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Solidigm Introduces the P44 Pro - the World's Premier Enthusiast Solid-State Drive (SSD)

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Solidigm has introduced the P44 Pro solid-state storage drive (SSD), a high-performance client SSD for today's most demanding workloads. With blazing-fast speed and excellent power efficiency, the P44 Pro is the world's premier SSD for enthusiasts. The P44 Pro delivers spectacular PCIe Generation 4.0 performance, with up to 7,000 MB/s sequential read speeds. It provides a superb combination of speed and efficiency in Solidigm testing, meeting or exceeding published performance specifications while drawing just 5.3 W. The P44 Pro is available in 512 GB, 1 TB, and 2 TB capacities.

"Our flagship client SSD, the P44 Pro, is built with our cutting-edge NAND technology. Combined with our powerful software, it delivers the high performance users require in demanding applications. The P44 Pro is the most powerful client SSD Solidigm has launched to date and the premier enthusiast SSD on the market," said Sanjay Talreja, General Manager, Client Storage Group. "This drive delivers quick launch and load, and the fast save desired by gaming enthusiasts and content creators. With excellent power efficiency, the P44 Pro minimizes throttling that can come from excessive power and heat - resulting in consistent peak performance."



[Editor's note: Our in-depth review of the Solidigm Introduces the P44 Pro is now live]



Solidigm Synergy software works with the P44 Pro to optimize performance and "close the gap" between the host and storage device. The software enables users to view drive health reports and trigger useful manual functions. The software is free and available to download at https://www.solidigm.com/us/en/products/client/synergy.html

"MAINGEAR's award-winning gaming desktops depend on fast storage to offer the best performance possible," said Wallace Santos, MAINGEAR CEO and Founder. "Solidigm has taken that performance to the next level with the launch of the P44 Pro. Boasting the incredible speed and reliability required to deliver an amazing gaming experience, Solidigm SSDs are the first choice for our pre-configured desktops. MAINGEAR is proud to partner with a company with a proven track record in engineering world-class storage solutions, and we are excited to offer Solidigm SSDs across all of our products."

Key Benefits

  • Built for gaming on modern PCs
    • Launch, load, and get to the next level more quickly
  • Ideal for content creation on modern workstations
    • Quickly import assets, convert file types, launch design tools, and export projects
  • Designed for power and thermal efficiency
    • Optimized for power savings and thermal efficiency, delivering consistent performance with minimal throttling to game harder and longer without concerns about performance loss due to excessive power and heat
  • Enhanced endurance and reliability
    • High durability allows users to write more data and read it back with fewer errors over the life of the SSD, so users can write hundreds of GB to the drive every day over a five-year warranty period, enabling the P44 Pro to provide consistent high performance for the life of the drive
  • Compatible with Sony PS5
    • The P44 Pro meets or exceeds Sony's published specifications for the PS5
The P44 Pro will go on sale in late October with retail pricing as follows:
  • 512 GB: $79.99
  • 1 TB (1024 GB): $129.99
  • 2 TB (2048 GB): $234.99

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I hope they'll be available in Europe. Hynix P31 Gold was listed on Amazon.de but stated "Item cannot be delivered to your adress (CZ)". P41 Platinum is available on Amazon.com but not on Amazon.de.
 
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I hope they'll be available in Europe. Hynix P31 Gold was listed on Amazon.de but stated "Item cannot be delivered to your adress (CZ)". P41 Platinum is available on Amazon.com but not on Amazon.de.
This is not a Hynix drive, this is from Solidigm, a different company.
Solidigm SSDs are available in Europe.
This is the previous model.
 

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Did you read the review? It appears that your assumption is wrong based on it.
yep, just read the review and if it's a "garbage" then it's a top dog "garbage" that rank up among the best NVMe SSD available... just the price is a little ... off putting but the performances make it worth it for those who can afford it ...

i go to my corner and cry over my 1tb NVMe SSD wishlist ... i have a XPG Gamix S11 Pro 512gb to replace :laugh:
 

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I got a stack of dead sk hynix branded drives that disagree with you
pure garbage highest failure rates I have ever seen out of a ssd are 256gb hynix drives
 
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I got a stack of dead sk hynix branded drives that disagree with you
pure garbage highest failure rates I have ever seen out of a ssd are 256gb hynix drives
Again, this is Soldigm, not Hynix.
That said, yes, it's all Hynix branded chips on the drive now, rather than Intel as it was up until this point.
 
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Again, this is Soldigm, not Hynix.
That said, yes, it's all Hynix branded chips on the drive now, rather than Intel as it was up until this point.
and Intel SSD were quite reliable as far as i have seen until today ... i doubt Hynix acquisition will change that ...( if the chips are still the same but with Hynix branding )
 
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Given most SK SSDs shipped with a 5-year warranty, seems foolish to be sitting on a 'stack' of dead drives that you should be doing an RMA on, no?
well ... i could understand him ... i had a stack of Razer product dead as doornails ... i did some RMA but what can you do when your are on a RMA from a previous RMA of a RMA ...
(yeah i know ... that is quite the apple to banana comparison i do here... but the user experience leading to the behaviour against the brand is the same. )
that being said ... Razer is still not bought by another brand... so... still garbage imoho (in my own honest opinion)

for instance i saw some good brand turning garbage after acquisition ... i.e.: Saitek when acquired by Madcatz (luckily Logitech took Saitek products from Madcatz paws ... and between my previous Saitek/Madcatz Rhino X56 and the Saitek/Logitech Rhino X56 it's almost night and day, lets say that it's almost back to the original Saitek Rhino X56 )
 
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Given most SK SSDs shipped with a 5-year warranty, seems foolish to be sitting on a 'stack' of dead drives that you should be doing an RMA on, no?
why they are customer pulls from OEM machines they are worth 20 dollars it would cost me more in time and shipping to rma them
 
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This is the one I bought (it's still PCIe Gen 4 and a little pricey, but its Read/Write speed is good)

WD_BLACK SN850X NVMe M.2 2280 4TB​

Max Sequential ReadUp to 7300 MBps
Max Sequential WriteUp to 6600 MBps
 
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I got a stack of dead sk hynix branded drives that disagree with you
pure garbage highest failure rates I have ever seen out of a ssd are 256gb hynix drives
Thank goodness we have ancedotes like yours to guide our every purchase rather than reviews, stats and figures.

why they are customer pulls from OEM machines they are worth 20 dollars it would cost me more in time and shipping to rma them
So cheapo ramless oem drives and you are wondering why they are garbage?
 

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Thank goodness we have ancedotes like yours to guide our every purchase rather than reviews, stats and figures.


So cheapo ramless oem drives and you are wondering why they are garbage?
sk hynix branded drives
 
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doesn't matter in a market this saturated I have lots of room to brand garbage ... well garbage
the sliding scale is quite long
and its a pattern every 256GB SK hynix drive I have pulled out of a oem has died early and the same way to many bad cells
 
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