Intel may be selling its NAND division to storage rival SK Hynix, but the company will nonetheless introduce a newer, faster M.2 670P SSD, along with an updated Optane Memory drive.

Intel is introducing a 670P SSD drive that’s a sequel to its popular, low-priced 660P SSD. Like its predecessor, the 670P will be based on commodity QLC NAND using a new 144 layer design.

The new 670P will feature a next-gen controller and support for Pyrite 2.0 encryption, and is rated for 150 terabytes written per day for every 512GB of capacity. Intel said performance will improve thanks to better dynamic SLC cache, as well.

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Intel may be selling its NAND division to storage rival SK Hynix, but the company will nonetheless introduce a newer, faster M.2 670P SSD, along with an updated Optane Memory drive.Intel is introducing a 670P SSD drive that’s a sequel to its popular, low-priced 660P SSD. Like its predecessor, the 670P will be based on commodity QLC NAND using a new 144 layer design.The new 670P will feature a next-gen controller and support for Pyrite 2.0 encryption, and is rated for 150 terabytes written per day for every 512GB of capacity. Intel said performance will improve thanks to better dynamic SLC cache, as well.To read this article in full, please click hereRead MorePCWorld

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