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Old 18-01-18, 09:19 AM
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Intel 760p NVMe SSD performance data emerges

Intel is taking on Samsung in the high-end SSD market!



Read more about Intel's 760p series of NVMe SSDs.

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Old 18-01-18, 09:25 AM
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Good. About time we had a price war.

The only SSD I have bought in the past five years is a Arc 100 OCZ. Every other one has been Intel. They are the only SSD I've not had die on me yet (never had a Samsung).

D'you know what? I shouldn't have said that. I will pay for it now, no doubt lol.
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Good. About time we had a price war.

The only SSD I have bought in the past five years is a Arc 100 OCZ. Every other one has been Intel. They are the only SSD I've not had die on me yet (never had a Samsung).

D'you know what? I shouldn't have said that. I will pay for it now, no doubt lol.
Quick Knock on wood...

Samsung been fine for me, had an Ocz that died and an intel that still works perfectly well.
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