#Optane039s #Final #Voyage #Intel #Quietly #Launches #P5810X #SSDs

Intel has quietly begun shipping its Optane SSD DC P5810X drives, which could be its last storage device based on the 3D XPoint memory. The new SSDs offer extremely high performance and ultimate durability at 100 drive writes per day (DWPD). Still, they are hardly different from the original Optane SSD DC P5800X-series products. So, what would you expect from the deceased Optane division?

Intel’s Optane SSD DC P5810X series currently includes 400GB and 800GB models that come in a 2.5-inch U.2 form factor with a PCIe 4.0 x4 interface. The drives sport performance figures up to 7200 MBps sequential read speed as well as up to 5400 MBps (800GB SKU) or 6000 MBps (400GB SKU) sequential write speed (such speeds make these drives one of the best SSDs today). As for random read/write performance, the drives are capable of up to 1.5M/1.38M IOPS at a five µs read/write latency.

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