We’ve been hearing quite a lot of chatter about the new non-volatile memory being developed by Intel and Micron together – 3D XPoint. And then about a new range of storage devices being released under the brand name Optane. So far, we’ve seen plenty of motherboards with shiny new “Optane Memory Ready” badges. In fact, one of the primary reasons for anyone thinking of upgrading to Kaby Lake CPUs is the fact that a 7th Gen Kaby Lake CPU paired with the new 200-series chipset is required for Optane memory support. However, the hype train hasn’t been that strong for 3D XPoint SSDs which makes us wonder why that’s so. Anyways, today’s announcement might clear up those doubts as Intel brings out the world’s most responsive SSD – the DC P4800X for $1520.
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