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Pricing and AvailabilityThe 32GB Intel Optane M.2 module I tested today can be yours for £74.32 or $77.99 while the smaller 16GB module will set you back £43.30 or $45.37.OverviewCombining two types of storage to increase the performance is in no way a ne...
Severe performance improvement for large HDD users, Low access times, Improved productivity, Durable,
Not as useful for SSD owners as it is for HDD users, “Intel’s Optane Module can inject a performance to your large capacity drive which you hadn’t dreamed of.”, Intel Optane 32GB M.2 Memory Module Review, We would like to thank, Intel, for providing us w...
The major fly in the ointment with the Optane Memory module is the official restrictions it currently comes with, which will be a limiting factor on its use. It only supports Kaby Lake processors and then only Core i7, i5 and i3 parts. There's no current...
Very fast read performance, Adds massive performance improvements to a standard hard disk
CPU and chipset restrictions, Write performance as a stand-alone drive is disappointing
Optane Memory is a complicated topic with a simple execution. If you follow the supported configurations to build an Optane Memory enabled system it will reward you with a fast storage volume that has the capacity of a spinning disk. £75.00 Suggest...