Monday, January 4th 2016

ZOTAC Shows Off its High-end PCIe SSD

ZOTAC unveiled its upcoming premium PCIe SSD at the 2016 CES. Built for performance, with sequential transfer rates in the neighbourhood of 2 GB/s, the drive is based on a Phison processor, mated with Toshiba 10 nm class MLC NAND flash memory. The half-height add-on card features an integrated heatspreader, with a back-plate. It interfaces with your system over PCIe gen 3.0 x4, and is bootable.
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12 Comments on ZOTAC Shows Off its High-end PCIe SSD

#1
Jizzler
*cross fingers* for large capacity, otherwise I'd rather have a nice and tidy M.2 version.
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#2
neko77025
Yea, I think I will stick with my Samsung 950 pro
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#3
Ferrum Master
I just made an order for 950 Pro too... Let's see how I will make it work in my X79.
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#4
Tsukiyomi91
See how will it fare against Intel's 750 Series PCIe SSD... if there is a head to head bench battle, that is..
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#5
Parn
10nm MLC??

Wondering what the write endurance rating is for those drives.
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#6
julizs
ZOTAC

PCIe Solid-State Drvie

Wow they mangaged to mispell their own product on the heatsink. Trustworthy.
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#7
PP Mguire
Ferrum Master said:
I just made an order for 950 Pro too... Let's see how I will make it work in my X79.
LMK how that works out because I want one too.
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#8
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
julizs said:
ZOTAC

PCIe Solid-State Drvie

Wow they mangaged to mispell their own product on the heatsink. Trustworthy.
That's a nice little easter egg haha
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#9
Hood
julizs said:
ZOTAC

PCIe Solid-State Drvie

Wow they mangaged to mispell their own product on the heatsink. Trustworthy.
?!?!? The engineers spend countless thousands of hours designing and building a new drive, and the marketing boys screw it all up with one misspelled word! It may perform flawlessly, but would anyone trust a company that can't spell and doesn't bother to proof-read their own ad copy?
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#10
Ferrum Master
Well probably who did type it isn't a native speaker...

Seconds... the card is a prototype... so who cares...

But if really the retail card... will have some sort of sticker over there ... I will laugh my arse off :D
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#11
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
Ferrum Master said:
Well probably who did type it isn't a native speaker...

Seconds... the card is a prototype... so who cares...

But if really the retail card... will have some sort of sticker over there ... I will laugh my arse off :D
I would buy it for the sticker.
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#12
xpredator_13
Well, sexy little thing, but that mispelled "Drive", was LOL
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