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We are announcing the latest addition to our PC enthusiast databases, the new TechPowerUp SSD Specs Database. Modeled along the lines of our immensely popular GPU Database, CPU Database, and hardware Reviews Database, the new SSD Specs Database, curated by Gabriel Ferraz, aims to be a definitive repository of information on solid-state drive (SSD) hardware specs, for all to freely access. Here, you'll find a growing collection of client SSD hardware specs across all relevant form-factors and information. The database also helps you identify multiple hardware revisions of the same SSD model, so you're aware of any bait-and-switch incidents, or vague specs by manufacturers.

The TechPowerUp SSD Specs Database has individual info pages on each capacity variant of an SSD model; besides any hardware variants it may have. You can have quick, actionable information on specs such as controller, NAND flash, DRAM cache, advanced NAND flash specs, interface, protocol, controller hardware specs, and known performance numbers from our testing. We are constantly adding new drives to this database, and you can help us grow, not just by suggesting improvements to the database itself, but for additions to the database, please reach out to the curator on the main page. But for now, enjoy what we've built for you!

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Loved it.

I hope you guys enjoy our new project, thanks again @W1zzard for having all the patience to helping me out solving some details we had to fix along the way but it was an amazing opportunity to work with you guys.
Now let's focus ahead of us and make this DB even bigger :D
 
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will become even better as more entries are added
 

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So, SSD-Z? =)
can't say for sure but i don't think we're bringing it back, since we already have more software tools for each controller manufacturers. Sure, some we don't like SK Hynix, Samsung, but for the most we do which is enough already
 
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Loved it.

I hope you guys enjoy our new project, thanks again @W1zzard for having all the patience to helping me out solving some details we had to fix along the way but it was an amazing opportunity to work with you guys.
Now let's focus ahead of us and make this DB even bigger :D
Thank you for your hard work.
Are you interested in receiving DB additions in this thread?
 

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So, how will the database display different component configurations for the same drive model, say ADATA XPG SX8200
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Just bear in mind that these are the VLO i could find, there are probably more out there, so we'll need help from whoever is interested in helping to map it out
 

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idk how you will fill this giant database, but maybe it could be interesting to release a tool (ahem ssd Z) everyone can launch and it will compare our ssd to the database and send you the missing data, 2/4 of my current ssd aren't showing in the db lol
 
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idk how you will fill this giant database, but maybe it could be interesting to release a tool (ahem ssd Z) everyone can launch and it will compare our ssd to the database and send you the missing data, 2/4 of my current ssd aren't showing in the db lol
I think this is a fair suggestion, it will be time-consuming to fill the database manually. However I wonder if the time it would take to create such a program outweighs its benefit. For example, it would have to accurately identify most NAND to really be useful. Idk how hard that is to implement.
 

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idk how you will fill this giant database, but maybe it could be interesting to release a tool (ahem ssd Z) everyone can launch and it will compare our ssd to the database and send you the missing data, 2/4 of my current ssd aren't showing in the db lol
I understand but that tool unfortunately is ancient and even when it was active AFAIK wasn't reporting data precisely

Here you can use many tools for different controllers to find information.

I think this is a fair suggestion, it will be time-consuming to fill the database manually. However I wonder if the time it would take to create such a program outweighs its benefit. For example, it would have to accurately identify most NAND to really be useful. Idk how hard that is to implement.
Check the link above, there some scripts online to do that, and it's possible through NVMe-CLI
 
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Noice, but can I make a feature request? would be nice to have a random 4k QD1 r/w, w/block size filter also.
 
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Noice, but can I make a feature request? would be nice to half a random 4k QD1 r/w filter also.
The issue is that many website uses different test platform, so it won't be fair to use SSD X results vs SSD Z results from a different test system
Not only that but very few manufacturers share these numbers
We could try to add the results from our benchs but would be literally a few hundreds at the most, and the SSD DB has 1200 SSDs
 
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Fair comment.

My issue with IOPS are -
  • CystalDiskMark displays 4k QD1 by default for random r/w's and thats a metric that I and I assume others have relied and tested with for years.
  • Are the IOPS figures TPU (and the industry in general) are using ALWAYS based on the 4K block size? otherwise the IOPS figures are meaningless.
 
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A tiny bit of self promotion won't hurt anyone.
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I also fixed the capitalisation here, it's "Techpowerup" in the database.
 

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I hope some ones watching out for those pesky manufactures who make bad change's to them too, or even added to the item that changed so it puts a red flag on it of sorts.


Nice to see some thing new here.
 

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Fair comment.

My issue with IOPS are -
  • CystalDiskMark displays 4k QD1 by default for random r/w's and thats a metric that I and I assume others have relied and tested with for years.
  • Are the IOPS figures TPU (and the industry in general) are using ALWAYS based on the 4K block size? otherwise the IOPS figures are meaningless.
Yes but different test systems affect performance. OS build ans version as well. Without the same metric 2 results from 2 diferents platforms are almost useless

A tiny bit of self promotion won't hurt anyone.
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I also fixed the capitalisation here, it's "Techpowerup" in the database.
Hahaha i understand, and yes i also review SSDs but in my YouTube Channel in Brazil, i started a GOOGLE SHEETs database in 2019 then i met Wizzard in 2021 and started this project.

I hope some ones watching out for those pesky manufactures who make bad change's to them too, or even added to the item that changed so it puts a red flag on it of sorts.


Nice to see some thing new here.
Oh i live and breath SSDs ahhaah, all jokes aside, i'm always looking for it since i not only do the DB but also review SSDs
 
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