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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-29-2019, 01:37 PM - Thread Starter
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[AnandTech] Intel Announces Optane Memory M15: 3D XPoint On M.2 PCIe 3.0 x4

Source: https://www.anandtech.com/show/14437...-m2-pcie-30-x4

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The first major hardware update to Intel's consumer Optane M.2 drives is coming soon, with the Optane Memory M15 drive intended for caching use. Compared to the original Optane Memory and the Optane Memory M10, the M15 updates the controller to widen the PCIe link from two lanes to four lanes, enabling significant performance increases. The maximum throughput will still be lower than what high-end NAND flash based SSDs can achieve at high queue depths, but the Optane Memory M15 doesn't sacrifice any of its unbeatable latency at low queue depths in order to increase throughput compared to its predecessors.

Earlier leaks had indicated that the M15 (codenamed Carson Beach) would add a 128GB capacity, but so far Intel is only announcing the same three capacities offered by the Optane Memory M10: 16GB, 32GB and 64GB. The Optane M10's hardware is also sold as the Optane SSD 800P, and that product line does include a 128GB/118GB model. The upcoming Optane SSD 815P that will similarly share a hardware platform with the Optane Memory M15 is expected to continue offering both 58GB and 118GB usable capacities.
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I wonder how this fits into the storage industry as a whole with SSD prices dropping like a lead balloon.


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pci-e gen 3.0 is so last week.

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only up to 118GB though, even if it has all the speed it won't really cut it anymore when you could get a 2TB SSD for most purposes.

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only up to 118GB though, even if it has all the speed it won't really cut it anymore when you could get a 2TB SSD for most purposes.
Even that is not announced yet, they max out at 64GB in a completely useless fashion.
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pci-e gen 3.0 is so last week.
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Looks like Intel decide not to release anymore useful product since it will be overpriced further by their greediness.


I was expecting some successor to 905p but all I see some useless storage lol. Considering mainstream phone is going for 128GB.

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pci-e gen 3.0 is so last week.
What we want is Intel Optane pci-e 4.0

Good luck finding other "ssd's" that have low latency as Optane. Ssd's is so 2010

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Quote: Originally Posted by Nizzen View Post
What we want is Intel Optane pci-e 4.0

Good luck finding other "ssd's" that have low latency as Optane. Ssd's is so 2010
This might come close or beat it :
https://www.anandtech.com/show/14416...d-with-pcie-40

And uses PCI-E 4.0
PCI-E4 tops out at 8GB/s so there is almost enough headroom to still double this one too
Oh and its a 2TB drive
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