Intel Optane 905P 380GB M.2 Teased is the Optane You Wanted

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    Wondering if these would work in a HP Z Turbo Quad Pro and if heat could become a problem.
     
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    I snapped pics today. Intel had a demo in their suite today with ASRock and ASUS PCIe x16 boards with 4x m.2 for VROC using Optane 905P m.2.

    Intel Optane 905P M.2 Front Heatsink.jpg Intel Optane 905P M.2 Back Heatsink.jpg
     
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    So they were using the AIC adapters that have extra power and cooling? I have the asrock one and it has a 6-pin 12V for supplemental power* and heatspreader+fan, the asus is similar.

    I just don't see how they can deliver the same performance as the U.2/PCIe cards in a tiny naked m.2 card given the heatsink and power requirements so far even on 280GB models, around 10-15W.

    *This is also odd considering any compliant x16 PCIe slot should deliver minimum 25W and often up to 75W but maybe they don't want just m.2 slot #1 to control power mode signaling? Both vendors must have done it for a reason.
     
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