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Old 10-08-18, 02:28 PM
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Intel Optane Memory 32GB Review



If you want to take advantage of fast transfer speeds without the expense of new drives, the Intel Optane Memory 32GB might be the answer.


Intel Optane Memory 32GB Review

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Old 10-08-18, 03:45 PM
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This appears to be exactly how AMDs storemi works
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This appears to be exactly how AMDs storemi works
Yep sure does seem like StoreMI, to be honest and with respect to TTL, Intel just bore the pants of me at the moment. Bring on the TR2 reviews
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Yep sure does seem like StoreMI, to be honest and with respect to TTL, Intel just bore the pants of me at the moment. Bring on the TR2 reviews
Yeah I am looking fwd to seeing those, even though I won't ever be able to own one.
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what percentage of the market has the latest intel motherboards... sounds a lot more expensive than £53 for everybody else if it requires a complete system upgrade.
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Old 11-08-18, 01:56 AM
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For that money you can get a 256GB SSD. For a few bucks more you can get a NVMe PCI x2 drive too.
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One thing that would put me off was that you say if it's removed you get BSD, So what happens when it eventually dies
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For that money you can get a 256GB SSD. For a few bucks more you can get a NVMe PCI x2 drive too.
256GB is tiny for storage drive though. This allows you to get high speeds on your high capacity slow drives.
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256GB is tiny for storage drive though. This allows you to get high speeds on your high capacity slow drives.
Depends on the person really
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One thing that would put me off was that you say if it's removed you get BSD, So what happens when it eventually dies
That would be a royal pita with the way things stand atm (safe mode didnt work either) would only count on the boot drive though
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