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Intel Optane 905P HHHL 960GB

Intel Optane 905P HHHL 960GB
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Intel Optane 905P HHHL 960GB review: specs and price

Intel Optane 905P HHHL 960GB
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Intel Optane 905P HHHL 960GB

Why is Intel Optane 905P HHHL 960GB better than the average?

  • Sequential read speed
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    2600MB/svs970.69MB/s
  • Sequential write speed
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    2200MB/svs612.47MB/s
  • Maximum random write speed
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    550000IOPSvs90016IOPS
  • Random read speed
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    575000IOPSvs102525.61IOPS
  • Sequential write speed
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    1787MB/svs403.8MB/s
  • Internal storage
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    960GBvs419.94GB
  • MTBF
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    1.6million hoursvs1.56million hours
  • 4K random write speed
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    185MB/svs108.93MB/s

Price comparison

General info

1.internal storage

960GB

The internal storage refers to the built-in storage space available in a device for system data, apps, and user-generated data. With a large amount of internal storage, you can save more files and apps on your device.
2.MTBF

1.6million hours

MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) is the manufacturer’s estimation of the average time for a device to fail.
3.bits of encryption supported

256

AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) encryption is a widely used method to secure data. There are three levels of encryption (128, 192 and 256) with 256-bit being the strongest.
4.shock resistance

1000G

It is more resistant to impact and falls.
5.weight

230g

We consider a lower weight better because lighter devices are more comfortable to carry. A lower weight is also an advantage for home appliances, as it makes transportation easier, and for many other types of products.
6.thickness

17.2mm

We consider a thinner chassis better because it makes the product more compact and portable. Thinness is a feature highlighted by many manufacturers of mobile devices, but it is essential for a wide range of products.

Read speed

1.sequential read speed

2600MB/s

The maximum sequential read speed according to the manufacturer. It is one test of how well the drive can read data.
2.random read speed

575000IOPS

The maximum random read speed according to the manufacturer. It is one test of how well the drive can read data.
3.sequential read speed

2016MB/s

This is one test of how well the drive can read data. Source: ssdreview.com.
4.4K random read speed

208MB/s

This is one test of how well the drive can read data. Source: ssdreview.com.

Write speed

1.sequential write speed

2200MB/s

The maximum sequential write speed according to the manufacturer. It is one test of how well the drive can write data.
2.maximum random write speed

550000IOPS

The maximum random write speed according to the manufacturer. It is one test of how well the drive can write data.
3.sequential write speed

1787MB/s

This is one test of how well the drive can write data. Source: ssdreview.com.
4.4K random write speed

185MB/s

This is one test of how well the drive can write data. Source: ssdreview.com.

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