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m.2 / PCIE SSD

Postby schoissi » Sat Oct 15, 2016 4:34 am

pros and cons?

data rates are incredible, compared to single ssd's and even ssd arrays.

does anyone have experience with it?

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Re: m.2 / PCIE SSD

Postby Daniel Kaminski » Wed Oct 19, 2016 8:58 am

m.2 and PCIE SSDs work great.
Benefit is the performance which can reach up to the speed of 4 PCIe Lanes.

Downside is the missing reduandancy and a lot of time it is hard to use them as boot devices.

m.2 compared to single SSD it is always the way I would go.

SSD Raids can get faster than PCIe SSDs and m.2 when you build a system with 8 or more regular SSDs.
m.2 and PCIe SSDs are also limited in size.

With a good 8x or 16x SSD Controller you can easily get 6 or 7 TB of Storage.

I have worked with systems using PCIe SSDs (Intel), m.2 (Samsung) and SSD Raids (PB Servers).

Hope that helps.

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