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Records are broken on NVMe 7400/7000


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attached New NVMe SSD https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/phison-e18-to-be-fastest-pcie-gen-4x4-nvme-ssd-controller-going-for-7400-mbs.html  

To be extremely fast 

 

But not understood from the whole new generation, are there competitors in the Samsung 980 PRO?

In terms of continuous writing Intelligent TurboWrite coming from Samsung 108GB

 

And no other manufacturer mentions this term in it?

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I just want to point out that in my opinion 90% of users will have no ability to distinguish between any of the NVME drives whether the cheapest or most expensive in normal uses so do not know how much it really matters or how much it really interests the average user.

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It is clear that no other manufacturer refers to Intelligent TurboWrite because this term is a registered trademark of סמסונג, My impression is that this is just another name for SLC Cache and all manufacturers today use similar technologies.

 

Wonderful if there is no difference between To other manufacturers 

But no one checks it?

After all, there are online tests for Intelligent TurboWrite or continuous testing of a file usage file transfer request 

Where do the competitors stand?

 

 

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Do not understand you gave a link without explaining what I am supposed to see or understand?

There is an explanation.

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the 1TB model's pre-allocated TurboWrite region is 6GB and can allocate an additional 108GB as a dynamic SLC buffer for a total of 114GB

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if the has less than 324GB remaining free space (1TB model), intelligent TurboWrite will not fully operate, so for best performance, be sure to leave a little wiggle room in the drive

 

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There is an explanation.

 

 

There is no longer an explanation for my questions 

Bringing a REV of 980 PRO 

Even you can not explain what is related to your link.

 

Now you are bringing me quotes from REV that are not related to my question :

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But not understood from the whole new generation, are there competitors in the Samsung 980 PRO?

In terms of continuous writing Intelligent TurboWrite coming from Samsung 108GB  " 

 

The link you provided is written on every site that does a 980 PRO REV 

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Who do you think are the competitors of the 980 PRO? It is superior to the first generation of PCIE4.0 drives and the second generation has not yet really come out in most competitors.

 

Your original link talks about the E18 controller but it does not That you can buy but only the cattle and have not yet entered the market for the products based on it. To- There is a new controller that will probably also give competition but even there we are still waiting for products that have hit the market. Right now the main competitor of the 980 PRO is the WD Black SN850 which gives the impression that in most tests it is slightly better than it is, not that anyone will feel the difference between them.

https://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/9664/wd-black-sn850-1tb-nvme-2-ssd/index.html

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Who is it for you deadBoycotts of the 980 PRO? It is superior to the first generation of PCIE4.0 drives and the second generation has not yet really come out in most competitors.

After all, I wrote in the top of my question the The competitors   

Phison e18 Containing chip 1.4  Rev. This is the new generation 

You ask what is the new generation?
Read the article on the site 
https://hwzone.co.il/main-computers/הקרב-על-הדור-הבא-מתחמם-בקרי-ssd-חדשים-בדור/

 

 

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Your original link talks about the E18 controller but it does not SSD That you can buy but only the cattle and have not yet entered the market for the products based on it. To-

According to the manufacturer by the end of the month it came out 

And I mentioned that this is the new generation 


 

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Currently the main competitor of the 980 PRO is the WD B.lack SN850 Which gives the impression that in most tests it is slightly better than him, 

God- Yours also not sold in the market yet. 

And this is not the new generation  ,   1.4 NVMe Rev, 

Your SSD contains 1.3 

 

This is the new generation and as it is there are already online updates about them 
https://www.xpg.com/us/feature/685/

 

 

 

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