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    Intel releases its mainstream NVMe SSD 670p range

    Uses the latest 144-layer QLC 3D NAND, and is available in capacities up to 2TB.
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    Re: Intel releases its mainstream NVMe SSD 670p range

    You would have thought by now they would be pushing 3D Xpoint technology, guess they still have bugs to iron out in that. At least a small Optane cache instead of or on top of the SLC area these use.

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    Re: Intel releases its mainstream NVMe SSD 670p range

    Didn't they sell off their NAND dvision...?

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    Re: Intel releases its mainstream NVMe SSD 670p range

    Well they seem rather lacklustre, they're not particularly fast in iops or straight up read/write and to top it off they're not exactly cheap...

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