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Intel has introduced six new SSDs using 3D NAND technology, with two client products, two data centre drives and two embedded Internet of Things drives. Chipzilla says these are the first of many utilising 3D NAND technology and we expect some of the existing 2D (planar) NAND drives to fall out of favour and be retired. The …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Talk about over complicating the branding/product, while you're talk numbers, just give me a Samsung 850 Sata or an 850 PCI-NVMe and I'll be on my way.

    I realise been Intel this drive has the potential to be better (no doubt Intel are good) but Sammys are so much easier to understand the branding, going by this.

    Using a wide range of Samsungs, but the best has to be a 'vintage' Samsung 830 256GB that gets hammered to hell everyday in terms of backup images, its never missed a beat. Did SSDs really improve after that or just add incremental built in obsolescence?

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