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Intel Optane 600p 128gb ssd @ Amazon £49.99

£49.99 @ Amazon
Just found this while looking through ssds. It's on pre order for £49.99 sequential reads of up to 1,800 megabytes and sequential writes of up to 560 megabytes per second Incorrect Amazon descri… Read More
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Just found this while looking through ssds. It's on pre order for £49.99

sequential reads of up to 1,800 megabytes and sequential writes of up to 560 megabytes per second

Incorrect Amazon description the 128gb version reads at 770 (still faster than most in that price range)
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
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I got excited when I read your description, but I just looked it up and found this:

Performance
Sequential Read (up to) 770 MB/s
Sequential Write (up to) 450 MB/s
Random Read (8GB Span) (up to) 35000 IOPS
Random Write (8GB Span) (up to) 91500 IOPS
Power - Active 100mW (Typical)
Power - Idle 40mW (Typical)
#2
Interesting it says on the Amazon site 1800 I will have a Google
1 Like #3
sweetjudy21
Interesting it says on the Amazon site 1800 I will have a Google
Yeah the description seems a bit vague on Amazon, I guess they are talking about the 600p series in general.
#4
So my quick googling tells me the 1800 read is for the 1tb version looks like Amazon are using the incorrect description
1 Like #5
128GB: 770MB/s, 450MB/s, 35,000 IOPS, 91,000 IOPS
256GB: 1,570MB/s, 540MB/s, 71,000 IOPS, 112,000 IOPS
512GB: 1,775 MB/s, 560MB/s, 128,500 IOPS, 128,000 IOPS
1,024GB: 1,800 MB/s, 560MB/s, 155,000 IOPS, 128,000 IOPS
2 Likes #7
256Gb is a bit cheaper here: £87 https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B01L3LQLBG/ref=dp_olp_new?
which given the speeds above would be the best bang per buck buy.
2 Likes #8
before you buy please read the Anandtech review.
#9
Bigspin
before you buy please read the Anandtech review.

Why not just say what it says? Provide a link?
1 Like #10
Graham1979
Bigspin
before you buy please read the Anandtech review.
Why not just say what it says? Provide a link?
Here, ill hand you it on a plate ;)
http://media.gettyimages.com/photos/dog-poo-offering-picture-id123201617?s=170667a
#11
bouncy99
Graham1979
Bigspin
before you buy please read the Anandtech review.
Why not just say what it says? Provide a link?
Here, ill hand you it on a plate ;)http://media.gettyimages.com/photos/dog-poo-offering-picture-id123201617?s=170667a

There you go, all you had to do was have a poo and pick it up ha ha
#12
Graham1979
bouncy99
Graham1979
Bigspin
before you buy please read the Anandtech review.
Why not just say what it says? Provide a link?
Here, ill hand you it on a plate ;)http://media.gettyimages.com/photos/dog-poo-offering-picture-id123201617?s=170667a
There you go, all you had to do was have a poo and pick it up ha ha
also, that was the review ;)
1 Like #13
Bigspin
before you buy please read the Anandtech review.
Thank you for warning
http://www.anandtech.com/show/10850/the-intel-ssd-600p-512gb-review
Good SATA SSDs seem to beat it in many tests.
1 Like #15
or don't go for the oem sku with less warranty, and buy the 960 pro with 5 year warranty

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