today announced a new SATA 3.0 SSD aimed at notebook users called the PM830 SSD. Sampling of the 512GB version of the
SSD started in May and Samsung expects the new SSD to replace the its 3Gb/s
interface SSDs by the end of the year.
“Samsung’s new line up of advanced SSDs will raise the performance bar to the
next level for ultra-slim notebooks and tablets and accelerate growth of the
market for high-performance SSDs,” said Wanhoon Hong, executive vice president,
memory sales & marketing, Device Solutions, Samsung Electronics. “The
industry is expected to quickly embrace SATA 6Gb/s-based SSDs, which also will
help increase market interest in 256GB and higher densities significantly.”
use 20nm class 32GB MLC NAND memory chips that feature a toggle DDR interface
and Samsung’s own proprietary NAND controller. As a result, Samsung promises
500MB/s sequential read and up to 350MB/s sequential write speeds.
The SSD features
AES 256-bit encryption to protect data, and will also be offered in 128GB and
quote: All SSD's have insane random times though
quote: The 25nm Intel SSD 320 came in right under the SSD 510 with an average response time of 0.101ms. This was much slower (relatively speaking) than the 160GB X25-M which measured 0.059ms. Max latency on the newer SSD 320 was the best of the entire bunch, coming in with a peak response time of 26.8ms , whereas the X25-M before it spiked upwards of 284ms .