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Old 21-03-14, 11:59 AM
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Intel 730 Series 480GB Review



Intel have combined their Enterprise technologies with desktop storage to produce the Intel 730 Series, and we take a look.


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Old 21-03-14, 02:10 PM
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The original Intel drives were the drive to go to till the Corsair and Samsung drives took over I wonder will these put Intel back on top?
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Old 21-03-14, 05:15 PM
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God I can't wait for them to move away from SATA 6GB/s

All the bloody decent SSDs on the market are capped by the interface, and making better drives isn't going to change that.

SOMEONE PLEASE MAKE A FASTER DRIVE INTERFACE.
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God I can't wait for them to move away from SATA 6GB/s

All the bloody decent SSDs on the market are capped by the interface, and making better drives isn't going to change that.

SOMEONE PLEASE MAKE A FASTER DRIVE INTERFACE.
Well there's always PCI Express.
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Old 22-03-14, 03:34 AM
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Well there's always PCI Express.
Ok, well can someone get PCIe down to the same price as the SATA ones?
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Very nice drive only Intel force people to pay 480GB version because difference in performance are bigger than other drives.
I decide too, no more SSD until SATA Express.
If Intel leave Haswell Extreme with SATA III than solution is PCI-E drive when they show up. Haswell Extreme was real time for new standard but if I remember they talk about Skylake and SATA Express.
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Very nice drive only Intel force people to pay 480GB version because difference in performance are bigger than other drives.
I decide too, no more SSD until SATA Express.
If Intel leave Haswell Extreme with SATA III than solution is PCI-E drive when they show up. Haswell Extreme was real time for new standard but if I remember they talk about Skylake and SATA Express.
Definitely, It's about time the industry standardizes a faster drive interface... SATA is just stupid for an SSD I don't understand why they have not even considered making PCIe SSDs popular, the enthusiast market would be all over them.
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