The results are good. The 910 isn’t as fast as some OCZ PCIe SSDs but it performs reasonably well and it costs under 5 dollars per GB. Furthermore, Intel claims the drive can sustain 14 petabyte of writes before exausisting its NAND flash memories. A value that matters to enterprise customers.
The solution isn’t a good fit for hardware enthusiast like the RevoDrive, its price – over $3,000 for a 800GB version – explains that very well. Intel aimed to business customers since the beginning of its adventure in the SSD market, the SSD 910 is a solid and affordable (for businesses) integration to its lineup. Well done.
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