Optane memory from Intel set to impress in responsiveness for PCs
When Intel unveiled its Optane memory solution this week, it seemed like an ideal performance pick-me-up for low-end rigs. Its goal is to cache all of your important bits so as to make the PC more responsive, and quicker in general. The fact that Intel itself promotes the current Optane solution at those using mechanical hard drives is additional
Wed 29 Mar 17 from TechXplore
Intel's new Optane memory promises to help speed up traditional hard drives to near SSD speeds, but it won't be compatible with lower-end Kaby Lake processors. According to the official ...
Fri 31 Mar 17 from Techspot
When Intel unveiled its Optane memory solution this week, it seemed like an ideal performance pick-me-up for low-end rigs. Its goal is to cache all of your important bits so as to make the ...
Fri 31 Mar 17 from HotHardware
Following the release of their first Optane-based data center SSD, Intel has now announced a consumer friendly followup to their next generation storage solution.
Tue 28 Mar 17 from Techspot
Intel's new Optane cache drives, based on its 3DXPoint memory technology, are finally up for pre-order. Performance gains from adding a cache drive are impressive, and the drives themselves ...
Mon 27 Mar 17 from Extremetech
Intel's Optane memory module promises to accelerate apps, start-up processes.
Mon 27 Mar 17 from USA today
It didn't take long for Intel's 3D Optane storage to reach a product you can realistically buy. The chip maker has introduced Optane modules designed to boost the performance ...
Mon 27 Mar 17 from Engadget
For a decade now, one of the biggest factors in choosing a computer has been the choice between traditional hard drive and solid state drive. The former is cheap, bulky, and slow. The latter ...
Mon 27 Mar 17 from Gizmodo
Early this last week, Intel revealed its Optane SSD DC P4800X featuring 3D Xpoint memory technology. The Optane SSD DC P4800X is an enterprise-class product, targeted at data centers and mission-critical ...
Mon 27 Mar 17 from HotHardware
Drives require "Optane Memory ready" systems with brand-new CPUs and chipsets.
Mon 27 Mar 17 from Arstechnica