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Thread: [News] Kingston Announces the DCP-1000 PCI-Express NVMe SSD

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    [News] Kingston Announces the DCP-1000 PCI-Express NVMe SSD

    https://www.techpowerup.com/231084/k...press-nvme-ssd

    Kingston today announced the DCP-1000 line of high-performance PCI-Express SSDs, targeted at enterprises, particularly at data-centers with high bandwidth demands, the drives come in the half-height add-on card form-factor, and take feature a PCI-Express 3.0 x8 host interface (64 Gbps), and takes advantage of the NVMe protcol. It puts this interface bandwidth to good use, belting out sequential transfer rates in excess of 6,800 MB/s. The drive comes in capacities of 800 GB, 1600 GB, and 3200 GB.

    All three models offer sequential read speeds of up to 6,800 MB/s. The 800 GB variant writes at speeds of up to 5,000 MB/s, while the other two models write at up to 6,000 MB/s. The 4K random access performance of the 800 GB variant is 900,000/145,000 IOPS (reads/writes); with the 1600 GB variant belting out 1,100,000/200,000 IOPS, and the 3200 GB variant 1,000,000/180,000 IOPS. The drives come with full-length heatsinks cooling the MLC NAND flash chips and controller; and a bank of capacitors that provide power-outage data-loss mitigation.

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    6800/6000 R/W is massive ! I wonder what other manufacturers will have to offer for the transition to x8 lane products...

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    Quote Originally Posted by felix_w View Post
    6800/6000 R/W is massive ! I wonder what other manufacturers will have to offer for the transition to x8 lane products...
    phison is supposed to have linked controllers that work as one volume, micron also sells a drive right now that looks like that (with 7-8 big caps on the top) that is 8x and uses a 32 channel flashtec controller. the question is when low quality or high stacked flash will be available at a price that thees are viable for consumer. right now if you did not want to sacrifice cost for performance to load up a 32 channel controller you would have 1.5-2TB.
    Last edited by zanzabar; 03-01-2017 at 12:31 AM.
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