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Tuesday, June 27, 2017
New Intel SSD 545s Packs 64-layer 3D TLC Flash


Intel's latest SSD is the 545s, a mainstream SATA drive that uses a Silicon Motion controller and IMFT's 64-layer 3D TLC flash.

Launching exclusively at Newegg, the drive is using the new SM2259 Silicon Motion controller, which works with the 256-Gbit IMFT flash chips to produce up to 550 MB/s in sequential reads and 500 MB/s in sequential writes. Random performance stands at 75,000 IOPS for reads and 90,000 IOPS for writes.

The SSD 545s is backed by a five-year warranty. The only drive available right now is the 512 GB model, but smaller and up to 2 TB vrsions will be also out soon. You can pick up Intel's SSD 545s right now at Newegg for $180.

Specifications:

  • NAND: 64-Layer, TLC, Intel 3D NAND
  • Interface: SATA
  • Form factor: 2.5” and M.2
  • Capacity: 128GB to 2TB
  • Data Protection: Hardware End to End
  • Performance
    • Sequential Read/Write: 550/500MB/s
    • Random Read/Write: 75K/90K IOPS
    • Sustained sequential Read/Write: 500/475MB/s
  • Endurance: 288TBW (512GB)
  • Power
    • Active average: 4.5W
    • Typical idle: <50mW
    • Sleep: <2.5mW


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