Original article: Quick models from Western Digital, Intel And Patriot manage to surprise us again, after we thought we saw almost everything
Beside Prices of DRAM memories that continue to fly downwards, It seems that the price of chipsNAND Is becoming increasingly cheaper - allowing not only older SATA drives to break positive records of cost-benefit ratios, but also modern M2 drives that support the standard SATA-NVMe To reach prices that until recently had been considered mere fantasy.
The section, the Intel 660p model that was one of the first NVMs to break market prices, continues to lead the downward trend even now - and now Its 512GB version can be purchased for a final price of $ 68.81, Or 255 shekels only.
Are not you excited about QLC? Western Digital's new SN500 model Which has won great accolades in various reviews across the network due to its real world performance (although theoretical performance only reaches 1,700MBps) is reduced to a bargain price of 72.38 for 500GB - about NIS 265 including delivery to the house.
is also The Patriot Scorch model is 512GB, Based on the popular E8 controller Phison And uses a vein PCI-Express 3.0 × 2 to provide continuous speeds of up to 1,700MBps and random performance up to 200,000IOPS - available for 73.12 dollars.
For convenience, the latest Western Digital SN750 Black Drive, which is one of the most advanced home models on the market with continuous transfer speeds of up to 3,100MBps and random performance with small 4KB files up to 220,000IOPS, Fell below the VAT exemption threshold within the volume of 250GB - Cost of 77.32 dollars including delivery to the home (285 Shekels), as a worthy alternative to the popular 970 EVO of סמסונג.
updating: The 900GB HP EX500 drive is sold in Newegg At a price of ILS 311.81 including shipping to Israel.
Lexmark NVME NM600 with 480GB, With continuous 2,100MBps speed and random performance up to 188,000IOPS, is offered at NIS 312.81.
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