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Old 10-04-19, 03:00 PM
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Intel Launches their Optane H10 Hybrid QLC/XPoint M.2 SSD

Is this the future of SSD storage?



Read more about Intel's Optane H10 Hybrid XPoint/QLC SSD.

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No AMD support? Time for Micron to jump into bed with AMD then and use their part of this tech.
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No AMD support? Time for Micron to jump into bed with AMD then and use their part of this tech.
TBH I do wonder what Micron's plans are for XPoint. I suspect that Intel wants to go more down the DRAM route with Optane, which could be a reason behind their split with Micron for 3rd Generation Optane.

It is strange that XPoint isn't in any Micron SSDs, TBH I would love to see a Crucial drive make use of an Optane Cache.
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Optane would just be a more expensive SLC alternative. Albeit still faster and lower latency. Not sure if it would really help the super fast NVMe drives.
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