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Intel Announced Optane Memory H10

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Optane has brought about new levels of performance and very low latency. The biggest drawback is the low capacity. Another recently launched technology of Intel’s is QLC 3D NAND. QLC brings more capacity at a lower price but sacrifices some performance for the trade off. Both technologies seem to be lacking exactly where the other is strongest, so Intel combined them, bringing performance and capacity. 

 

 

 

Intel Announced Optane Memory H10

 

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It may be the solution to protect the NAND, like the hybrid drives of years past. For more end users, this should be a very good drive that's not terribly expensive.

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ok but i`m interested in other.... the old optane u can pair with one of your HDD (even not system hdd, but secondary) and the new one how will work ? 

new optane memory(nand)  u can use as OS (system)  and the optane  memory pair with other hdd ??

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They'd be seen as two separate drives if I follow what you're saying. I don't think the HDD acceleration market is ever really going to take off. 

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