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[O3D] Samsung reveals its 980 Pro PCIe Gen4 SSD with 6,500MB/s read speeds - CES 2020

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"Samsung reveals its 980 Pro PCIe Gen4 SSD with 6,500MB/s read speeds - CES 2020
Samsung has officially announced its first consumer-grade PCIe Gen4 SSD, an M.2 NVMe drive that promised to destroy its Phison-based competition and leave them in the dust.

You think 5GB/s sequential reads are fast? Samsung's new 980 PRO promises sequential read speeds of 6.5GB/s and sequential write speeds of 5GB/s. These speeds will require a PCIe 4.0 compatible system, making the 980 PRO's performance only available on AMD Ryzen 3rd Generation systems at launch.

To achieve these speeds, Samsung created a new PCIe 4.0 compatible SSD controller, updated its 3D V-NAND to deliver improved power efficiency and access speeds and increased its V-NAND stack size to 128-layers.

PC Watch has reported that Samsung plans to release its PCIe Gen4 complaint 980 PRO SSD in the US and Korea on January 21st, with a release in February for the rest of the world. Full specifications for the driver are unknown, but it will deliver sequential read/write speeds of 6,500MB/s and 5,000MB/s respectively (at least for the 1TB model) and release with capacities of 250GB, 500Gb and 1TB. "

At this time the price tags of Samsung's 980 Pro series SSDs are unknown. We hope that our local Samsung representative will report back to us with more information soon.
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How about the 4KQD1 and various random read/write performance?

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Cries in 970 Pro (3,500/2,700 MB/s) vs 980 Pro (6,500MB/s and 5,000MB/s)
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I'll wait for Phison's E18 or Innogrit's IG5236, thanks. Q3 the latest, should manage, lol

There was some sense into buying Samsung NVMEs during the mid PCIE3 NVME 1.3 era and only during said mid era; their early ones were toasty and prone to issues, their latest ones had nothing to offer except synthetic benchmark eye candy and/or that ever-present ego boosting infusion so many of our regulars here require to last through their day (8K show off pics notwithstanding of course).
Not anymore though; cheaper, just as good -in terms of randoms- products exist now for PCIE3, better ones are out for PCIE4 already and upcoming ones with the controllers mentioned above promise to be even better than Samsung's gen4 SSDs, with specs surpassing those of the 980 Pro; and needless to say, at a much healthier pricing. Dead on arrival this one, or as close as not to matter.

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Been waiting and looking forward to Samsung announcing their PCIe4 drives. It'll be interesting to see how their latest controller and generation of V-NAND performs. Seems like they're definitely using 2-bit MLC on their Pro lineup still (considering the capacities), I find it nice to have a flagship lineup that still seems to have an MLC option. Hopefully there's an EVO not too far behind it however.

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Couldn't care less about sequential read/write, while this is great in a server it serves no practical purpose even the most demanding home or office machine.

We need drives that allow the OS to boot instantaneously (Intel are nowhere near ready with such drives).

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Quote: Originally Posted by TK421 View Post
How about the 4KQD1 and various random read/write performance?
If you are aiming that you should go straight for Intel 905p Optane. Optane is still the king of speed when it comes to daily use for consumer.

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We need drives that allow the OS to boot instantaneously (Intel are nowhere near ready with such drives).
I think Intel will be the first to reach there with their Optane drive.

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