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Intel-ssd-910-800gb.33530668
9.1* out of 10

Intel 910 Series SSD

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Overall 9
8.8

Intel 910 Series SSDPEDOX400G301 PCI-E 400GB PCI Express MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) - Brown Box

ExcaliberPC
15 February 2014
Overall 8
8.2

Intel 910 Series SSDPEDPX800G301 PCI-E 800GB PCI Express MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) - Brown Box

ExcaliberPC
15 February 2014

Intel SSD 910 PCI Express SSD Performance Review

HotHardware
5 May 2012
  • Excerpt: A couple of years back we attended an IDF event in San Francisco, and among other disclosures, behind closed doors the company was showing off a PCI Express-based SSD with current generation Intel NAND Flash and based on an array of SandForce controllers.  As it turns out, that product never saw the light of day and was more of a demonstration and proof of concept vehicle for Intel than anything else.
  • Pros: Competitively fast PCIe SSD, Great write performance at high queue depths, Best-in-class endurance specifications and features, 5 year warranty, Half-height, compact design
  • Cons: Requires lots of airflow, thermally sensitive, No on-board hardware RAID currently, Falls a bit flat under shallow queue depths and workloads, Non-bootable
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Intel SSD 910 Series 800GB PCIe SSD First Look

PC Perspective
27 April 2012
  • Excerpt: A little over two weeks back, Intel briefed me on their new  SSD 910 Series PCIe SSD . Since that day I've been patiently awaiting its arrival, which happened just a few short hours ago. I've burned the midnight oil for the sake of getting some greater details out there.
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Intel 910 Series 800GB PCI-E SSD Review

Hardware Canucks
18 July 2012
  • Conclusion: Intel’s 910 800GB is currently a dominating titan within the solid state drive market but with extreme performance and impressive longevity comes a price that will be staggering for many of our readers. But before the pitchfork-wielding enthusiast mob descends upon this four thousand dollar monster, let’s all take a deep breath and remember that Intel’s focus here is firmly pointed towards the enterprise market and to a lesser extent workstation consumers.
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