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Intel 750 800GB PCI-E SSD

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Intel has been a reliable mainstay of our SSD line here at Puget Systems for many years, and their new DC 750 series are among the first NVM Express based SSDs aimed at consumer and workstation systems rather than servers. The direct PCI-Express 3.0 x4 connection these drives use allows for speeds far higher than the traditional SATA interface, and the DC 750 series is geared for the fastest performance. They can reach 2,100 MB/s maximum read speeds and 800 MB/s for writes. Another strength of these drives is in IOPS: up to 420,000 IOPS for random reads and 210,000 IOPS for writes.

Please note that these drives require a PCI-E 3.0 slot of x4 size or larger. Using an older PCI-E 2.0 slot reduces both read and write performance, with as much as a 40% drop in maximum read speeds.
William George (Puget Labs)
William George (Puget Labs) Says:
These drives are *amazingly* fast, but note that they need PCI-Express 3.0 in order to run at full speed. They also can only be used as boot drives on modern chipsets, like Z97 and X99. I would love to use one on my Z87 at home, but am out of luck (unless I wanted to just have it as a secondary drive).
Model: Intel SSDPEDMW800G4X1

Capacity  800 GB
Interface  PCIe 3.0 x4
Form Factor  1/2 Height PCIe
Endurance (TBW)  219 TB
Sequential Read  2100 MB/s
Sequential Write  800 MB/s
Random 4KB Read  420000 IOPS
Random 4KB Write  210000 IOPS

Please note that using a PCI-E 3.0 x4 slot is required to achieve full performance. In our testing we have seen up to a 4% drop in write performance and a 40% drop in read performance by using PCI-E 2.0 x4 instead of PCI-E 3.0 x4.

  • Intel 750 800GB PCI-E SSD Drivers
  • Intel 750 800GB PCI-E SSD Utility
    • SSD Toolbox
      • ssd346.zip
        Version 3.4.6 Released 05/31/17
        For Win7_64, Win8_64, Win10_64, Svr2012_64

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