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Old 10-04-2019, 11:10 PM   #1
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[News] Intel's Optane Memory H10 pairs solid state storage for better performance and capacity

The new Intel Optane Memory H10 with solid-state storage packs better performance and capacity in a compact M.2 form factor.

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Old 11-04-2019, 04:41 PM   #2
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Will Optane M2 work with X470 motherboard?
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If you already has M2 slot. Must well go for SSD/NVMe as a boot drive. Is much efficient to do this way.
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Looking at price of nvme drives now.....i dont think its worth buyinh.
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Intel should just open Optane Memory to AMD.
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If you already has M2 slot. Must well go for SSD/NVMe as a boot drive. Is much efficient to do this way.
i have to admit, i agree to you on this point.
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Well, the H10 is Opante + SSD combined.
Should theoretically be even faster for mainstream needs.

But price-wise... dunno since it's mainly for OEM use.
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Intel should just open Optane Memory to AMD.
No need also no problem. Like rambus RAM, in the end luckily never need to pay extra for the licensing.
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No need also no problem. Like rambus RAM, in the end luckily never need to pay extra for the licensing.
like Nvidia Physics X
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optane cache drives are slower than ssd. not to mention they paired it with qlc, which is slower than hdd under load once the cache runs out.



https://www.anandtech.com/show/13078...c-nand-arrives

issue is not tech. it's because of cost. intel only gives minimum capacity and try to uses caching algorithm to make up the difference which of course fails under any disk load

there's a reason why after m10, 660p, they now make this oem. yes those ppl that buy laptop/pc to watch youtube probably wouldn't notice a difference. for everyone else just get a standard ssd.
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