Originally Posted by Asen
I'd have a question. The interface is still PCIE-3 and only 4 lanes at max, I must that in the photo they seem only 2 times, so how will it be faster than an NVME drive, when this one almost saturates the bandwith?
As you suggest with the interfaces the same the maximum sequential rates will be similar but where this leaps ahead is the latency on random IO, and the write-wear is pretty good too.
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