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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-23-2019, 05:18 PM
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No they would have been making 4C/4T on mainstream and declare HT as an HEDT platform feature only.

They need to move beyond Pentium/Core already, they tried with P4 and failed, they tried with Itanium and failed. One hit wonder sort of.
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Interesting how in windows this drive is not any better than pcie 3.0 drives. However, in other operating systems it performs much better.
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Interesting how in windows this drive is not any better than pcie 3.0 drives. However, in other operating systems it performs much better.

Probably because windows thinks it is PCIE 3.0. I bet they don't have PCIE 4 support yet.

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Windows has nothing to do with PCIE3.0 / 4.0:


Corsair MP600 2TB NVMe PCIE 4.0:
Spoiler!


For comparison Samsung 970 PRO 1TB NVMe (MLC) in a PCIE Gen4 M2 slot:
Spoiler!


In all seriousness, this is just your generic TLC NVMe SSD. In 4k testing etc. the Gen4 bandwith won't help.

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Don't get too excited about it beating Optane in the random IO tests. It's just a deficiency of the test. A 2 MiB block size may as well be a sequential test for solid state memory. A true 4K QD1 random IO test would still show a major victory for the Optane over this NAND based disk due to its much lower read/write latency. You can see this shine through a bit in their FS and DB tests.
True.

This test is like comparing a F1 car VS a tractor. 4k random @qD=1 vs sequencial read/write.

Both can win in different benchmarks if you cherrypick what you are benchmarking.



I'm using optane 900p for OS and programs. M.2 nvme ssd's for games.

I will pick 2x 1TB adata sx8200pro over 1xCorsair Force MP600 2TB any day.

Can't wait for optane pci-e 4.0 😎



My 2x 1TB adata sx8200pro. Same prize here in Norway as 1x 1TB MP 600

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