gen 1 device though (at so far 375GB @ 4X), Gen 2 at 16X will probably completely obliterate PCIE NVME SSD's further in most tests. But it looks like the Intel Optane SSD DC P4800X beats at least the Kingston variant in IOPS & latency.

http://www.anandtech.com/show/11209/intel-optane-ssd-dc-p4800x-review-a-deep-dive-into-3d-xpoint-enterprise-performance




What a smexy ssd ! drool.gif
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Wow! Now i'm interested in that, does it give full bandwith for the nVME drives? Thinking of putting a 960 pro in it.
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Wow! Now i'm interested in that, does it give full bandwith for the nVME drives? Thinking of putting a 960 pro in it.


I haven't installed mine yet since I don't have the M.2 SSDs to put in right now. So I can't say personally. I kinda splurged because I loved the look (weird I know). But it seems like it passes through without problems since it's PCIE 3.0 4X like the 960 Pro:





There's also room for a SATA M.2 drive also. The SK9 Pro version I linked has heatsinks to put on. The one without the heatsinks is a bit cheaper. Still overall seems like really good value. It's a bit more costly on Newegg than Aliexpress but takes a lot longer to ship from Ali.
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