Toshiba reveals their XG 5 series of M.2 NVMe SSDs

Toshiba reveals their XG 5 series of M.2 NVMe SSDs

Toshiba reveals their XG 5 series  of M.2 NVMe SSDs

Toshiba reveals their XG 5 series of M.2 NVMe SSDs

 
Toshiba has revealed their new XG 5 series of M.2 NVMe SSDs, using the company's new 64-layer 3D TLC NAND to offer premium performance levels.
 
This new SSD will come with capacities of 256GB, 512GB and 1TB and offer sequential speeds of up to 3,000 MB/s read and 2,100 MB/s write, making this Toshiba's fastest consumer M.2 SSD to date. Using this SSD's SLC-Cache feature, the drive will treat a portion of this SSD as 1 bit per cell SLC NAND and use this portion of this SSD for new writes to then move this data into TLC NAND for future use. 
 
Using this SSD's SLC-Cache feature, the drive will treat a portion of this SSD as 1 bit per cell SLC NAND and use this portion of this SSD for new writes to then move this data into TLC NAND for future use. 
 

  

Toshiba reveals their XG 5 series  of M.2 NVMe SSDs

 

Toshiba has not announced the pricing of this new SSD series, though it is set to be released to the public in the first half of June.

 

You can join the discussion on Toshiba's XG 5 series of M.2 NVMe SSDs on the OC3D Forums.

   

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29-05-2017, 17:17:53

NeverBackDown
I hope it comes in at a good price. Pretty impressive performance from it. If they price it low enough it might just convince people to not want to spend more for a Samsung drive.Quote

29-05-2017, 18:43:17

Chrazey
For someone who absolutely loves black and blue themed builds, this will just fit perfectly. Especially since that blue on the drive is a very nice and solid blue

WYP though, not to be on your backside or anything, but how come you sometimes write s small extra section, which is identical to the bottom part, of the often bigger upper section in the article?... Such as this:

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"Using this SSD's SLC-Cache feature, the drive will treat a portion of this SSD as 1 bit per cell SLC NAND and use this portion of this SSD for new writes to then move this data into TLC NAND for future use."
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