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CrazyElf

Has anyone reviewed Samsung's Z-NAND SSDs?

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Z-NAND was originally hyped up to be a competitor to 3d XPoint and was said to be close to  3D XPoint in performance, although not as fast, but closer to NAND in pricing. 

 

On paper, the specs look quite impressive.

https://www.samsung.com/semiconductor/global.semi/file/resource/2018/08/Brochure_Samsung_S-ZZD_SZ985_1804.pdf

 

Samsung says up to 750k IOPs in random read speeds and the other statistics are pretty competitive with a NVMe SSD.

 

Are there any reviews or early previews? 

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Maybe, it's tricky to balance though, especially since they're on an AIC form factor where capacity should be able to be higher.

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On 1/24/2019 at 2:23 AM, Brian said:

Maybe, it's tricky to balance though, especially since they're on an AIC form factor where capacity should be able to be higher.



 

I agree with you.

But I think the writen curve of 983ZET is bad(compare with it's opponent) . 

Samsung need more op and more capacity to solve this question.

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Optane is a different media though, Samsung's is their V-NAND. I think the entire industry is waiting to see where Intel gets Optane penetration before deciding where to invest heavily. 

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