Intel D3-S4510 240GB to 3.84TB SATA SSDs for Value Segments

Discussion in 'STH Main Site Posts' started by Cliff Robinson, Aug 7, 2018.

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  2. Evan

    Evan Well-Known Member

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    Intel must see some value in SATA or else they would not keep adding more channels to their chipsets and boards. It’s low power for sure.
    Right that PCIe/NVMe will take over I am sure but I don’t see sata going away just yet for cheap bulk storage. SAS is certianly not the answer as it ends up higher power often at not much performance improvement for bull storage.
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