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Intel’s Next-Generation Platform to Support Serial ATA Express Natively.

Started by: Vampire36 | Date 04/17/13 01:02:04 AM
Comments: 9 | Last Comment:  04/19/13 02:59:43 PM

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1 6 [Posted by: Vampire36  | Date: 04/17/13 01:02:04 AM]
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Sure! Have I told you about the nice condo I am bidding for on Mars?

You'll have to find the solution to quite a number of issues before this happens. When doing intense computing, you have to dissipate heat!

Can't wait to try fit a Corsair H100 on the futur Ipads
0 1 [Posted by: MHudon  | Date: 04/17/13 09:41:05 AM]
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This is good news. SSDs will utilise more bandwidth and lower latencies to provide great performance increases that CPU technology alone could not deliver.
3 0 [Posted by: linuxlowdown  | Date: 04/17/13 05:52:32 AM]
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Hopefully motherboards and chipsets will support DDR4 by that time. Only then I will upgrade.
1 0 [Posted by: ChiliBean  | Date: 04/17/13 06:20:13 AM]
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lol the 2% performance increase over DDR3 will be worth it!
2 0 [Posted by: redeemer  | Date: 04/17/13 02:41:05 PM]
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Someone please tell me. Why we need > 6Gb/s Connector, when SSD just have 100 MB/s to 600 MB/s read/write Speed??
1 0 [Posted by: jpunk  | Date: 04/17/13 07:07:24 PM]
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And it doesn't look conspicuous that SSD had been topping at almost exactly the peak bandwidth of SATA 3 for more than a year already? In the HDD days even SATA2 was an overkill but obviously SSDs can saturate 6Gb/s link even today. They could certainly benefit from faster links.
1 0 [Posted by: kokara4a  | Date: 04/18/13 01:57:50 AM]
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bits vs bytes.
6 GigaBITS/s sata is about 750 MegaBYTES/s. Plus protocol overhead. Most SSDs today are saturating that bandwidth
0 0 [Posted by: mgl888  | Date: 04/19/13 02:59:43 PM]
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