ny bølge af m.2 ssds med phison e8 nvme pcie x2-controllere til hit næste måned - Ny

Ny bølge af M.2 SSD'er med Phison E8 NVMe PCIe x2-controllere, der rammer næste måned



Phison has been working hard towards bringing to market a new, budget SSD controller in the form of its Phison E8 solution. The controller was designed with the purpose to try and dethrone Intel's 600p solutions from the budget, entry-level NVMe options, through offering increased performance at the same affordable prices. To do this, and so as to decrease power consumption, Phison opted for a PCIe 2x support for the E8 - this means the company is trading burst performance for decreased power consumption. E8-based SSDs are expected in capacities of 128 GB, 256 GB, 512 GB, and 1 TB, with prices lower than the current 600p and Phison's own E7-based products like the MyDigitalSSD BPX.

Phison E8-controlleren skal stadig tilbyde masser af øget ydelse i forhold til en typisk HDD og er designet til at arbejde med 3D NAND-teknologi. selv med firmwaren i sine ikke-afsluttende faser, rapporterer Tom's Hardware, at Phison E8's ydeevne allerede er højere end Intels 600p og WD's Black PCIe-løsninger. Som vi alle ved, er firmwareoptimeringer dog vigtigst for SSD-controllers ydeevne, så vi kan kun forvente, at disse ydelsesnumre vil stige. Alt i alt ser det ud til, at vi har endnu en billig NVMe SSD-løsning på markedet, skønt desktop-brugere sandsynligvis vælger en PCIe 4x-løsning, da det miljø ikke er ligeglad med strømforbruget lige så meget som en mobil løsning. ville.


Source: Tom's Hardware