Intel to release 750 Series SSDs

Intel to release 750 Series SSDs

Just a few days after the official release of the factory overclocked Intel 730 Series SSDs, the US chip giant has been said to release a follow-up to this series. As expected the upcoming line will be called 750 Series.

The new devices are codenamed August Ridge and will be based on 20 nm MLC NAND flash memory. The new line will however come in M.2 and PCIe form factors having a PCI-E x8 interface and capacities of 180, 240, 360, 480, 600 GB. The novelties will reach 1500 MB/sec of read speed and 1100 MB/sec of write speed with IOPS being 180 000/24 000 accordingly.

The pricing of the upcoming 750 Series SSD is not known.

Source: Myce.com

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