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Intel 750 Series NVMe PCIe SSD/Solid State Drive 400GB SSDPEDMW400G4R5 / X1

400GB Intel 750 Series AIC SSD, HHHL PCIe 3.0 (x4), NVMe, 20nm MLC NAND, 2200MB/s Read, 900MB/s Write, 430k/230k IOPS

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Product Overview The Intel SSD 750 Series is Intel's first PCIe* Gen3 x4 SSD developed for the client enthusiast and workstation markets. The Intel SSD 750 Series is architectured with the new high performance controller interface - Non-Volatile Memory Express* (NVMe') - delivering outstanding performance, low latency and Quality of Service. NVMe is a standardized interface that enables higher performance and lower latency than previous generations. The Intel SSD 750 Series offers capacities of 400GB, 800GB and 1.2TB in Add-ln card and 2.5-inch (U.2 connector) form factors.

The Intel SSD 750 Series is Intel's highest performing client drive specifically designed for the PC enthusiast and Workstation systems with demanding storage workstation requirements. Wth PCIe Gen3 x4 support and NVMe queuing interface, the Intel SSD 750 Series delivers excellent sequential read performance of up to 2.4 GB/s and sequential write speeds of up to 1.2 GB/s. The Intel SSD 750 Series delivers random read IOPS of up to 440K and random write IOPS of up to 290K for 4KB operations. Also, by taking advantage of the direct path from the storage to the CPU by means of NVMe, the Intel SSD 750 Series exhibits low latency of less than 20 ps for sequential access to the SSD.

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Features Intel SSD 750 Series includes these key features:
• PCIe Gen3 x4 with NVMe interface
• Consistently Higher IOPS and throughput
• Sustained low latency
• Enhanced power-loss data protection

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400GB Intel 750 Series AIC SSD, HHHL PCIe 3.0 (x4), NVMe, 20nm MLC NAND, 2200MB/s Read, 900MB/s Write, 430k/230k IOPS is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 11.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Intel 400gb SSD supplied by Scan Very pleased with everything regarding this purchase. Delivery was prompt; product was securely packaged and installation straight forward.
Date published: 2017-02-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Huge performance boost - worth every penny OK I got it pre Brexit prices at £229! A real bargain for the performance. Its my main OS (Win 10 ) and working ( photo editing) disk. Note my image files are 160MB each! So pretty crucifying to any box. Try manipulating let alone downloading 1100 images after a long days shoot. Truly phenomenal speed, down loading files, booting Windows 10 in sub 5secs etc. As I could only afford the 400GB version, as soon as my photo editing is done on a job , I back off to 2x Samsung 850 EVO 500s as a kinda temporary storage zone, before archiving to 4TB HGST NAS 7,200 spinners. So in the same box I can see, the performance difference! When I got my first Samsung 850 EVO that was a revalation, but this is a different world. Note.... I did go on Intels site and upgraded the 750s firmware (as instucted by a smart techy at Intel) and I also downloaded Intels latest drive, that delivered a huge speed increase, not benchmarked no need one could see it ! IMO this is essential to get it performing to its best ability. NB for novices like me its essential to check your MB Bios does properly support PCIe NVMe SSDs. If you want it to boot Windows especially! With Win 10 it was pretty much ABC. I have heard its not so nice with Win7. But no experience myself. My only regret is the 800GB version is slower than the 400 or 1.2TB. Ideally Imwould have liked 800GB as a main disk. But then by off loading to cheaper GB/£ 850s I might have saved a lot and improved resilience. I was going to go the Samsung 950 Pro route, as a main OS systems disc, but when I saw how hot it got I thought no thanks! 110C in six seconds! IMO thats too hot for electronics! One caveat - my workstation is Xeon based with 40 PCIe lanes, and has 32 GB Ram. Whether this really helps performance, I am just a novice so cant comment. Summary: Awesome performance, super build quality! Does more than you could dream possible. Buy one!
Date published: 2016-08-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very fast SSD A very fast SSD, destroys a standard SSD on benchmarks just make sure you put it into the correct PCI-E slot, otherwise the speed will be on par with a standard SSD.
Date published: 2016-05-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from As good as I'd hoped First off, I have to say thanks for the help in deciding whether to get this product - top notch. The buying process was slick, too. I play an electronic drum trigger kit with sampled acoustic drums. Lots of them (~60 kits). It had got to the point where loading up was taking over fifteen minutes and I was starting to count how much time I was losing just... waiting... This was with a very fast Seagate SATA drive. Unfortunately, I've only got PCIe 2.0 slots, so I do not get the best out of this drive - it can go faster than my motherboard. But it has meant my load time is down to nearer five minutes, which I almost don't notice. Installation itself was trivial (open case, insert, close case), the driver install and update went without a hitch. Copying the data across was also smooth.
Date published: 2016-05-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really fast and of usual Intel Quality Over 2Gbyte/sec and works fine with my X79 board as a boot device once UEFI Enabled and CSM disabled.
Date published: 2016-03-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Performance Purchased this to use in a VMware vSphere lab using the Lenovo TS140 tower server. Great performance boost over using my NAS and iSCSI.
Date published: 2016-02-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Incredibly fast drive, if you have a bit of spare cash. This drive is fantastic, would recommend it to anyone.
Date published: 2016-02-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does exactly what is says on the box. I installed the Intel 750 PCIe SSD in a Fujitsu file server that we use to run our small home-based business. The mechanical side of the installation was quick and effortless, with the card slotting easily into a vacant PCIe slot. We had to download a driver from the Intel site for the SSD to be recognised by the OS (Windows 2012 Standard), but once installed it worked immediately, so we could set about partitioning and formatting the volumes. Read and write speed was even better than clamed. This has significantly improved speed across the network whilst backups and our Sage accounts system run much more quickly and responsively. The 750 SSD card would also fit into a low profile machine, (something I may try with our desktops when the prices drop a little), but the card is quite long so make sure you have sufficient space to fit it before buying.
Date published: 2016-01-06
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Questions & Answers

Will this work with the Asus P8Z77 WS motherboard?

As either a primary or secondary drive? Thanks!
Asked by: AndrewColt
This was never intended to run on Z77 chipset, just the X99 and to a limited extent the X79 platform. Doing a quick google finds people who have managed it but whether or not you want that kind of trouble is another matter.
Answered by: Xistince
Date published: 2016-07-30
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Intel 750 Series NVMe PCIe SSD/Solid State Drive 400GB SSDPEDMW400G4R5 / X1
Intel 750 Series NVMe PCIe SSD/Solid State Drive 400GB SSDPEDMW400G4R5 / X1