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PCI-Express SSDs are still quite expensive, but they also perform significantly better than SATA600 SSDs. A few years ago the additional price you paid for a high-end SSD barely gave you better performance due to the SATA600-bottleneck, but now the differ...
For workstation users, the Intel SSD 750 series is a perfect mix of performance, cost and features. This is a true enterprise part that is targeted at workstation users, but it's affordable enough for power users and enthusiasts. The 800GB model fills t...
The SSD 750 800GB offers high performance and largecapacity storage that you can't get in another NVMebased product (other than the 1.2TB model). This is the drive that we asked for from the start of this series, and it delivers just about everywhere....
It's difficult to attack Intel on the price, since this drive is so advanced and requires so many components. It does sell for $1 per gigabyte, and that can be hard to swallow for some.
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Intel SSD 750 – Performance When looking at the performance of a drive such as the Intel SSD 750, it's worth considering the overall landscape of mass-storage performance. First, if you're upgrading from a hard drive, any modern SSD will be a huge improve...
Astonishing performance, Uses the future connection standard for SSDs, Can still be booted to and used as main drive
Expensive, Limited compatibility with current hardware, Not a straighforward swap for existing drives
When Intel started to tease this drive a while ago, they did it with the promise to change the way we look at storage in our systems. There is no doubt that they succeeded with this and their SSD 750 Series is darn impressive. The drive easily performed...
Fastest consumer drive, Good endurance rating, Large capacity, NVMe technology designed for NAND and PCIe 3.0 x4 connectivity, Price performance ratio, Cons, Requires NVMe Compatibility and PCIe 3.0 x4 connectivity, “You have a hard time finding a faster...
Intel SSD 750 PCIe 1.2TB NVMe Solid State Drive Review
It's clear that NVMe is the way forward as far as SSDs are concerned, at least until the restrictions on SATA are resolved or lifted some how. The performance displayed over the last few pages shows just how much an advantage this protocol has over its SA...
The kick that the stagnant SSD market has needed for some time. The 750 Series SSD from Intel will significantly enhance your system and offers industry leading performance. One of the very few products to ever win our Diamond Award.Available from Scan....
Lightning quick, Delivers real, world performance boosts, Easy to set up, Huge capacity
Incredibly expensive, Non, standard connection for the 2.5, inch version
The Intel 750 Series is easily the quickest solid state drive we've ever reviewed, and is likely the quickest ever built, period. Its performance is an incredible leap forward and, more importantly, its use of the new NVMe standard means the drive is ful...
Easy to install, PCI card looks slick, Incredible performance, Proves NVMe has potential
PCIe card is large, 2.5-inch drive requires uncommon connection
Intel is championing the next generation of solid-state drives by promoting the NVMe transfer protocol on both add-in card and 2.5in drives.Harnessing the benefits of the increased potential by riding on the PCIe bus with a direct connection to the pr...
Excellent performance, Five-year warranty, NVMe works well, Fast in all scenarios
The Intel SSD 750 Series drive is a particularly high performance solution that brings an ultra-fast PCIe connection and the NVMe specification to consumer markets.Intel's focus on read performance indicates their consumer target audience. Sequential read...
Ultrafast sequential speeds, especially for reads, Very high 4K random performance, especially for reads, Support for boot with X99 and Z97 motherboards, High endurance rating and 5 year warranty, Can be considered competitivelypriced, given the performan...
Some other drives offer higher write performance in certain workloads, Give enthusiasts a capacity between 400GB and 1.2TB, as well as a black PCB/backplate.