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Stefan Mileschin 13th May 2014 08:18

Kingston M.2 Sata SSD: a quick look at engineering sample
 
Intelís 9-series chipset has launched and one of the most interesting features that it delivers is native support for M.2 SSDs. Devices using the M.2 (formerly NGFF) connector can differ in their connection to the chipset. Two common approaches used today are the M.2 PCIe variant, which uses PCIe connections, and M.2 SATA, which operates via a SATA controller commonly found on 2.5″ SSDs. We managed to bag an early engineering sample of an upcoming Kingston drive that uses the M.2 SATA approach. Letís take a look at what it has to offer.

http://www.kitguru.net/components/ss...eering-sample/


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