Not interested in M.2 interfaces and advanced NVMe standards but interested in drive SSD Simple and modern in the good old 2.5-inch configuration? This new model under the American computing giant brand should fit
HP probably won’t be the first name to pop to the tip of your tongue in a conversation about drives SSD, But the use of controllers and flash chips from other manufacturers wisely (with the help of the Chinese partner BIWIN who is responsible for the actual process) allowed her to create some not bad models at all in the field under her name - first and foremost from the EX920 and EX950 familiesNVMe The fastest and most advanced.
HP also has drives SSD Simpler and cheaper based on the SATA III standard, and now joining the S700 and S700 Pro models (from 2017) are also the latest S750 models which give us hope for even more affordable and competitive prices thanks to the use of chips storage Modern and crowded.
On theHP S750 can be seen direct heirs to the modelsHP S700, which are available in a variety of computer stores in the country at not bad prices at all - with the most significant change being a transition from volumes of between 120GB and 500GB to volumes between 256GB and up to one terabyte, using a customized version of the Sil2259 Motion SMXNUMX controller (probably In XT configuration without memory Built-in dynamic cache) for continuous transfer speeds of up to 560 MB per second and theoretical random performance of up to 90,000IOPS in reading and up to 89,000IOPS in writing.
HP does not disclose all technical details about the drivesSSD That carry its logo - but there are data tables that help to put some order in the numbers that are officially available
S750 drives are based on memories NAND Modern with a three-dimensional internal configuration with 96 layers, compared to chips with a 64-layer internal structure in the S700 and S700 Pro models - and while inHP Do not specify whether this is a configuration QLC Or in an older TLC configuration (and preferred by most users), maintaining a similar scope of warranty to the previous generation with three years and 0.6 daily drive deletions (DWPD) during this period may suggest that there is a welcome continuation of the use of TLC chips with longevity Better and better performance potential.
The 512GB model of the HP S750 can already be found in several stores in the country, at a starting price of NIS 277, which is a good development but still several tens of shekels higher than the price of drives SSD The cheapest in the Holy Land in the same volume - so there is definitely more room for improvement and upgrade. Is it possible that in a few weeks or months the S750 family models will become the cheapest in the category? We will keep our fingers crossed for this, and hope that reviews will also show some upgrade in capabilities compared to the S700 family models.